Psychotherapy Matrix

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Appendix C

Psychotherapy Matrix

Directions: Review Module 36 of Psychology and Your Life. Select three approaches to summarize. Include examples of the types of psychological disorders appropriate for each therapy.

|Psychodynamic |Behavioral |Cognitive | |Summary of |Psychotherapy therapy is treatment in which professions |Behavioral treatment approaches that build on the |Cognitive treatment approaches are a type of psychotherapy| |Approach |such as a psychologist, counseling psychologist, |assumption that abnormal and normal behaviors are learned |which attempts to change thinking and behavior to a more | | |psychiatrist, licensed professional counselor, |and that the maladaptive behaviors can be unlearned. The |adaptive, less dysfunctional way. | | |psychoanalysts, or a clinical psychiatrist provides |concept is to no problem, but the maladaptive behavior. If| | | |individual or group approaches to therapy. |one can unlearn the abnormal behavior then one can change |Cognitive-behavioral approach is a treatment which | | | |the behavior. |involves approaches to change the way people think. The | | |Psychoanalysis is a form of psychotherapy used by | |concept is to teach an individual change thought patterns | | |qualified psychotherapists to treat patients. This |Classical conditioning treatment is a process of |and dysfunctional behavior with new approaches to thinking| | |approach is the most intensive form of an approach to |behavior modification used to change and undesired |and behaving. | | |treatment. Freud’s concept of this approach was to bring |behavior. | | | |conflict from the unconscious to the conscious mind in | |Rational-Emotive Behavior Therapy is a used to change a | | |order to reduce anxiety stemming from past conflicts. |Aversive Conditioning is a form of therapy that reduces |person’s core belief system from irrational, illogical, | | | |the frequency of undesired behavior by pairing an |and unrealistic views or concepts. | | |Biochemical or drug therapy is a treatment with focus on |unpleasant stimulus with undesired behavior to stop the | | | |the reduction of symptoms associated with psychological |behavior. |Cognitive Therapy is a type of therapy in which the | | |disorders using medication. | |therapist takes on the role of teacher. After examining | | | |Systematic Desensitization is a treatment that gradually |The concept is to extinguish symptoms by changing one’s | | | |exposes an individual to an anxiety producing stimuli. |illogical thoughts about oneself and others to more | | |...
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