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Sep

8

Interpersonal Psychotherapy Techniques

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Interpersonal therapy is a therapeutic approach that uses the relationships of the patient in order to change his or her condition for the better. By improving the communication patterns of the patient, as well as the way that he or she relates to people, this therapy aims to treat depression. The interpersonal therapy comprises a […]

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Sep

8

Interpersonal Psychotherapy for Depression

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Interpersonal therapy is a method of treating depression and it is a short-term therapy with a precise, therefore limited focus of treatment. It is a very spread therapy mainly because it proved to be no less efficient than a drug-based therapy (antidepressants), also with a short-term application. Even if it was developed at first just […]

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Sep

8

Interpersonal Psychotherapy

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The interpersonal psychotherapy is a therapy time bound, which usually last for fourteen to sixteen weeks and bases itself on the alliance between the patient and the therapist. During these therapeutic sessions, the therapist uses empathy to connect to the patient and, thus, makes the patient connect to him, too. He tries to make the […]

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Sep

8

Body-Oriented Psychotherapy

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There is a type of psychotherapy that uses the body as a doorway to the psychic of person, by gathering information from it and also using it as a tool to improve certain aspects from his or her psychological life. Of course, this is not the only approach of this therapy called body oriented or […]

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Sep

8

Types of Mental Therapy

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Psychotherapy is a term defining the rather technical part of the communication between a person who becomes a patient when going to a professional to treat any physical or psychological disorder and he therapist himself. Moreover, not only the communication represents the psychotherapy itself, but also establishing a relationship that aims to improve the patient’s […]

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Sep

8

Systems of Psychotherapy

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The twentieth century brought a lot of news concerning psychotherapies. Besides the relatively vast number of therapies that were defined, they also suffered a lot of changes with regards to the approaches, the efficiency and the method or combinations of methods that are used to bring cure to whomever needs it. Some of them can […]

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Sep

8

History of Mental Therapy

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Psychology as a science did not have its birthday in 1879, when Wilhelm Wundt opened the first psychological clinic in the history, but goes way back, because assessing and treating mental disorders had already been main targets for people. Some thinkers in the Middle and Far East have tried to deal with mental distress by […]

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Sep

8

Mental Therapy – what it is?

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People turn to mental therapy in their attempt of solving some psychological problems and they either can go alone to a therapist, either as a couple, family or a group. Through the psychotherapeutic interaction with a trained professional, they can address a very large types and number of problems, as long as they fit in […]

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Aug

22

Does the law of attraction really work? – A skeptical & scientific perspective

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The law of attraction became a marketing term I would like to compare the law of attraction with superfoods. Superfoods are a broad marketing term describing a group of foods  that are supposedly far more nutritious than any other food.  While this term is very commonly used in health food stores  and  very popular in pop health […]

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