Types of Therapy Defined, Common Definitions

Types of Therapy, Compared & Defined

The following are different types of therapy that you may be considering. Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT) and Schema-Focused Therapy are the primary forms of therapy provided by CTA’s affiliate therapists. Other types of psychotherapy and therapeutic techniques are described below, along with some similarities and differences in comparison with CBT and Schema Therapy:  However, we concur with the research that shows that Cognitive Therapy is effective while many of these forms of therapy, including Freudian Psychotherapy don’t tend to produce measurable results.

However, because our therapists have all been trained in many forms of therapy they may incorporate in elements of several modalities of therapy into their treatment plan.

Adlerian Therapy
Art Therapy
Biofeedback
Brief Therapy
Christian Counseling
Critical Incident Stress Management
Dance Therapy
Dialectical Behavior Therapy
Ericksonian Hypnotherapy
Executive Coaching
Existential Therapy
EMDR
Family & Marital Therapy
Feminist Therapy
Gestalt Therapy
Goal-Oriented Therapy
Group Therapy
Guided Imagery
Humanistic Therapy
Hypnosis/Hypnotherapy
Jungian Analysis
Narrative Therapy
Neurofeedback
NLD Non-Verbal Learning Disorder Therapy
NLP Neuro-Linguistic Programming
Pastoral Counseling
Play Therapy
Psychoanalysis & Psychoanalytic Therapy
Psychodynamic Therapy
Psychopharmacology
Psychosynthesis
Traditional Psychotherapy
Reality Therapy
Sex Therapy
Somatic Psychology
Spiritual Counseling
Thought Field Therapy
Transactional Analysis
Validation Therapy

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