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Treatment of Abnormal Behavior, Part IV

  • A Psychodrama is used so clients act out personal conflicts and feelings with others who play supporting roles
  • Family Therapy: All family members work as a group to resolve the problems of each family member
  • More treatment options include group awareness training, hospitalization, half-way houses, community mental health centers, self-management, peer counseling, and self-help groups
  • Using an interdisciplinary approach, one can use lifestyle changes as a way to reduce symptoms and increase health

Treatment of Abnormal Behavior, Part IV

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  1. Intro
    • Types of Psychotherapy
    • Psychodrama
    • Family Therapy
    • Group Awareness Training
    • Hospitalization
    • Half-Way Houses
    • Community Mental Health Centers
    • Self-Management
    • Other Therapeutic Options
    • Ethnicity and Treatment
    • Approaches to Therapy Review
    • Life-Style Changes As Therapy
    • Evaluating a Therapist
    • Review
    • Intro 0:00
    • Types of Psychotherapy 0:12
      • Individual
      • Group
      • Insight
      • Directive
      • Time-Limited
    • Psychodrama 0:41
      • Clients Act Out Personal Conflicts and Feelings With Others Who Play Supporting Roles
      • Role Playing
      • Role Reversal
      • Mirror Technique
    • Family Therapy 3:40
      • Family Therapy Definition
    • Group Awareness Training 6:48
      • Sensitivity Groups
      • Encounter Groups
      • Large-Group Awareness Training
      • Therapy Placebo Effect
    • Hospitalization 9:05
      • Mental Hospitalization
      • Partial Hospitalization
      • Deinstitutionalization
    • Half-Way Houses 11:55
      • Short-Term Group Living Facilities for Individuals Making the Transition From an Institution to Independent Living
    • Community Mental Health Centers 14:07
      • Offer Many Health Services
      • Paraprofessional
    • Self-Management 15:53
      • Covert Sensitization
      • Thought Stopping
      • Covert Reinforcement
      • Tension Release Method
    • Other Therapeutic Options 17:57
      • Peer Counselor
      • Self-Help Group
    • Ethnicity and Treatment 20:09
      • Collectivist Cultures Tend to Eschew Therapy
      • SES Tends to Reduce Therapeutic Opportunities
      • Helpful if Therapists is of Same Ethnicity as Patient
      • Therapists Underestimate Racial/Ethnic Issues and Often Do Not Bring Them Up
      • Early Termination Factors
      • Often Patients/Clients Leave Before Seeing Significant Progress
    • Approaches to Therapy Review 24:39
      • Approaches to Therapy Review Chart and Explanations
    • Life-Style Changes As Therapy 26:38
      • Integrated From Bio-Psych-Social Views
      • Steps to Improve One's Life
      • Prevention
    • Evaluating a Therapist 29:21
      • Therapist Makes Sexual Advances
      • Therapist Makes Repeated Verbal Threats or is Physically Aggressive
      • Therapist is Excessively Hostile, Controlling, Blaming, or Belittling
      • Therapist Talks Repeatedly About His/Her Own Problems
      • Therapist Encourages Prolonged Dependence On Him/Her
      • Therapist Demands Absolute Trust or Tells Client Not to Discuss Therapy With Anyone Else
      • Interpersonal Issues Between Client and Therapist -- Context I Give People About Therapeutic Relationships
    • Review 31:50
      • Describe the Various Community Mental Health Solutions.
      • How Does Ethnicity Fit Into the Therapy Scenario?
      • How Might People Find Some Relief From Depression?
      • What is the Rationale for Preventive Mental Health Programs?