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Psychotherapy's benefits for ... by Dr. Rubens D. Medical Doctor Posted Wed 29 May 2013 11:36am Psychotherapy's benefits for depression Treatments for depression that don't involve antidepressant drugs but rather focus on different forms of talking therapy (referred to as psychotherapeutic interventions) are all beneficial, with no one form of therapy being better than the others, according to a study by international researchers publi ... Read on »
How to Engage in Meaningful, Successful Psychotherapy by Dr. Silva Medical Doctor Posted Thu 27 Aug 2009 11:38pm More people than ever before are seeking professional counseling services. Thankfully, the stigma of seeing a mental health professional is waning and people are becoming better educated regarding the various options available to them. Needless to say, psychotherapy can be extremely helpful and--assuming there are no major contraindications (se ... Read on »
PsychoTherapy Networker & IITAP: From Isolation to Connections by Chuck Medical Doctor Posted Tue 16 Sep 2008 4:56am Two Meetings, both with similar themes and with many innovative new directions: International Institute for Trauma and Addiction Professionalsin Scottsdale - hosted by recovery luminary and international  addiction expert Pat Carnes PhD, and  his remarkable team, and - Psychotherapy Networker >3000 attendees at the Shoreham in DC - host ... Read on »
3 Types Of Psychotherapy by monglopex Posted Wed 07 Nov 2012 3:57am  Psychotherapy is basically just an interpersonal relationship between the therapist and the person but in a more complex point, it is described as something that addresses mental health issues through conversing with a psychologist in order to learn more about your behavior, feelings, thoughts and overall mental condition. It is helpful in some ... Read on »
3 Types Of Psychotherapy by zhaneblaze Posted Wed 07 Nov 2012 2:01am Psychotherapy is basically just an interpersonal relationship between the therapist and the person but in a more complex point, it is described as something that addresses mental health issues through conversing with a psychologist in order to learn more about your behavior, feelings, thoughts and overall mental condition. It is helpful in some p ... Read on »
3 Types Of Psychotherapy by Roxy S. Facebook Posted Wed 07 Nov 2012 9:07am Psychotherapy is basically just an interpersonal relationship between the therapist and the person but in a more complex point, it is described as something that addresses mental health issues through conversing with a psychologist in order to learn more about your behavior, feelings, thoughts and overall mental condition. It is helpful in some p ... Read on »
Book review "Clinical Intuition in Psychotherapy: The Neurobiology of Embodied Response" by h2cm Posted Sun 15 Sep 2013 3:37pm Clinical intuition is something that in formal learning terms is intangible, but in practice is earned and relied upon as a gift of experience. When I first received this book from the author Terry Marks-Tarlow, leafing through I thought the emphasis was on the neurobiology presaging a rather technical read. The references to brain structures, ne ... Read on »
Theory and Practice of Existential Group Psychotherapy by Kent Brooks Facebook Posted Sun 05 Jun 2011 12:00am Abstract   A general description of existential theory and process is provided with specific attention given to the interpersonal dynamics of group facilitation.  Aspects that differentiate this approach from practice guided by Applied Behavior Analysis are presented along with a detailed analysis of the specific gro ... Read on »
Dyadic Developmental Psychotherapy by AWeidman Posted Sat 27 Dec 2008 11:50am Dyadic Developmental Psychotherapy (DDP) is an evidence-based and effective form of treatment for children with complex trauma and disorders of attachment [1].   It is an evidence-based treatment, meaning that there has been empirical research published in peer-reviewed journals.   Craven & Lee (2006) determined that DDP is a supported and accept ... Read on »
Isn’t Psychotherapy for People Who are Weak or Crazy? by Candace A. McCullough Doctor of Philosophy Posted Wed 01 Apr 2009 2:52pm Vlog Summary: Think about all the different consultants in our society. There are financial planners, lawyers, doctors, nutritionists, personal trainers, interior decorators, and so on. Going to see a psychotherapist for support and guidance in dealing with emotional or interpersonal issues is not much different than going to see one ... Read on »