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The Use of Spirituality in Coping with Addiction
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9 pages in length. Spirituality can indeed become the best resort for a family struggling with the problems of addiction. There is the underlying spiritual framework in one's life which is based on the fact that the universe as we have come to know it is in process of perpetual change. Bibliography lists 7 sources.
Filename: JGAspadd.wps

Therapeutic Approaches: Feminist Perspective
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A 5 page paper. There has long been a conflict between feminist perspectives and different psychotherapeutic approaches. Freud's theories were being criticized as early the 1920s by early feminists. This model is considered highly patriarchal. On the other hand, there are approaches that complement the feminist perspective. The criticisms and the support are discussed. Bibliography lists 3 sources.
Filename: PGpsyfem.wps

Therapeutic Interventions; Existentialism
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This 6 page paper (including 2 page paper outline), considers this style of therapy. The modalities of the intervention and the processes involved in an existentialist approach. The paper examines how this is achieved and the process of the therapy and then goes on to look at the strangest and weaknesses of this approach. The bibliography cites 3 sources.
Filename: TEtherex.wps

Transactional Analysis
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A short, but detailed 4 page research paper on the therapy and its uses by the counselor. The writer details the substance of the therapy and how it is applied. Bibliography lists 6 sources.
Filename: Transact.doc

Treating American Beauty
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A 10 page research paper that takes the rather unusual form of applying person-center therapy and cognitive therapy to a character from the film American Beauty. The writer speculates what might have happened if Colonel Fitts had received therapy before his homicidal rage ended Lester Burnham's life. Bibliography lists 5 sources.
Filename: khptamb.rtf

“Humanistic Psychotherapy”
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A five page paper which looks the way in which new models of psychotherapy have evolved out of earlier theories of Freudian psychoanalysis and behaviourism, and concentrated instead on stressing the importance of a more holistic approach, in terms of the interaction between individuals and society. Bibliography lists 9 sources
Filename: JLhumanistpsych.wps

“Love’s Executioner”: A Review of the Psychotherapeutic Work of Author Irvin D. Yalom
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A 5 page review of “Love's Executioner: And Other Tales of Psychotherapy” written by psychotherapist Irvin D. Yalom. The book reveals some of the most personal reflections of his patients’ desires and motivations. The book is much more than a revealing look at the minds of disturbed patients, however, it is also a record of the struggles, mistakes, failures, and successes, of the psychotherapist. Indeed, it is this revealing aspect of “Love's Executioner” which makes the book a tremendously useful and constructive resource to practicing psychotherapist as well as to those who wish to gain insight on the relationship which exists between psychotherapist and patient. No additional sources are listed.
Filename: PPpsych2.rtf

“Self-Talk”
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An eight page paper which examines the process of self-talk as a form of intrapersonal communication and looks at the ways in which it can be utilised to facilitate the cognitive process, increase positivity of attitude and improve self-esteem. Bibliography lists 7 sources.
Filename: JLselftalk.wps


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