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Acculturation (Berry)

1)integration 2)assimilation 3)separation 4)marginalization

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Acupuncture

Illness is do to blockage of qi (life energy). Efficacy may be related to release of chemicals near the needle site as body fights perceived pain.

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Adler's Individual Therapy

Stresses unity of the individual; belief that behavior is purposeful and goal related. Inferiority feelings / strive to be superior. Maladaptive = mistaken style of life, poor social interest. Teleological approach motivated by future goals not past events.

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Alloplastic Vs Autoplastic Interventions

Refers to the focus of intervention with regards to environment. Alloplastic = change environment to change individual; Autoplastic = change environment to change individual.

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Black Racial ID Development Model
Cross (Nigrecence)

1)Pre-encounter: race and race ID have low salience. 2) Encounter: greater awareness; interested in developing a black ID 3)Immersion/emersion: race and ID have high salience and moves from intense black involvement to strong anti-White attitudes. 4) Internalization: race has high salience, person becomes Afrocentric / multiculturalist

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Communication/ Integration Family Therapy
Symmetrical vs Complementary Communication

focuses on impact of communication on family and individual function. Symmetrical communication: members are equals but may escalate into competitive game; Complementary: members are unequal but cover each other's deficits.

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Cultural Competence
Sue & Sue 2003

3 Competencies: 1) awareness of own belief's, assumptions, values. 2) Knowledge about the differences in worldviews, etc 3) Skills that enable Tx to provide appropriate treatment.

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Cultural Encapsulation
Wrenn

Culturally encapsulated counselors interpret everyone's reality through their own cultural assumptions and stereotypes; disregard cultural differences

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Cultural vs Functional Paranoia
Ridley

describes non-disclosure by African Americans in therapy being due to 2 types of paranoia: 1) cultural (healthy) which is in response to racism in he community; 2) functional (pathology) if the reasons aren't based in racism.

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Cybernetics

Positive Feedback Loop: Amplifies deviation or change resulting in challenge to system; Negative Feedback Loop: status quo.

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Diagnostic Overshadowing

Attribute all mental health Sxs to a more serious Dx that may be unconnected (originally prevalent with mental retardation).

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Double-Bind Communication

Though of as etiological factor for schizophrenia; involves conflicting negative injunctions > "do that and you'll be in trouble" "Don't do that and you'll be in trouble" Not always the same medium of communication (i.e. verbal / nonverbal)

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Efficacy Vs Effectiveness Research

in other words: does the treatment have an effect on the subject? vs is the cost/time/etc worth it for the outcome?

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Emic vs Etic Orientation

Emic is inclusive of cultural awareness, Etic is cultural-general, not so good approach

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Extended Family Systems Therapy
Differentiation, Emotional Triangle, Genogram

Bowen's approach; system includes larger picture than the nuclear family. Differentiation is separation of emotional feelings and intellect, which helps people avoid becoming fused in relationships. Triangulation; see grad school!

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Existential Therapy

Emphasis on personal choice and responsibility for developing a meaningful life. Maladaptive behavior results in inability to cope with the ultimate concerns of existence.

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Eyesneck

Douschcanoe Brit reviewed cases from early 1900's and found that therapy is no better than spontaneous remission.
Findings indicate untreated patients are better off.

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Feminist Therapy

The personal is political. Focus on empowerment, social change and acknowledges and minimizes power differential of Tx vs Cx. Different than non-sexist therapy which focuses on personal causes of behavior and personal changes.

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Fruedian Psychoanalysis
Defense Mechanisms, Analysis

When the Ego is unable to ward of danger (anxiety) through rational, realistic means, it may resort to a defense mechanism: repression, reaction formation, etc.)They operate on an unconscious level and work to distort or deny reality. Use of analysis; free association, dreams, resistances, confrontation, clarification, ...

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General Systems Theory

A system is maintained by the mutual interactions of its components and are best understood in context. Homeostsis: system will tend to do what it is doing to stay in balance. Systems are open to change.

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Gestalt Therapy

Awareness; full understanding of ones thoughts, feelings and actions in the here and now. abandonment of self-image due to a boundary disturbance(introjection). Transference is counter-productive.

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Group Therapy
Yalom

stages: 1) orientation; participation, search for meaning, and dependency. 2) Conflict, dominance & rebellion 3) development and cohesiveness. >>> Cohesiveness is most important; Tx can pre-screen to lower attrition rates.

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Health Belief Model

behaviors are influenced by: 1) person's readiness to take action (which is related to perceptions of possible illness and consequences). 2) Person's evaluation of the benefits and costs of a particular response. 3) the internal and external cues that trigger the reponse

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High vs Low- Context Communication

culturally diverse groups tend to rely on various forms of communication whereas anglo therapists tend to stress verbal. Can lead to misunderstandings in cultural work.

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Homosexual (gay and lesbian) ID Development Model

Troiden's 4 stages: 1) sensitization / feeling different; 2) self-recognition / identity confusion; 3) identity assumption; 4)commitment/identity commitment

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Dose Dependent Effect; Phase Model
Howard and Collegues

75% of patients show measurable improvements at 26 sessions; at 52 sessions the number only 85%; suggests that there are 3 phases in therapy: remoralization, remediation & rehabilitation.

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Hypnosis

experiencing 'alteration of memory, perceptions and mood in response to suggestions. Does not seem to enhance the accuracy repressed memories, and may create psuedomemories

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Interpersonal Therapy
Primary Problems

IPT is brief 'manual-based' therapy orig designed for depression but since has been applied to a number of other conditions. interpersonal role disputes / role transitions and interpersonal deficits.

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Jung's Analytical Psychotherapy

Behavior determined from both conscious and unconscious factors; collective unconscious > repository of latent memory traces from previous generations; Archetypes > primordial images that cause similar reactions in different people.

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Mental Health Consultation
Chaplan (interference type of transference)

1) client centered case consultation 2) Consultee centered 3) Program centered 4) consultee-centered administative