5 Common Psychotherapy Myths
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“If you’re basing your idea of psychotherapy on what you’ve seen in movies and on TV, most likely, your idea is wrong. Most depictions of this treatment are simply done for laughs, but one thing’s for sure: Those who turn to psychotherapy are dealing with a whole range of issues from personal growth and wanting to improve the quality of life to more serious mental health and relationship issues.
Here’s the real deal: Psychotherapy myths are laughable, but the true practice is most certainly not.
Presented below are five of the most common myths about psychotherapy and a brief explanation of why they are indeed only myths.”
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