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Psychotherapy: Principles and Practice

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This section is dedicated to the general principles of the practice of psychotherapy , psychoanalysis, counseling and related practices. The content is not specific to a given model or type of practice of psychotherapy. The viewer may find that some aspects are specific to a given model of therapy while being discouraged in another . When a practice is specific to a type of psychotherapy or to a method of counseling it will be specified with each lecture. More specific lectures are found under the heading of the given practice they relate to, they can be viewed by following the left side menu.  The philosophy of  "The Psyche in Health and Illness" is to provide non judgmental and diverse perspectives.

Some themes are specific to analysts, therapists, educators and their trainees. Presentations may cover as example themes related to the practice of supervision, the effects of the therapy on the therapist and how to deal with it... While other themes are for the general public explaining  the process of different methods of psychoanalysis, psychotherapy long and short term, counseling and coaching.

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