a person trained in the use of physical methods, as exercises, heat treatments, etc., in treating or rehabilitating the sick or wounded or helping patients overcome physical defects.
a person trained in the use of psychological methods for helping patients overcome psychological problems.
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How to use therapist in a sentence
“It’s really challenging to grieve living people,” said Nedra Tawwab, a therapist, content creator and author of “Set Boundaries, Find Peace.”Politics and conspiracy theories are fracturing relationships. Here’s how to grieve those broken bonds. | Jeff Schrum | February 11, 2021 | Washington Post
Whereas a therapist might question the usefulness of identifying oneself as permanently aligned with whatever struggle one is experiencing, engagement-driven platforms help frame conditions as points of identity, badges of honor.This week in TikTok: How does TikTok know I have ADHD? | Rebecca Jennings | February 9, 2021 | Vox
It was not uncommon for her to be delivering food or taking someone to a doctor or a therapist.
On a rainy October night in Kentucky, a recently divorced therapist is on her way home when she spots a man standing precariously on the edge of a bridge.
I suspended judgment about the physical concern, spoke to my therapist, and investigated what lay beneath the fear, which was making a decision about sending my children back to in-person school in the context of accelerating risk.Coronavirus is testing those of us with anxiety. We need to have mental health help available when the pandemic ends. | Sarah Vander Schaaff | January 30, 2021 | Washington Post
British Dictionary definitions for therapist
a person skilled in a particular type of therapy: a physical therapist
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