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*  Online counseling
Spiro, R.H.; Devenis (1991). "Telephone Therapy: Enhancement of the psychotherapeutic process". Psychotherapy in Private ... Change, T.; Yeh, Krumboltz (2001). "Process and outcome evaluation of an on-line support group for Asian American male college ...
*  Therapeutic relationship
In L. Greenberg and W. Pinsoff (Eds.) Psychotherapeutic Processes: A Research Handbook, New York: Guilford Press. Barrett- ... Acting in Acting out Clinical psychology Counseling psychology Parallel process Orlinsky, D. E., Ronnestad, M. H., Willutski, U ... 2004). Fifty years of psychotherapy process-outcome research: Continuity and change. In M. J. Lambert (Ed.) Handbook of ...
*  Focusing
... is a psychotherapeutic process developed by psychotherapist Eugene Gendlin. It can be used in any kind of therapeutic ... "Focusing" is a process and learnable skill developed by Gendlin which re-creates this successful-patient behavior in a form ... Gendlin's book details the six steps of Focusing, which can also be taught as a four-step process, while emphasizing that there ... As a stand-alone process, a Focusing session can last from approximately 30 minutes to an hour, on average-with the "focuser" ...
*  Clinical psychology
ISBN 1-58562-185-4 La Roche, Martin (2005). "The cultural context and the psychotherapeutic process: Toward a culturally ... Clinical prediction, on the other hand, does not guarantee this, as it depends on the decision-making processes of the ... The essential tools of the psychoanalytic process are the use of free association and an examination of the client's ... It focuses on societal, cultural, and political causes and solutions to issues faced in the counseling process. It openly ...
*  Judith Kestenberg
Lewis, P. (1990) The Kestenberg Movement Profile in the psychotherapeutic process with borderline disorders. In P. Lewis & S. ... Lotan, N. And Yirmiya, N. (2002) Body movement, presence of parents and the process of falling asleep in toddlers. ... Children During the Nazi Reign: Psychological Perspective on the Interview Process. Westport, Conn: Praeger, 1994 Kestenberg, ...
*  Hermes
For Jung, Hermes's role as trickster made him a guide through the psychotherapeutic process. French philosopher Michel Serres ...
*  Stanley Greenspan
The Development of the Ego: Implications for Personality Theory, Psychopathology, and the Psychotherapeutic Process. ...
*  Age regression in therapy
... thoughts and feelings as a part of a psychotherapeutic process. Age regression is an aspect of a number of psychotherapies[ ... which?]. Includes hypnotherapy the term describes a process in which the patient moves their focus to memories of an earlier ...
*  Integrative psychotherapy
... may also refer to the psychotherapeutic process of integrating the personality: uniting the " ... Lane, R. D., Ryan, L., Nadel, L., Greenberg, L. S. (2015). Memory reconsolidation, emotional arousal and the process of change ... For example, psychotherapeutic integration using this model would include subjective approaches (cognitive, existential), ... are acknowledging that most counselors will prefer the security of one foundational theory as they begin the process of ...
*  Group psychotherapy
Imparting information While this is not strictly speaking a psychotherapeutic process, members often report that it has been ... in which the unconscious processes of group members could be acted out in the form of irrational processes in group sessions. ... The broader concept of group therapy can be taken to include any helping process that takes place in a group, including support ... In the case of films, sound track, cinematography and background are also discussed and processed. Under the guidance of the ...
*  Sidney Blatt
... have investigated aspects of the psychotherapeutic process and the effects of psychoanalysis as compared to supportive ... Blatt, S. J., Auerbach, J. S., & Aryan, M. M. (1998). Representational structures and the therapeutic process. In R. F. ... Blatt and colleagues also found evidence that the process of change in severely impaired patients often involves identifying ... He completed his dissertation in 1957, An Experimental Study of the Problem Solving Process. His predoctoral internship in ...
*  List of MeSH codes (F04)
... psychotherapeutic processes MeSH F04.754.720.107 --- abreaction MeSH F04.754.720.107.333 --- catharsis MeSH F04.754.720.346 ...
*  Margit Norell
In-depth psychotherapeutic processes and object relations theory], Stockholm: Carlsson publishing, ISBN 9172038489 HÃ¥kansson, ...
*  Linda C. Sobell
... for Substance Users Preventing Alcohol-Exposed Pregnancies Professional Issues and Ethics Addiction Psychotherapeutic Processes ... Addictive Behaviors Special Interest Group Clinical Psychology Addictive Behaviors Behavior Change Processes Group Therapy ...
*  Cognitive restructuring
... (CR) is a psychotherapeutic process of learning to identify and dispute irrational or maladaptive ... Kanter J.W.; Schildcrout J.S.; Kohlenberg R.J. (2005). "In vivo processes in cognitive therapy for depression:Frequency and ... Werner-Seidler, A., Moulds, M. L. "Mood repair and processing mode in depression". Oct 24, 2011. US: American Psychological ... a process that then repeats again in a cycle. Mood repair strategies are implemented in cognitive restructuring in hopes of ...
*  Humphry Osmond
... used low doses to help release repressed material from the mind which it was hoped would help the psychotherapeutic process. ...
*  Process psychology
... is a branch of psychotherapeutic psychology which was derived from process philosophy as developed by Alfred ... Process psychology got its start at a conference sponsored by the Center for Process Studies in 1998. In 2000, Michel Weber ... Process Psychology is closely aligned with process theology and its practitioners frequently refer to spiritual concerns. John ... Openness: Spirituality in a Process Psychology, A Paper by John Buchanan for the Wuhan Conference on Science and Spirituality ( ...
*  Inner Relationship Focusing
... is a psychotherapeutic system and process developed by Ann Weiser Cornell and Barbara McGavin, as a ... Eugene Gendlin's original Focusing process, described in his 1978 book, is a process that he generalizes as having six steps: ... The guide, if used, gives gentle suggestions rather than asking questions in order not to intrude on the process or deflect ... Inner Relationship Focusing is a refined and expanded form of Eugene Gendlin's original six-step process of Focusing, which he ...
*  CPT
... an International Commercial Term used in transport Cognitive processing therapy, a psychotherapeutic approach CPT (file format ...
*  Drug rehabilitation
... (often drug rehab or just rehab) is the processes of medical or psychotherapeutic treatment for dependency ... Marlatt describes four psychosocial processes relevant to the addiction and relapse processes: self-efficacy, outcome ... decision-making processes are implicated in the relapse process as well. Substance use is the result of multiple decisions ... This process begins with one of this professionals' first goals: breaking down denial of the person with the addiction. Denial ...
*  Dance therapy
According to the ADTA, dance is "the psychotherapeutic use of movement as a process which furthers the emotional, social, ... The therapy process has four stages, which occur during DMT and can be a creative time for both the therapist and patient(s). ... Illumination: process which is integrated through conscious awareness via dialogue with witness, self-reflection in which the ... Expressive therapy Process art Rudolf Laban Home. ADTA. Retrieved on 2015-12-04. DTAA. DTAA. Retrieved on 2015-12-04. ...
*  Child psychotherapy
Primal Therapy Primary Relationship Therapy Privation Psychotherapeutic Technique Problem Solving Group Therapy Process ... Family Crisis Therapy Family Psychotherapy Feeling Therapy Feminist Psychotherapy Filial Therapy Fischet-Hoffman Process Fixed ... Natural High Therapy Negative Practice Network Therapy Neuro Linguistic Programming Neurotone Therapy New Identity Process ... Psychotherapy Object Relations Therapy Occupational Therapy Office Network Therapy Operant Conditioning Therapy Organic Process ...
*  Process-oriented psychology
Process oriented psychology is one of eleven psychotherapeutic modalities examined in a Swiss longitudinal study of therapeutic ... one of 26 worldwide schools of process oriented psychology), the Process Work Center of Portland (now known as the Process Work ... Process-oriented psychology, also called process work, is a depth psychology theory and set of techniques developed by Arnold ... The theory of process oriented psychology centres around the idea of 'process': a meaningful, connected pattern over time that ...
*  Victor Skumin
... psychotherapeutic mediation of dietotherapy before its administration and in the process of the therapy; (2) creation of the ... V.; Skumin, V. A. (1986). "Psychotherapeutic aspects of the rehabilitation of children with chronic diseases of the digestive ... Psychotherapeutic aspects of the rehabilitation of children with chronic diseases of the digestive system]. Pediatriia. 8 (8): ...
*  Mode deactivation therapy
The name refers to the process of mode deactivation that is based on the concept of cognitive modes as introduced by Aaron T. ... Mode deactivation therapy (MDT) is a psychotherapeutic approach that addresses dysfunctional emotions, maladaptive behaviors ... The TFAB form is used to link specific triggers with fears and core beliefs, while the COBB takes the process one step further ... Aaron T. Beck asserted that how people feel and behave are largely determined by their thought processes or cognitions, which ...