When To Ask Questions About Your Psychotherapy

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When To Ask Questions About Your Psychotherapy

Psychotherapy can be broadly classified into two types: psychodynamic and cognitive behavioural therapy (CBT). Psychotherapy is also the application of psychological techniques, especially when based on frequent personal interaction with competent adults, to assist a person to resolve issues in desired ways. When dealing with psychological assessment and psychotherapy a number of questions arise. For example, what exactly are the goals and objectives of the therapy? And how do the outcomes vary between treatments?… Read more

How Do Psychotherapists Treat Anxiety Disorders?

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How Do

Psychotherapists

Treat Anxiety Disorders?

Psychotherapists, also called counselors, are trained mental health professionals who can provide a variety of mental health treatments for their patients. Many people do not realize that psychotherapists have many years of experience in helping their clients overcome personal issues or learn how to deal with life’s challenges. If you are feeling overwhelmed and don’t know where to turn, your first instinct might be to seek the help of a friend or relative.… Read more

What Is Psychology?

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What Is Psychology?

Psychology is the scientific study of human behavior and brain. Psychology includes all the studies of unconscious and conscious behaviors, thoughts and feelings. It is an ever growing academic field of tremendous scope.

There are various areas of specialization in psychology. There may be a conflict between science and psychology as some areas of psychology are subjective and have no objective basis. For example, many psychologists may work on cognitive behavioral therapy for individuals with anxiety disorders.… Read more

How to Recognize Anxiety Attacks

Anxiety disorders involve much more than a transient fear or worry. For someone with an anxiety disorder, even the slightest anxiety doesn’t go away easily and can become worse over time. The symptoms associated with anxiety can severely interfere with everyday activities like work performance, schoolwork, and social relationships. For many people, anxiety can lead to depression and even substance abuse. If you or someone you know is suffering from anxiety and depression, it’s important to seek help from qualified health professionals including psychologists and psychiatrists.… Read more

An Introduction To Psychiatric Symptoms And Case Diagnosis

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An Introduction To Psychiatric Symptoms And Case Diagnosis

If you’re experiencing symptoms of depression and you’re looking for psychological help, it may be difficult to determine where to turn. Psychologists and psychiatrists both treat patients using clinical methods, but there are key differences in their training, experience, and approach to psychological treatment that should always be carefully considered before making a commitment to a psychiatrist. It’s important to understand the difference between psychiatrists and psychologists as well as the many ways in which the two professions differ.… Read more

Psychotherapy And Psychiatry

Psychologists make up a small percentage of the population. The typical career of a psychologist is within a healthcare environment, as an outside therapist, or in private practice. They assist patients with many different types of mental health issues, including but not limited to anxiety, depression, psychosis, schizophrenia, substance abuse, eating disorders, and bipolar disorder. Most psychologists take a psychological assessment for all of these disorders.

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A psychologist specializes in the field of psychology. This includes learning about how people process information, how they behave, and how they relate to others.… Read more

What Does a Psychotherapist Do?

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What Does a Psychotherapist Do?

Psychotherapy is the application of mental techniques, especially when aimed at changing behavior and overcoming difficulties in desired ways, to assist a person to change behaviour and overcome difficulties in the desired manner. The most popular of these techniques is counselling. It may be employed to treat eating disorders, alcohol or drug addiction, social anxiety disorder, Post-traumatic stress disorder, obsessive-compulsive disorder (OCD), depression and even bulimia. However, there are varying factors that influence a patient’s success in seeking help from a therapist and for many who suffer from eating disorders and self-starvation, counselling can be a challenge.… Read more

Depression And Eating Disorders Can Be A Dangerous Mix

In the world of mental healthcare, psychology and psychiatry overlap. As mental healthcare professionals, therapists and psychiatrists are masters in how the brain affects humans behaving and well-being. Both may work together in an outpatient or residential mental healthcare centre. But there are crucial differences between a therapist or psychiatrist.

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When it comes to psychotherapy, the goal is to change behaviour. Therapists employ techniques such as cognitive behavioural therapy (CBT) or cognitive behavioural therapy (CBT for short).… Read more

What Do Different Psychiatry Professionals Do?

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What Do Different Psychiatry Professionals Do?

Psychiatry is the field of medicine concerned with the diagnosis, treatment and prevention of psychological, social and emotional disorders. A psychiatrist is usually a licensed medical doctor (a D.O. or M.D.) who specializes in mental illness, which includes substance abuse disorders.

Today, psychiatrists often treat patients with many different types of psychotherapy, such as cognitive therapy, interpersonal therapy, and psychodynamic therapy, or psychodynamic psychotherapy. Cognitive therapy helps patients think, feel, and act rationally and without feeling guilty.… Read more