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...Therapy Before discussing the reasons on why therapy is an effective method of treatment, let us get a better understanding of what therapy actually is. Therapy is a way of treatment which makes people change their life patterns by getting rid of the feelings of depression, anxiety, and many other psychological disorders. Some of the most effective and widely used therapies include psychoanalytic therapy, cognitive-behavioral therapy, psychodynamic therapy, Gestalt therapy, and group therapy. Most of these therapies focus on unconscious relationship patterns, self-development, psychical feelings, and thoughts and perceptions. Therapy has proved to be an effective method... Your full full May 02, Therapy ...
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...THERAPY Scenario-Anna In this situation, the therapist has to keep Anna on her side. There is obviously tension between Anna and her mother, and she obviously loves her boyfriend. However, there is some concern that this boyfriend, who is older, is putting a lot of pressure on her to have sex. The professional counselor has to keep Anna on her side, while still recognizing that Anna's mother is perhaps right to be a bit worried about the situation. The therapist can do this by communicating with Anna to increase her empowerment and her realization of social pressures which occur during adolescence. Therapists know that during this period of life or life stage change,...
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...Therapy This paper will try and look at the primary characteristics and related features of depression, anxiety and other psychological disorders. However, these disorders have got treatment options that the paper will focus on by answering the following questions: what are the causes of these disorders? What are some of the treatments for these disorders? Therapy Introduction According to Michael & Allan, (2009), psychological disorders form some kind of psychological symptoms that indicates that one is suffering from some distressing problems. The affected persons have some anti social behaviors that affect their social life. They develop traits that are excessive or outrageous in nature... ...
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Feminist Therapy
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...Therapy Feminist Therapy Feminist therapy and its Core Aspects Feminist therapy appears to be an intriguing form oftherapy that places both gender and power in a central position during the entire process. Feminist therapy has its basis on the fact that an individual’s problem may result from the existing social and cultural context. Therefore, feminist therapists focus on understanding the social and cultural setups in which an individual lives in order to understand his or her problems. Feminist therapy emerged after an evident dissatisfaction with the traditional therapies that did not give regard to the contribution of social and cultural setups to the problems of people. Feminist... Feminist...
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Occupational Therapy
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...Therapy (OT) is a generalist field with a number of specialty areas. The core concepts of the profession bind OT practitioners together and provide a unique professional identity, regardless of practice setting. Nevertheless, within practice settings and specialty areas there are varying representations of occupational therapy practice and different aspects of the OT process may take priority Insights on Occupational Therapy Occupational therapy aims to improve a person’s productivity and usefulness in spite of any physical dysfunction of psychosocial disorder. On a personal note, occupational therapy is beneficial for people who underwent surgery, stroke or any other... Introduction Occupational...
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Existential Therapy
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...THERAPY February 21, 2013 Existential Therapy Existential Therapy has many similarities with Person-Centered Counseling according to Bugental (1997) and May and Yalom (1995). According to them Existential-Humanistic Therapy is more of a philosophy of how things are or how things should be rather than a specific therapy approach. The client is an individual with their own purposes and directions. It focuses on growth or a health oriented approach. The therapist is striving to enter into and understand the client’s world without upsetting, changing or disrupting that world. The core issue is life itself. This therapy contends... Existential EXISTENTIAL...
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Physical therapy
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...Therapy PERSONAL CHARACTERISTICS Physical therapy is a specialized profession that deals on the improvement of mobility, relief of pain, restoration of physical function and total fitness (Physical Therapy – Topic par. 2) which may be related to oncology, women’s health (par. 4), musculoskeletal, neurological, cardiopulmonary, and integumentary (skin) systems (Physical Therapy par. 1). This profession requires physical and mental agility to which I possess. My interpersonal and communication skills would allow me to work well with the patient and other health care providers (e.g. physician, nurse) also involved with the rehabilitation of the patient. Communication and interpersonal... ID No. Physical...
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CAM Therapy
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...Therapy CAM Therapy I went to Dr. Glen Siegel, a chiropractor. I chose to go Dr. Seigel because a friend recommended him to me. Besides, heat therapy appealed to me because it is cheaper than other forms of therapy. At the health care centre, the doctor provided me with the service of heat therapy. I shared with Dr. Seigel about my back pain and he administered heat therapy to me. At first, I was very nervous because I thought that heat therapy would not work for me. However, the result was excellent because I got some pain relief after the therapy. Heat therapy is a crucial pain reliever and also provides healing benefits to numerous forms of back pain. Heat therapy helps to ease pain... CAM Therapy...
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Gene Therapy
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...Therapy: Problems and Solutions to Problems Gene therapy is a method of treating various acquired and genetic diseases with genes. This is an experimental technique and is done by inserting genetic material into the patient’s cells. In this form of treatment, the diseases are either treated or prevented by replacing abnormal gene, or by introducing the absent gene or by supplementing the defective gene (Genetics Home Reference, 2008). The genes thus introduced exert their benefits by either compensating for the abnormal genes or by producing beneficial protein or by supplementing the abnormal gene (Hecht, n. p.). The first gene therapy clinical trial started in 1990 (Verma and Weitzman, n. p...
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Occupational therapy
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...Therapy CASE STUDY REPORT: OCCUPATIONAL THERAPY Psychosocial Influences to Occupational Performance Major depressive disorder, MDD or clinical depression is a disorder of the mind whose manifestations includes an all round low mood, lack of interest in activities that one initially enjoyed, and low self-esteem (Beck, 2009). MDD is a condition that disables its victim’s health, eating and sleeping habits, school and work life, as well as family. Approximately 4% of victims end up committing suicide, while 65% of those committing suicide suffered from MDD or some other form of mood disorder (Beck, 2009). The patient’s experiences, reported by them, friends or relatives... ? Case Study Report: Occupational...
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Cognitive therapy
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...Therapy According to Dr. Greg Mulhauser, Cognitive therapy (or cognitive behavioural therapy) helps the client to uncover and alter distortions of thought or perceptions which may be causing or prolonging psychological distress. Cognitive therapy suggests that psychological distress is caused by distorted thoughts about stimuli giving rise to distressed emotions. The theory is particularly well developed (and empirically supported) in the case of depression, where clients frequently experience unduly negative thoughts which arise automatically even in response to stimuli which might otherwise be experienced as positive. For instance, a depressed client hearing... WORK ESSAY Cognitive Behavioural Therapy ...
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Drama Therapy
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...Therapy The main elements of drama and theatre employed by drama therapists Drama therapy refers to methods adapted from the theatre and drama to the process of psychotherapeutic healing. The primary focus of drama therapy is to assist people grow and heal by practicing and taking on new roles. Drama therapists broaden their applications further than the clinical setting to enhance the lives of at-risk persons, improve the health of people and prevent problems. Drama therapy encompasses psychology and drama; psychology is the study of emotions, thoughts and behavior, while drama evaluates and presents the emotions, thoughts and behavior of people for an audience to observe and understand... ? Drama...
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Pet therapy
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...Therapy for Children and the Elderly Fur-coated animals are frequenting many health facilities to visit friends and even strangers. Such visits are not merely whims of patients or as part of fun or gaming activities. Rather, the animals come to the hospitals to help get sick people well or hasten their recovery. As a matter of fact, there are medical institutions that maintain resident pets such as the Children’s Inn of the National Institutes of Health at Bethesda, Maryland and the Sierra Vista Regional Medical Center. This emerging medical phenomenon is becoming an important part of health care delivery in the form of what is now known as Animal Assisted Therapy or AAT to the point... ” that...
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Family therapy
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...therapy Family Therapy Family therapy is one of the most important areas in psychology, with regard to the society today, which deals with counseling of families and related groups. Family therapy is a form of psychotherapy, where all members of a nuclear family participate, with the aim of working out the communication issue that run amongst them. It serves as a form of treatment that is continuous that aims at helping members of a family understand each other, and modify home influences that contribute to mental disorders of given member/s of the family thus improving communication. Family therapy is a relatively recent advancement in the field of psychotherapy, which was witnessed... by...
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Gestalt Therapy
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...Therapy Introduction There are various therapies that are provided to people with different problems. The theory of Gestalt therapy is an existential type of psychotherapy that puts emphasis on personal responsibility, and focuses on the client-therapist relationship, the person’s experience in the present moment, the social and environmental contexts of an individual’s life, and the self-regulating adjustments which people make due to their general situation. The Gestalt therapy was developed by Paul Goodman, Laura Perls, and Fritz Perls. The initial objective of Gestalt therapy is for the clients to gain awareness of what they are experiencing and doing at that moment. In general, people... Gestalt...
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Narrative Therapy
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...Therapy Narrative therapy refers to a style of psychotherapy that makes use of narrative. In the execution of narrative therapy, the narrative therapist focuses primarily on the client’s stories during therapy sessions (American Psychological Association, 2006). The primary purpose of narrative therapy is to provide a fresh approach to counseling, as well as social work, which provides a respectful and non-blaming environment. This approach further allows people to consider themselves the experts of their own lives. Particularly, narrative therapy helps consider problems as distinct from the people they affect since it presumes that people typically possess diverse skills, beliefs, values... Narrative...
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Gene Therapy
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...Therapy Number Gene therapy can be defined as the use of DNA as a drug to treat disease by delivering therapeutic DNA into a patient’s cells/ it is a form of treatment involving the alteration of genes inside the somatic cells that halt disease/ an experimental technique that uses genes to treat or prevent diseases (Espejo, 2004). Commonly, gene therapy involves using DNA that encodes a functional therapeutic gene to replace a mutated gene. Other approaches of gene therapy include using in place of a natural human gene, DNA that encodes a therapeutic protein drug or directly correcting a mutation to elicit treatment. Gene...
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IV therapy
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...Therapy Peripheral intravenous is invasive and can predispose patients to infections from microorganisms that could get into the body either in-situ or during administration. Infections caused by peripheral intravenous administration come with high morbidity and extended hospitalization. Microorganisms could attach themselves on the hands of the medical practitioner or from the skin of the patient. Studies have been done seeking to establish the most effective way of administering and subsequently monitoring peripheral I.V so as to reduce the risk of possible infections. These studies have recommended that peripheral I.V cannula should stay in-situ for not longer than 72...
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Massage Therapy
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...Therapy Massage therapy is an effective means of treating the effects of physical and mental stress. It can have a profound effect on the body's ability to maintain overall strength and healthy functioning by alleviating stress and relaxing overworked muscles. Massage has been proven to be a valuable component of an overall health regimen and promoting a healthy lifestyle. Effects of Massage Massage is known to decrease anxiety and improve circulation, thereby improving sleep quality. As a result, it has been found to promote higher energy levels, reduce fatigue, and facilitate better concentration and mental alertness. It is useful as part of a treatment program for many... Benefits of Massage...
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Therapy Practitioner
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...THERAPY PRACTITIONER and why I am ready to be placed on the website via email to the above referenced email address. THERAPY PRACTITIONER is a service to keep our mind peaceful and honest. This is a service to God. The therapist where to be considered as God for the modern days as they only saves millions of life from serious diseases or injuries. My plans are to make therapy successful with out any failure. I want to preach the techniques that I know to others by spreading the message through conference and phone calls. I have a huge responsibility to bring the confidence level of a sick person to live a happy life by performing the therapy successfully. I make... the people realize the...
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Gene therapy
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...Therapy Genes are contained in molecules called DNA and the blueprints from which all men are made are contained within the DNA molecule. When DNA was discovered, scientists came to realize that it could be broken down and restructured to help cure disease (Dowshen). This process is termed gene therapy. The field of gene therapy has been researched for decades and is continually being developed. Almost all diseases have a genetic component and by correcting the genetic code, the rules of the game can be changed. Though scientists are still figuring out the intricacies of gene therapy, and there is much room left for improvement, once gene therapy is mastered it could revolutionize the world... Gene...
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Larval therapy
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...therapy started in the early 1930s when American surgeon William Baer introduced the maggot therapy into the clinical... Who was the first man who recognised benefits of using maggots for treatment infected wounds Ancient Greek Was it the medicine men of Australian tribes (SMTL, 2003) Or the great French surgeon Ambroise Par We can only suppose - only few historical references were dedicated to this issue. But what is the reality and undoubted fact it is increased interest to the alternative approaches in the wound healing. British researchers and health care patricians participate very actively in the process of developing this "new old" method of wound debridement. An official history of larval therapy ...
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Online Therapy
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...therapy to individuals through online chat rooms and email. Online therapy has many benefits, for house-bound patients, for example, who are not able to visit the office of psychotherapist for face-to-face conversation. Most of the professional associates have already launched the online therapy programs which are available for remote individuals. Despite of the benefits embedded in online therapy, the service... Internet has become the source for communication, shopping, research and education. At the same time, internet provides the opportunity to find advice, read real life stories and share feelings. Thousands of licensed professional in mental health as well as freelancers offer the online...
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Physical Therapy
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...Therapy Health sciences and medicine Physical Therapy Physical therapy is a branch of the medical profession associated withtreatment of disabilities and impairment of musculoskeletal function, it also promotes movement potential using examination (What is physical therapy, n.d.). An individual who specializes in this field is known as a physical therapist and performs medical examinations, diagnosis and the appropriate physical interventions to ensure that the musculoskeletal structures function effectively and efficiently. The field also includes consultation, research, education and administration. Licensing requirements depend on the location of the individual; however, the American... ? Physical...
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Family Therapy
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...THERAPY FOR JUVENILE EATING DISORDER Theoretical Background Family therapy programs fall between the intersections of psychology and sociological sciences in the society. In this regard, therapy programs derive its principles from the belief that a family unit is a unique social institution with distinct structures and communication patterns. According to Carr (2012), therapy counselors acknowledge that family units defers from one household to another. The difference arises from factors like social and cultural backgrounds of household couples. Social background plays an influential role in determining individual’s values and convictions. In addition, individual personality... ? Running Head: FAMILY...
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Behavior Therapy
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...therapy on the other hand uses substitution as a quick solution to the root problem (Corey, 2013). If a victim reacts by crying, the therapist finds a way of replacing the act of crying with something else which could be less embarrassing to the subject. In this case, the victims have not changed in the way they react or reason in certain... Psychoanalytic approach and behavior therapists Psychoanalytic Approach and Behavior Therapists Every psychiatric problem has to be dealt with from the basis of it all because for every behavior to manifest there must be a force or a motivation behind it. It is very evident that people act the way they do because of a specific reason or as a reaction to self-defense...
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Gene Therapy
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...therapy can be defined as a form of disease treatment in which genes of the cells in the body are changed. In gene therapy, a suitable nucleic acid polymer(s) is inserted into the cells of a patient so that the polymers can treat the disease by interfering with protein expression (that causes the disease) or by themselves expressing as proteins or by correcting the mistakes in genes that could be resulting in an ailment. The commonest gene therapy involves substituting a mutated gene (that is causing disease) with a new functional gene obtained from DNA that is deliberately inserted into the cells to encode this new helpful gene. A vector is used in gene therapy as a package... Insert Introduction Gene...
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Computerized Therapy
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...therapy is the relationship initiated between a human being and a computer. In this case, the computer takes issues from a person just like in the case of a human. Human therapists are tasked with the role of listening to the emotions of people and finding a way of addressing them. Therapy operates on the basis of curing the human mind and soul of issues that cause depression and other bad conditions. This literature review will delve deeper into the question of computerized therapy and highlight various issues related to the concept. In this case, a review of the medical process will be undertaken (Cartreine, Ahern & Locke, S.E, 3). This will be instrumental... number Literature review Computerized...
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Occupational therapy
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...Therapy interventions for strokepatients The essay is a report, which is presented in the School of Health and Social Sciences, Coventry University, towards the degree of Bachelor of Science With Honors in Occupational Therapy on the 15th Feb 2006. CONTENTS ABSTRACT CONTENTS LIST OF TABLES 4 INTRODUCTION 5 Background Relevance to Occupational Therapy Literature Review METHODOLOGY 10 What is a systematic review Literature search The systematic review process DISCUSSION &CONCLUSION REFERENCES Abstract The objective of the present systematic review... The present essay presents a systematic review, which throws light on the question How effective are Occupational...
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Art Therapy
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...therapy and art therapy which functions under occupational therapy, physical, social activities are also provided by the service. The referrals can be made through GPs, primary care providers and self-referrals also take place... Placement Essay Currently I'm doing my placement in a day hospital service within the Mental health unit for adults. The Day hospital designated for adults between 18 - 65 year old with severe or enduring mental health illnesses. The service is based on a holistic and multi-disciplinary team approach. The day hospital team is made up of nurses, doctors, psychologists, social workers, occupational therapists and patient organizations. The day hospital provides occupational...
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Sand try Therapy/play therapy
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...Therapy Introduction Each developmental level, from childhood, adolescence and adulthood manifests distinctive behavioral patterns common in their age groups. In the case of children, their vulnerability to internal and external changes makes them liable to develop coping patterns that can be psychologically unhealthy. As they are inclined to respond to any play activities, psychology experts proposed this as effective means in reaching behind the defensive facade erected by emotionally-disturbed children. According to Axline (1989), the principles exhibited in utilizing play activities as a psychological therapy can be effective in letting children play out their inner turmoil and problems... ?Sandtray...
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Group therapy
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...Therapy Type of Group Problems in conduct and delinquent behaviors among adolescents are popular. That is why the specific population chosen includes adolescents who are under diversion programs for juvenile offenders. The group therapists handling this case are those who are expert in handling cases in human behaviors and in this issue those who would want to come up with empirical evidence regarding the impact of common diversion programs on recidivism. After all, evidence-based research on this area is necessary for effective evaluation of the effectiveness of juvenile diversion programs on delinquent behaviors and conduct problems among adolescents (Mears et al., 2011). Setting Among... Group...
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Sex Therapy
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...therapy is a specialized form of professional counseling that helps both men and women overcome their sex related problems. It is the treatment of sexual problems such as non-consummation, premature ejaculation or erectile dysfunction, low libido, unwanted sexual fetishes, sexual addiction, painful sex, or a lack of sexual confidence. It also helps in recovering people who have suffered from sexual harassment. It can solve erectile dysfunction problems which are mainly caused because of stress, work pressure, problems in personal relationship or lack of proper sexual communication. Sex therapists provide sessions to those who are facing these problems and help them recover...
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Family Therapy
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...Therapy Family therapy is also referred to as family systems therapy or simply family counselling; it is a branch of psychotherapy whose main concern is to foster change and development in families and relationships. In this approach to family counselling, change is viewed in terms of the interaction systems that exist between different members of the family, and existing family relationships are regarded as fundamental factors that contribute towards psychological health. To date, there exists several schools of thought with varying approaches to family therapy; for instance, some of the leading models of family therapy include, but are not limited to the Structural, Milan Systemic... and...
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Physical Therapy
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...Therapy Introduction Physical therapy (physiotherapy) is a health care profession which provides services to individuals for maintainingor restoring body parts movements which may be defective due to some problems or diseases. This paper is an admission essay for physical therapy course, explaining my characteristics, motivation for this course and experience in interacting with different people Personal characteristics suitable for the profession of physical therapy I am always ready to help others and have immense patience and temperament in servicing others. I know very well that to be successful in this profession, the physical therapist should possess certain important skills like...  Physical...
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Behaviour therapy
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...Therapy for Depression The psychological and physical cost of depression in human terms is incalculable. The medical condition affects the way individuals interact with others as well as the negative way in which they feel about themselves which often includes thoughts of suicide. Depression triggers a combination of thoughts and feelings that often causes an individual to stray from their normal behaviour. The symptoms of depression may appear suddenly for no specific reason or may occur following a medical condition or life-altering event. Either way, depression is an emotionally crippling disorder. The monetary cost is calculable, however. In 2001, the estimated cost of adult... Behaviour...
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Art Therapy
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...therapy Introduction This research paper is devoted to the discussion of art therapeutic effect. As faras we could see from literature sources, art is not only a ‘pill for human soul’, but it can heal people directly. Art therapy is a young science though its successes are undeniable. Emotional disorders, anxiety, depression, pain release, social misunderstandings and other issues can be treated in the process of art therapy. A further discussion is based on contemporary studies in art therapy field. There is made an attempt to discuss effects of art therapy on patients with psycho-emotional...
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Aroma Therapy
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...Therapy Aroma therapy entails the use of plant oils usually by means of inhalation, in the bath or by massage with the intent to benefit physically or emotionally from its healing effects. This growing therapeutic practice is commonly reported to address various types of afflictions ranging from strengthening the immune system to reliving stress, controlling hair loss and reducing flatulence among many others. This fascinating treatment is an alternative to conventional medical techniques but its use as a healing agent has been known for more than a thousand years prior to the emergence of modern medicine. This discussion briefly examines the history of aroma therapy then details... the...
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Music therapy
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...THERAPY Inserts His/Her Inserts Grade Inserts MUSIC THERAPY In the modern era, the technology has progressed and the world is advancing towards new methods and procedures of doing things. The manufacturing and service sectors have adopted new procedures. New treatments for the diseases have been introduced in the healthcare sector and the people in the society have been equipped with more sophisticated standards of living. This paper shall discuss one such sophistication of the modern day advancements, known as the Music Therapy. Music Therapy It is the innate quality of a human being to respond to and appreciate the use of music. It has now become a well known fact... that the human’s...
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Music therapy
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...therapy Abstract Music is an art involving sound and silence. The sound should have a pitch, a rhythm, dynamics, a timbre, and texture. Music has to be created and performed, and it should have significance; of which all differ from one culture to another. Music could be in the form of an organized composition or in aleatoric form, and as an art, it could be a performing art, a thriving art or an auditory art. Music is a hugely crucial aspect of life that heard everywhere at all times. In fact, John Cage had it that any sound can be music i.e. there is no noise. While Jean-Jacques, a musicologist, added by saying that cultural definition in the border between music and noise. Music is an art...
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ABA Therapy
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...Therapy for children with Autism issuing grant: Project s: Amount of grant: The purpose of the study is to conduct logical literature review examining Applied Behavioral Analysis (ABA) therapy on people with Autistic Spectrum Disorder with the purpose of contributing to a wholly evidence-based practice. References from studies conducted in the last five years, scholarly articles and published papers will be used to extract information that is used in this study. The exclusion criterion will be pegged on the type of paper, year of publication, the title of the paper theme and authors information. The selected articles will be critically analyzed. The will...
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Gene therapy
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...Therapy, Safety Concerns and Improving Safety Methods Gene therapy is a method of treating various acquired and genetic diseases with genes. This is an experimental technique and is done by inserting genetic material into the patient’s cells. In this form of treatment, the diseases are either treated or prevented by replacing abnormal gene, or by introducing the absent gene or by supplementing the defective gene (Genetics Home Reference, 2008). The genes thus introduced exert their benefits by either compensating for the abnormal genes or by producing beneficial protein or by supplementing the abnormal gene (Hecht, 2004). The first gene...
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Sex Therapy
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...Therapy Outline Introduction An overview of sexual therapy Differences between systematic approaches and traditional approaches in sex therapy Conclusion The recent years have seen invention of rapid advancements in issues concerning sex therapy. The technique is a useful instrument for treating sexual dysfunctions. The experience has long lived since time immemorial, just as sex problems have been so rampant. The application of various approaches has been given credit over the years in a bid to counteract the dysfunctions, and various advanced techniques have emerged in the recent years that in one way or the other surpass or they are surpassed by the traditional... ...
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Bacteriophage therapy
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...therapy in curing infections It is risky for a system affected by bacteria toresist antibiotics therapy as this could be detrimental to an individual’s immune system. Over the past few years, acquisition of new antibiotics to fight the infections has significantly dropped posing an even bigger risk to the future. Medics have resigned to inclining to only a few bacterial pathogens such as Acinetobacter that proves beyond the measure of their capability to resist the bacteria. This has in essence been a great force in medicine as it is significantly positive. These pathogens have been quite essential especially in treated patients who suffer high degree burns. Presently... The relevance of bacteriophage...
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Family Therapy
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...Therapy session with Jim and Pam of the TV show, The Office (US) (2005) Family Therapy session with Jim and Pam of the TVshow, The Office (US) (2005) Family therapy sessions with Jim and Pam required a family therapy model that considered the inner experiences of the clients. Firstly, the two seem extremely compatible, even before the therapy sessions I congratulated them for seeking to overcome the difficulties they were experiencing in their relationship. From a historical perspective of the relationship of Jim and Pam, I also realized they had developed a bond and friendship, which would allow for an easier resolution of their situation (Becvar & Becvar, 2006). For these reasons... ,...
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Reality Therapy
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...Therapy for a Multicultural Population. Insert Insert s Name Introduction Therapy has the aim of enabling clients to cope with the problems they face in day-to-day living. Importantly, each counselling situation is unique from any other and counsellors ought to change their techniques in to fit the personal needs of a client. In addition, the uniqueness of diversity in culture of clients should be given particular attention. In order to offer the best counselling services and to the progressively more diverse clientele, it is important to analyse the applicability of different theoretical orientations critically. Reflections... Compare the use of Rogerians Person-Centred Approach to Reality...
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Cancer Therapy
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...therapy Angiogenesis is defined as the generation of new blood vessels from an existing vessel (Folkman, 2001).it is also defined as "Angiogenesis is a prominent feature of many physiological and pathological processes, including wound healing, luteinization, and tumor growth" (Folkman, 1987., Folkman, 1992). Sustained Angiogenesis is one of the six Hallmarks of Cancer determined by Hanahan and Weinberg in 2000 proposed six characteristic capabilities by which normal cells become cancer cells (Sato 2002. The study of microvascular changes induced by tumors has prognostic value (Bosari, 1992., Weidner, 1993) and permits design of new approaches... The potential of angiostatic approaches to cancer therapy...
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Music Therapy
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...therapy, the mind-body intervention, laughing, and shamanism. Mediation while walking, doing physical exercises like yoga, the vibe factors, and the healing attitudes are also other non-medicinal practices that may facilitate the healing process. One of the most effective ways of alternative and complementary approaches is the music therapy. Listening to music positively affect thoughts, behaviors and feelings of individuals (Lindquist... al Affiliation Number Alternative medicine The use of non-conventional approaches has shown a high effectiveness in the alternative treatment processes. This paper thus aims at providing the summary of some of the identified methods of alternative healing like music...
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Respiratory therapy
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...therapy/Radiology There are numerous standards that govern the care that is given to patients are every given level. These standards areset to ensure that every client receives the highest level of medical care in cases of emergencies as well as other cases. As such, it is mandatory that medical professionals observe these standards to avoid casualties as well as other conditions that may affect the health of the patients due to negligence. In the case study under analysis, there are several breaches to the standards of care that were either due to negligence of inactivity of the professionals that were responsible for the health of the plaintiff. There are several standards... therapy/Radiology There...
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Group Therapy
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...Therapy: Toronto: Canadian Scholars Press. Top of Form Bottom of Form Teitelbaum, J., & Wilensky, S. (2013). Essentials of sound work group(2nd ed.). Sudbury, Mass.: Jones & Bartlett Learning.... Process According to Bryant (2009), working together brings about a multiplier effect on the work done by each member. As such, group processes is an important tool especially in education context. However, there are various issues that are associated with group processes. These issues are discussed below: Domineering Personalities These are members in the group that are highly regarded in all matters. In group work, they will raise all the points and even make lengthy contributions in expense of other members....
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