Recent Examples of psychotherapy from the Web
Their services are very broad and include diagnostic assessments, group psychotherapy for addiction and underlying mental health symptoms, aftercare and maintenance programs.
In research studies, patients treated with a combination of medication and psychotherapy had better outcomes than those treated with only one or the other.
Canadian health care doesn’t cover prescriptions, physical therapy and psychotherapy.
In The Emotional Life of the Toddler, the child-psychology and psychotherapy expert Alicia F. Lieberman details the dramatic triumphs and tribulations of kids ages 1 to 3.
Burgett – who came to Ohio from Texas in 2015, lied about her young son having cancer and sought unnecessary treatment for him at Cincinnati Children’s Hospital Medical Center – was ordered to undergo intensive psychotherapy for the next five years.
Attempts to cure what was viewed as deviant behavior or mental illness included electroshock therapy, massive hormone doses, intense psychotherapy and psychiatric hospitalization.
Plus, what a great value — years of psychotherapy in just a few seconds.
Desire is complicated and not likely stimulated by a just a food or a supplement or a medication or psychotherapy alone, says Krychman.
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Origin and Etymology of psychotherapy
First Known Use: circa 1890See Words from the same year
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