Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder PPT

Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder PPT

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Power point presentation of Obsessive-compulsive disorder

PowerPoint in which you compare and contrast the major approaches to clinical psychology—psychodynamic, cognitive-behavioral, humanistic, and family systems—in relation to the selected disorder. Address the following items:

  • · Discuss the philosophical origins of each approach.
  • · Identify the goals of each approach.
  • · Describe the techniques and strategies used by each approach.
  • · Explain how each approach affects the treatment strategies for your selected disorder.
  • · Evaluate the effectiveness of each approach, in relation to your selected disorder, based on treatment outcome research.

 3. Include speaker notes with your presentation.

 10 slides

Many recent “schools” of psychotherapy reject almost all of the concepts of the original one, psychoanalysis (PA), and its updated version, psychodynamic therapy. Part of this is the analysts’ own fault. They often openly attacked critics of some of the concepts, telling them they needed to get into psychoanalysis “to find out why they were resistant to the ideas.”

In other words, if you found some of the ideas problematic, you had a mental problem. Added to this was analysts’ tendency to continually support some of the more far-fetched, clearly wrong aspects of their theory such as penis envy in women and schizophrenogenic mothers.

In point of fact, psychoanalysis is a whole collection of theories that interrelate — and so are all of the other schools of therapy. To think that if one of the subtheories is wrong, then they all must be wrong, is black and white thinking — something cognitive-behavioral (CBT) therapists themselves label as irrational.


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