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Various Psychotherapies, not categorised

Various Psychotherapies, not categorised

In the most inclusive sense, the use of absolutely any technique or procedure that has a palliative or curative effects upon any mental, emotional or behavioral disorder. In the case of Sigmund Freud, the founder of Psychotherapy, a Psychoanalytic Theory of Personality.

 
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An Introduction to Reality Therapy and Choice Theory. - Links and Articles. 3/5
Bowen Therapy - NST (Advanced Bowen Therapy). NST (NeurostructuralIntegration Technique). 3/5
Constructivist Learning Theory - An Article. 3/5
Diagnosis: But What Does It Mean? by Joni E. Johnston, Psy.D. - Self Help Magazine Article. 3/5
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Dual Diagnosis Website- The Dual Diagnosis Website for co-occurring mental illness and substance disorders includes the following resources: complete articles and chapters to read or download; up coming events; materials and services for program development and training; development of a national and international treatment program directory; an interactive bulletin board; live chat; subscription to a credentialed listserv; a bibliography; a search engine; and much more. The site is hosted by: Sciacca Comprehensive Service Development for Mental Illness, Drug Addiction and Alcoholism, MIDAA.  5/5
Psychotherapies Fairbairn - FAIRBAIRN'S STRUCTURAL THEORY Richard L. Rubens Beginning in the early 1940's, W. Ronald D. Fairbairn developed a unique psychoanalytic theory that anticipated and laid the groundwork for some of the most important current theoretical advancements.  3/5
  Genograms - A genogram is a pictorial representation of family relationships across several generations. It can be a convenient organizing device to help you identify patterns or develop hypotheses about family functioning.  2/5
  Institute for the Study of Therapeutic Change - The I.S.T.C.--better known as "The Institute for the Study of Therapeutic Change." I.S.T.C. is a research, training, and consultation group dedicated to understanding and promoting human change, growth, and potential. Our philosophy is a simple one: we study how change occurs naturally, spontaneously, and on an everyday basis and then help people and organizations apply that knowledge in solving.  3/5
  Jame Naylor Foundation - UK - A charitable foundation exploring radical new therapy for the treatment of violent behaviour. 2/5
  Rapaport-Klein Study Group. Lists many Psychological Articles. 3/5
  Lacan dot com - Offers essays and exhibits inspired by Lacan. Publishes the periodical "lacanian ink". 2/5
  Learning Theory of Thorndike - Represents the original S-R framework of behavioral psychology: Learning is the result of associations forming between stimuli and responses. Such associations or "habits" become strengthened or weakened by the nature and frequency of the S-R pairings. The paradigm for S-R theory was trial and error learning in which certain responses come to dominate others due to rewards. The hallmark of connectionism (like all behavioral theory) was that learning could be adequately explained without refering to any unobservable internal states. 3/5
  Light Therapy for PMS, Migraine, SAD, and more - Information and products proved effective in trials at major hospitals in the US and UK. Get Relief with Light, not Drugs 2/5
  Multimodal Therapy - Centre for:- Is an international training centre which runs modular courses in multimodal therapy, rational emotive behaviour therapy, cognitive behaviour therapy, coaching, stress management, stress counselling and psychotherapy suitable for professionals wishing to gain more knowledge and skills practice in these subjects. Some related links. 2/5
  New York Psychotherapy Collective - Free referral service to psychotherapists in New York City. 3/5
Psychotherapies
Psychotherapy.net - A free webmagazine for psychotherapists, featuring interviews with leading therapists, articles, humor, CE credits, videos, and other resources to inspire therapists. 3/5
Research Basis of Focusing Oriented / Experiential Psychology - An Article.  3/5
Schema Theory (drawn from D’Andrade 1995). 3/5
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The Tidal Model - Was first developed in the mid 1990's in Newcastle, England. Over the past five years, it has become the focus of a range of mental health and recovery projects, in several different countries and cultures. The Tidal Model is a mental health recovery model. Although the Tidal Model has been applied successfully in acute psychiatric, psychiatric rehabilitation and forensic settings, its primary focus is on helping people begin, and to further pursue, their 'recovery journey'. This site takes time to enter as you have to go through two introduction screen but it's worth the wait. 4/5
Theraputic Recreation - Recreation Therapy is the provision of Treatment Services and the provision of Recreation Services to persons with illnesses or disabling conditions. 3/5
  Therapy is Fantasy: Roleplaying, Healing etc. - It does not possess the ego-centric or autistic qualities that Freud or Piaget discuss as characteristic of fantasy. An Article by John Hughes.  3/5
 
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PsychNet-UK Article: Until we Meet Again - by Tammie Byram Fowles  
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PsychNet-UK Article: Neuro-Emotional Technique™ - by Jef Gazley, M.S.  
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