psychotherapeutic


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psy·cho·ther·a·peu·tic

(sī'kō-thār'ă-pyū'tik),
Relating to psychotherapy.
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There have been some small-scale projects that have adapted Western practices for use in China and demonstrated the feasibility of training clinical staff to provide these types of psychotherapeutic services.
As in all psychotherapeutic techniques, there are a few patients who feel that the uncovering of subconscious negative feelings during PSE testing is uncomfortable and undesirable, such that they discontinue the therapy.
Information from initial interviews formed the basis for short-term multimodal infant-parent psychotherapeutic intervention targeted at identified stressors.
Those educated and trained as clinical mental health counselors treat as well as prevent mental, emotional, and behavioral disorders through mental health assessments, diagnosis, prevention and treatment plans, and psychotherapeutic counseling interventions.
After this first overview, I will offer some reflections on the relation between phenomenological philosophy and psychotherapy, and give a couple of examples of promising attempts at exploring the professional knowledge of the psychotherapist and investigating psychotherapeutic practice as a phenomenon in its own right.
Apart from this, various psychotherapeutic methods are widespread based on active auto-suggestion during muscle relaxation and use of self-regulation processes (V.
They also examine psychopharmacologic and psychotherapeutic approaches; innovative alternatives to detention; the true costs of detaining youth; vulnerability to self-incrimination; and the alarming trend of minority confinement.
Proven to be highly effective for the treatment of a wide range of problems, cognitive-behavior therapy is the most widely used psychotherapeutic technique.
Cardiovascular drugs accounted for $33 billion; central nervous system drugs cost $28 billion; psychotherapeutic drugs cost more than $17 billion; and hormones cost $14 billion.
The largest increases were in the "other and unspecified," psychotherapeutic, and narcotic drug categories.
Prescriptions for psychotherapeutic drugs have spurred a dramatic increase in Medicaid spending on outpatient prescription drugs.
Holistic approaches to anxiety, panic, and ADD may include a combination of conventional medications, lifestyle modifications, alternative treatments, targeted nutritional applications, life skills and psychotherapeutic interventions, and enhancement of spiritual practices.