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His concentration was upon the procedural state of the mind as well as referring back to the memory. He had based his psychoanalytic technique on the episodic and the procedural states; in addition, setting forth in analyzing a narcissistic patient in his experiment. Sigmund Freud (1856-1939) is best acknowledged for his unconscious psychodynamic theory, indeed in structuring of human personality as well as in shaping the behavior. His theory was centralized upon the feelings and thoughts that we are normally unaware of in a general state. His attention was based on understanding the behavior that is primarily leading us from the sexual instincts, aggression, and drives.
Rogers is recognized for his approach to therapy where the “…client…” has a more direct role in the process (CITE). Whereas Freud is best known for his work on the unconscious mind. The theory of psychoanalysis, founded by Freud, asserted that people could be cured by “…making conscious their unconscious thoughts and motivations…”, therefore gaining insight into their behavior and state of being (CITE). The aim of psychoanalytic therapy is to release repressed emotions and experiences, because Freud believed that psychological problems are rooted in the unconscious mind. In certain cases, individuals would have manifested symptoms caused by “…latent…”, or hidden disturbances (CITE).
Psychoanalytic psychologists believe that typical causes of mental disorders root from unresolved conflicts and trauma. Psychoanalytic treatment is based on the idea that people are motivated by unrecognized wishes and desires. Treatment involves bringing the repressed conflict to consciousness so that the patient can learn to deal with it. There are many different ways in which the psychologist can bring the patient's conflict to consciousness including, rorschach ink blots, Freudian slip, and free
According to Sladyk (2008), interventions following the Psychodynamic Frame of Reference often lead clients to gain awareness of themselves and release what is inside of them (p. 2). This being said, art would be appropriate for Maggie to participate in. Art would allow her to release her emotions, and learn more about herself. Having an intervention of art for therapy would not only relate to the Psychodynamic Frame of Reference, but it would also relate to CMOP-E. Art relates to this model because Maggie would be engaging in a client-centered activity, leading her to learn more about herself, which she would then realize what she enjoys and finds
This is the manifestation of physical causes. He became convinced that unconscious mental causes were responsible not just abnormality but also normality. Freud developed Psychoanalysis. This is a set of techniques for treating the unconscious causes of mental disorders and built up a psychoanalytic theory of how human personality and abnormality develop from childhood. His psychoanalytic approach had a great impact on psychology and psychiatry and was developed by other psychodynamic theorists.