Brief psychotherapy

Brief psychotherapy

Any form of psychotherapy or counseling designed to produce emotional or behavioural therapeutic change within a minimal amount of time (generally not more than 20 sessions). Brief therapy is usually active and directive; it is more clearly indicated when there are clearly defined symptoms or problems, and where the goals are limited and specific.

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