An Introduction to Psychotherapy What is psychotherapy exactly? How does it help a person? Psychotherapy involves helping a person, by allowing them to speak out their feelings and thoughts, and to mentally work their thought processes out. Want to know more? Read this article. Preview Website -
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Couples Counseling This article discusses when couples counseling can help, how to find a therapist, what to expect and the responsibilities of the couple entering into couples therapy. Preview Website -
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Do You Need Therapy? Determining whether you need psychotherapy or not to help you with a life or mental health issue is often no easy thing for most people. This article describes some of the issues that can benefit from psychotherapy. Preview Website -
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Frequently Asked Questions About Psychotherapy This FAQ answers questions such as:
Can an individual and therapist have a relationship outside of therapy?
Does therapy involve physical touch?
Is it okay for therapists and patients to date?
Will my therapist be angry if I switch to another practitioner?
Which is better, therapy or medication?
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History of Psychotherapy Emotional and psychological problems have been around forever. Treatment of such problems have changed over the years, and even sometimes treatments have been created when there were no treatments previously. This is a small biography of the history of psychotherapy. Preview Website -
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HypnotherapyTop Rated Rational Suggestion Therapy article as first seen in Medical Hypnoanalysis. Hypnotherapy in this article, written for a professional psychology journal, is seen as an effective component in a mostly cognitive behavioral counseling strategy. The article explains a step by step method of how hypnotherapy may be incorporated into such a psychological treatment. Though it specifically discusses a hypnotherapy plan derived from material arising in Rational-Emotive therapy discussions, and in what manner the revealed material may be transformed into rational hypnotherapy suggestions, the overall approach to hypnotherapy lends itself to material discovered in other modes of counseling, as well. Preview Website -
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Interview Your Therapist No, this isn't bring your therapist to work day. However, by interviewing your therapist during or before your initial session, you can learn if he or she will be more suited to help you with your needs and will meet your expectations.
Read this article to find out what kind of questions to ask, and why there are not really too many questions bad enough NOT to ask. Preview Website -
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Knowing When to Call it Quits in PsychotherapyTop Rated Psych Central's guide, written by John M. Grohol, Psy.D., to discovering when it's time to call it quits in your current psychotherapy. Too many people stay far too long in therapy when it's no longer providing them with support or professional help. Knowing when to say goodbye is just as important as knowing when to get help in the first place. Preview Website -
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Notes from a Therapist's ChairTop Rated Marriage and Family Therapist writes articles and provides tips on a variety of topics including healthy relationships, anxiety, depression, stress management and more. Recently added, "Ask the Therapist" section. Preview Website -
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Psychodynamic Therapy Psychodynamic therapy, also known as insight-oriented therapy, focuses on unconscious processes as they are manifested in a personís present behavior. The goals of psychodynamic therapy are a clientís self-awareness and understanding of the influence of the past on present behavior. Read more about Psychodynamic Therapy and how it can be used here. Preview Website -
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Questions to Ask Your Therapist Don't think that just the counselor asks all the questions. Picking a therapist is very important, and there are very important questions to ask of your counselor. Dr. Martin lists some very important questions to ask therapists, inside this very article. Preview Website -
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Real Men Don't Get Help Have you ever heard that real men don't complain about their problems, they just work them out, or live through them? This still seems to be considered true, but does not have to be. In this article, the question is answered--Why don't men get help, especially when they need it? Preview Website -
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