Ch 29: Consultation Models in Psychology

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Our short, engaging video lessons will help you learn about the different consultation models in psychology. Gain insight into the many possible contexts for individual and group therapy as well as tips and techniques for each.

Consultation Models in Psychology - Chapter Summary

There are as many approaches to psychological treatment as there are people seeking treatment. Our instructors explain how to assess the best approach to therapy in specific contexts, including individual and group therapy. You will learn to distinguish, assess, and treat the specific group as well as the purpose and benefits of group counseling. As you progress through the chapter, you'll learn about the structure and history of group counseling, types of support groups, and other groups an individual may be a part of, including:

  • Community mental health initiatives
  • Support groups
  • Religious or spiritual groups
  • Couples or families

These video lessons and self-assessment quizzes help make tracking your learning progress easier. Our professional instructors provide focused segments on key aspects of consultation models. You can check your progress through the chapter from your Dashboard and view a brief summary from the video tags in the Timeline to quickly find specific points.

8 Lessons in Chapter 29: Consultation Models in Psychology
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Individual Therapy: Psychodynamic, Cognitive & Behavioral

1. Individual Therapy: Psychodynamic, Cognitive & Behavioral

What are the different approaches to individual therapy? In this lesson, we'll watch as Mary tries to find the type of individual therapy that works best for her. Will she be able to overcome her problems? Let's find out!

Couples Therapy: Definition & Techniques

2. Couples Therapy: Definition & Techniques

In this lesson, you'll learn what couples therapy is, how it can be useful, and some of the techniques that are used. Once completed, you can take a short quiz to gauge your level of understanding.

What Is Family Therapy? - Techniques & Concept

3. What Is Family Therapy? - Techniques & Concept

In this lesson, you will learn about common family system problems and some of the techniques that are used in the assessment and treatment of families. After completing the lesson, you can take a short quiz to gauge your level of understanding.

Group Therapy: Definition, Uses & Types

4. Group Therapy: Definition, Uses & Types

When an individual has personal problems they want to work on with the help of a professional therapist, they don't necessarily have to do it one-on-one. They could benefit from group therapy instead. When is group therapy a good option?

Community Approaches to Mental Health Treatment: Prevention & Intervention

5. Community Approaches to Mental Health Treatment: Prevention & Intervention

How are people with mental illnesses treated? In this lesson, we'll look at community mental health initiatives aimed at helping people prevent and get treatment for psychological disorders.

What Is a Support Group? - Definition & Types

6. What Is a Support Group? - Definition & Types

You may have heard of Alcoholics Anonymous (AA) or Mothers Against Drunk Drivers (MADD). These are popular, nationally-recognized support groups. There are many types and benefits to support groups - find out more in this lesson.

Introspection and Self-Awareness Theory in Psychology: Definition & Examples

7. Introspection and Self-Awareness Theory in Psychology: Definition & Examples

How do introspection and self-awareness affect the way we view ourselves? In this lesson, we'll look at the definition, examples, and effects of introspection and self-awareness.

Religious and Spiritual Development in Counseling

8. Religious and Spiritual Development in Counseling

Religious or spiritual discussions do not just happen in churches. This lesson looks into spiritual and religious counseling done by therapists and why it is of interest to clients.

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