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Posted: 2/18/2014 1:35:49 PM EST
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I have a couple of questions if you don't mind helping....

1)"People get depressed because they have depressing thoughts." This statement is consistent with the ____________ model.

2) Living an authentic life is a goal of __________ therapy.

3) Two-year-old Carol watches a cooking show on t.v. and then goes into the kitchen to "bake a cake." This is an example of __________

I'm guessing number three is modeling.

4) When a person described a dream, he or she is most likely describing the ____________ content.


Thank you so much guys I would really appreciate a little help.

You guys are doing great. I only have three more...

5) A therapist evaluates a client prior to beginning therapy by compiling detailed info about that individual. This approach is called_____

6) The inability to see or record all important behavior when making observations is called________

7) A clinician asks one of his patients to record the frequency of his hallucinations and the circumstances under which they occur. This technique is called________
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Posted: 2/18/2014 1:36:33 PM EST
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Posted: 2/18/2014 1:43:12 PM EST
Well, I was married to her for 5 years, but not sure if that qualifies as an expert.

#1 would be consistent with cognitive based therapy.
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Posted: 2/18/2014 1:43:15 PM EST
I think 1 is cognitive and 2 is humanistic.
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Posted: 2/18/2014 1:44:09 PM EST
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1 is probably "cognitive."

2 could be "person-centered" or "client-centered" - Look up Carl Rogers.

3 - Got Piaget? Could be imitation or imitative learning.

For 4 try "manifest" (as opposed to "latent") content.
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Posted: 2/18/2014 1:53:15 PM EST
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I have a couple of questions if you don't mind helping....

1)"People get depressed because they have depressing thoughts." This statement is consistent with the ___Cognitive_____ model.

2) Living an authentic life is a goal of ___existential___ therapy.

3) Two-year-old Carol watches a cooking show on t.v. and then goes into the kitchen to "bake a cake." This is an example of ___suggestion?_______

I'm guessing number three is modeling.

4) When a person described a dream, he or she is most likely describing the ____no clue____ content.


Thank you so much guys I would really appreciate a little help.

You guys are doing great. I only have three more...

5) A therapist evaluates a client prior to beginning therapy by compiling detailed info about that individual. This approach is called_____assessment (or referral information, depending on agency)

6) The inability to see or record all important behavior when making observations is called_____observer bias?___

7) A clinician asks one of his patients to record the frequency of his hallucinations and the circumstances under which they occur. This technique is called______journaling/diary__
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