therapize

therapize

to subject a person to psychological therapy: don’t therapize your friends
Abused, Confused, & Misused Words by Mary Embree Copyright © 2007, 2013 by Mary Embree
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(d) Instead of being a therapist who is here to provide interventions, to 'therapize' a client, to do things to the client, the therapist is the teacher-guide who shows the person what to do, who joins with the person in doing these things, and who undergoes the stepwise changes together with the client.'" While Violet did not seem to experience "painful feelings," she was aware that her mother told her that her experiences were something we don't share with others, perhaps interpreting as shameful or something to be feared.
But throw the Beatles in jail and therapize their victims.
In the period of immediate loss, when normal supports (such as organization and roles) are suspended, it does not make sense to "therapize" the people and risk further destabilization.