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    Attachment Theory in Grief Counselling Therapy

    Attachment, loss and the experience of grief Attachment Theory founded by John Bowlby (1977) it explains how we as humans obtain affectionate bonds with others and the way when they are threatened how we as humans are inclined to react. He suggests that these attachments come from a need for safety and security. (P7) in […] More

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    Art therapy

    Art therapy is a therapeutic method that consists of assorted types of digital arts and crafts ( that includes drawing, painting, sculpture, and related techniques) as a way of Conversation. Art therapy is discovered mainly for the one who is affected by dependancy, trauma, mental disorder. To overcome this downside Making artwork and craft and […] More

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    Art Therapy And Trauma Psychology

    Art therapy is a type of psychotherapy that use arts their major technique of communications in order to improve the emotional and psychological well being of the patients. It combines the areas of human developments, visible art similar to drawing, sculpture, painting and other forms of art and the inventive process with counselling and psychotherapy. […] More

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    Anti-angiogenic Therapy for Breast Cancer

    Abstract Tumors want sustained vascular provide of their growth and achieved by vascular endothelial development factor(VEGF) households, so the anti-angiogenic therapy, which aims at stopping the VEGF path to inhibit the overexpression of VEGF ligand family, have large potential in curing tumors. But in breast cancer remedy, this sort of therapy didn’t present nice effectivity […] More

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    Adlerian Group Therapy

    According to Glanz and Hayes (1967) Group Counseling and group terapy are almost contradictory concepts to he individual not acquainted with the detailed practices present and groups, counceling, and therapy. multiple counseling, group steerage, and the lmost interchangeble use of counseling and psychotherapy have added to the uncertainty of the dimensions and true nature of […] More

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    Aaron Beck – The father of cognitive therapy

    Aaron T. Beck is taken into account the father of cognitive therapy was born on July 18, 1921 in Providence Rhode Island. His mother, Elizabeth Temkin, married his father, Harry Beck, in 1909. He is the youngest of five children. Aaron Beck notes that his mom was fairly depressed prior to his delivery due to […] More

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    Aarkstore Enterprise Disease and Therapy Review: Heart Failure

    The Heart Failure Disease and Therapy Review supplies an outline of the illness and associated situations, with incidence, prevalence, and mortality numbers and percentages for main international locations worldwide, info on analysis, and an summary of remedy. Dosing and remedy value information is provided for varied therapy types. General info on the guts failure market, […] More

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    A Case Study: Existential Therapy

    After meeting with Anna and following her initial analysis I have decided that it will be in her best curiosity to draw upon the concepts of the Existential principle. Using the concepts behind Existential Therapy we are going to transfer in path of creating an excellent therapist and client relationship. We will then work collectively […] More

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    About Abuse-Focused Cognitive Behavioral Therapy

    The solely thing that tells everyone other than everybody else is every person’s genetic make-up. And there is solely one exception and that would equivalent twins, as a outcome of no two individuals are the same. This could be mentioned true about the means in which all of us think. There is no one person […] More

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    Nutrition and Diet Therapy

    As one can see from this table, my calorie consumption was consistently under or at the maximum limit that Supertracker set for me. Compared to the first food journal and diet analysis that I completed this is a drastic change for the better. I followed my own recommendation to decrease my daily caloric intake from the […] More

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    Dialectic Behavior Therapy Paper

    This paper will review the article: “Mechanisms of change in dialectical behavior therapy: Theoretical and empirical observations.” This paper will summarize the theoretical and empirical observations that indicate why DBT is successful in treating clients with borderline personality disorder. This paper will discuss the specific aspects of how dialectical behavior therapy is used. Dialectical behavior […] More

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    Family Therapy Model

    Family therapy models of psychotherapy can be divided into three classifications—ahistorical, historical, and experiential (Griffin & Greene, 1998, p. 3). The ahistorical classification includes structural family therapy, strategic family therapy, behavioral family therapy, psychoeducational family therapy, and communication models (Griffin & Greene, 1998, p. 3). The historical classification includes object relations theory and Bowen systems […] More

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    Narrative Therapy

    The Narrative Process Coding System illustrates the use of constructivist methods to assess THE TOPICAL and THEMATIC SHIFTS that characterize client accounts of their experience (Angus, Levitt & Hardke, 1999). 1. SYSTEM TOPIC SEGMENTS – Use the dialogue of a transcribed therapy session break it into topic units that are identified through shifts in protagonists […] More

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    Stone Therapy Treatments -Understand How to use Stone Therapy Treatments

    References – IHM (Indian Head Massage), BM (Body Massage), AM (Pre Blended Aromatherapy Oil Massage, HSM (Hot Stone Massage) Knowledge – B24 – Outcome 10 – HSM UNDERSTAND HOW TO USE STONE THERAPY EQUIPMENT a. Explain the types of safe, purpose-built stone heating equipment and how to use and position them safely. Hot stone heaters […] More

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    Music Therapy

    Music therapy is the use of music by health care professionals to promote healing and enhance quality of life for their patients. Music therapy may be used to encourage emotional expression, promote social interaction, relieve symptoms, and for other purposes. Music therapists may use active or passive methods with patients, depending on the individual patient’s […] More

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    Beauty Therapy

    Salon Reception Duties – Produce A Guide Recording Appointments And Messages Accurately It’s important to record appointments accurately so that the therapists know what clients they have at what time. If you fail to record an appointment accurately then you could cause a real problem when a client comes into the salon to find out […] More

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    Compare and contrast Acceptance and Commitment Therapy

    Introduction The current essay focuses on two different therapeutic techniques, Acceptance and Commitment Therapy and Solution Focused Brief Therapy. The initial component of the essay outlines the therapeutic orientations of both approaches; then, the different approaches are related to a case study of a young lady called Linda who is seeking counseling due to feelings […] More

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    Understanding the Principles and Practices of Cognitive Behaviour Therapy

    This essay intends to examine some of the principles and practices of Cognitive Behaviour Therapy an approach to therapy that has become a staple of modern day therapy and reflective professional practice based on ‘actively constructing a collection, selection and interpretation of data’ (Finlay and Gough, 2003, p.5). This examination will begin with a critical […] More

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    Transgenerational and Structural Family Therapy

    Abstract Understanding how a family works and interacts is the key objective of a therapist. In this paper the transgenerational model and the structural family therapy model are presented as the two more appropriate and effective models according to the personality and beliefs of the author. An introduction of the most important schools of family […] More

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    Online Therapy Paper

    This paper is related to an online therapy. This paper consists of the elements and contents of the information that is found on any online therapy website along with the information of the professionals that are involved in that therapy. The paper also outlines the way in which most of the communication relating online therapy. […] More

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    Physical Therapy

    The profession of physical therapy intrigues me mainly because physical therapy has had a positive impact on my life and I want to be able to have a positive impact on others. Over the years I have had my fair share of injuries and have been fortunate enough to have a physical therapist work on […] More

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    Beauty Therapy Stone Therapy Assignment Brief

    Research the history and origins of stone therapy massage and how it may be incorporated with other therapy related treatments. Massage is one of the oldest forms of hands-on-healing known, people from virtually every culture have used a combination of touch, heat or thermotherapy and stones as therapeutic tools. The three main cultures, which have […] More

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    Person-Centred Therapy

    The Person-Centred Approach developed from the work of the psychologist Dr. Carl Rogers. In 1940s to 1960s, Carl Rogers approach to therapy was considered revolutionary. His specialist knowledge didn’t come from a theory but rather from his clinical therapy. Consequently, theory came out of practice. Person-Centred Therapy was originally seen as non-directive. The reasoning for […] More

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    Person-Centered Therapy

    Person-Centered Therapy is a form of psychoanalytical counseling developed in the 1940s by Carl Rogers. The foundation of this form of therapy stemmed from Rogers’ belief that all people have an inherent desire to be good. Every person has a self-concept or an ideal self which represents what type of person they want to be […] More