Historical development to the present day . The people influential in its development Dr Carl Ransom Rogers (1902-1987) and American Psychologist was the founder of Person Centred Counselling back in the 1950’s born in Oak Park Illinois. Rogers attended Teachers College at Columbia University where he engaged in child study. In 1930 Rogers served for the society for the prevention of cruelty to children in Rochester; where he went on to write The Clinical treatment of the problem child (1939), which was based on his experience in working with children. With the years’ experience of working with troubled children, Rogers was influenced in constructing his client-centred approach by the post-freudian psychotherapeutic practice of Otto Rank.
After some references to the children and “my wife”, the speaker can be seen as an adult male, father and husband, not to mention the dog’s owner. Also, the tone of the speaker is a bit melancholic, as he grieves over his beloved pet. The dog, described as “too young to know much” was still a puppy and that is probably why it didn’t have a name yet. Other elements that contribute to this idea are its illness once interpreted as a “shot reaction” – dogs are usually vaccinated when they are very young – and the fact that “she tried to bite” his hand, which is also a puppy’s behavior. The use of the subject pronoun “she” referring to the animal suggests that it was part of the family.
Running Head: WHAT ABOUT BOB ANALYSIS OF CHARACTERS AND THEORIES What About Bob: Analysis of Characters and Theories Emily McLaughlin Brevard Community College Professor Leonard Abstract Bob Wiley and Dr. Leo Marvin, two characters from the movie What About Bob, display many psychological aspects through their personalities, boundaries, and therapeutic techniques. Bob deals with several disorders, including agoraphobia and separation anxiety. Dr. Marvin is a narcissist who agrees to take Bob on as a new patient before departing on a month-long vacation. The importance of boundaries and the effect of breaching them is evident through the relations of Dr. Marvin and Bob. Dr. Marvin utilizes various therapeutic techniques in dealing
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Amy McGraw 1 Amy McGraw Assessment and Counseling Kristy L. Hardwick April 23, 2010 The Substance Abuse Subtle Screening Inventory is referred to as the SASSI. Dr. Glenn A. Miller developed the SASSI for a screening questionnaire to discover if people have a high likelihood of substance dependence disorder. Dr. Glenn Miller dreamed of owning his own business and making it grow and thrive. The business opened and was close to where the family lived. Dr. Miller and his wife called their new business “Quest for Camelot.” In 1967 Dr. Miller earned his Ph.D. from Illinois University in Clinical Psychology where he specialized in assessment.
Lake also mentions that the baby basket provides the child with the knowledge he would eventually use to survive in his culture. Lake goes on to explain that the baby basket forces the child to develop his intuition, like a sixth sense, “rational intellect, symbolic thinking, and their five senses.” The author continues to talk about the many different things Wind-Wolf has experienced. Many of these experiences
Mary Salter Ainsworth’s thinking was very much influenced by Blatz’s security theories. After Ainsworth completed her master’s thesis in 1937, Blatz proposed that she should undertake her dissertation research within the framework of his security theory. She later developed her own theory of attachment; in which, both Blatz and Ainsworth collaborated their theories for the creation of the laboratory preschool at the University of Toronto. William E. Blatz (1895-1964) was born the ninth child of german immigrants; he grew up in Hamilton, Ontario in Canada. He obtained his bachelor's degree in 1914, his masters degree in 1916, and his medical degree in 1921 all from the University of Toronto.
I visited Chicago Lake Shore Hospital, they have the children, adolescent, and adult psychiatric centre. I arrived at about 8:35 am and I introduced myself to the DON and explained my reason of coming to the hospital. The environment appeared very safe and secured for children with psychiatric, emotional and behavioral disorders. The continue of care includes partial hospital and inpatient hospital programs. The treatment experience provides the child with a structured and therapeutic environment to work through developmental, educational, psychological and social problems.
After that, he started studying at University College Hospital in London at the age of twenty-two. He gained his degree of medicine at the age of twenty-six. While studying medicine he enrolled at the Institute of Psychoanalysis. He graduated from there in 1937 as a qualified psychoanalyst. He was also trained in adult psychiatry from Maudsley Hospital.
In addition to working at Harvard Medical School, he also had a private practice in child psychoanalysis. Later on in his life, he held teaching positions at University of California at Berkeley, Yale, San Francisco Psychoanalytic Institute, Austen Riggs Center, and Center for Advanced Studies of the Behavioral Sciences. Erikson’s psychosocial theory expands the work of Sigmund Freud, developing them beyond adolescence. Freud believed that our personality was shaped by age five. Erikson developed a series of eight psychosocial theories.