Chapter 7. Seventh Edition. Berger: The Developing Person Through Childhood and Adolescence, 7th Edition, Chapter 7. What does “psychosocial” mean?. Introduction To Development Test 1 > Chapter 7 – First Two Years During infancy, interactions with sensitive, responsive ___ foster psychosocial development. Bowlby’s attachment theory came about by John Bowlby and Mary Ainsworth in the ‘s and ‘s. • Bowlby held a strong psychoanalytic.

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The foci that respond best to STAPP are unresolved Oedipal conflicts, but loss, separation issues, and grief may also be acceptable. At age 15, Stella ran off with a boyfriend who was also her pimp. The substance abuser relates to the substance in the same maladaptive relationship patterns that she experienced developmentally with the mother.

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Her therapist, Christopher, is a well-trained psychodynamically psychoscoial therapist. Many therapists who conduct substance abuse treatment from a psychodynamic perspective are comfortable combining insight-oriented therapy with concrete, behavioral interventions. The abuse of drugs is part of a “false self” that the individual creates to ward off these painful feelings.

Following are examples of statements that could reflect a client’s core RS: This focus must be agreed on by the client and therapist. Cocaine-dependent people are believed to be seeking relief from intense depression or emotional lability as in bipolar disorders or attention deficit disorder.

However, drug counseling alone was helpful for clients with lower levels of psychopathology Woody et al. psycgosocial

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Self Psychology was founded by Heinz Kohut, M. Mark and Faude theorized that substances of abuse substitute a “chemical reaction” in place of experiences and that these chemically induced experiences can block the impact of other external events. The superegoformed during latency between age 5 and pubertyoperates to control psychosicial drives through guilt Messer and Warren, Further, the substance abuse and the core conflict will always be conceptualized within an interpersonal framework.


This model of dynamic therapy can be offered as an open-ended or a time-limited approach Luborsky, ; Luborsky and Mark, However, these typical reactions also fit her core theme: Working with the client’s perceptions of reality rather than arguing Asking questions Sidestepping rather than confronting defenses Demonstrating the denial defense while interacting with the client to show develipment how it works.

For example, a child is psychosocixl on the parent’s love and praise to develop a sense of self-worth psychosocia, self-esteem. BAP is a short-term analytic model developed to treat clients with personality disorders, although it is applicable to other groups of clients as well Pollack et al. SE is the therapeutic approach used.

Those who have coexisting psychopathology with their substance abuse disorder. Therapists using this approach will Develop a good therapeutic alliance Formulate and respond to central relationship patterns Understand and respond to how the symptom fits into cg7 central relationship pattern Attend to and respond to concerns about separation therapy termination Make interpretations that are appropriate to the client’s level of awareness Recognize pschosocial client’s need to test the therapeutic relationship in transference terms Frame the symptoms as problem-solving or coping attempts.

Was this how Christopher was treating her when he called her physician? She psychozocial as a medical technician until she injured her back 3 months ago.

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To introduce clients into treatment. The alliance that develops between therapist and client is a very important factor in successful therapeutic outcomes Luborsky, However, many psychodynamic therapists work with substance-abusing clients, in conjunction with traditional drug and alcohol treatment programs or as the sole therapist for clients with coexisting disorders, using forms of brief psychodynamic therapy described in more detail below.


The goals of supportive therapy are to ameliorate symptoms and to maintain, restore, or improve self-esteem, adaptive skills, and ego function. Short-term psychodynamic therapies can contribute to the armamentarium of treatments for substance abuse disorders. As such, it is based in a highly developed and multifaceted theory of human development and interaction. This approach to brief dynamic therapy was developed for use with clients who are dealing with recent stressful events, such as traumatic experiences or the death of a loved one Horowitz, Two years later she ran away with another man, a particularly sadistic pimp.

Quiz: Newman/Newman, Development Through Life: A Psychosocial Approach 10e, Chapter 7

I’ll find them soon. National Center for Biotechnology InformationU. Stella said she was closer to her father, whom she described as gentle. The more severe the client’s disorder, the more time it will take. This would be considered a variant of borderline psychopathology, which is viewed as a fairly severe disturbance of ego functioning and object relations. The researchers found that once-weekly therapy, of either type, was not associated with significant progress.

In the treatment of substance abuse disorders, defenses are seen as a means of resisting change–changes that inevitably involve eliminating or at least reducing drug use. Adding professional psychotherapies either SE or cognitive-behavioral to drug counseling benefited clients with higher levels of psychopathology more than using drug counseling alone. So, she deserves dsvelopment fate.