Types of Therapy

Scream therapy received a lot of buzz in the 1970s. Since then it has gone out of mainstream favor but is still practiced today. It is most often called Primal Therapy. The originator is Dr....
DPL is a non-invasive tool designed to turn back the hands of time. Exposed skin is subjected to low level pulses of light to minimize wrinkles, smooth out skin tone, and shrink large pores. It...
For addiction therapy, individual and group psychotherapy are part of the treatment plan at many reputable addiction recovery clinics. There are also private therapists that specialize in...
Child therapy is to help a young person having a problem that causes emotional distress, interferes with their natural development, is overwhelming and disrupts his or her daily life, a child...
Biodynamic craniosacral therapy is about having the body in balance: “At a deep level of our physiological functioning all healthy, living tissues subtly "breathe" with the motion of life - a...
For thousands of years, vibration has been used to help people heal, and to keep them healthy. There are many types of vibrational therapy (VT). Though once considered to be “quack medicine” in...
Emotional Freedom Technique If you can tap on a surface with your fingers, you can do the emotional freedom technique (EFT), or emotional freedom therapy. EFT is a way to reduce psychological...
Though it is not realistic to think you can eliminate stress from your life, there are many types of therapy and techniques that keep stress to a minimum. Your level of stress is affected by the...
Electric Stimulation Therapy (EST) improves the quality of life for people recovering from wounds, and muscle or nerve damage. The theory behind EST is that when large nerve fiber activity is...
ADHD therapy can help with the three key behaviors signifying Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD), which are impulsivity, hyperactivity, and inattention. Some children and adults...
Spa therapists use education and holistic treatments to promote balance, healing and general well being in their clients. The education might include the philosophy and principles behind the...
Exposure Therapy For PTSD is based on the principle that when something is scary or annoying then becomes familiar to us, the threat or annoyance diminishes. Clients are asked to face, in the...
What is Brief Therapy? Brief therapy focuses on helping clients achieve measurable, short-term goals. As the name 'brief therapy' implies, the length of treatment is kept to a minimum. The...
Brain wave therapy focuses on brain waves or frequency. You might have been hooked-up to an EEG machine at your doctor’s office or watched one being used on TV. The machine measures how...
Illness or injury can disrupt the unique frequencies of different body tissues such as nerves and muscle. By treating damaged tissue with microcurrents (low-level electrical currents) the tissue...
Past Life Therapy (PLT) is based on the idea that unresolved issues from former lives can have an ill effect on our current one. PLT practitioners help people revisit their past lives to...
NLP (Neuro Linguistic Programming) is a science and a therapeutic application involving the brain and nervous system (neuro), verbal and nonverbal communication (linguistic), and learned...
Sound has a profound effect on the entire body because our sense of hearing has many connections throughout the mind/body system. Sound can be used to address attention, coordination, memory,...
What Is Wilderness Therapy Wilderness Therapy (WT) was developed for adolescents and young adults who are rebellious, defiant, or have difficulty managing anger. The natural environment cannot...
Photodynamic therapy uses laser light to activate light-sensitive drugs that have previously been administered to a patient. It is a treatment for skin and internal tissue disease, including...

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