There are a few different types of therapy out there to treat different afflictions. The therapy of acceptance and commitment is effective in the approach to depression.
Its objective is to train us in the psychological flexibility to improve the focus of our thoughts and favor change.
They use a series of practical exercises with which to recognize the emotional problem, see the effect they have on our thoughts and behaviors and thus assume a genuine and full commitment to ourselves.
Behavioral therapy is useful in the treatment of phobias and addictions. Many people favor verbal behavior therapy.
Behavioral therapy, as the name suggests, seeks to make us see our behavior learned or conditioned to see the impact they can have on our lives.
Once identified, the objective is clear: help us to “unlearn” to “recondition” towards healthier and more inclusive actions and behaviors.
Cognitive analytic therapy links cognitive therapy with analytic psychology. The goal is to help the patient understand why he thinks the way he does or why he behaves the way he does. In this way, you are provided with various coping techniques to start the change.
Psychoanalytic therapy is useful to treat childhood traumas, phobias and depressions.
This therapy explores the unconscious mind and how it influences our thoughts and behaviors. This type of therapy usually extends a lot over time.
Dynamic interpersonal therapy helps us improve our relationships with others. It is limited in time and makes it easier for us to understand certain problematic links that we may be maintaining with certain people.
Jungian Therapy or Jung’s analysis is another one of those types of psychological therapies especially useful to treat addictions, depression and anxiety, and even to favor one’s personal growth.
Existential therapy helps us to find a meaning, a vital purpose. It does so by inviting us to reflect on our own existence.