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Guide to Psychotherapy

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With the increasing stress levels in life due to workplace stress, natural disasters, higher cost of livings, economic downturns and pandemic diseases, people are continuously looking for more forms of peace and comfort through various therapeutic methods.

One of the most sought after forms of therapies is Psychotherapy. Psychotherapy is a broad term used to describe a variety of counseling methods used to improve an individual’s sense of well-being or problems in living.

Over the years, many newer and effective Psychotherapy methods have been developed and widely practice; bring a new sense of hope to the troubles faced in the world.

This guide to the most widely practiced Psychotherapy will give you some insights as to the different types of Psychotherapies used to help people improve their lives.

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Table Of Contents


Chapter 1: Introduction To Psychotherapy

Chapter 2: Types Of Psychotherapies

Chapter 3: Psychoanalysis

Chapter 4: Gestalt Therapy

Chapter 5: Cognitive Behavioral Therapy

Chapter 6: Expressive Therapy

Chapter 7: Hypnotherapy

- Wrapping Up

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A Google User

Great Primer The brevity of this little booklet is its beauty! By telling you just the basics about the major types of psychotherapy, it is quite informative. Takes about ten minutes, I recommend you read it.

Ade Harris

Great thanks

Vishwamohan Thakur

Good introduction. Good introduction.

sarita chaudhari

Good information

Itheopia Hathshepsut

Can't read the last line on many pages It's still a good introduction to the subject.

Darin Barnes

Great read Very easy read

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