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Things psychotherapy often describes (“psychotherapy ________”)
research, integration, outcome, session, studies, supervision, process, practice, training, work, theory, groups, treatment, patients, formulation, works, literature, east, patient, sessions, bulletin, manuals, processes, therapy, networker, researchers, notes, help, effectiveness, efficacy, psychosomatics, measures, lead, evaluation, style, share, clients, medication, benefit, correlations, indications, need, technique, assessment, termination, relative, counseling, aim, trials, approaches, improvement, measurement, profession, the, triangle, courses, fall, today, foundation, claim, discourse, planner, provision, york, trainees, receipt, cults, show, deals

Descriptive words:
individual, term, supportive, brief, psychoanalytic, intensive, dynamic, psychodynamic, interpersonal, traditional, effective, oriented, analytic, limited, outpatient, cognitive, modern, existential, successful, behavioral, formal, expressive, experiential, adolescent, eclectic, weekly, western, conventional, humanistic, behavioural, rational, exploratory, analytical, verbal, inpatient, contemporary, integrative, family, ongoing, parent, based, nondirective, directive, focal, extensive, feminist, systematic, emotive, superficial, adult, infant, transpersonal, marital, forensic, jungian, patient, focused, conjoint, interpretive, affirmative, adlerian, rogerian, pastoral, interactional, freudian, psychoanalytical, intense, reconstructive, concurrent, shortterm

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