How does this treatment differ from a behavior therapy approach?

How does this treatment differ from a behavior therapy approach?

How does this treatment differ from a behavior therapy approach? 150 150 Nyagu

Question Description
I’m working on a psychology writing question and need an explanation to help me learn.

1.) Discussion Topic – Life Without Fear and Anxiety

SM has no fear, she lives entirely without this one emotion due to a rare medical condition. One might reason that her life should be perfect, but it is not. According to psychologist Paul Ekman, all humans are born with six basic emotions: anger, disgust, fear, happiness, sadness, and surprise.

You can read more about other and more global ideas of what the range of emotions are here:

https://www.psychologytoday.com/us/blog/hide-and-seek/201601/what-are-basic-emotions

After you have contemplated being hardwired with a set of six emotions, read the transcript to this podcast about SM–scroll down to the second mention of “This is INVISIBILIA” if you are short on time and go from there. Then, speculate and discuss why we need fear and anxiety, how it can cause us mental distress, but also how it shapes a healthy life. What do you think her existence is like without one of the basic emotions? How might it affect your parenting, driving, crossing the street and do forth? Finally, If you could chose to eliminate one of your emotions, which one would it be and why?

Remember, do not use any sources you found outside of this GoView class for your answers,

initial response (of 150-250 words),

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2.) Discussion

Now that you have watched the Yalom therapy session consider the

following to deepen your thoughts about Humanistic Therapy:

How does this treatment differ from a behavior therapy approach? How would a behaviorist have treated this woman? Be as specific as possible, using examples from the video to “re-treat” her using behavior therapy, and explain how behavior therapy differs from Yalom’s humanistic approach.

Then, reflect on one of the humanistic credos “It is the relationship that heals.” Yalom felt that he should have a therapeutic relationship with his clients that was highly authentic, consisting of deep caring and empathy for the client on his part, even if the client was a criminal – he called that unconditional positive regard. What kinds of barriers might you have to get past to give others unconditional positive regard if you were treating clients in a prison setting?

Remember, do not use any sources you found outside of this GoView class for your answers,

initial response (of 150-250 words),