noun, plural psy·cho·ther·a·pies.
Related formspsy·cho·ther·a·pist, noun
Examples from the Web for psychotherapy
On set, my psychotherapy training greatly deepened the experience I had working with the writers, cast, and crew.
LSD, an illicit drug with a serious stigma, was once the darling of the psychotherapy world.
And, this was very rewarding because it was better than any form of psychotherapy.
But I have news for House Republicans that may help them more than years of psychotherapy or a crate of Paxil: You may still win.
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Psychotherapy has suffered too much from the belief that the removal of mental symptoms is a cure of disease.
This is one of the most important benefits that psychotherapy can confer on many of the so-called neurasthenics.
But as our aim is only a discussion of principles of psychotherapy, we have no right to use this method.
Tears and hysterical manifestation are not uncommon, and for these psychotherapy is the most important remedial measure.
This is after all the important feature of the case from the standpoint of psychotherapy.