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Phases of Therapy:
Beginning: Join with family; both accommodate to and challenge rules of family system; assessment/mapping of hierarchy, alignments, and boundaries; reframing of problem to include whole system

Structural Family Therapy (Phases of Treatment)

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Phases of Treatment:
End: Work through termination and abandonment issues. Consolidate interpretations. Review insights gained in therapy

Object Relations Psychodynamic Therapy (Phases of Treatment)

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Phases of treatment:
Beginning: Establish safe and supportive therapeutic relationship; Complete a functional analysis to assess and define the problem and negative thought patterns; Educate and explain this therapy; Set collaborative goals.

CBT (Phases of treatment)

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Theory of Change: Change occurs through finding philosophical meaning in the face of anxiety by choosing to think and act authentically and responsibly. The core question addressed in this type of therapy is "How do I exist?" in the face of uncertainty, conflict, or death.

Existential Therapy (Theory of Change)

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Theory of Change: Change occurs by separating patient from problem and creating a new narrative or story, which emphasizes the client's competencies and strengths.

Narrative Therapy (Theory of Change)

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Phases Of Treatment:
Early/Middle: The problem is externalized; Mapping the influence/effects of the problem; Identify/explore unique outcomes; Re-author story; Enlist a witness

Narrative Therapy (Phases of treatment)

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Phases Of Treatment:
Middle: Placing client experience into a mytho-poetic lens, looking at images, myth, story, imagination and archetypal patterns within the conscious and unconscious happenings of the clients life. Looking for meaning by orienting one's experience into the greater human story.

Depth Psychology Therapy (Phases of Treatment)

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Treatment Goals:
Restructure family system to allow for symptom relief and constructive problem solving
Change dysfunctional transactional patterns and create new ways of relating
Help create flexible boundaries

Structural Family Therapy (Treatment Goals)

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Treatment Goals:
Developing self-cohesion and self-esteem.
Locating better self objects

Self Psychology Psychodynamic Therapy (Treatment Goals)

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Phases of Therapy:
Middle: Highlight and modify interactions; utilize enactments of issues to challenge participants and unbalance system

Structural Family Therapy (Phases of Treatment)

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Treatment Goals:
The goal is for clients to improve their emotional and cognitive regulation.

DBT (Treatment Goals)

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Phases Of Treatment:
Beginning: Client is invited to tell their Problem-Saturated Stories — the reason client is seeking therapy

Narrative Therapy (Phases of treatment)

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Phases of Treatment:
Beginning: Establish a holding environment. Build rapport and therapeutic alliance through listening, exploration of client's experience, empathy, and maintaining neutrality.

Object Relations Psychodynamic Therapy (Phases of Treatment)

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Theory of Change: Change occurs through changing irrational beliefs to rational beliefs, improves clients' emotional and behavioral functioning.

REBT (Theory of Change)

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Theory of Change: Change occurs through empathetic attunement and strengthening the self-structures through optimal responsiveness.

Self Psychology Psychodynamic Therapy (Theory of Change)

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Treatment Goals:
The goal is for clients to increase congruent communication, improved self-esteem/confidence and personal growth

Satir Communications Therapy (Treatment Goals)

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Phases of Treatment:
Beginning: Establish rapport, a sense of equality and hope. Assess communication patterns, stances, and concerns. Identify treatment focus and goals.

Satir Communications Therapy (Phases of Treatment)

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Phases Of Treatment:
End: Document and support new story; Write letter to self and others

Narrative Therapy (Phases of treatment)

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treatment Goals:
Client learns more effective ways of meeting his or her needs
Clients learn to engage in self-evaluation
Clients gain a sense of inner control of their lives
Clients learn to change what they do as a key to Changing how they feel and getting what they want.

Reality Therapy (Treatment Goals)

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Phases Of Treatment:
Beginning: Invitation and exploration of material the client brings to therapy, including relational situations, dreams, experience, imaginings etc.

Depth Psychology Therapy (Phases of Treatment)

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Phases of Treatment:
Beginning: Define the problem; determine how the client understands the problem; assess family's destructive patterns of relating and communicating the continued problem; state goals — what behaviors need to change and what would be the signs of change

Strategic Therapy (Phases of Treatment)

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Treatment Goals:
Help clients alter illogical beliefs and thinking patters in order to overcome psychological problems and mental distress.

REBT (Treatment Goals)

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Phases of Treatment:
Middle: Encourage self-understanding and insight through interpretation. Clients are positively encouraged to overcome their feelings of insecurity through therapist's optimism. Collaboratively explore ways in which client can feel more deeply connected in his social context. Support client to turn dysfunctional styles of life into more functional, socially beneficial ones.

Adlerian Therapy (Phases of Treatment)

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Treatment Goals:
Solve the presenting problems
Change dysfunctional patterns of interaction
Interventions

Strategic Therapy (Treatment Goals)

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Phases of Treatment:
Beginning: Create a family diagram of multigenerational emotional connections;
assess individuals' levels of differentiation and triangulation; identify dysfunctional
patterns that have been passed along through the generations

Bowen Family Therapy (Phases of Treatment)

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Stages of Treatment:
1. Establish a holding environment.
2. Build rapport and therapeutic alliance through listening, exploration of client's
experience, empathy, interpretation, and maintaining neutrality.
3. Promote insight and growth; increase individuation.
4. Work through termination/abandonment issues.

Psychodynamic Theory (Stages of Treatment)

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Phases of Treatment:
End: Reflect on treatment process. Acknowledge and process issues related to termination.

Self Psychology Psychodynamic Therapy (Phases of Treatment)

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Phases of Treatment:
Middle: Review attempted solutions; assign ordeals; prescribe the problem; relabel behavior; instruct client to respond to the problem in a new way

Strategic Therapy (Phases of Treatment)

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Treatment Goals:
Deconstruct problem-saturated stories in order to create more helpful stories.
Re-authoring the story—having a new story emerge.

Narrative Therapy (Treatment Goals)

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Phases of Treatment:
End: Finding a deeper meaning through a spiritual existence

DBT (Phases of treatment)