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Psychotherapy: Humanistic, Rational-Emotive, & Cognitive Approaches

Psychotherapy: Humanistic, Rational-Emotive, & Cognitive Approaches

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This lesson will discuss humanistic, rational-emotive, and cognitive approached to psychotherapy.

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This lesson will discuss humanistic, rational-emotive, and cognitive approached to psychotherapy.

Source: Video created by Mollie McQuillan

TERMS TO KNOW
  • Client-Centered Therapy

    Humanist therapy developed by Carl Rogers, emphasizes accepting one’s true self by exploring their growth potential. Based on four cores principles: empathy, authenticity, unconditional positive regard, and reflection.

  • Self-Help

    An approach to psychology that attempts to empower the individual to solve their own mental or behavioral problems.

  • Cognitive Therapy

    Cognitive therapy that emphasizes changing the client's internal mental processes by identifying and changing irrational beliefs.

  • Rational Emotive Therapy

    Cognitive therapy that emphasizes changing the client's internal dialogue by focusing on the ABC's (activating event, beliefs, emotional consequence).

  • Humanistic Therapy

    Style of therapy that is non-directive and focuses on the client’s growth; the client has free will.

  • Authenticity

    Therapist must respond to the client in a genuine way.

  • Empathy

    Feeling with someone; attempting to understand the feelings of the client.

  • Unconditional Positive Regard

    A sense of caring that is not dependent on the client’s actions; respect and caring toward the client.

  • Reflection

    Therapist does not interpret the clients’ statements, but repeats them back for the client to hear and judge.