Psychotherapy

The term 'psychotherapy' refers to a form of treatment wherein a therapist interacts with the individual affected by a mental health disorder. The therapist attempts to understand the underlying cause of the mental health disorder, and helps the patient...
Therapeutic activities for children are for those who have ADHD and ADD problems, where they are always looking for a way to while away time, or withdraw themselves from others during play. It is good for teachers and parents...
Low self-esteem, a feeling of perpetual sadness, tiredness, negative attitude, suicidal thoughts, tendency to procrastinate work, insomnia, and weight loss/gain, these are amongst the many symptoms which are experienced by those who suffer from depression. Although, there are medicines...
Recreational therapy is a treatment which is used for patients with mental or physical illnesses, so that they can improve upon their health, become emotionally stronger, get an opportunity to socialize with other people and have a fun time,...
Art is an unhindered form of self expression which does not need to be taught. From the time a child learns to hold a pencil till the time he dies, he is capable of producing some or the other...
As the name suggests, group therapy includes a group of people sitting together with a therapist undergoing a psychotherapy session. In such sessions, people have similar problems that are addressed together as they interact with other participants. The session...
Psychotherapists can work in hospitals, clinics, schools, student health centers, day-care centers for children or older people, prisons, asylums, government offices, psychoanalytical institutes, etc. The human mind is an endless chapter of feelings, emotions, expressions, and thoughts. It is all...
There are times in our lives when there is that something  that we desperately seek or pursue, but the route we follow to reach that something  appears to mislead us and take us further from our goal. In those moments of...
Paradoxical intervention, unlike intention, refers to the steps taken by another individual (not self) to channel one's mind towards a contradicting stimulus in order to rid a disorder. To make things easy, let's split the two words and understand the...
The concept of group therapy was developed in the first half of the twentieth century, as a form of psychotherapy in the United States of America by Joseph H. Pratt, Paul Schilder and Trigant Burrow. Since then, this form...

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Borderline Personality Disorder: Causes, Symptoms and Treatment

Borderline personality disorder (BPD) is a serious mental disorder that is characterized by pervasive mood instability, unstable inter-personal relationships, unstable self-image, and other types...

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