Some of the common types of psychotherapies include Cognitive-behavioral therapy (CBT) which primary goal is to establish a relationship between patient behavior and emotions or thoughts. It helps discover negative feeling patterns and how they lead to destructive behaviors. Faster establishing, cause, and establishing a relationship of ideas and behavior patterns, the therapist and the patient begin to design constructive ways of thinking helping improve the patient outlook.
Dialectical behavior therapy is closely related to CBT but focuses more on identifying ways to regulate emotion. It therapies often help the patient come to terms with negative thoughts by accepting change, and it equips the patient with the skill to cope with bad situations.
Interpersonal therapy is used to help a person build healthy relationships with people around them. Through this therapy, negative relation patterns of a person in social environments are established, making the patient more aware of the harmful practices. To solve the negative intersection pattern, the therapist educates the patient on building healthy relations with others.
Schizophrenia is a chronic mental disorder that affects a person's behavior, thoughts, and feeling. It is caused by genetic factors, biochemical factors, stress, family relationships, and drug abuse. It can be treated using biological treatments such as neuroleptics and s through psychosocial therapies. Masking biological and psychosocial factors important in treatment and diagnosis of Schizophrenia