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References (read in bold) Hypnotherapy and counselling skills – module one Hypnosis for change Josie Hadley &Carol Staudacher First steps in counselling Third edition – Pete Sanders Hypnotherapy A practical handbook – Helmut Karle & Jennifer Boys Hypnotherapy A handbook – Michael Heap & Windy Dryden Hidden depths The story of hypnosis – Robin Waterfield Experiences in groups and other papers – W.R. Bion Scripts and strategies in Hypnotherapy – Roger P. Allen Understand applied psychology – Dr Nicky Hayes How To Hypnotize Yourself Without Losing Your Mind (Chapter 14) - Wayne F. Perkins, Certified Clinical Hypnotherapist Essay 1 (2000 words) TITLE: “What is hypnosis?” Describe the psychological
: London : Whurr, 1993., Manchester College Library Catalogue, EBSCOhost, viewed 10 December 2012 'Encyclopedia of Psychology (Book)' Raymond J. Corsini, 1984, Science News, 126, 8, p. 114, Academic Search Premier, EBSCOhost, viewed 12 December 2012. Lakeman, R 2007, 'Humanizing Psychiatry and Mental Health Care: The Challenge of the Person-centred Approach', Journal Of Psychiatric & Mental Health Nursing, Academic Search Premier, EBSCOhost, viewed 12 December 2012. http://powerprinciple.wordpress.com/2011/05/12/3-ways-that-you-know-you-are-self-actualized/ Rogers, C 1951, Client-Centered Therapy, n.p. : Constable, 1951., Manchester College Library Catalogue, EBSCOhost, viewed 12 December 2012. Word count 2955 without referencing Assignment 1.1 person centred approaches to counselling 1.1 explain the main principles that underpin person-centred theory in relation to counselling * ------------------------------------------------- Hierarchy of Needs: Hierarchy of needs is a theory proposed by Abraham Maslow in his 1943, often portrayed in the shape of a pyramid and is commonly called a theory of Human Motivation. The
Social Service Program Teen challenge is a substance abuse program developed in the 1950’s to work with adolescents, adults and families in controlling negative addictive behaviour, mainly focusing on drug and alcohol rehabilitation. It’s located in outback Victoria, Kyabram. It’s an open program to any individual willing to commit to a change and residential program. It incorporates Christian values and biblical orientation to enable people to become “mentally sound, emotionally balanced, socially adjusted, physically well and spiritually alive.” There have been three steps developed to be satisfied in order to successfully graduate from the program. Firstly intake, this is where the individual voluntarily signs up into the program, the
The 43 participants that were selected for this study were chosen from a residential drug rehabilitation center that required the participants to meet certain criteria for the study. Once the participants were selected they were then divided into one of two treatment groups, FT or ADC, randomly (2004). Once the treatment groups were selected then the participants were provided with sufficient detail of the study. The researches explained throughout the article the premise of FT and how it could potentially affect rehabilitation of individuals. In addition, the study did provide and explanation of ADC and how it is the current preferred method of treatment (2004).
Disorder Paper PSYCH/575 November 7, 2011 Dr. Bar-Navon Disorder Paper This paper I will compare and contrast three therapeutic interventions used to treat PTSD, which will be cognitive-behavioral therapies, selective serotonin reuptake inhibitors (SSRI) medications, and Acupuncture therapy. I will compare measures of effectiveness, such as validity, efficacy, symptom, and recidivism. Next I will identify what approach to treating PTSD I would use, and explain why. I will examine neurophysiological underpinnings of PTSD. Last, I will examine attitudes towards the three treatments I have selected.
MI with Co-Occurring Disorders Courtney Cheatham Mandel School of Applied Social Sciences SASS 500 Motivational Interviewing Jeremy Evenden March 7, 2012 Abstract Motivational Interviewing (MI) is a client-centered, yet goal-directed counseling method for helping people to resolve ambivalence about health behavior change by building intrinsic motivation and strengthening commitment (Miller & Rollnick, 2002). It is an evidence-based treatment intervention founded on principles from humanistic psychology; it seeks to increase motivation for change through resolution of ambivalence and an increase in perceived self-efficacy. MI focuses on the relationship between the therapist and the patient. It is an intervention developed by
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