Search Results for concept milieu therapy

 
Milieu Therapy

.... In the earlier concept of milieu therapy, the role of the nurse was expected, in most instances, to be supportive but non interpretative. ....

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Two Psychology Interventions

.... Within the earlier concept of milieu therapy, the role of the therapist was expected, in most instances, to be supportive but non interpretative (LeCuyer, 1992 ....

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The Concept of Countertransference

The concept of countertransference has recently undergone a period of .... can itself constitute a tool for therapy. .... both within the therapeutic milieu and outside ....

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Music Therapy and Stress

.... in the context of the therapeutic milieu to assist .... Music therapy has long been integrated into the treatment .... The modern concept of music as a therapeutic tool ....

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Family and Group Therapy

.... However, two major trends in this basic concept have emerged .... are clearly a part of the social milieu, and group .... The effects of person centered group therapy. ....

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Analysis and Reflection: The Process of Change

.... is a common problem encountered in the therapeutic milieu. .... debate that is undertaken in therapy involves a .... important to recognize that the concept of "stability ....

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The abuse of Siblings: A case study proposal

.... to this problem, which was the provision of therapy to the .... (p. 163) Vygotsky's (1981) concept of semiotic .... that the quality of the child's social milieu is the ....

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Art Therapy

.... But this concept has also had a considerable impact .... integral and important part of the therapeutic milieu. .... Naumburg's art therapy and Kramer's art therapy meet ....

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Substance Abuse and AA

.... AA approach or for some similar psychologically-based therapy. .... an individual, setting and social milieu, expectation and .... in support of this concept of addition ....

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A Scial Worker's Experiences

.... 1948) had already developed the concept of therapeutic .... empathetic, and safe therapeutic milieu; two, the .... when deemed advisable, of family therapy; three, the ....

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A personality disorder

.... psychotherapy, believed that a person's self-concept is made .... of client-oriented or non-directive therapy (Smith, 1997). .... both at work and in the social milieu. ....

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Borderline Personality Disorder

.... psychotherapy, believed that a person's self-concept is made .... of client-oriented or non-directive therapy (Smith, 1997). .... both at work and in the social milieu. ....

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Buddhism and Alternative Counseling Strategies

.... Buddhist concepts and practices in the therapeutic milieu. .... What Buddhism adds to therapy is the recognition .... Buddhism provides a relational concept for eliciting ....

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Social Work: Search For a Framework

.... include: 1. Resistance is not a useful concept; 2. Change .... by clients in the context of therapy as confidential .... that the client and the client's milieu is the ....

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Exclusion Room Experiences of Inmates

.... be a move toward an intensive care concept instead of an .... and develop a more therapeutic milieu for handling .... The efficacy of cognitive therapy in depression: A ....

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NURSING CARE MANAGEMENT AND RESPONSIBILITY

.... this population, and an evolving social milieu that to .... a humanistic science with the concept of caring .... comply with treatment programs (Initial therapy, 1993, pp ....

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The Problem of Substance Abuse

.... a function of setting and social milieu, then withdrawal .... and weaknesses in Peele's concept of addiction .... First impaired physicians therapy program appears to be ....

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The Literature of the Reincarnation

.... return" that explains the sacral milieu of agricultural .... of these conceptual categories to the concept of the .... therapy no longer helps clients 'find themselves ....

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Gangs and Gang Delinquency Introduction Gangs

.... The whole concept of a gang deals more .... adolescent offenders with a positive peer treatment milieu. .... Journal of Behavior Therapy and Experimental Psychiatry, 2: 1 ....

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The Relationship Between Patient Readiness and Cognitive ...

.... and should include the concept of trauma .... skill development or recovery, medication, milieu groups and .... Neuropsychology, work therapy, occupational and physical ....

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Traumatic Brain Injury

.... and should include the concept of trauma .... skill development or recovery, medication, milieu groups and .... Neuropsychology, work therapy, occupational and physical ....

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STRENGTHS-BASED GENERAL PRACTICES

.... AT the micro level, therapy and other services are .... to a medial or disease concept which has .... both promoting and maintaining a therapeutic milieu consistent with ....

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Alcohol: Effects on the Neonate and Children

.... 9) in support of his concept of addition .... function of setting and social milieu, then withdrawal .... Another group therapy approach involves holistic family therapy ....

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Traumatic Accidents

.... In addition, future studies on the concept of "self .... offered within the context of the medical milieu. .... is to provide comprehensive counseling/therapy and social ....

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ESLEFL Learning Environments

.... a language acquired in a milieu where it is .... Klein's spontaneous/guided acquisition/ learning concept, then we .... psychology of the "client-centered therapy" kind. ....

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Miscegenation Law

.... of what constitutes "race" as a concept worthy of .... a paradoxical world of discipline and indulgence therapy and luxury .... of Latino males in their milieu (589-91 ....

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Small Group Home Placement This study investigate

.... offered services that ranged from therapy/counseling to .... with resident perceptions of the milieu than with .... that results confirmed the concept that increasing ....

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Problems in Families That Adopt NATURE OF THE STUDY Statement of ...

.... the development of alcoholism in the most common, milieu-limited type .... Beck self-concept test .... phases among adoptees and their families: Implications for therapy. ....

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