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    Therapies

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    THERAPIES AND TREATMENTS Due to the harmful effects created by the traumatic experience of being bullied some victims have a hard time recovering from the said situation. They are greatly affected not only socially but mentally‚ emotionally and personally as well. Some even have the psychotic tendency of retreating to their personal haven because of the fear that they will again be experiencing the traumatic experience. Mostly these victims are so affected that their self-esteem suffers great damage

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    which is where therapy comes into the picture. There are many different types of therapy‚ two of which are occupational therapy and physical therapy. These two branches of rehabilitation are very similar and often confused‚ but they are not the same. Physical and occupational therapies often work together and overlap on their treatments. Even though they intersect the therapists are usually looking for a different outcome. The difference in outcome is what makes these two types of therapy crucial to

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    Holding Therapy

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    Holding Therapy What is Holding Therapy? Holding therapy was developed by Dr. Martha Welch in the late 1970s. Dr. Welch was a psychiatrist in New York who began using it with children with autism. Later‚ she outlined her form of therapy in a book titled‚ Holding Time (Welch‚ 1988). Originally‚ Dr. Welch discovered holding therapy with autistic children. Later‚ however‚ she began using this therapy with typical children as well and‚ in her opinion‚ discovered equally satisfying results

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    Pet Therapy

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    Pet Therapy 1 Does Pet Therapy Improve the Health of Those Who Use it? English Composition Pet Therapy 2 This paper reviews the possible beneficial effects pet therapy can have on individuals in both a hospital setting‚ as well as the every growing technique of home health care. Pet Therapy is a fairly new and changing technique in the health care field. The hope of pet therapy is that during visits to the hospital it will help divert parent and children’s attention during

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    Humanistic Therapy

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    Humanistic Therapy Gregg D Black Psychology as a science is not thought of as being integrated. The schools of thought are wide and varied each with their own perceptions. The Humanistic approach to therapy is one that I believe has merit when applied to specific disorders. Humanistic therapy directs the patient to center their attention on their; motivations‚ values‚ emotions and meanings behind their thoughts and actions. The belief is this will bring about a desired change both consciously and

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    Physical Therapy

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    Physical Therapy is a career that focuses on the rehabilitation of others to gain back strength to a certain area. The ways that it can be used in order to help stroke patients. A major condition that physical therapist deal with are strokes‚ which therapist have recently learned about. In order to treat a stroke one must learn the causes‚ what a stroke is‚ how to prevent it‚ and how to treat it in order to help patients. Physical Therapists undergo an average of three years to get a Doctor of Physical

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    Individual Therapy

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    A. Individual Therapy Individual therapy refers to therapy sessions with one client and the social worker. Individual sessions with a Social worker average about 45 minutes to one hour long. Therapy provides a confidential‚ safe and nurturing space to look at yourself and your personal issues. It serves as a type of mirror which provides a spectator position onto one’s own life‚ helping one to make sense of how things fit together. Within this experience the client and therapist work together

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    Expressive Therapies

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    This is a chapter excerpt from Guilford Publications. Expressive Therapies‚ edited by Cathy A. Malchiodi Copyright © 2005 EXPRESSIVE History‚ Theory‚ THERAPIES and Practice ࣍1 Expressive Therapies History‚ Theory‚ and Practice CATHY A. MALCHIODI In his seminal work The Arts and Psychotherapy‚ McNiff (1981) observes that expressive therapies are those that introduce action to psychotherapy and that “action within therapy and life is rarely limited to a specific mode of expression” (p. viii). While

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    Online Therapy

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    Little by little the internet and technology are expanding to incorporate more aspects of our daily lives. The expansion is so vast‚ one can now do just about anything online. On line advances has no doubt positively contributed to businesses‚ education‚ communication‚ and quality of life in general‚ but when does one draw the line? Healthcare is a very serious subject because it deals with people’s lives and well being. Potential problems that may arise from it are not monetary‚ like those involved

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    Therapy Dogs

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    even your life at times depend on your body and mind to heal‚ positivity is the best drug prescribed. How can you stay positive when life gives you so much pain? Well‚ sometimes you need help and a therapy dog may just do the trick. According to Dr. Barker (no pun intended) and Dr. Dawson‚ a therapy dog is a trained animal assisted therapist. The owner or handler of the dog is educated with proper ways to help the patient‚ and the dog follows the handlers command‚ adding a few extra tail wags for

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