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This is an alphabetical list of psychotherapies. See the main article psychotherapy for a description
of what psychotherapy is and how it developed (see also counseling, and the list of counseling
topics). This list contains some approaches that may
not call themselves a psychotherapy but have a similar aim, of improving mental health
and well being through talk and other means of communication. In the 20th century, a great number of psychotherapies
were created. All of these face continuous change in popularity,
methods and effectiveness. Sometimes they are self-administered, either
individually, in pairs, small groups or larger groups. However, a professional practitioner will
usually use a combination of therapies and approaches, often in a team treatment process
that involves reading/talking/reporting to other professional practitioners. The older established therapies usually have
a code of ethics, professional associations, training programs, and so on. The newer and innovative therapies may not
yet have established these structures or may not wish to.==A==
Abreaction therapy Accelerated experiential dynamic psychotherapy
(AEDP) Acceptance and commitment therapy (ACT)
Adlerian therapy Adventure therapy
Analytical psychology Animal-assisted therapy
Art therapy Attack therapy
Attachment-based psychotherapy Attachment-based therapy (children)
Attachment therapy Autogenic training
Aversion therapy==B==
Behavioral activation Behavior modification
Behavior therapy Bibliotherapy
Biodynamic psychotherapy Bioenergetic analysis
Biofeedback Body psychotherapy
Brief psychotherapy==C==
Classical Adlerian psychotherapy Chess therapy
Child psychotherapy Client-centered psychotherapy
Co-counselling Cognitive analytic therapy
Cognitive therapy Cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT)
Coherence therapy Collaborative therapy
Compassion focused therapy (CFT) Concentrative movement therapy
Contemplative psychotherapy Contextual therapy
Counting method Conversational model
Conversion therapy==D==
Dance therapy or dance movement therapy (DMT) Depth psychology
Daseinsanalysis Developmental needs meeting strategy (DNMS)
Dialectical behavior therapy (DBT) Drama therapy
Dreamwork Dyadic developmental psychotherapy (DDP)==E==
Eclectic psychotherapy Ecological counseling
Emotionally focused therapy (EFT) Emotional Freedom Techniques (EFT)
Encounter groups Eye movement desensitization and reprocessing
(EMDR) Existential therapy
Exposure and response prevention Expressive therapies==F==
Family Constellations Family therapy
Feminist therapy Focusing (psychotherapy)
Freudian psychotherapy Functional analytic psychotherapy (FAP)
Future-oriented therapy==G==
Gestalt therapy Gestalt theoretical psychotherapy
Grief counseling Group analysis
Group therapy Guided affective imagery==H==
Hakomi Holotropic Breathwork
Holding therapy Humanistic psychology
Human Givens Hypnotherapy==I==
Inner Relationship Focusing Institutional psychotherapy
Integrative body psychotherapy Integral psychotherapy
Integrative psychotherapy Intensive short-term dynamic psychotherapy
Internal Family Systems Model Interpersonal psychoanalysis
Interpersonal psychotherapy Interpersonal reconstructive therapy==J==
Journal therapy Jungian psychotherapy==L==
Logic-based therapy Logotherapy==M==
Marriage counseling MDMA-assisted psychotherapy Milieu therapy
Mindfulness-based cognitive therapy Mindfulness-based stress reduction
Mentalization-based treatment Metacognitive therapy
Method of levels (MOL) Mode deactivation therapy (MDT)
Morita therapy Motivational interviewing
Multimodal therapy Multisystemic therapy
Multitheoretical psychotherapy Music therapy==N==
Narrative therapy Nonviolent Communication
Nouthetic counseling Nude psychotherapy==O==
Object relations psychotherapy Orthodox psychotherapy==P==
Parent–child interaction therapy Parent management training
Pastoral counseling Person-centered therapy
Play therapy Poetry therapy
Positive psychology Positive psychotherapy
Postural Integration Primal therapy
Primal Integration Process oriented psychology
Process psychology Progressive counting (PC)
Prolonged exposure therapy Provocative therapy
Psychedelic therapy Psychoanalysis
Psychodrama Psychodynamic psychotherapy
Psychosynthesis Psychotherapy and social action model
Pulsing==R==
Rational emotive behavior therapy (REBT) Rational living therapy (RLT)
Reality therapy Rebirthing-breathwork
Recovered-memory therapy Reichian therapy
Relationship counseling Relational-cultural therapy
Remote therapy Rogerian psychotherapy==S==
Sandplay therapy Schema therapy
Sensorimotor psychotherapy Sexual identity therapy
Sex therapy Social therapy
Solution focused brief therapy Somatic experiencing
Somatic psychology Status dynamic psychotherapy
Structural family therapy Supportive psychotherapy
Systematic desensitization Systemic therapy==T==
T-groups Therapeutic community
Thought Field Therapy Transactional analysis
Transference focused psychotherapy Transpersonal psychology
Transtheoretical model (TTM or “stages of change”)
Twelve-step programs==V==
Vegetotherapy==W==
Wilderness therapy Writing therapy==Y==
Yoga for therapeutic purposes==See also==
List of cognitive–behavioral therapies List of therapies

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