Search Results for Psychodynamic School

 
A REVIEW OFLeadership Theory and Practice: A Review

.... Contingency School, 5) Path-Goal School, 6) Leader-Member Exchange School, 7) Transformational School, 8) Team Leadership School, and 9) Psychodynamic School. ....

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Group Therapy Study SUMMARY, CONCLUSIONS, AND RECOMMENDAT

.... For example, groups can be based on the Humanistic school of psychological thought, the Behavioral school, the Psychodynamic school, and so forth. ....

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Overview of Pedophilia

.... In this regard, the best treatment approaches appeared to be those that combined strategies taken from the psychodynamic school and the behavioral school, and ....

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Development Tasks of Adolescents

.... longer be evident. A second line of thought that emphasizes timing stems from the psychodynamic school. According to this approach ....

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School Counseling of Christian Fundamentalists

.... the student can use to resist dealing with the true psychodynamic issues creating .... If school counselors can understand that they are dealing with students whose ....

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Therapy Case Study

.... 2. Symptoms and experiences 3. Social history (marriage, family, school, peer) 4 .... observations of symptoms and behaviors C. Therapist psychodynamic impressions D ....

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Adolescent Decision-Making Skills for Conflict

.... in the sample included a reduction in weapon carrying, less bullying and violence, and more school attendance, due to the psychodynamic intervention involving ....

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The abuse of Siblings: A case study proposal

.... childhood aggressive behaviors can be useful to elementary school counselors in .... Psychodynamic intervention has been applied in cases of sibling abuse where the ....

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Depression: A Case Study

.... Although this approach is problem oriented rather than based on psychodynamic aspects, a review .... He dropped out of school in the 12th grade due to problems such ....

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Structure of the Family

.... out any conflicts to their continuing education, have helped them focus enough to stay in school and complete .... "Single-Parenting: Psychodynamic Theory." (2001). ....

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ALFRED ADLER

.... position, or worldview, that influenced the way his psychodynamic theories developed .... only in working with individuals, but in working with school systems and ....

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MAIN SCHOOLS OF PSYCHOTHERAPY

.... Although they remained within the general psychoanalytic school of psychology .... Unlike Freud, Alder's psychodynamic model emphasized how people responded to ....

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New Kinds of Families

.... out any conflicts to their continuing education, have helped them focus enough to stay in school and complete .... "Single-Parenting: Psychodynamic Theory." (2001). ....

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5 Stages of Human Development

.... Erikson also held that the psychodynamic model viewed society's influence too negatively .... purpose was to help low socioeconomic status high school students get ....

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PERSONALITY AND DEVELOPMENT Introduction This

.... contact initiated by parents; supportive and stimulating school teachers; parents .... The psychodynamic approach included Freud's theory of personality which added ....

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THE THEMATIC APPERCEPTION TEST Introduction The

.... and Henry A. Murray for the purpose of revealing underlying psychodynamic features of test .... but as the human potential movement (the humanistic school of thought ....

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Eating Disorders of the Adolescent Years

.... in terms of its nature and characteristics, diagnostic issues, psychodynamic aspects of .... helpful at home, precociously dependable, and excelling in school work. ....

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THE TEN YEAR OLD'S CONSTRUCTION OF SELF-IMAGE I

.... in nature, re-focused attention away from the traditional psychodynamic focus which was .... 1984), noting that several studies had shown that school transition has ....

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Models for Dealing with Wife Abuse

.... Psychiatric and Psychodynamic Model Early beliefs associated with wifebattering include that .... children, this continues through the end of high school or until ....

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Annotated Bibliography of Buddhist Psychology

.... his discussion of Western psychological principles primarily to psychodynamic principles and it .... with age and/or religious orientation of the school attended. ....

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Teenage Suicide

.... of stressors, including relationship problems, family problems, school difficulties, and .... Psychodynamic theory focuses on the effects of early rejection, which ....

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Presenting Informataion in Case of Therapy

.... refuge with friends, and ultimately did not attend enough school to graduate. .... This is a short-term, supportive-expressive psychodynamic approach in a group ....

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Group Counseling Therapy

.... be, indeed, that not every psychotherapist is suited to the psychodynamic situation that .... need not be a disciple or adherent of one particular school of thought ....

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COUNSELING ADOLESCENTS EXPERIENCING STRESS

.... results in suicide attempts and dropping out of school (Westefeld, 1990, pp .... counseling theory for use with adolescents is the psychodynamic social intervention ....

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Treatments for Conduct Disorder

.... Three etiological perspectives were delineated: the psychodynamic, genetic, and behavioral perspective. .... and other DSM-III-R disorders in high school students. ....

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Extracurricular Activities and Depression

.... models, the "concept of loss is key to understanding the psychodynamic origins of depression. The loss of a parent, failure in work or school, or a failed ....

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Self-Mutilation

.... An average of 13.9% of the high school students reported SM one time .... authors stated that data on self-injurious behavior includes psychodynamic and biological ....

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Single Session Therapy

.... Private practice therapists favoring the school of thought known as "ego .... of the setting or therapeutic orientation (eg behavioral, psychodynamic, etc.), single ....

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Eclectic Therapy

.... from the ideological one that characterized the previous school-dominated era .... physiological, the behavioral, the interpersonal, or the psychodynamic) to which ....

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Needs Assessment: A Proposal

.... and Heath (2002), an average of 13.9% of the high school students reported SM .... stated that data on self-injurious behavior includes psychodynamic and biological ....

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