psychotherapist


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Synonyms for psychotherapist

a therapist who deals with mental and emotional disorders

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In each transcript, a simulated counseling dialogue occurred between a psychotherapist and a client.
PSYCHOANALYST: Some psychotherapists do extensive, special training in psychoanalysis, an in-depth form of therapy that helps people get to the root of their problems.
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Some ladies may even prefer cleaner/winedrinker, so they can share a bottle or two of Prosecco, after which everyone is a psychotherapist.
Unlike most psychotherapists who offer treatment options that focus only on symptoms, Pitaru specializes in depth therapy.
confronted with a situation similar to that outlined above, considered whether, in an involuntary civil commitment hearing pursuant to the statute governing commitment of dangerous persons, a patient's privileged communication with his psychotherapist is waived where the patient is not in custody, and in the psychotherapist's opinion, poses an imminent risk of harm to others or to himself.
However, the formal qualification for becoming a psychotherapist established by the Chinese Ministry of Health in 2002 only indicated that persons with medical licenses were eligible, so many (but not all) provinces in China do not allow psychologists to take the exam that would enable them to work as psychotherapists.
Chapter 6: Spiritual Awareness Psychotherapy opens up a therapeutic path in which the child and adolescent's journey is guided by the psychotherapist through accord with the universe, or the divine, that ultimately bring about a spiritual awareness that leads to awareness, hope, and growth.
Here, a dedicated psychotherapist recasts basic, fundamental information about non-verbal communication, social interaction, and physical emotion in a form comfortable for traditional psychological therapists.
Using psychological methods, a psychotherapist can help a person change his or her life for the better becoming more effective in work or personal relationships.
Supreme Court, in establishing a federal standard for psychotherapist-patient privilege, acknowledged that the success of the psychotherapeutic process requires a high level of confidence and trust in the privacy of communications between psychotherapist and patient.
As a psychotherapist, your approach would be broadly based on a core theoretical model of psychotherapy.
Stauffer, originally a biochemist, later trained as a body psychotherapist at the Chiron Centre for Body Psychotherapy, and currently works as a body psychotherapist and trainer in the UK.
The bill provides that there is no liability and no cause of action against a licensed clinical social worker, marriage and family therapist, or mental health counselor (collectively known as psychotherapists) when the psychotherapist makes a disclosure of otherwise confidential communication regarding a patient or client to the potential victim, appropriate family member, or law enforcement or other appropriate authorities.
A GERMAN psychotherapist has finally landed her dream job, thanks to the Chronicle.