Psychological therapies are sometimes referred to as talking therapies. Psychological therapy is a collaborative space to explore your difficulties in a safe and confidential setting. We aim to help you better understand your feelings in the context of your past experiences. Therapy provides a supportive, non-judgmental environment where you might feel more able to talk openly about your experiences. Your therapist and you will work together to make changes that you want to achieve to feel a greater sense of happiness, empowerment, or perhaps to feel less affected by particular experiences. Therapies can be individually with a therapist, in a couple or with other members of the family, in a group of people with similar difficulties. CBT has been shown to work for a variety of mental health problems regarding psychological therapies are depression, anxiety, panic attacks, phobias, obsessive compulsive disorder (OCD), post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD), some eating disorders, especially bulimia, that has been proven to help people suffering from psychological disorders.
Edelweiss Psychiatry Open Access journal is a scholarly journal that aims to publish most complete and reliable source of information on the findings and current developments in the form of original Research, Review, Opinion articles, Case reports, Mini review, Short communication. Edelweiss Psychiatry Open Access Journal publishes manuscripts on Psychological therapies.