The therapist listens to the needs of the patient in an accepting and non-judgmental way.
It is based on classical conditioning and includes exposure therapy and aversive conditioning.
Imagine traumatic scenes
Therapist triggers eye movements
Allows client to unlock and retrieve frozen memories
Expose the client to bright light
Light influences arousal and hormones/mood?
Difficult to control
Recurrent panic attacks
Recurrent concerns about having panic attacks
Irrational persistent fear of social situations
Fear of negative evaluation specifically
Repetitive behaviors person feels driven to perform
Re-experiencing of trauma (nightmares, thoughts, flashbacks)
Avoidance of similar situations or people
At least one major depressive episodeMajor depressive episode:
5 or more of the following in a 2-week period:
Anhedonia (loss of capacity to
Lack of conscience
Disorganized and delusional thinking.
Inappropriate emotions and actions.
Social and functional deficits.Positive symptoms: the presence of inappropriate behaviors (hallucinations, disorganized or delusional talking) not present in healthy individuals
Negative symptoms: the absence of appropriate behaviors (expressionless faces, rigid bodies) present in healthy individuals
be best described as a
spelling test. At the end of the semester, students can exchange their stars for prizes. Mr. Quinones’ strategy illustrates
an application of
direct concern to ________ therapists
challenged this assertion, commenting, “By your mental calculations, well over 90 percent of all students are
incompetent!” The therapist’s response was most typical of a ________ therapist.
Mrs. Shyam felt considerable relief for several weeks following the test. Mrs. Shyam’s reaction best illustrates
the value of
well. It is most likely that Dr. Anderson is a
David recover from a major depressive disorder. An integrated understanding of David’s recovery process is best
cent of men and 10 to 20 per
of women in the U.S
oxidase inhibitors as the first
class of antidepressants.