Psychoanalytic-Based Psychotherapies

Treatments that may help a person overcome psychological problems by uncovering suppressed feelings. Psychoanalytic-based therapies try to help people identify, confront, and eventually work through their psychological problems. The therapies,…

Behavior Therapy

Techniques for changing inappropriate behavior by substituting new behavior. The aim of behavior therapy is to change abnormal or maladjusted behavior associated with certain psychological conditions. The therapist’s goal is…

Cognitive Therapy

An approach to overcoming psychological problems that aims to change inappropriate attitudes and thoughts. Cognitive therapy is based on the idea that some psychological problems are maintained by inappropriate ways…

Person-centered Therapy

A process that aims to increase a person’s self-esteem and encourages self-reliance. Person-centered therapy is based on the concept that an individuals behavior arises from their inner feelings and self-image…

Counseling

Support in identifying and addressing personal problems. People who are having trouble coping with their problems may use counseling to provide support and relieve distress. Counselors act as a sounding…

Group Therapy

Interaction with a small group of people to share experiences and feelings and gain insight or support. Group therapy is thought to be helpful in improving a person’s ability to…