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Description du contenu du cours

Course Outline

  • Table of Contents
  • Acknowledgement of Receipt
  • Students Guide
  • Deadline
  • Course Schedule

Teaching Method and Work Requirements

  • Acknowledgement of Receipt of Course Book
  • Beginning the Course
  • Planning Your Study Schedule
  • Answering the Questions
  • Correcting Your Answers
  • Exam
  • Sending Activities to the College

Introduction

  • The Patient-Therapist Approach
Chapter 1

Principles Of The Helping Relationship

  • Listening Skills
  • The Objectives Of Attentive Listening
  • The Capacity To Specify
  • Congruity
  • The Effects of Incongruity
  • A Practitioner Who Lacks Congruity Cannot Help
  • Spontaneity and Inner Security
  • Condition Favoring The Expression Of Congruity
  • The Capacity To Empathize
  • Poor Understanding Of Empathy
  • Expressing Emotions
  • Sorrow
  • Anger
  • Fear
  • Joy
  • The Therapist in a Therapeutic Relationship
  • Altruism
  • Listening
  • Empathy
  • Authenticity
  • Humility
  • Basic Techniques
  • Non-Directivity
  • Reformulation
  • Observation
  • Knowledge
  • Technique And Helping
  • Judgment
  • Decisions
  • The Aim Of The Relationship
  • Your Feelings
  • Psychotherapeutic Approaches
  • Analytical Therapy
  • Bodily Therapy
  • Surgical Therapy
  • Transformation Therapy
  • Behaviorist Therapy
  • Perceptual Therapy
  • Transpersonal Therapy
  • Psychiatry
  • Psychology
  • Psychotherapy
  • Energetic Psychodynamics
  • Transference and Counter-Transference
  • Support Team
  • Conclusion
  • Revision
  • Activity 1
Chapter 2

Assertiveness

  • Introduction
  • Choice and Free Will
  • The Road to Assertiveness
  • Evasion
  • Attack
  • Manipulation
  • Becoming Assertive
  • What Are My Rights?
  • Conflicts and Related Behavior
  • The Verbal Technique
  • Gratuitous Information
  • Open Questions
  • Active listening
  • Reactions &Amp; Reactional Types
  • The Three Types Of Response
  • Difficulties Of Expression
  • Omission
  • Generalizations
  • Distortions
  • Self-Confidence
  • Increasing Self-Esteem
  • Changing One’s Concept of the Self
  • Cognitive Assertiveness
  • Identifying Negative Thoughts
  • How Do We Counter Negative Thoughts?
  • Being Assertive at Work
  • Learning to Cope with Anxiety
  • Learning to Relax
  • Conclusion
  • Revision
  • Activity 2
Chapter 3

The Foundations of Consultation

Introduction

  • General Aspects
  • Objectives
  • Classification
  • Directive Consultation
  • Non-Directive Consultation
  • Controlled Consultation
  • The Patient
  • General Characteristics
  • Expectations And Concerns Of The Patient
  • Special Cases
  • The Therapist
  • Use Of Various Techniques
  • The Relationship Aspect
  • The Qualities To Develop In A Consultation Situation
  • The Functions Of The Therapist
  • Psychological Aspect
  • The Strengths Of Human Behavior
  • Defense Mechanisms
  • Repression
  • Reactional Formation
  • Annulment
  • Isolation
  • Rationalization
  • Intellectualization
  • Identification
  • Sublimation
  • Other Defense Mechanisms
  • Motivations
  • Extrinsic Motivation
  • Intrinsic Motivation
  • Social Motivation
  • An Absence of Motivation
  • Healthy Motivation
  • Conclusion
  • Revision
  • Activity 3
Chapter 4

Progress Of The Consultation

  • Preparation
    • Physical Surroundings
    • Layout
    • lighting and Ventilation
    • Accessibility and Privacy of the Consultation
    • Respective Positions of Partners
    • Appearance and Dress
  • Planning
    • Time
    • Intellectual Preparation
    • Psychological Preparation
  • Beginning The Consultation
  • The Process
  • Questions
    • The Clear Question
    • The Single Question
    • The Multiple Choice Question
    • The Non-Suggestive Question
    • Questions According To The Patient
    • “Why?”: A Question To Avoid
    • Open And Closed Questions
  • Progress
    • Questions Asked By The Patient
    • Irrelevant Answers And Additional Questions
    • The Causes Of Irrelevant Answers
  • Verbal and Non-Verbal Communication and Silence
    • Verbal
    • Non-Verbal
    • Body Language
    • The Language Of The Face
    • The Language Of The Gaze
    • Paralanguages Related To Speaking
    • The Relationships Between Verbal And Non-Verbal Communication
    • Silence
  • Ending The Consultation
  • The Summary
  • The Report
  • Revision
  • Activity 4

Introduction to Analytical Theory &Amp; Ontological Philosophy

  • Introduction to Analytical Theory
  • Introduction
  • The Stages
  • The Stages and their Libidinal Character
  • The Anal Stage
  • The Urethral Stage
  • The Genital Stage
  • The Oedipus Complex
  • Aggressive Character Traits Which May Be Set During Different Stages
  • Sadistic
  • Masochistic
  • Topography
  • The Defense Mechanisms of the Ego
  • Sublimation
  • Repression
  • Reactional Formation
  • Retroactive Annulment
  • Isolation
  • Regression
  • Fixation
  • Denial
  • Identification
  • Conversion
  • Reversal of Drives
  • Defense Against Emotions

Specific Defense Mechanisms in Borderline Cases

Defense Mechanisms Visible Specifically in Psychosomatoanalysis

  • Substitute Emotions
  • Parasitic Emotions
  • Hysterisation
  • Eroticization of Bodily and Emotional Therapy
  • The Confusion Between Container and Contents
  • Thoughts on Ontological Philosophy

Answers

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