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Description You’ve been asked to participate in a public health campaign to help promote public awareness of the different forms of therapy and to reduce stigma toward seeking mental health treatment. Using research and information presented in Chapter 15 and at least 2 more scholarly sources, create a one page newsletter (or the equivalent of one page of writing) aimed at the general public addressing one of the options below. Your newsletter must be in creative newsletter format such as the image you see to the left. Other formats will not be accepted for credit. What are the goals and techniques of psychodynamic therapy? Applying specific terms and concepts, describe how a psychodynamic therapist would treat fear of intimacy (i.e., emotional closeness) in relationships. What are the goals and techniques of humanistic therapy? Applying specific terms and concepts, describe how a humanistic therapist would help a client who feels ashamed of his/her/their physical appearance. What are the goals and techniques of behavioral therapy? Applying specific terms and concepts from classical conditioning techniques, describe how a therapist would help a client overcome a severe fear of riding elevators. Be clear about the exact procedures that would be used. What are the goals and techniques of behavioral therapy? Applying specific terms and concepts from operant conditioning techniques, describe how a therapist would help an 8 year old child client who refuses to complete school work both at school and at home. Be clear about the exact procedures that would be used. What are the goals and techniques of cognitive therapy? Applying specific terms and concepts, describe how a therapist would treat a client who is suffering from depression and believes that he fails at everything he does and life isn’t worth living. Create a newsletter that addresses the potential benefits of drug therapy. Center the newsletter on this scenario: Mr. Andrews suffers from frequent episodes of extreme depression. When a friend suggests that he might be helped by drug therapy, Mr. Andrews responds, “Drugs are just a crutch for people who lack self-discipline and who want to hide from their problems. Besides, I’m not about to hand over control of my life to some psychiatrist and his magic pills.” Explain why Mr. Andrews’ ideas about drug therapy are inaccurate.