deep therapy

deep therapy

n
(Medicine) radiotherapy with very penetrating short-wave radiation
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The Spa at Stein Eriksen Lodge, which underwent an extensive expansion and remodel in 2009, was established to provide guests a sanctuary to unwind after a day of outdoor activity and an oasis for receiving superlative deep therapy for overall body wellness and beautification.
Medical doctor Ewin and clinical psychologist Eimer describe how to do deep therapy briefly using hypnosis to treat sane people with psycho-neurotic disorders, by uncovering and reframing the pathogenic fixed idea or ideas underlying the patient's problem and symptoms.
He'd have to go into deep therapy to bring it back to the surface.
7: Workshop: How to do deep therapy briefly and how to do brief therapy--deeply; Toronto; Hincks-Dellcrest Centre--Gail Appel Institute, www.
Now Rachel claims she is in deep therapy and sees a psychoanalyst two or three times a week.
We watched since childhood the demonizing of sex, and if we are but touched by somebody, we have to go into deep therapy for years.
Whether guests are simply looking to unwind after a day of outdoor activities or seeking deep therapy to combat the high altitude and dry climate in Park City, The Spa delivers heightened relaxation, rejuvenation and overall enhanced wellness and will now do so on a much grander scale.
GSK's growing biopharmaceutical capabilities coupled with our deep therapy area expertise will greatly facilitate the development of ofatumumab in these indications," said Ian Tomlinson, Senior Vice President, Biopharmaceutical R&D, GSK.
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