Gestalt Therapy (Perls)

Gestalt Therapy (Perls)

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Exaggeration Experiment

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Section 1

(32 cards)

Exaggeration Experiment

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closely resembles paradox

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People are part of their ______ and must be viewed as such

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environment

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Top Dog

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Critical parent portion of personality; authoritarian; uses "shoulds" and "oughts"

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Underdog

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Part of personality seen as weak, powerless, passive, full of excuses

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Explosive Layer

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person has relief due to authenticity

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Gestalt therapists are generally rather

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confrontational

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Techniques employed?

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Empty-chair technique; playing the projection; converting questions to statements

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Retroflection

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the act of doing to yourself what you really wish to do to someone else

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Implosive Layer

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willingness to expose the true self

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Layers of Neurosis

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phony layer, phobic layer, impasse layer, implosive layer, explosive layer

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Emphasizes experience rather than

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interpretation

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Father of Gestalt Therapy

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Fritz Perls

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An integral part of the gestalt approach to counseling?

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Dream work

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Critics assert that gestalt therapy is an affective (emotional) treatment that

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often fails to emphasize cognitive concerns

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Primarily concerned with the...

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Here-and-now

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Perls suggested _______ which must be peeled away to reach emotional stability.

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five layers of neurosis

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Projection

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Ego defense mechanism in which you see something in others that you cannot accept about yourself

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Dream Work

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Client is told to recount a dream as if it is happening in the present

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"Playing the Projection" means...

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Counselor literally asks you to act like the person you dislike

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Psychodrama

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incorporates role-playing into the treatment process

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When a ct. tries to avoid a feeling, a gestalt therapist will urge client to face it or...

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stay with the feeling

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Confrontation occurs when

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the therapist points out discrepancies between the client's verbal and non-verbal behaviors

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Gestalt means

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a form, figure, or configuration unified as a whole or whole is greater than sum of its parts

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Relationship b/t gestalt therapist and client may progress at a _________ rate that relationship b/t client and Rogerian counselor

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slower

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Phobic Layer

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fear that others will reject his uniqueness

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Gestalt therapists emphasize

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experiments and exercises

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Goal is to eliminatie "it" talk and replace it with

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"I statements"

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3 most common principles relating to gestalt psychology are

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insight learning; Zeigarnik effect; "phi-phenomenon"

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Unexpressed emotions are known as

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unfinished business

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Popular modality for

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group work

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Gestalt Therapy, a paradigm that focuses on the here-and-now, incorporates

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psychodrama

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Impasse Layer

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the person feels struck

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