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Psychosocial Psychotherapy

Psychotherapy - 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. A therapy designed to help patients by using a combination of individual psychotherapy and group (social) therapy approaches to rehabilitate or provide the interpersonal and intrapersonal skills needed to cope with current situation.

 
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Erik Erikson - ERIK ERIKSON. 1902 - 1994. Dr. C. George BoereE - Among the Oglala Lakota, it was the tradition for an adolescent boy to go off on his own, weaponless and wearing nothing but a loincloth and mocassins, on a dream quest. Hungry, thirsty, and bone-tired, the boy would expect to have a dream on the fourth day which would reveal to him his life's path. Returning home, he would relate his dream to the tribal elders, who would interpret it according to ancient practice. And his dream would tell him whether he was destined to be a good hunter, or a great warrior, or expert at the art of horse-stealing, or perhaps to become specialized in the making of weapons, or a spiritual leader, priest, or medicine man. 4/5  Student

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Erik Erikson's Psychosocial Stages Application for Children's Eating Skills Development. 3/5
The Change Works - Ericksonian Hypnosis, NLp and The Enneagram.  3/5
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Casework: A Psychosocial Therapy
New Frontiers in Psychosocial Therapy

Casework: A Psychosocial Therapy

 

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