psycho therapy

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(Askeri) RUHSAL TEDAVİ: Tıbbi, cerrahi, fizik tedavileri dışında görüşme ve konuşma yoluyla tedavi
psychotherapy
psiko-terapi
psychotherapy
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psychotherapy
{i} psikolojik tedavi
psychotherapy
{i} psikoterapi
psychotherapy
(Sosyoloji, Toplumbilim) psikomatik
psychotherapy
(Tıp) Ruh hastalıklarında hasta ile problemlerini tartışma, gerçeği izah ve onu ikna esasına dayanan tedavi yöntemi, hasta zihnini çeşitli yollar (telkin, ikna vs.)'la etkileyerek hastalığı tedavi etme, ruhi tedavi, psikoterapi
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Definition von psycho therapy im Englisch Englisch wörterbuch

psychotherapy
The treatment of people diagnosed with mental and emotional disorders using dialogue and a variety of psychological techniques
psychotherapy
the treatment of mental disease
psychotherapy
The treatment of mental and emotional disorders using psychological methods, such as counseling
psychotherapy
{i} psychological treatment of mental disorders; branch of psychiatry dealing with the use of psychological methods to treat mental disorders
psychotherapy
A form of therapy in which a trained professional uses methods based on psychological theories to help a person with psychological problems (p 570)
psychotherapy
Therapy provided with a psychodynamic framework The therapy may be individual, group or family therapy
psychotherapy
the treatment of mental or emotional problems by psychological means
psychotherapy
– a method of treatment designed to produce a response by mental rather than physical stimulus; it includes the use of suggestion, persuasion, reeducation, reassurance, and support as well as hypnosis and psychoanalysis
psychotherapy
Treatment in which a trained professional-a therapist-uses psychological techniques to help someone overcome psychological difficulties and disorders, resolve problems in living, or bring about personal growthpsychotherapy (278 0K)
psychotherapy
The treatment of emotional or behavioral problems by psychological means, often in one-to-one interviews or small groups Modern psychoanalysis and cognitive therapies concentrate on the patient's beliefs Other therapies, such as those within humanistic psychology, attend to the patient's emotional state or sensitivity The distinction, however, is not clear-cut, as all these therapies involve intense exploration of the patient's conflicts, and most rely on the emotion generated in therapy as a force in the patient's recovery In contrast, behaviour therapies derive from the view that neurosis is a matter of maladaptive conditioning and concentrate on modifying patients' behavior
psychotherapy
Psychotherapeutics
psychotherapy
Meetings with a mental health nurse, psychiatrist, psychologist or other trained person for the relief of emotional, psychological and related physical symptoms of distress or dysfunction TOP
psychotherapy
The treatment of mental and emotional disorders using psychological methods such as counselling
psychotherapy
means a specialized formal interaction between a mental health practitioner and a client in which a therapeutic relationship is established to help to resolve symptoms of mental disorder, psychosocial stress, relationship problems and difficulties in coping in the social environment Some specific types of psychotherapy may include, but are not limited to, psychoanalysis, family therapy, group psychotherapy, supportive treatment, gestalt therapy, experiential therapy, primal therapy, psychosocial therapy, psychodrama, behavioral therapy, and cognitive therapy
psychotherapy
the branch of psychiatry concerned with psychological methods
psychotherapy
A technique of treating mental disorders by means of insight, persuasion, suggestion, reassurance, and instruction so that patients may see themselves and their problems more realistically and have the desire to cope with them
psychotherapy
Method of treatment using mental applications, such as hypnotherapy
psychotherapy
Psychotherapy is the use of psychological methods in treating people who are mentally ill, rather than using physical methods such as drugs or surgery. For milder depressions, certain forms of psychotherapy do work well. the treatment of mental illness, for example depression, by talking to someone and discussing their problems rather than giving them drugs. Treatment of psychological, emotional, or behaviour disorders through interpersonal communications between the patient and a trained counselor or therapist. The goal of many modern individual and group therapies is to establish a central relationship of trust in which the client or patient can feel free to express personal thoughts and emotions and thus gain insight into his condition and generally share in the healing power of words. Such therapies include psychoanalysis and its variants (see Alfred Adler; Carl Gustav Jung), client-centred or nondirective psychotherapy, Gestalt therapy (see Gestalt psychology), play and art therapy, and general counseling. In contrast, behaviour therapy focuses on modifying behaviour by reinforcement techniques without concerning itself with internal states
psychotherapy
the treatment of psychological disorders or maladjustments by a psychological technique, as psychoanalysis, group therapy, or behavioral therapy Psychotherapy does not include physiological interventions, such as drug therapy or electroconvulsive therapy, although it may be used in combination with such methods Behavior therapy aims to help the patient eliminate undesirable habits or irrational fears through the use of principles of conditioning
psychotherapy
a potpourri of treatment modalities involving in most cases an interaction between an individual and a therapist or analyst While research results are mixed about its effectiveness, there is a large body of scientific literature that indicates positive correlation with behavioral changes and "feeling better"
psychotherapy
the treatment of mental or emotional problems by psychological means the branch of psychiatry concerned with psychological methods
psychotherapy
a general term that refers to the treatment of mental disorders by intellectual and verbal means such as suggestion, analysis, and persuasion; often used in conjunction with other treatment courses like medication
psychotherapy
helps one look objectively at behavior, feelings, thoughts, and problematic situations to determine more effective ways of understanding and behaving
psychotherapy
The treatment of people diagnosed with mental and emotional disorders using dialogue and a variety of communication techniques
psychotherapy
The term psychotherapy covers a variety of theories of personality development, specific techniques and therapeutic aims For example, there are psychoanalytic therapies, behavioral therapies, and interpersonal therapies, all of which have different techniques and aims, and all of which qualify as a "psychotherapy"
psycho therapy

    Silbentrennung

    psy·cho the·ra·py

    Türkische aussprache

    saykō therıpi

    Aussprache

    /ˈsīkō ˈᴛʜerəpē/ /ˈsaɪkoʊ ˈθɛrəpiː/

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