Page1: -Part 1: reading the first 2 chapters of the book titled, Love’s Executio
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reading the first 2 chapters of the book titled, Love’s Executioner and other clinical tales. Provide evidence from the book to support your answers, in the form of paraphrasing and quotes. Paraphrasing is best (cite page numbers). please read chapter 1 of the book and answer to the following questions in about 150-200 words:
1) Analyze how Thelma prevents intimacy from developing in the therapeutic relationship with Dr. Yalom.
2) How does Dr. Yalom’s view of Matthew change after they meet? Describe Dr. Yalom’s impression of Mathew before, during, and after the meeting.
1）in chapter 2, Dr. Yalom says that the most important aspect of therapy is the “relationship. “ Why? Analyze what Dr. Yalom means by this statement. 2) The turning point for Carlos occurs during a therapy session in which Dr. Yalom asks Carlos to imagine applying his hypothetical perfect world to which member of his family? How does this change Carlos’ point of view?
3) Explain one of the symbolic insights Carlos has following this pivotal meeting? How does this change him?
4) Finally, Contrast the relationship that exists between Dr. Yalom and Thelma (from chapter 1), versus Dr. Yalom and Carlos. Do you think that the quality of the relationships impact the amount of progress seen in these two cases? Explain. Page2:
Please go to the website:
and view the film, “ The Released.”
I would like you to construct a case study analysis of Lynne Moore and post the analysis to this discussion forum in a 250-300 word post. In the case study, please include the following information
-First give 1-2 sentences on basic demographic background information- approx. age, gender, ethnicity, SES.
-Next, in 2-4 sentences, describe how we first meet Lem Moore and his mental condition at that time.
-Next in 4-6 sentences, describe Lem’s efforts to survive and succeed on the outside of prison.
-The Director of the “Refuge of Hope” describes obstacles people like Lem Moore face to success once leaving prison. Briefly explain in another 3-4 sentences.
-Describe the outcome of Lynne Moore’s case and his last appearance in the film in another 2 sentences.
**Two more clear requirements documents are uploaded below.
The book Love’s Executioner needed on the first page can be searched online.
In addition, the two parts of the first page need to be answered separately.
The other two files (Module 7, Module 9) may need to be used in the answer on the second page**