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Psychotherapy will help you discover new ways of thinking, acting and reacting, enabling you to cope with diverse situations that cause you psychological distress.
Psychotherapy is used for a wide range of issues including:
- Anxiety disorder
- Personality disorders
- Obsessive compulsive disorder
- Treatment for stress
- Alcohol, drug and gambling dependency, etc.
- Self-control techniques for aggressive impulses
- Affective inhibition
- Difficulties with social relations
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Cognitive behavioural therapy helps you recognise distorted thought processes that cause disorders and teaches you to replace these with more realistic ideas. Negative thinking during depression can be the result of biological causes (e.g. endogenous depression), the educational influence of parents or other sources. A person who is depressed experiences negative thoughts that are beyond their control.
Behavioural psychotherapy offers techniques to give the patient greater control over their negative thinking, correcting “cognitive distortions” or distorted thinking, in a process called cognitive restructuring.
You will also learn new ways to deal with your feelings.
Cognitive psychotherapy can also help you with feelings of anger, anxiety, shyness and panic. The goals are agreed between the therapist and patient, by drawing up a plan structured around the particular needs and characteristics that have been evaluated.
Psychiatrists and psychologists work through interdisciplinary collaboration. The psychiatrist provides the patient with clinical, psychotherapeutic and psychopharmacological monitoring, while the psychologist is responsible for helping the patient by using psychotherapy, relaxation and psychoeducation techniques to restore their wellbeing