For a start, this means that we will have been brought up in different environments, providing us with different outlooks on life as well as our values and perspectives. All of this would have a knock-on effect to what we like and dislike in our everyday lives. This being said, when using hypnosis to treat a patient in order to achieve the best chance of success hypnotherapists need to do their utmost to assist their patients to realise the most beneficial state possible, and work with the subconscious mind to measure a patient’s suggestibility. There are several kinds of induction, varying in approach,, length of time and tone. They can be authoritative or permissive.
I will conclude with additional pluses and minuses of the client centred method of treatment & whether it provides all that a therapist needs to treat clients. Psychotherapy began as psychoanalytical in nature, thereafter the behavioral model of treatment started to come into fashion. This was proceeded by the person centred therapy developed by ‘Carl Rogers’ which falls into the humanistic therapy category. Whilst this and other humanistic theories and prior methods of treatment have continued, additional methods such as Cognitive therapy have emerged along with an eclectic therapy, where more than one method is used. ‘Carl Rogers’ focused on what he believed was each person’s desire and drive for self improvement and how he believed that each person possessed a natural desire to actualize their full potential and in essence wanted to achieve being the best that they could be.
“Evaluate the claim that Person-Centred Therapy offers the therapist all that he/she will need to treat clients.” Introduction In addressing this question it is my intention to research exactly what Person Centred Therapy is and what it isn’t. As with all therapeutic approaches there will be promoters and detractors. There will be misconceptions and different interpretations of what Person Centred Therapy is. I will explore the different views expressed in the Psychotherapy community and weigh up the advantages and disadvantages. While at this early stage I use the term ‘approach’ I also intend to establish if Person Centered therapy is an ‘approach,’ a technique, an ideal, a set of rules or something else completely.
* * * * * * * * Examination of Clinical Psychology Paper Jonathan Looney PSY 480 March 12th, 2012 Kristi Collins, Psy.D. Abstract Clinical Psychology is an ever evolving element of the general psychology equation and many people might consider clinical psychology to be the base for all other disciplines in the psychological realm. Clinical Psychology can be summed up as an attempt to understand the physical, emotional, and psychological aspects of daily life that makes each person unique and how those people interact with others. This paper will attempt to explain and possibly demonstrate the need the need for clinical psychology by explaining exactly what that term means and how it
Biological and Humanistic Approaches to Personality Montoya Williams University Of Phoenix PSY/250 August 4, 2012 Melonie Purcell Biological and Humanistic Approaches to Personality Personality is made up of the characteristics patterns of the thoughts, feelings and behaviors that make a person unique (Friedman and Schustack, 2012). Personality has been studied by many different psychologists, but the most modern understandings of personality come from the psychological research done on certain matters of nature of the self. The eight basic aspects of personality are Psychoanalytic, Neo-Analytic/Ego, Biological, Behaviorist, Cognitive, Trait, Humanistic/Existential and Interactionist, which all eight provides some important psychological insight on what it means to be a person (Friedman and Schustack, 2012). Humanistic and existential aspects of personality, focuses on freedom and self-fulfillment. I find to be one of the most important.
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Personality Analysis Paper PSY 405 Tammy Poe September 28, 2011 Jerry Mote A large number of psychologist and philosophers have examined, tested, researched, and analyzed theories associated with behavior and personality. Theories of personalities provide the significant factors, influences affiliated with personality development as well as the ideas of traits; one’s culture, religion, beliefs, and factors such as disabilities, drugs, alcohol, and influences such as a parent, teacher, object needs or wants, and other affects related to personality. In this paper the subject to explain is the theoretical approaches of humanistic and existential theory, and the dispositional approach theory. The paper includes theoretical approaches, and the role of personality and behaviors. Including personality characteristics that contribute to these theories, along with the interpersonal relationship’s associated with the humanistic, existential, and dispositional theories.
Personal Theory Counseling Paper Tabitha L. Rue Liberty University Abstract The purpose of this paper is to evolve my own personal counseling style and theoretical orientation. This paper includes counseling theories that fit best with my own characteristics, experiences, values, and beliefs. My personal theory should emphasize the growth of a person and the ability to overcome struggles by looking to improve for the future. After studying the different theories, there are many that I would like to overlap in own counseling practice. Tough situations like growing up with two different parenting styles, going through a heart-breaking relationship, and having both parents go through cancer, has taught me that struggles placed in life are placed to help people get stronger and to be prepared for anything that comes in the future.
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Why do people beat up others? Is it because they are in pain themselves, insecurity, stress? Anger? Cole is a troublesome teen himself. Because of his over-reliance of his parents, he thinks everything is their fault; his anger is uncontrollable and he barely has any respect for anything.