psychotherapist


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psy·cho·ther·a·pist

(sī'kō-thār'ă-pist),
A person, usually a psychiatrist or clinical psychologist, professionally trained and engaged in psychotherapy. Currently, the term is also applied to social workers, nurses, and others whose state-licensed practice acts include psychotherapy.

psychotherapist

(sī′kō-thĕr′ə-pĭst)
n.
An individual, such as a psychiatrist, psychologist, psychiatric nurse, or psychiatric social worker, who practices psychotherapy.

psychotherapist

[-ther′əpist]
one who practices psychotherapy, including psychiatrists, licensed psychologists, psychiatric nurses, psychiatric social workers, and individuals trained in counseling. The specific requirements for education and training differ markedly in content, breadth, and duration, depending on the form of psychotherapy practiced. Licensing procedures and definitions of practice vary from state to state. Compare psychoanalyst.

psy·cho·ther·a·pist

(sī'kō-thār'ă-pist)
A person, usually a psychiatrist or clinical psychologist, professionally trained and engaged in psychotherapy. Currently, the term is also applied to social workers, nurses, and others whose state licensing practice acts include psychotherapy.

psy·cho·ther·a·pist

(sī'kō-thār'ă-pist)
A person, usually a psychiatrist or clinical psychologist, professionally trained and engaged in psychotherapy. Currently, also applied to social workers, nurses, and others whose state- licensed practice activities include psychotherapy.
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SOURCE Jessica Butts, Psychotherapist, Author, Life Coach and Counselor
It is used by psychotherapists for analyzing the root cause of an issue, or for recommending changes to the patient's behavior or perception.
Spiritual Interventions in Child and Adolescent Psychotherapy puts at our disposal a comprehensive guide from which psychotherapists who work with children, adolescents, and their families can acknowledge and integrate religious and spiritual principles into their professional work.
In some types of psychotherapy, the psychotherapist will make links with the past and how early life experiences influence our present day life.
As to the former, if a party lists his psychotherapist as a potential expert to be called at trial, (31) or indicates his intent to admit a psychotherapist's treatment records into evidence, or discusses some limited aspect of his mental health treatment, (32) the court is likely to find that the privilege has been impliedly waived.
Now the child and adolescent psychotherapist has landed a role as a senior counsellor for Kids and Us, a charity offering counselling service for children, families and adults in Newcastle.
It's a great credit to you that you've been able to work with a psychotherapist to heal the mental trauma.
Allison Shadday, LCSW, is a psychotherapist who was diagnosed with MS in 1994.
Mango is currently developing an organization called Warrior Brothers, and is basing his endeavours on his 30-years experience as a Catholic psychotherapist, on the teachings of the late John Paul II, and the evidence in neuroscience of the differences between the sexes.
There are opportunities for psychotherapists to work in the NHS.
Lucy, who lacks a bust and self-confidence, finds the latter with the help of her friends and Mum, who is a psychotherapist.
Christine Lister-Ford, 53, a psychotherapist, trainer and supervisor of 20 years' standing, is the director of the Northern Guild for Psychotherapy based in Stockton and Newcastle.