Depending on the approach used by the therapist, a wide range of techniques and
strategies can be used
When many people hear the word psychotherapy, they immediately imagine a patient lying on a couch talking while a therapist sits in a nearby chair jotting down thoughts on a yellow notepad.
In reallity IT IS NOT

The person carrying out the treatment is  called a therapist, while the person being seen is the  client
How do I Choose Between Counseling &
Psychotherapy?
Don’t worry,
However, you can narrow your search for a counselor or
psychotherapist by considering the following things:
   Do you have a single concern that you would like to get some
feedback on? Consider counseling.
  Have you noticed a pattern of problems or concerns that
seems to keep coming up? Consider psychotherapy.
  Are you typically satisfied with your life and relationships, and
just looking for a sounding board? Consider counseling.
  Is it time to address previous trauma or family patterns that are
keeping you from feeling good in your own skin? Consider
psychotherapy.
                        DO I NEED THERAPY ?
Some of the reasons individuals seek psychotherapy are listed below. If
you are experiencing distress from any of the following, psychotherapy
may be helpful for you.
                           Dissatisfaction in interpersonal relationships
Difficulty managing and expressing feelings such as anger, sadness, guilt,
or fear
             Giving too much and not getting enough, at work or at home
                           Dislike of yourself or low self esteem
Preoccupations that interfere with functioning at work or in relationships
Difficulty effectively communicating thoughts, feelings and desires
                Past or current trauma such as abuse, illness, injury, or loss
Life changes such as marriage, divorce, birth of child, death of loved one,
relocation, or retirement
Significant change in appetite, sleep habits, sex drive, or energy level
Feeling hopeless, helpless, guilty, unable to experience joy or motivation
                                         Making tough decisions
     Difficulty dealing with the slings and arrows of outrageous fortune
                                                                                                   AND MANY MORE
Psychotherapy is a general term that is used to describe the process of treating psychological disorders and mental distress by the use of talking and psychological techniques. During this process, a trained psychotherapist helps the client tackle specific or general problems such as a particular mental illness or a source of life stress
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Anxiety Disorders
Bipolar and Related Disorder
Disruptive, Impulse-Control
Conduct Disorders
Dissociative Disorders
Feeding and Eating Disorders
Neurocognitive Disorders
Neurodevelopmental Disorders
Personality Disorders
Sleep-Wake Disorders
Somatic Symptoms  Disorders
Substance and Addictive
Disorders
Trauma and Stressor Disorders
Developmental delay
Communication disorders
Language disorder
Autism spectrum disorder
Attention-deficit hyperactivity
disorder
Generalized anxiety disorder
Agoraphobia
Social anxiety disorder
Specific Phobias
Panic disorder
Post-traumatic stress disorder
Separation anxiety disorder
Acute stress disorder
Adjustment disorders
Post-traumatic stress disorder
Reactive attachment disorder
Dissociative amnesia
Dissociative identity disorder
Depersonalization/derealization
disorder
Somatic symptom disorder
Illness anxiety disorder
Conversion disorder
Factitious Disorder
Narcolepsy
Insomnia disorder
Hypersomnolence disorder
Breathing-related sleep
disorders
Parasomnias
Nightmare disorder
Restless legs syndrome
LIST OF PSYCHO -THERAPY ADOPTED IN PSYCHOTHERAPY PROFESSION AS CASE DEMANDS.

Behavior modification
Behavior therapy
Biodynamic psychotherapy
Bio energetic analysis
Biofeedback
Body psychotherapy
Brief psychotherapy

Abreaction therapy
Acceptance and commitment therapy
(ACT)
Adlerian therapy
Adventure therapy
Analytical psychology
Art therapy
Attack therapy
Attachment-based psychotherapy
Attachment-based therapy
(children)
Attachment therapy
Autogenic training

Classical Adlerian psychotherapy
Chess therapy
Client-centered psychotherapy
Co-counseling
Cognitive analytic therapy
Cognitive therapy
Cognitive behavior therapy (CBT)
Coherence therapy
Collaborative therapy
Compassion focused therapy (CFT)
Concentrative movement therapy
Contemplative psychotherapy
Contextual therapy
Conversational model
Conversion therapy

Dance therapy
Depth psychology
Daseins analysis
Developmental Needs Meeting Strategy
(DNMS)
Dialectical behavior therapy (DBT)
Drama therapy
Dream work
Dyadic Developmental Psychotherapy
(DDP)
Ecological counseling
Emotionally focused therapy (EFT)
Emotional Freedom Techniques (EFT)
Encounter groups
Eye movement desensitization and reprocessing (EMDR)
Existential therapy
Exposure and response prevention
Expressive therapy

Family therapy
Feminist therapy
Focusing
Freudian psychotherapy
Functional analytic psychotherapy (FAP)
Future-oriented therapy
Gestalt therapy
Gestalt theoretical psychotherapy
Group analysis
Group therapy
Guided affective imagery

Hakomi
Holotropic Breathwork
Holding therapy
Human Givens
Hypnotherapy

Inner Relationship Focusing
Integrative body psychotherapy
Integral psychotherapy
Integrative psychotherapy
Intensive short-term dynamic
psychotherapy
Interpersonal psychoanalysis
Interpersonal psychotherapy
Jungian psychotherapy
Logo therapy
Milieu therapy
Mindfulness-based cognitive therapy
Mindfulness-based stress reduction
Metallization-based treatment
Method of levels (MOL)
Mode Deactivation Therapy (MDT)
Morita therapy
Motivational interviewing
Multi modal therapy
Multi theoretical psychotherapy
Music therapy

Object relations psychotherapy
Ontological hermeneutics
Orthodox psychotherapy

Parent-child interaction therapy
Parent management training
Person-centered therapy
Play therapy
Positive psychotherapy
Postural Integration
Primal therapy
Primal Integration
Prolonged exposure therapy
Provocative therapy
Psychoanalysis
Psychodrama
Psychodynamic psychotherapy
Psychosynthesis
Pulsing

Rational emotive behavior therapy (REBT)
Rational living therapy (RLT)
Reality therapy
Recovered-memory therapy
Reichian psychotherapy
Relational and Compassionate
Psychotherapy
Relational-cultural therapy
Remote therapy
Rogerian psychotherapy

Sand play therapy
Schema therapy
Self-relations psychotherapy
Sensorimotor psychotherapy
Sexual Identity Therapy
Sex therapy
Social therapy
Solution focused brief therapy
Somatic Experiencing
Status dynamic psychotherapy
Supportive psychotherapy
Systematic desensitization
Systemic therapy

T-groups
Therapeutic community
Thought Field Therapy
Transactional analysis
Transference focused psychotherapy
Transpersonal psychology
Transtheoretical model (TTM or
"stages of change")
Twelve-step programs


Vegeto therapy
Wilderness therapy

Narrative therapy
Nonviolent Communication
Nude psychotherapy
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