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Track: Psychotherapy and Counseling Psychology

Psychotherapy and Counseling Psychology


Any mode of treatment for psychological, emotional, or behavioral disorders in which a trained individual develops a relationship with one or more patients with the goal of modifying or eradicating current symptoms and encouraging personality growth is known as psychotherapy, often known as counselling. Psychotropic drugs may be used as a complement to therapy, but the healing effect of psychotherapy is primarily managed to bring about by the therapist's words and deeds and the patient's reactions to them. These two variables work together to produce a secure, close, and emotionally fulfilling relationship that allows for the patient's concerns to be discussed and resolved. Various kinds of psychological distress, with symptoms that can be emotional, cognitive, behavioral, and physical, are treated using both individual and group psychotherapy techniques.
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