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eLearning for Skype
Note: solution requires ConceptDraw MINDMAP or later.
This solution extends ConceptDraw MINDMAP with the ability to prepare and run remote learning via Skype.
It lets you create educational materials and present remotely to students using Skype conference call.
It works great with other ConceptDraw Solution Park solutions such as Word Exchange, Presentation Exchange, and Mind Map Exchange.
This mind map is an interactive learning brochure which contains topics of integrative psychotherapy with the associated affirmations.
Example 1. Integrative Psychotherapy
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- Sigmund Freud
- Mental health counselor (MHC)
- Harvey Jackins
Transactional analysis (TA)
- Eric Berne
- Cognitive behavioral therapy
- Fritz Perls
- Laura Perls
- Paul Goodman
- Wilhelm Reich
- Ernst Wilhelm von Brücke
Family systems therapy
- Bateson Project
- Gregory Bateson
Person-centered therapy (PCT)
- Carl Rogers
- Irvin D. Yalom
Different routes to integrative psychotherapy
- Handbook of Psychotherapy Integration (Norcross & Goldfried, 2005)
Common factors theory
- Dodo bird verdict
- Jerome Frank (Frank & Frank, 1991)
- Bruce Wampold (2001)
- Miller, Duncan and Hubble (2005)
- Common factors theory
- Arnold Lazarus (2005)
Systematic Treatment Selection (STS)
- Larry E. Beutler (Beutler, Consoli, & Lane, 2005)
- Multimodal therapy
- Paul Wachtel (Wachtel, Kruk, & McKinney, 2005)
Cognitive analytic therapy
- Anthony Ryle (2005)
Transtheoretical Model of Behavior Change
- James O. Prochaska (Prochaska and DiClemente’s, 2005)
- Cyclical Psychodynamics
- Psychodynamic foundation (Frank, 1999; Stricker & Gold, 2005)
- Cognitive-behavioral therapy (Castonguay, Newman, Borkovec, Holtforth, & Maramba, 2005)
Emerging models that combine routes
Three Stage Model
- Hill (2004)
Integration of common factors and technical eclecticism
- Good and Beitman (2006)
Multitheoretical psychotherapy (MTP)
- Jeff E. Brooks-Harris (2008)
- Three Stage Model
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