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Axline's (1947) eight principles of play therapy are commonly cited guidelines for client-centered play therapy (e.
They don't investigate improvement due to factors that occur in any form of therapy, such as a good working relationship between a therapist and a patient.
The best decision I made was to start therapy and to stick with it.
We interview families in our studies who pool their money across twelve or fifteen family members to secure enough therapy for one of many HIV-infected people.
She and other therapists even take part in promoting the therapy program.
Even 50 percent of female ob-gyns surveyed by the American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists in December 2003 said they used hormone therapy to treat their own menopausal symptoms.
Shortly after the July 2002 publication of the Women's Health Initiative findings, the health plan sent a letter to members who were using combined estrogen-progestin therapy, describing the study's findings and suggesting either that they stop using hormone therapy or that they consult with their provider about continuing.
What Epstein and Berzon do agree on about their heated conversation, however, is this: Epstein defended conversion therapy as a legitimate means to help people who are unhappy being homosexual.
For example, Glutathione can be given to help protect the digestive system when receiving chemotherapy or radiation therapy for non-digestive system cancers since it is not absorbed significantly enough to have any potentially (though theoretical) negative effect on the therapy itself.
Because t'ai chi takes years to master, Levine developed PsychoPhysical Balance Therapy (PPBTh therapeutic skills based on t'ai chi principles that can be taught in a weekend workshop.
Xerostomia, an increase in dental caries, sialadenitis, and taste disturbances are recognized complications of radioactive iodine therapy.
When the conduct of patients was not at issue, and the patient's subjectivity or a discrete and definable disease pathogen were the focus of intervention (the "therapeutics of despair" and malaria therapy for syphilitic paresis), physicians developed a psychic conceptualization and localization of disease (in despair), conceived their patients in positive terms (paresis), and constructed with their patients a mutually meaningful definition of disease and its cure.