psychological therapy


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psychological therapy

A generic term for any treatment provided to improve the psychosocial functioning of a person suffering from mental health problems.
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ATLANTA -- The strongest evidence to date that brief psychological therapy is effective in reducing repetition of acts of self-harm comes from a new Cochrane Collaboration meta-analysis.
Wellness and recreational programs to promote physical and mental health; psychological therapy on how to react to tension in a smarter way; and critical incident stress debriefing, a psychological first aid against traumatic conditions following the loss of a loved one.
they or their will die " But she said psychological therapy can help victims understand the re-experiencing as memories and teach them ways of managing the panic and distress
Millions have tuned in to watch Steve McDonald's battle against depression on Coronation Street, and local health chiefs are hoping the story will encourage residents in Northumberland to have their say about psychological therapy services.
Millions have tuned in to watch Steve McDonald's battle against depression on Coronation Street, and health chiefs are hoping the story will encourage residents in Northumberland to have their say about psychological therapy services.
Religion can be integrated into psychological therapy
The Improving Access to Psychological Therapy Service will be at the City of Coventry Health Centre in Stoney Stanton Road for World Mental Health Day from 10am-3pm.
Patients like this one, whose brain activity is being monitored by psychologists, go cold turkey from the Web for about four months; they're watched by guards, eat a special diet, and undergo psychological therapy and military-style physical training.
Washington, August 1 ( ANI ): Lindsay Lohan, who had finished her 90-day court-ordered rehab stint at the Cliffside Malibu, has been ordered to attend more psychological therapy sessions.
In the United States, only about a quarter of people with depression have received any form of psychological therapy in the last 12 months, she said.
Figures included in the report showed 91% of patients received urgent access within four hours, 72% were treated within 14 days for routine access and 99% of patients access to psychological therapy within 18 weeks.
The new service has been launched by support provider Mental Health Matters and has been made available through the Government's improved access to psychological therapy programme.