Vaginismus

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Sexual Desire Disorder

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Sexual Desire Disorder

Premature Ejaculation

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Sexual Performance Anxiety

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Erectile Dysfunction

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Dyspareunia

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Dyspareunia

Anorgasmia

Failure to achieve orgasm during sexualintercourse. Anorgasmia has many causes, including stress,anxiety,depression,…

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Paraphilia

Paraphilia Type of mental disorder characterized by a preference for obsession with unusual sexual practices, as pedophilia, sadomasochism, or exhibitionism. Abnormal sexual desires, typically involving extreme or dangerous…

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Insomnia

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Bulimia / Anorexia

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Borderline Disorder

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Mental disorder / psychological pattern

  Mental disorder or mental illness is a psychological or…

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Psychology

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Domestic Violence

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Stress

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Sexual Orientation

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Phobias

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Generalized Anxiety

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Panic Attack

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Obsessive Compulsive Disorder

Negative Thoughts and Rituals Obsessions Obsessions are thoughts that recur…

Obsessive Compulsive Disorder

Heart Condition

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Depression

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Deficient Abilities

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Couple Problems

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Couple Problems

Bipolar Disorder

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Bipolar Disorder

Anger

  Anger is a negative feeling which often happens when a…

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Addiction

  Addiction is when the body or mind badly wants or…

Addiction

Process distressing memories to more adaptive mechanisms

  Eye movement desensitization and reprocessing (EMDR) is a form…

Process distressing memories to more adaptive mechanisms

Psychotherapy final        

Psychotherapyis an intentional interpersonal relationship to aid in problems of living. It aims to increase the individual's sense of well-being. Psychotherapy employs a range of techniques based on experiential relationship building, dialogue, communication and behavior change that are designed to improve the mental health, or to improve group relationships such as in a family or a couple.


Psychotherapy
 can be seen as an interpersonal invitation offered to aid in reaching full potential or to cope better with problems of life. Psychotherapy requires creating a therapeutic environment frame, which is characterized by a free yet secure climate that enables the client to open up.


Psychotherapy
includes techniques to increase awareness and the capacity for self observation, change behavior and cognition, and develop insight and empathy. A desired result enable other choices of thought, feeling or action; to increase the sense of well-being and to better manage subjective discomfort or distress. Perception of reality is hopefully improved. Grieving might be enhanced producing less long term depression.


Psychotherapy can improve medication response where such medication is also needed.


Psychotherapy can be provided on a one-to-one basis, in group therapy, conjointly with couples and with entire families.


Psychotherapy can occur face to face (individual), over the telephone, or, much less commonly, the Internet.


Psychotherapy time frame may be a matter of weeks or many years. Therapy may address specific forms of diagnosable mental illness, or everyday problems in managing or maintaining interpersonal relationships or meeting personal goals.


Treatment in families with children can favorably influence a child’s development, lasting for life and into future generations. Better parenting may be an indirect result of therapy or purposefully learned as parenting techniques.


Divorces can be prevented, or made far less traumatic. Therapeutic skills can be used in mental health consultation to business and public agencies to improve efficiency and assist with coworkers or clients.


Psychotherapy
uses a range of techniques to influence or persuade to adapt or change in the direction chosen. These can be based on clear thinking about options; experiential relationship building; dialogue, communication and adoption of behavior change strategies. Each is designed to improve the mental health, or to improve group relationships (as in a family).

Most forms of Psychotherapy use only spoken conversation, though some also use other forms of communication such as the written word, artwork, drama, narrative story. Because sensitive topics are often discussed during psychotherapy.

Psychotherapy is legally bound to respect  confidentiality.

The focus in 
Psychotherapyis usually eclectic but includes biological, cultural, and social aspects. 

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