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What can psychiatrists do?

Diagnostic evaluations
Psychotherapy
Medication management

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What can clinical psychologists do?

Administer & interpret psychological testing
Development of prevention & treatment programs
Psychotherapy
Expert testimony

3

What can counseling psychologists do?

Counseling
Psychotherapy
Assessments
Consultation

4

What can educational psychologists do?

Diagnostic & psychological assessments
Counseling
Mediation
Refers to other professionals

5

What can licensed clinical professional counselors do?

Therapy

6

What can psychiatric social workers do?

Mental health assessments
Case management
Group facilitators

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What can a counselor do?

Collect case history data
Tests for interests & aptitudes
Help a patient meet their goals

8

What is psychodynamic or psychoanalytic psychotherapy used for?

Severe & chronic personality disorders
Persistent problems in coping with life events

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How to reduce symptoms during behavioral therapy?

Relaxation techniques
Changing factors that reinforce symptoms
Graduated exposure to distressing stimuli

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What is behavioral therapy used for?

Anxiety disorders
Depression
Psychosomatic complaints

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Define Cognitive Behavioral Therapy

Assumption that negative thoughts promote anxiety or depression

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What is CBT used for?

Depression
Anxiety Disorder
Problems with substance abuse

13

What is the first therapy that has shown positive changes in Borderline Personality Disorder?

Dialectical behavioral therapy
CBT & mindfulness

14

Define Consciousness

Awareness of self & environment

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Define Emotion

Psychic felling with a physiological response

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Define Motor Behavior

Physical movement

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Define Cognitive Process

Forming mental images or concepts

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Define Speech

Utterances of vocal sounds

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Define Perception

Recognition & interpretation of sensory stimuli

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Define Hallucinations

Something that the patient perceives that has no physical stimulus

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Define Illusions

Based on an external stimulus

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Define Delusions

Fixed belief that has no basis in reality
Can be very hard to break

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Define Memory

Reservoir of past experiences

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Define Intelligence

Potential ability & capacity to acquire, retain, and apply understanding, knowledge, reasoning, or judgement

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Define Insight

Capacity to understand true nature of situation

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Define Judgement

Recognizes relationship of ideas
Form correct conclusions

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Portions of a Psychiatric Interview

Behavioral orientation
Feelings/emotions
Behaviors
Expressions

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4 Parts of Building Rapport

Reflection
Silence
Confrontation
Reassurance

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How to build rapport through reflection

State what they said back to them in your own words

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How to build rapport through silence

Give them time to communicate