Coherence therapy, formerly known as depth-oriented brief therapy (DOBT), is a type of psychotherapy that derives from depth psychology, which refers to the study of the unconscious aspects of the human experience.
Tinnitus Retraining Therapy (TRT) helps affected individuals deal with the auditory signals that are occurring as well as their emotional reactions to those sounds. The combined process of directive counseling and sound therapy will drive the unwanted auditory sensations to the background of their awareness.
Meditation is the process of attuning one’s focus to a single object, sound, concept, or experience. It encapsulates several techniques, such as contemplation, concentration, and meditative movement, allowing people to achieve this deep connection.
Psychological debriefing is a type of therapy, typically employed within 24 and 72 hours following a traumatic event, to address and help make sense of the participants’ thoughts and emotions surrounding what happened.
Balneotherapy refers to the use of naturally occurring, mineral-rich spring water to improve health and well-being. It is one of the most widely used complementary therapies for various medical conditions, including musculoskeletal, autoimmune, skin, digestive, pulmonary, cardiovascular, and neurological disorders.1
The term “milieu” refers to a setting or environment; milieu therapy is a type of psychotherapy that involves forming therapeutic communities among groups of clients who meet for treatment sessions.