group psychotherapy

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Noun1.group psychotherapy - psychotherapy in which a small group of individuals meet with a therapistgroup psychotherapy - psychotherapy in which a small group of individuals meet with a therapist; interactions among the members are considered to be therapeutic
psychotherapy - the treatment of mental or emotional problems by psychological means
family therapy - any of several therapeutic approaches in which a family is treated as a whole
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The two treatment groups were comparable except that the physical therapy group had a longer disease duration--a mean of 123 months as compared with 89 in the corticosteroid group--and more radiographically severe disease.
A trampoline therapy group in Stirling has secured more than PS130,000 in Big Lottery funding.
The researchers identified three asthma-related intubations (two in the inhaled-glucocorticoid group, one in the combination therapy group) and two asthma-related deaths (both in the combination-therapy group) in four patients among the 36,010 patients in the intention-to-treat study.
The mean age was 66.3 years in control group subjects and 70.8 years in the interventional therapy group (Table 1).
9 February 2018 - California, US-based physical therapy organisation Physical Rehabilitation Network LLC (PRN) has acquired Texas, US-based Elevate Physical Therapy clinic, joining the Texas-based outpatient orthopedic physical therapy group Vista Rehab Partners, the company said.
We grouped the patients into two groups, each group consisted of 15 patients (Table 1), with the mean age of standard therapy group 56.67 [+ or -] 8.30 years and combination therapy group 50.53 [+ or -] 7.52 years.
The scenarios that therapy group operators come up with are always well-thought out, as opposed to the usual Dungeons and Dragons adventure.
Kaitlin Hanmer of Brigham & Women's Hospital and Massachusetts General Hospital, Boston, analyzed 76 women who presented to the medical center for care between 2000 and 2015, comparing 22 women in the prescription opioid group and 54 women in the illicit opioid/opioid substitution therapy group. Among the women in the prescription group, 13.6% of those pregnancies had a neonatal intensive care unit (NICU) consult, compared with 44.4% of the 54 women in the illicit opioid/opioid substitution therapy group, Dr.
Target SBP in the standard therapy group was 135 to 139 mm Hg.
Table 1: Subjects based on Gender of Therapy Groups and Control Groups Gender Facilitators Occurences Percentages Total of (%) Groups Male Therapy Group 30 33.3 2 Female Therapy Group 30 33.3 2 Control Group 30 33.3 2 Total 90 100 6 Table 2: Summary of Pre-test and Post test Mean Scores in Descriptive Analyses of the Psychology Variables on the Male Therapy Groups, Female Therapy Groups and Control Groups.
Results: The fatigue recovery rate in who had improved CIS scores of < 76 points were 70.0%, 50.9% in the therapy group and placebo group, respectively (P = 0.019).