When considering using psychoanalytic approaches for working with diverse populations, the counselor should pay close attention to which of the following factors?
When a brief psychodynamic counselor uses an opportunity in session to clarify with clients and work through old childhood traumas and relational patterns that may show up in the counseling relationship, this is referred to as:
Jung believed in the idea of a collective unconscious. This was __________ the conscious and unconscious mind described by Freud.
Empathy is required of all good counselors. What is the best definition of empathy?
What is an accurate definition of countertransference?
Psychoanalytic and psychodynamic approaches in counseling are considered depth psychologies, because they explore __________.
Freud's drive theory is comprised of the idea that the human psyche is fueled by the energy of instinctual drive. The energy of the system is known as:
An analyst views symptoms presented by the client as expressions of__________ and also considers the primary and secondary gains of the symptom for the client.
One of the major differences between Erikson's psychosocial stages of development and Freud's psychosexual stages of development would be:
An individual who is able to spontaneously express need and desire while maintaining a clear distinction between self and other is believed to be the product of:
In general, current psychodynamic counseling involves three generic phases. What are the three phases?
Freud's three levels of consciousness include: the conscious, preconscious, and unconscious. Freud focused his work in which area of the consciousness?
Archetypes can be defined as:
In Freudian and ego psychology, analysts typically maintain a neutral relation to clients to provide a "blank slate" upon which clients can project unconscious material. This neutral stance also provides what?
Freudian analysts conceptualize client problems by examining how the __________ manages ongoing conflicts between the __________'s drives and the __________'s prohibitions.
What is transference?
Object relations theorists are most concerned with how an infant internalizes relationships in the first three years of life and the impact of those relationships on adult personality development. Relationships with whom become the templates for all future relationships?
To be clear, Freudian psychoanalysis is considered the root of all psychodynamic approaches. This type of treatment approach is characterized by what 3 concepts?