psychotherapeutics

[sahy-koh-ther-uh-pyoo-tiks]

Origin of psychotherapeutics

First recorded in 1870–75; psycho- + therapeutics
Related formspsy·cho·ther·a·peu·tic, adjectivepsy·cho·ther·a·peu·ti·cal·ly, adverbpsy·cho·ther·a·peu·tist, noun
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Examples from the Web for psychotherapeutics

Historical Examples of psychotherapeutics

  • Including a study of the chief points of psychotherapeutics and occultism.

  • It is this law of attention that must be taken advantage of for psychotherapeutics.

    Psychotherapy

    James J. Walsh

  • The psychotherapeutics of organic heart disease that is most important is that of prophylaxis.

    Psychotherapy

    James J. Walsh

  • Especially where the headache seems to result from hyperæmia, the trouble seems to be accessible to psychotherapeutics.

    Psychotherapy

    Hugo Mnsterberg

  • When she can thus conceal her own solicitude, a near relative may be the best possible auxiliary in psychotherapeutics.

    Psychotherapy

    James J. Walsh


psychotherapeutics in Medicine

psychotherapeutics

[sī′kō-thĕr′ə-pyōōtĭks]
n.
  1. psychotherapy
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