Rational Emotive Behavior Therapy (REBT) is a form of Cognitive Behavioral Therapy focused on challenging irrational beliefs to help individuals gain insights into their emotions and behaviors.
Emotion-focused therapy is a type of therapy that focuses on exploring and understanding emotions to help people better manage them.
Hypnotherapy is an alternative therapy that uses guided relaxation and suggestion to help treat a variety of mental and physical conditions.
Cognitive therapy is an evidence-based psychotherapeutic approach to help individuals identify and change unhelpful or inaccurate thought patterns.
Acceptance and commitment therapy helps individuals increase psychological flexibility with mindful self-awareness and value-based action.
Narrative therapy is a talking therapy that helps people explore the stories of their lives to gain a greater understanding and create the desired changes.
Interpersonal psychotherapy helps people to identify how their relationships and behavior affect their emotions and how they can modify them to improve their mood.
Gestalt therapy is an experiential, person-centered approach to psychological therapy that focuses on the awareness of one’s present experience.
Play therapy is a type of psychotherapy in which play aids in building a more potent therapeutic relationship and helping children express themselves.
Exposure therapy is a type of therapy that uses repeated exposure to a feared object or situation as a way to reduce the associated anxiety.
Family therapy is a form of counseling focused on resolving conflicts within a family system.
Dialectical Behavior therapy is a form of cognitive-behavioral therapy that emphasizes the role of interpersonal relationships, acceptance, and change.
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Solution-focused brief therapy helps clients identify and work towards their goals in a goal-oriented and strengths-based way.
Behavioral therapy is a type of psychotherapy that focuses on changing problematic behaviors, thoughts, and emotions.
Group therapy is a form of psychotherapy involving a supportive and interactive setting with multiple people.
Art therapy is a form of psychotherapy that encourages creative expression and reflection using art materials to promote healing and personal growth.
Psychodynamic psychotherapy is a type of psychotherapy that looks at the root of psychological issues by exploring past experiences and behavior.