Psychotherapy can be helpful in treating mostmental healthproblems, including: Anxiety disorders, such as obsessive-compulsive disorder (OCD), phobias, panic disorder or post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) Mood disorders, such asdepressionor bipolar disorder.
Themost important aspectof effective therapy is that the patient and the therapist work together to help the patient reach their goals in therapy. Q. Some therapists consistently produce better outcomes than others, regardless of treatment and patient characteristics.
4 Types of PsychotherapyCognitive behavioral therapy.Dialectical behavior therapy.Interpersonal therapy.Family-focused therapy.
“For every minute you are angry you lose sixty seconds of happiness.”
ISCED Classification :
Because psychology is the scientific study of individual mind and behavior, every person is different in terms of how he analyze particular individual, group, organization, or situation and how he respond to that particular situation.
Name,scope,occupations and its standards
the treatment of mental disorder by psychological rather than medical means
Career or vocational counselor, clinical psychologist, consumer psychologist, experimental psychologist, forensic psychologist, organizational psychologist
Career or vocational counselor, clinical psychologist, consumer psychologist, experimental psychologist, forensic psychologist, organizational psychologist, health psychologist, school psychologist, special education, sport psychologist, traffic psychologist.
PT45 Enable the client to understand their relational difficulties through their immediate experience within humanistic therapy
Mentioned in international course standards
It depends on the subject’s(Name= abc) selection of above mentioned category of certification, like ABC is a certified Organizational Psychologist
It will increase your degree value
Learning Outcome 2: facilitate the client in describing accurately what they experience in the here-and now without interpreting or judging themselves
Learning Outcome 1:respond to the client’s cues indicating their ability to sustain contact with current feelings, thoughts and processes as they emerge in the session and their ability to articulate what they are experiencing
Learning Out Come 3: articulate and explore the thoughts, feelings, intuitions and somatic responses that may arise in you and the client in a minute-by-minute way
Learning Out Come 4: reflect with the client on the intersubjective phenomena within the therapeutic relationship, including what some therapists will understand as transference and countertransference phenomena
Each therapy has its uniquess
Each part of therapy is important
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