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Humanistic Therapy focuses on the value, dignity, and worth on each person. It is client based and its goal is to have the client recognize their own strength and gain confidence. This uses unconditional positive regard as the patient realizes their self worth.
systematic desensitization desensitize irrational fears by gradually confronting what it is that makes one anxious. type of behavior therapy.
flooding an "all at once" approach to desensitize one's fears by confronting what makes one anxious. type of behavior therapy
modeling teaching one to behave a certain way by having that client watch someone else. Form of behavior therapy
adversive conditioning making certain behaviors unpleasant so that one will learn to avoid it. Form of behavior therapy.
cognitive therapy focus on changing the way people think, therapists believe that irrational or faulty thoughts and beliefs distort our behaviors, attitudes, and emotions.
Rational emotive therapy aimed at changing unrealistic assumptions about oneself and about other people.
Biological treatment methods such as medications, electroshock, and surgery to help clients.
Drug therapy biological therapy that uses medication. Most common form of therapy.
electroshock therapy electric shock is sent through the brain to try to reduce symptoms of mental disturbance
psychosurgery surgery that destroys part of the brain: pre-frontal lobotomy
Created by: emulligan