CH7 PSYCHOSOCIAL DEVELOPMENT PDF

Integrity vs. Despair The theory of psychosocial development created by Erik Erikson is perhaps one of the best-known personality theories. The theory differs from many others in that it addresses development across the entire lifespan, from birth through death. At each stage, the individual deals with a conflict that serves as a turning point in development. When the conflict is resolved successfully, the person is able to develop the psychosocial quality associated with that particular stage of development.

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Tygokus Contemporary edvelopment theorists who concern themselves with substance abuse disorders typically do not focus on the idea that addiction is linked to a developmentally primitive level of ego functioning, although they may endorse it. However, in more supportive types of therapy, adaptive defenses are supported, and even the maladaptive defenses may not be confronted until the therapist has enabled the client to replace them with a more constructive means of coping.

In that way, the child internalizes a part of the parent as the selfobject. Based on the rather modest empirical support, Rounsaville and Carroll suggested that the role of IPT in the treatment of substance abuse disorders might be the following: Her response then is to use drugs, which makes her feel strong and independent for a brief time and also makes her see herself as deserving of being thwarted and exploited, which has happened repeatedly in interpersonal contexts in her life.

Change comes about from learning and from identification with or introjection of an accepting therapist with whom the client has a good psycbosocial. It is thought that individuals with alexithymia do not recognize the cognitive aspects of feeling states.

It is for this reason that substance-abusing clients were and perhaps still are often considered unsuitable for psychoanalysis and also unsuitable for many of the short-term analytic models that involve a very focused and active uncovering of the unconscious.

This model of dynamic therapy can be offered as an open-ended or a time-limited approach Luborsky, ; Luborsky and Mark, This would be considered a variant cb7 borderline psychopathology, which is viewed as a fairly severe disturbance of ego functioning and object relations. Social Sciences It is also important that the psychodynamic therapist know about the pharmacology of abused drugs, the subculture of substance abuse, and Step programs.

Some critics have argued that a major limitation of those psychoanalytic theories is that they do not make allowances for the biological bases of substance abuse disorders Babor, Both groups also received treatment as usual in the methadone-maintenance program that included a weekly minute session of group counseling. Two years later she ran away pschosocial another man, a particularly sadistic pimp.

However, clients should be reasonably stable in terms of their substance abuse before beginning this type of therapy Mark and Faude, Pretending that a threatening situation does not exist because the situation is too distressing to cope with.

Only then can the therapist help the client begin to understand her reasons for abusing substances and to consider alternative, more positive behavior. You need to have JavaScript enabled in order to access this site. There have been many studies of the psycbosocial of SE therapy for substance abuse disorders, resulting in a significant body of empirical data on its effectiveness in treating these problems see below. Wurmser recommends that the therapist provide a strong emotional presence and a warm, accepting, flexible attitude.

Khantzian and colleagues developed Modified Dynamic Group Therapy MDGT to address these issues in a group therapy format, develompent this approach has some empirical support. One study compared SE therapy and cognitive-behavioral therapy with standard drug counseling for opiate dependents in a methadone maintenance program. McDougall views substance abuse as a psychosomatic disorder.

At the beginning of treatment, she told Christopher that she was going to request medication from her physician for her back pain. TLP works via two main components of the treatment: She pointed out that it had been prescribed by a doctor. For example, those dependent on opioids are thought to be medicating intense anger and aggression that their egos are unable to contain.

But the unanswered question remains whether biological or psychological factors come first: Levenson and colleagues offer such a theory Levenson et al.

This study had at least pzychosocial flaws, however. Acts of the self toward others. Most 10 Related.

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CH7 PSYCHOSOCIAL DEVELOPMENT PDF

Voodoolkis In most cases, the development of a therapeutic alliance is partially a process of the passage of time. The therapist fosters this process of integration and understanding by focusing attention, correcting distortions, making linkages, and counteracting defensive avoidance. The material presented in this dh7 provides a quick glance at the usefulness and the complex nature of this type of therapy. You need to have JavaScript enabled in order to access this site. Brief psychodynamic therapies are perhaps more helpful after abstinence is well established. Many therapists who conduct substance abuse treatment from a psychodynamic perspective are comfortable combining insight-oriented therapy with concrete, behavioral interventions. This was a collaborative research project that paralleled a study by Woody and colleagues Woody et al.

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Samugul During the first session, the therapist and client agree on a clear psychodynamic focus, rather like a treatment contract. For some, psychodynamic therapy is best undertaken when they are well along in recovery and receptive to a higher level of self-knowledge. Chapter 7 — First Two Years Psychosocial Flashcards by Vicky Kravtchenko Brainscape This approach has shown efficacy for abuse in research, but the research was not comparative, so it is not known how effective this approach is in contrast to other approaches. She appears to be the kind of person who wears her heart on her sleeve, but pscyhosocial is a big heart nonetheless, capable of caring for others with loyalty and compassion. The goals of this approach are primarily symptom reduction and improvement in interpersonal functioning. Both types of therapy were offered once a week.

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He appeared to others as weak and ineffectual. For research, this model is offered as a session therapy, but it can also be used as an open-ended therapy in clinical practice. Analytic theorists within the Object Relations school hold that substances stand in for the functions usually attributed to the primary maternal or care-giving object. Many therapists who conduct substance abuse treatment from pzychosocial psychodynamic develpment are comfortable combining insight-oriented therapy with concrete, behavioral interventions. IPT was developed initially as a time-limited, weekly psychotherapy for nonbipolar, nonpsychotic, depressed clients Klerman et al. Some critics have argued that a major limitation of those psychoanalytic theories is that they do not make allowances for the biological bases of substance abuse disorders Babor, In that way, the child internalizes a part of the parent as the selfobject. One implication of this finding is that drug-focused interventions are perhaps the optimal approach for providing treatment for substance abuse disorders Strean, One study compared SE therapy and cognitive-behavioral therapy with standard drug counseling for opiate dependents in a methadone maintenance program.

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Erikson was interested in how social interaction and relationships played a role in the development and growth of human beings. If people successfully deal with the conflict, they emerge from the stage with psychological strengths that will serve them well for the rest of their lives. If they fail to deal effectively with these conflicts, they may not develop the essential skills needed for a strong sense of self. Erikson also believed that a sense of competence motivates behaviors and actions.

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