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by Anupam V Kapil

a healthy state of wellbeing free from disease and healing is the natural process by which the body repairs itself.

1. Art Therapy
In art therapy, the client uses clay, paint, and other art medium to create images that explore their feelings, dreams, memories or ideas. People come to art therapy for a variety of reasons. For example, individuals suffering with depression, facing loss, coping with trauma, dealing with addiction, recovering from sexual abuse, or seeking means to overcome anxiety have often found relief, courage, and strengthening insight through art therapy. Creativity can provide a means of expression for that which has no words, or is not yet fully understood. Using the client’s art as an interpretive reference point, the art therapist helps the client further explore their feelings, experiences, and perceptions and claim renewed clarity and meaning in their life.

2. Behavioral Therapy
Behavioral therapies use learning principles (examples given below) to  eliminate or reduce unwanted reactions to external situations, one’s one thoughts and feelings, and bodily sensations or functions

3.Cognitive Therapy
Cognitive therapies rely on other, largely verbal, learning principles —namely, those that involve cognition (perception, thinking, reasoning, attention and judgment). The basic strategy is to change the thoughts, beliefs, assumptions and attitudes that are contributing to the client’s emotional or behavioral problems

4. EMDR--Eye Movement Desensitization Reprocessing-Therapy
Existential therapy is based on developing a client’s insight, or self- understanding, and focuses on problems of living such as choice, meaning, responsibility, and death. This therapeutic approach emphasizes    “free will,” the ability to make choices that are not dictated by heredity or past conditioning, through which an individual can become the person that he or she wants to be.

5. Family/Marital Therapy
Family can influence our perceptions, our modes of interacting, and our styles of communicating. In Family Therapy, the therapist applies therapeutic principles while engaging the participation of family members, individually and as a group.

6. Gestalt Therapy
In Gestalt therapy, therapists challenge clients with questions so that the client increases their awareness of feelings and develops a stronger ability to face daily-living situations and problems.

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