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Many mental health problems, including depression, personality disorders, addictions and eating disorders may be helped by psychological therapies. There is a variety of therapies available, some of which explore a person's past while others focus on current behaviour or thought processes. The person in therapy is often encouraged to take an active role in the treatment.
Behaviour therapy involves techniques for changing inappropriate behaviour by substituting new behaviour.
Cognitive therapy is an n approach to overcoming psychological problems that aims to change inappropriate attitudes and thoughts.
Counselling provides support in identifying and addressing personal problems.
Group therapy is interaction with a small group of people to share experiences and feelings and gain insight or support.
Person-centred therapy is a process that aims to increase a person's self-esteem and encourages self-reliance.
Psychoanalytic-based psychotherapy is treatment that may help a person to overcome psychological problems by uncovering suppressed feelings.
It’s sometimes very hard to get out of difficult situations. Here are three concrete examples and the solutions provided by NLP.
Transference is at the heart of psychoanalysis. Discovered by Freud, this concept describes the relationship between a psychoanalyst and a patient. Juan David Nasio tells us more about transference and its benefits for patients in therapy.
Growing up is a process of learning psychological responses to life events, both positive and negative. People vary in their ability to deal with these events, and everyone on occasion feels anger, frustration, sadness, mild depression, worry, loneliness, or uncertainty. However, when these...
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