Psychotherapy is an umbrella term for many practices aimed at treating emotional problems.
Supportive psychotherapy is designed to allow a person with mental health issues to voice concerns, and receive encouragement in finding practical solutions.
Treatment for PTSD
Treatments for PTSD include psychotherapy and cognitive behavioural therapy (CBT), but medication can also be prescribed in some cases.
Treatment for paranoia
People with paranoid thoughts can find it hard to trust a mental health professional, but with a positive relationship, recovery is possible.
Treatment for mental illness
Mental illness is treatable, and most people with mental illness recover to live productive and happy lives. Treatment can vary depending upon the person, their medical history and circumstances.
There is no one-size-fits-all treatment for depression. Physical, psychological, complementary and self-help strategies can all be effective, usually in combination.
Treatments for narcissistic personality disorder (NPD)
There’s no specific medication to treat NPD. However, people with NPD sometimes also develop depression or anxiety, and in such cases antidepressant medications may be beneficial.
Treatment for borderline personality disorder (BPD)
Treatment for Borderline Personality Disorder (BPD) combines support, psychological therapy and, in some cases, medication. Find out more about BPD.
Cognitive behaviour therapy (CBT)
Cognitive behaviour therapy (CBT) is a type of psychotherapy that helps a person to change unhealthy or damaging thinking habits, feelings and behaviours.
Managing Depression helps lessen the symptoms of depression. It can be downloaded from the Google Play Store and Apple iOS Store.