• (noun): A person skilled in a particular type of therapy.
    Synonyms: healer

Some articles on therapist, therapists:

Couples Retreat - Cast
... Jean Reno plays Marcel, the lead therapist, founder and operator of the resort Peter Serafinowicz plays Sctanley (pronounced Stanley, but with a silent 'c ...
Sirio Carrapa - Ayurvedic Activity
... since he is a well known and appreciated Ayurvedic therapist in the area of Toscany where he lives ... He is not only therapist, but he is teaching the practice of Ayurveda as well ... After that he started his own practice as an Ayurvedic therapist, but to make his knowledge and experience in it deeper, he also travelled to India, and ...
The Puppy Episode - Plot
... She tells her therapist the truth, that she could not have sex with Richard ... Her therapist asks if she has ever clicked with anyone and Ellen replies, "Susan." Ellen has a dream in which she is grocery shopping ... She discusses the dream with her therapist and realizes that she's been suppressing her sexuality for many years ...
Mentalization-based Treatment - Treatment Procedure
... During sessions the therapist activates the attachment system through a range of largely unconscious techniques ... of current and past attachment relationships, the therapist’s encouragement and regulation of the patient’s attachment bond with the therapist and ...
Status Dynamic Psychotherapy - Clinical Applications of Status Dynamics - Therapist As Their "own Person"
... it is imperative that clients see their therapists as individuals able and willing to state their true positions on things, to agree or disagree, to cooperate or confront, and ... Where this is absent (where the patient perceives the therapist as having to be perpetually nice and agreeable), SDT maintains, the therapist's reactions to the client may not being ...

Famous quotes containing the word therapist:

    Deep inside us, we know what every family therapist knows: the problems between the parents become the problems within the children.
    Roger Gould (20th century)