Types of Therapy

People seek psychological therapy for help with distress arising from their mind or emotions. If a problem(s) prevents someone from functioning in one or more areas of their life, they may be...
About Auricular Therapy Auricular therapy is for the human ear, an amazing piece of organic technology. One of the most interesting things about the outer ear is that it has acupuncture points...
About Feldenkrais Therapy Feldenkrais Therapy originated from a Russian born physicist, mechanical engineer, judo expert, and teacher, Dr. Moshe Feldenkrais, D.Sc.. This treatment uses gentle...
About Sombra Warm Therapy Sombra is a topical warming gel (or cream) made of natural ingredients. It is applied on the skin for quick relief from pain. The gel is concocted from extracts of...
About Sand Tray Therapy Expressing ourselves symbolically can be both healing and revealing. Sand tray therapy, a type of play therapy, allows a client to rediscover and connect with their true...
About Aphasia Therapy Aphasia therapy is to help with Aphasia (uh FAY zyuh), a partial or complete loss of the ability to convey ideas or comprehend written or spoken language, because of...
Physical therapy maximizes the quality of life for people with diseases, disorders, or injuries that impair physical functioning or movement. They help people to regain their ability and...
Relationship therapy helps people communicate more effectively and understand the dynamics of good associations. This involves improving skills such as being assertive, being diplomatic,...
Marriage therapy, also known as marriage counseling, helps couples rebuild a shaky relationship or sometimes, helps them dissolve it. This type of counseling usually involves both partners and...
Behavior therapy helps people manage or change unwanted behaviors. It is often used for changes related to a person's health, such as losing weight, or to stop smoking. Behavior therapy is a...
Interpersonal Therapy (IPT) is time-limited (12 to 16 weeks), focuses on current problems, and is designed to address depression. It is based on a trusting partnership between client and...
Cognitive-bias modification (CBM) is a relative newcomer in the therapy world. Those who research CBM report it works very well with anxiety disorders and addictions. Clients who used CBM have...
Psychodynamic Therapy: So, What’s On Your Mind Today? Psychodynamic therapy (PDT) refers to psychology practices based on the play of forces or drives within people. A trusting relationship...
Three Faces of Mindfulness Therapy One Mindfulness is being attentive to what is happening in each moment, without making any judgments about what is happening. Mindfulness meditation has been...
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How We Think: Cognitive Behavioral Therapy Cognitive Behavior Therapy (CBT) is an umbrella term. It encompasses therapies based on the premise that feelings and behaviors are the result of our...
Play Therapy Has Serious Benefits Play therapy has been used since the early 20th century. Today, “play therapy” designates any treatment paradigm that makes use of therapeutic play. The...
About Couples Therapy Couples Therapy can help the communication in a relationship. It is easier to fall in love than to maintain a good long-term relationship. Each person brings their learned...
Basics and Benefits of Bowen Therapy Tom Bowen, creator of Bowen Therapy, believed that many health issues originate in our body's soft tissue, called fascia. Fascia is fibrous connective tissue...
An Explanation of EMDR EMDR therapy stands for Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing and is a type of psychotherapy. How EMDR works is part mystery, but the goal is to eliminate...
The ABCs of REBT Rational Emotive Behavior Therapy (REBT) was originated in the 1950s by Dr. Albert Ellis, and has grown in popularity over time. REBT is not just a type of psychotherapy. Ellis...

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