The effects of young schema domains, young maladaptive coping styles, and young parenting styles on working alliance among supervisors, therapists, and the clients

Download
2014
Köse Karaca, Bahar
In the current study, the aim was to measure the effects of Young schema domains, Young maladaptive coping styles, and Young parenting styles on working alliance among supervisors, therapists, and the clients. Participants were eight supervisors (clinical psychology doctorate students), twelve therapists (clinical psychology master students), and four clients (applicants to AYNA Psychotherapy Unit). In order to measure working alliance, two types of measurement based on qualitative (open ended questions and relational circles (developed by the researcher) and quantitative (Working alliance inventory/supervisor-therapist and therapist-client forms) methods were used. According to results, a relationship between Young schemas, parent styles, and coping styles and working alliance was found among supervisors, therapists, and clients. Associations were discussed in line with Schema Theory.

Suggestions

The evaluation of psychotherapists in movies in terms of emotional intelligence
Banlı Pala, Müge; Gençöz, Faruk; Department of Psychology (2009)
The aim of the current study was to investigate the impact of psychotherapists’ Emotional Intelligence (EI) on adolescent patients’ perceptions about psychotherapists’ success and on adolescent patients’ preference about psychotherapists to consult. In order to examine EI level of psychotherapists who are represented in selected movies, the Scale for Evaluating Psychotherapist’s Emotional Intelligence was created for specific to this study. 50 high school students aged between 16 and 18 were participated in...
The Predictive roles of perceived social support, early maladaptive schemas, parenting styles, and schema coping processes in well-being and burnout levels of primary caregivers of dementia patients
Ayrancı, Elçin; Bozo Özen, Özlem; Department of Psychology (2015)
The main purpose of the current study was to investigate the predictive roles of perceived social support, early maladaptive schemas, parenting styles, and schema coping processes in well-being and burnout levels of primary caregivers of dementia patients.Ninety-nine adult children as the primary caregivers of dementia patients completed the measures of Young Schema Questionnaires (YSQ), Young Parenting Inventory (YPI), Young Compensation Inventory (YCI), Young Rygh Avoidance Inventory (YRAI), Maslach Burno...
The Relationship between birth order, perceived parenting styles, and early maladaptive schemas
Nilüfer, Gözde; Canel Çınarbaş, Deniz; Department of Psychology (2016)
The aim of the current study was to investigate the relationship between birth order, perceived parenting styles, and early maladaptive schemas. We aimed to investigate differences in schema domains and perceived parenting styles based on birth order status of individuals. For this purpose, 294 individuals participated in the study. They were between the ages of 18 and 30. Only participants whose parents were still married were included in the study. Also, participants were excluded if their parents had die...
The examination of the roles of parental acceptance-rejection/control, personality traits and coping strategies on psychological distress
Işık, Bilgen; Gençöz, Tülin; Department of Psychology (2010)
The purpose of the current study was to examine the path of parental acceptancerejection/ control, personality traits, coping strategies and psychological distress consequently. For the purpose of this study, 444 adults (134 male, 308 female, and 2 unknown) between the ages of 17 and 35 (M = 21.60, SD = 2.77) participated in the current study. The data was collected by a questionnaire battery including a Demographic Variable Sheet, Mother and Father Forms of Parent Acceptance- Rejection/Control Questionnair...
The impact of parental control and marital conflict on adolescents’ self-regulation and adjustment
Harma, Mehmet; Sümer, Nebi; Department of Psychology (2008)
The current study aims to increase understanding of influences on and consequences of self-regulation in adolescence. Previous work has shown that higher levels of self-regulation are associated with greater social competence and lower levels problem behaviors. Past studies have posited that parenting and interparental conflict are linked to self-regulation and adjustment in childhood and adolescence. However, the mechanism underlying the potential effects of specific parental behaviors and interparental co...
Citation Formats
B. Köse Karaca, “The effects of young schema domains, young maladaptive coping styles, and young parenting styles on working alliance among supervisors, therapists, and the clients,” Ph.D. - Doctoral Program, Middle East Technical University, 2014.