Psych Tech II

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Midterm Review Psychotherapy Tech. II Summer 2010
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  1. Name the Primary Defense Mechanisms
    • (SWOPIDD)
    • Splitting of the ego
    • Withdrawl (Primative)
    • Omnipotent Control
    • Projection- Itrojection- Projective Identification
    • Idealization (Primative) and Devaluation
    • Denial
    • Dissociation
  2. Name the Secondary Defense Mechanisims
    The Higher Ordered Mechanisims
    • SCRAT MISURRID
    • Sexualization
    • Compartmentalization
    • Repression
    • Acting Out
    • Turning against the self

    • Moralization
    • Isolation
    • Sublimation
    • Undoing
    • Regression
    • Rationalization
    • Intelectualization
    • Displacement
  3. Retreat from personal and social situations
    Withdrawing into fantasy world: "auttistic fantasy"
    Highly perceptive of others feelings
    Primary Withdrawal
  4. If I don't acknolegde it, it isn't happening
    first reaction to catastrophe
    Pollyanna Personalities
    Main defense in Hypomanics and Manics
    Denial
  5. Awareness of locus of control in others
    Some residue remains in all of us and contributes to the feelings of competence
    Getting over on other people
    Omnipotent Control
  6. Primative Fantasy
    It occurs at different levels throughout life
    Fusion with a Benevolant other translates to the fact that they are safe.
    Hope to be free of shame
    Primative Idealization
  7. Motivated forgetting or ignoring
    turning something away and keeping it at a distance
    may be deliberately assigned to be unconscious
    Only applies when the ideal emotion has the power to upset
    Becomes Problematic when it fails to do the job
    REPRESSION
  8. Unconscious shift to a less mature pattern of behavior- common and uncomplicated
    Pattern of becoming "sick" at face of life stress
    Used by Hypochondriacts
    Infantile Personality: Reliance on regression
    REGRESSION
  9. Separating the affective experince from cognition
    psychic numbing
    done by surgeons
    Obsessive Personality
    ISOLATION
  10. downside of the need to idealize
    since noone is perfect they are doomed for dissapointment
    the more the object is idealized, the more is devaluated
    DEVALUATION
  11. Lack of psychological boundry b/w self and the world
    there is no differentiation
    Projection and Itrojection
  12. the process whereby what is outside is misunderstood as coming from inside
    Introjection
  13. The process whereby what is inside is misunderstood as coming from outside
    Projection
  14. Projection and Identification
    Discussed by Klein
    The patient projects internal objects and gets the person whom they are projecting unto to behave like those objects as if the target had the same introjects
    Ranges from primative to advanced
    Associated with Borderline
    Projective Identification
  15. Derived from a preverbal time
    no object constancy, no ambivalence
    Always involves dostortions
    Split internally
    Creates Splits in others
    SPLITTING OF THE EGO
  16. Higher order version of Isolation
    Speak about their feelings but they are void of emotion
    highest ego strength to think rationally regarding a highly emotional meaning
    Intellectualization
  17. Enables one to find a reson for EVERYTHING
    Make lemonade out of lemons
    Negative people apply it to all situations
    RATIONALIZATION
  18. Relative of rationalization
    seeks ways to feel that it is ones duty to pursue a specific outcome
    The self righteous quality
    HITLER
    Advanced version of Splitting
    OCD PATIENTS
    MORALIZATION
  19. Permits two conflicting conditions to exist w/o conscious confusion, guilt, shame, or anxiety
    There is a rift b/w incompatible cognitive sets
    The golden rule or principle of looking out for #1.
    COMPATMENTALIZATION
  20. Successor to Omnipotent
    Magical Quality
    Unconscious effort to counter balance
    Religious Rituals
    Childhood games
    UNDOING
  21. Redirectiong of some negative affect
    "If only I were a better person"
    Self attacks and negativism
    Common in depressive personalities
    TURNING AGAINST THE SELF
  22. Redirection of a Drive or emotion from one object to another because the original object is to anxiety ridden
    Triangulation: Displacement phenomenon in family therapy
    Lust and sexual fantansies can be displaced
    Parataxic Distortions (Sullivan)
    DISPLACEMENT
  23. Enacting frightening scenarios- the patient turns from passive into active
    Acting out in therapy to induce parental reactions
    Exhibitionism, voyeurism, sadism, and masochism
    ACTING OUT
  24. Erotization: sexualization without acting out
    sexual arousal is a means of feeling alive
    Sexualization
  25. Expression of biologically based impulse in a society valuable form
    healthy b/c the fostered behavior is beneficial to others
    SUBLIMINATION
  26. tendency to unconsciously assign your feelings to another person
    Client to Therapist
    TRANSFERENCE
  27. Redirection of the Psychotherapist's feelings unto the patient
    Therapist to Client
    COUNTERTRANSFERENCE
  28. re-enacting patients experience
    PARALLEL PROCESS
  29. feeling and being in touch with your clients
    Concordent countertransference
  30. Feeling how mom would feel after just having one session with the child
    Complementary Countertransference
  31. Kernberg's Three Channels of Communication
    • Verbal
    • Body
    • Affective Transmition
  32. Someone who has no problem having issues is known as
    EGOSYNTONIC
  33. relationships based on love and being like them
    relatively unconflicted
    ANALITIC IDENTIFICATION
  34. Unconscious and Problematic
    defense against fear and impotence
    IDENTIFICATION WITH THE AGRESSOR
  35. Getting stuck in a Stage
    ex. ANAL RETENTIVE
    FIXATION
  36. The three developmental levels of personality are:
    • Neurotic
    • Borderline
    • Psychotic

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