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The benefits of psychotherapy.

You deserve peace of mind and the ability to focus on everyday tasks. Psychotherapy is proven to help with a wide range of mental health issues that can get in the way of work and the ability to enjoy life.

In the US, approximately 20% of adults experience mental health problems annually, most commonly anxiety disorders, depression, and PTSD. Circumstantial and behavioral issues like career stress, addiction, relationship problems, and physical ailments can contribute to these conditions.

Having someone to talk to at a moment’s notice can help avert psychological crisis and act as a compliment to traditional in-person talk therapy.

How can psychotherapy help you? Below we’ve provided research and article excerpts supporting the use of talk therapy for some of the more common mental and emotional health conditions.

A summary of research findings.

  • Depression

    “We assessed the effectiveness of psychological intervention compared to treatment as usual. According to analyses, patients receiving psychotherapy were three times more likely to experience fewer symptoms of depression up to nine months post treatment compared to those receiving general practitioner care or other treatment as usual.”

    Source: “Effectiveness of psychotherapy for adults with depression: a systematic review of the best available evidence.”
    Rigmor C Berga, Bjørg Høiea
  • Anxiety

    “Most cases of anxiety disorder can be treated successfully by appropriately trained health and mental health care professionals. According to the National Institute of Mental Health, research has demonstrated that both “behavioral therapy” and “cognitive therapy” can be highly effective in treating anxiety disorders.”

    Source: “Anxiety Disorders: The Role of Psychotherapy in Effective Treatment.”
    American Psychological Association.
  • PTSD

    “(Psychotherapy) may modulate critical underlying biological processes in those who suffer from PTSD. This research contributes to a growing body of literature demonstrating more and more about the existence of neuroplasticity, which is the ability of the brain to change with experience. These results demonstrate that the damages to the brain associated with PTSD may actually be reversible.”

    Source: “Got PTSD? Talk Therapy Helps.”
    Jenev Caddell, PsyD
  • Relationships

    “Many studies have been conducted in the United States and in Europe to evaluate the effectiveness of behavioral marital therapy. Results have shown that about 65% to 75% of the couples treated with this method improve substantially at the end of treatment and maintain these gains following treatment.”

    Source: “Marital Distress”
    Association for Behavioral and Cognitive Therapies
  • Addiction

    “Meta-analyses and extensive reviews of the literature have established that cognitive behavior approaches have strong empirical support for use in treatment of alcohol use disorders and several non-substance-related psychiatric disorders and that these approaches have been demonstrated to be effective in drug-using populations as well.”

    Source: “Behavioral Therapies for Drug Abuse”
    Kathleen M. Carroll, Ph.D. and Lisa S. Onken, Ph.D.
  • Trauma

    “Among those with a history of early childhood trauma (loss of parents at an early age, physical or sexual abuse, or neglect), psychotherapy alone was superior to antidepressant monotherapy. – Our results suggest that psychotherapy may be an essential element in the treatment of patients with chronic forms of major depression and a history of childhood trauma.”

    Source: “Differential responses to psychotherapy versus pharmacotherapy in patients with chronic forms of major depression and childhood trauma.”
    Charles B. Nemeroff, Christine M. Heim, Michael E. Thase, Daniel N. Klein, A. John Rush, Alan F. Schatzberg, Philip T. Ninan, James P. McCullough Jr., Paul M. Weiss, David L. Dunner, Barbara O. Rothbaum, Susan Kornstein, Gabor Keitner, and Martin B. Keller

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