Psychotherapy website helps mental health patients and professionals

Added by on October 18, 2012

Depression Therapy Now announces the launch of its new website that offers information about psychotherapy and how it is used to treat mental health issues like anxiety, panic attacks, depression, postpartum depression, post traumatic stress disorder, and bipolar disorder.

“Psychotherapy is an interdisciplinary form of treatment and therapy that moves beyond a limited clinical paradigm to a broader frame that may include brief term individual and family therapy, play therapy, parental guidance, trauma counselling, bereavement counselling, couples counselling and interventions for more debilitating psychological conditions, such as major depression and anxiety,” said Kurt Marton, an analyst for the website.

The site offers information to those that want to practice in the field of psychotherapy and offers information to patients and people that are seeking help.

For health care practitioners, the website provides information about the various types of psychotherapy that include group psychotherapy, integrative psychotherapy, psychoanalytic psychotherapy, psychodynamic therapy and other types.

The website offers people seeking help for depression, panic attacks and related issues a range of information about their conditions, treatment options, as well as tips for coping.

“Studies have shown that about 1 in 10 adults in the US are affected by depression – psychotherapy is part of a comprehensive treatment plan that focuses on the individual. Depression Therapy Now offers a broad range of information about psychotherapy and mental illnesses,” added Marton.

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