At the end of this Unit you will be able to answer the following questions...
-How have psychological disorders been treated throughout history and what are two modern ways they are treated today?
-What are the basic elements of Freud's psychoanalysis, and how do psychodynamic approaches differ today?
-What are the basic elements of the humanistic therapies known as person-centered therapy and Gestalt Therapy
-How do behavior therapists use classical and operant conditioning to treat disordered behavior and how successful are these therapies?
-What are the goals and basic elements of cognitive therapies such as cognitive-behavioral therapy and Rational emotive behavioral therapy?
-What are the various types of group therapies and the advantages and disadvantages of group therapy?
-How effective is psychotherapy and what factors influence its effectiveness?
-What are the various types of drugs used to treat psychological disorders?
- How are electroconvulsive therapy and psychosurgery used to treat psychological disorders today?
So, you know you'd like to get help with some problematic behavior (like fear of flying). What do you do? Who can you go to for help? Once you've gone, what can you expect? In this episode of Crash Course Psychology, Hank talks about what "Getting Help" can look like.
Do you know how Prozac works? Or lithium? Did you know that electroshock therapy is still a thing? There's a lot to know about biomedical treatments and how they work in tandem with psychotherapy or talk therapy. In this episode of Crash Course Psychology, Hank talks about how Biomedical Treatments have evolved and how they work with other therapies.
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Source: Psychology 10th Edition David G. Myers (Jim Foley)