Interpersonal Therapy (1984) was originally developed by Gerald K__________ and Myrna W________ as a treatment for depression.
Interpersonal Therapy influences include:
- Adolph Meyer's ___________ approach to psychiatric disorders
- Sullivan's ______________ theory
- Bowlby's ______________ theory
- Elements of _____________ psychotherapy
- ____________ therapy
- Psychobiological approach
- Interpersonal theory
- Attachment theory
- Psychodynamic psychotherapy
In Interpersonal Therapy, maladaptive Bx are related to problems in __________ and ______________ that are traceable to a lack of strong attachments early in life.
- Social roles
- Interpersonal relationships
The focus of Interpersonal Therapy is on current _____________, and its primary goals are __________ and improving _______________.
- Social relationships
- Symptom reduction
- Interpersonal functioning
Symptom reduction in Interpersonal Therapy is achieved through ____________ about the disorder, instillation of ______, and (when necessary) _____________.
Interventions used to improve interpersonal functioning in Interpersonal Therapy target one or more of _____ primary problem areas: unresolved _____, interpersonal _______, role _________, and _________ deficits.
- Role Disputes
Interpersonal Therapy involves ____ stages.
Stage 1 of Interpersonal Therapy focuses on ________ of the client's diagnosis, the ________ in which the symptoms occur, and the __________ that will be the focus of treatment.
During the middle phase of Interpersonal Therapy, the therapist uses specific strategies which may include ___________ of affect, __________ analysis, and _________/_________ to establish new ways of interacting.
In the last few sessions of Interpersonal Therapy, the therapist ____________ and discusses __________ and methods of _______________.