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Psychotherapy is also known as talk therapy, and it helps in treating various types of mental health disorders. Largely used to treat disorders like anxiety, depression, and more, Psychotherapy has also shown itself to be effective in treating Schizophrenia. Different types of psychotherapy for Schizophrenia include Individual Psychotherapy, CBT, CET, and more. These therapies have been shown to be effective in reducing certain symptoms of the disorder.

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What is Psychotherapy?

Psychotherapy, often known as talk therapy, is a treatment option for persons suffering from a wide range of mental diseases and emotional problems. Psychotherapy can help a person perform better, promote well-being, and recover by removing or controlling troublesome symptoms. Psychotherapy may assist with problems such as coping with daily life, the effects of trauma, medical disease, or loss, such as the death of a loved one, and particular mental illnesses such as depression or anxiety. There are various forms of psychotherapy, and some of them may be more effective for certain problems or situations. Psychotherapy can be used in conjunction with other treatments such as medicine.

Who can conduct Psychotherapy?

Psychotherapy can be availed through multiple professionals. The professionals who offer different treatments under this include psychiatrists, psychologists, psychiatric social workers, counselors, family therapirsts, and more.

Is psychotherapy effective?

Most persons who get psychotherapy report symptom reduction and improved ability to operate in their daily lives, according to research. Approximately 75% of persons who seek psychotherapy benefit from it. Psychotherapy has been linked to good changes in the brain and body, as well as improved emotions and behaviours. There are also fewer sick days, fewer disabilities, less medical issues, and more job satisfaction as some of the benefits of Psychotherapy.