By Susan Cave
It is a basic creation to the numerous mental treatments in use this present day, together with cognitive-behavioural, humanistic and psychodynamic approaches.
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3: the case of Dora (Freud 1905) Dora (real name Ida Bauer) was referred to Freud by her father in 1900, at the age of eighteen. Her problems were depression, a nervous cough, loss of voice, and inability to relate to her family and their friends. She had recently fainted while arguing with her father, and had written a suicide note. , her husband, had made sexual advances to Dora when she was just fourteen, attempting to kiss her when they were alone together. He subsequently denied this and persuaded Dora’s father that she had imagined it.
The idea behind this was that when censorship is suspended there is more chance of unconscious material slipping past into consciousness. Another way to access the unconscious is to examine parapraxes or Freudian slips. According to the principle of psychic determinism, all of our behaviour has a cause, including accidents and slips of the tongue. For example, to refer to the ‘copulation explosion’ instead of the ‘population explosion’ could be regarded as a significant ‘prod’ from the id. Other ways in which unconscious material could slip out, which modern analysts are also alert to, include physiological reactions such as blushing and non-verbal cues such as tone of voice and posture.
Consciousness is regained after 22 S O M AT I C T H E R A P I E S about five to twenty minutes. Usually a series of four to six such treatments will be given over a period of several weeks. Evaluation of ECT The treatment has been shown to be effective for depression in 60 to 70 per cent of patients (Sackheim 1988). With suicidal patients it has the advantage that it is extremely rapid, and these days it is regarded as being one of the safest medical treatments available (Smith 1977; cited by Gross 1992).
Therapeutic approaches in psychology by Susan Cave