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  • Alfred Adler [r]: An early psychiatrist who first worked with Sigmund Freud's school of psychoanalysis, but broke over differences over models of personality and methods of treatment. [e]
  • Anxiety [r]: A physiological state marked by demonstrable changes in cognitive, somatic, emotional, and behavioral components. [e]
  • Art therapy [r]: The medical use of visual or tactile art, used in conjunction with psychotherapy to help express events that may be difficult to articulate, and with rehabilitative medicine to improve coordination and, when approriate, assist a client with artistic training to adapt techniques to physical limitations [e]
  • Body dysmorphic disorder [r]: Disorder in which an otherwise physiologically healthy person obsesses about an imaginary physical defect. [e]
  • Carl Jung [r]: (born July 26, 1875, Kesswil, Switzerland – died June 6, 1961, Küsnacht) A Swiss psychiatrist, influential thinker, and one of the founding fathers of modern psychology. [e]
  • Cognitive behavioral therapy [r]: A psychotherapeutic technique based on assisting the patient to learn the interpretation of (cognitive structure of experiences that trigger behavior, and, if that behavior is maladaptive, to change the response to the experience [e]
  • Dance therapy [r]: The use of dance and other movement techniques to improve health, dealing with emotional or neurologic problems [e]
  • Emotional Freedom Techniques [r]: A psychotherapeutic tool developed by Gary Craig, aimed at solving emotional, health and performance issues. [e]
  • Hallucinogen [r]: General group of pharmacological agents classed as psychoactive drugs, which can cause subjective changes in perception, thought, emotion and consciousness. [e]
  • Horse [r]: Strong, intelligent equine in domestication for thousands of years and also found in the wild in feral populations. [e]
  • Imagery (psychotherapy) [r]: The use of mental images produced by the imagination as a form of therapy for emotional disorders, or to help cope with the emotional impact of disease or discomfort. [e]
  • Mind-body therapies [r]: Techniques to improve mental or physical health that involve creating images, suggestion, states of relaxation to reduce the impact of pain or to accelerate healing [e]
  • Pseudoscience [r]: Any theory, or system of theories, that is deceptively claimed to be scientific. [e]
  • Psychology [r]: The study of systemic properties of the brain and their relation to behaviour. [e]
  • Psychosis [r]: A brain disorder characterized by severely distorted sensory perception. [e]
  • Shamanism [r]: Range of traditional beliefs and practices concerned with communication with the spirit world, and entering supernatural realms to obtain answers to the problems of their community. [e]
  • Sigmund Freud [r]: (1856 – 1939) Pioneering psychiatrist who developed psychoanalysis. [e]