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    Holistic Medicine Essay

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    benefits of holistic medicine sometimes coupled with a homeopathic approach when treating their common illnesses, the question often arises if whether or not this same vein of thinking will apply to their dogs as well. Today complementary treatments, therapies, and holistic medicine for dogs are all now gaining more credence as pet owners and veterinarians work together to find effective methods of prolonging and bettering the lives of our beloved animals. Coming from the word "whole,"…

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    intricate part of becoming a counselor. They allow for students to work with a specific theory that may possibly stay with them through their entire career. Here is a case conceptualization from the rehabilitation case study; I have applied Gestalt therapy to help the client. II. Client Overview The client is a 38-year-old, divorced Mexican female, with two children; presenting with anxiety and depression symptoms. She has a successful, good paying career in upper-level management at a thriving…

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    Applying as a Physical Therapy major to NYIT I know that I have a long road ahead of me. Not only will my education be rigorous but I will have to work harder than I ever have before and push myself through times when the going has gotten tough. Earning a doctorate in Physical Therapy is by no means an easy task. NYIT’s Physical Therapy program is top-rated and challenges its students with topics and issues from all areas of the spectrum. Not only does a Physical Therapist need to be…

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    collected focused on when it’s best for patients to receive occupational or physical therapy and the personality traits of occupational and physical therapists. These articles were published in scientific journals concerned with articles similar in subject. The journals and articles within the journals are written in expectation that other occupational therapists (OTs), physical therapists (PTs), occupational and physical therapy students, and other health care professionals will read them.…

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    modality could be for clients and clinicians. The earliest conceptualizations of utilizing therapeutic sandtrays date back to the early play therapy work of Margaret Lowenfeld, Sigmund and Anna Freud, Hermine Hug-Hellmuth, Melanie Klein, and Dana Kalff (Homeyer and Sweeney, 2017, pp. 9-10). Linda Homeyer and Daniel Sweeney name their method sandtray therapy (Perryman, Moss, and Anderson, 2016, pp. 186-187). There is strong evidence that…

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    is a peculiar teen that is able to bring the two families together, helping them live cordially. Her personality, early childhood, and mental health will be discussed throughout the paper. The hypothetical application of Rogerian Client-Centered Therapy and how it would likely affect Lydia will also be presented. Lydia Deetz, moves abruptly to rural Connecticut with her father, Charles and her step-mother, Delia. She is a dark, mysterious young girl who even describes herself as “strange and…

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    shown that animals have improved the anxiety levels of their owners that suffer with mental disorders, elderly residents in nursing facilities, as well as, regulating autonomic stress in women. Therapist have been using these studies to improve therapy for a variety of disorder, such as, anxiety, and post-traumatic stress disorder. Anxiety can be a life altering disorder, that effects certain or all areas of our life. There is different stressor that can induce a panic attack, this program…

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    The Person Centered Therapy approach by Carl Rogers teaches us as counselors that we can direct our own life and have the resolutions to our own issues without direction from a therapist. We are to use our inner resources to solve our problems which we all possess. Person Centered Therapy is built on a genuine relationship between the client and the therapist. The therapeutic setting is a nonjudgmental atmosphere. This type of therapy allows for the client and counselor to form a very deep…

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    Psychodynamic therapies will enable John to connect the past to the present behavior as well as examine unresolved interpersonal conflicts that arise from childhood experiences. From a psychodynamic perspective, there are two important treatment goals for John. The first…

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    Geriatric Interview Essay

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    I feel as though they often neglect their health by being overwhelmed with daily stressors and/or the fear of the end being near. Physical therapy is very important and necessary for the elderly. We all know that as we age our body slows down and our joints can become stiffer. This is why it is critical that we keep our geriatric population active to decrease the chances of injury and maintain…

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