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Psychotherapy is a general term for treatment of client's mental health problems with an authorized person to deal with it. During psychotherapy, a client learns about moods, feelings, thoughts and behavior, become aware of how to respond to life's changes. Psychotherapy is used in spoken conversation mostly.

At times therapist use other forms of communications like artwork, psychodrama, narrative story or music.

  1. Syllabus
  2. 1. What is psychotherapy?
  3. 2. Meaning and definition of psychotherapy.
  4. 3. Difference between psychotherapy and counselling.
  5. 4. Psychotherapy in daily life.
  6. 5. Importance of psychotherapy and psychology in human life.
  7. 6. Awareness of psychology.
  8. 7. Different therapies applied in psychotherapy.



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Cupping Therapy

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