Psychological treatment are treatment geared to changing emotions, thoughts, or behavior without the use of medications or other physical or biological means.

Psychological Treatments attempt to change behaviors, thoughts, and thought processes that impair daily living, thereby improving functioning. Psychological treatment is practiced by Clinical psychologists, Psychiatrists, Social workers and Counselors. Psychological treatments include four types of Psychotherapy

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