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PRACTICE TEACHING ON BEHAVIOUR THEARAPY

SUBMITTED TO: Mr Vishal Naikare SUBMITTED BY : Mr Sachin Thorat

INTRODUCTION

DEFINITIONS

BEHAVIOR :Behavior is any

observable recordable and


measurable act, movement or

response.

DEFINITIONS

PSYCHOTHERAPY: A method of treatment based on development of intimate (therapeutic) relationship between client/ patient and therapist for the purpose of exploring and modifying the clients behavior in satisfying direction

A form of treatment for problems of an emotional nature in which a trained person deliberately establishes a professional relationship with the objectives of removing ,modifying or retarding existing systems of mediating disturbed pattern of behaviour and promoting positive personality ,growth and development.

DEFINITION OF BEHAVIOUR THERAPY

Behavior therapy is a type of psychotherapy based on theories of learning and aims in change learning maladaptive behavior and substituting it with adaptive behavior.

TYPES OF PSYCHOTHERAPY

ASSUMPTIONS OF BEHAVIOUR THERAPY


All behavior is learned . Human being are passive organisms that can be conditioned or shaped to do anything if correct responses are rewarded or reinforced.

Treatment strategies are individually designed

Cont..

Behavior assessment is focused more on the current behavior rather than on historical.

Maladaptive behavior can be unlearned and replaced by adaptive behavior if person receives exposure to specific stimuli and reinforcement for desired adaptive behavior

THEORIES OF LEARNING
Trial and error theory(edward lee throndike) Law of effect Law of exercise Law of readiness

Classical conditioning( pavlov) Operant conditioning learning (BF Skinner)

THEORIES OF LEARNING

PURPOSES OF BEHAVIOUR THERAPY


1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

To help the client to change his behavior To change thought To learn new pattern of behavior Act as a treatment modality for individual To improve the performance /learning

INDICATIONS OF BEHAVIOUR THERAPY

Phobic disorder

OCD

Cont

Generalized anxiety disorder Panic disorder Habit disorder Sexual dysfunctions Social skill deficit Eating disorder

Cont.

Alcohol dependence Mentally retarded child Stress

TECHNIQUES OF BEHAVIOUR THERAPY

Relaxation training
Systematic desensitization Assertive training Aversion therapy Reciprocal inhibition Flooding Token economy

Extinction

Contingency contracting
Timeout Shaping Modeling Premack principle

RELAXATION Meditation Deep breathing Exercise Progressive muscle relaxation Biofeedback Mental imaginary

Cont

Systematic desensitization

Token economy

Positive reinforcement

Cont
FLOODING

Cont

AVERSION THERAPY

Overt desensitization
Covert desensitization

Extinction

Contingency contracting
Timeout Shaping Modelling Premack principle

Cont

Assertive training

Extinction Contingency contracting Timeout Shaping

ROLE OF NURSE

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