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A '''psychotherapist''' is a person who treats mental and emotional disorders through psychological methods, such as [[wikipedia:psychoanalysis|psychoanalysis]], [[wikipedia:group psychotherapy|group therapy]], and [[wikipedia:behaviour therapy|behavioural therapy]] rather than medical methods.<ref>"[http://dictionary.reference.com/browse/psychotherapy?s=t Psychotherapy]" on Dictionary.com</ref>
 
A '''psychotherapist''' is a person who treats mental and emotional disorders through psychological methods, such as [[wikipedia:psychoanalysis|psychoanalysis]], [[wikipedia:group psychotherapy|group therapy]], and [[wikipedia:behaviour therapy|behavioural therapy]] rather than medical methods.<ref>"[http://dictionary.reference.com/browse/psychotherapy?s=t Psychotherapy]" on Dictionary.com</ref>
   
An advertisement for a [[portrait counselling]] service that appeared in the ''[[Daily Prophet]]'' informed readers that its "trained psyschotherapists" were available to make house calls in order to treat [[portraits]] experiencing mental disorders and emotional distress.<ref name="portraitad">"[http://www.theprintorium.com/shop/the-harry-potter-collection/advertisements-from-the-daily-prophet.html Advertisements From The Daily Prophet]" from The Printorium {{see image|File:PortraitCounselling.jpg}}</ref>
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An advertisement for a [[portrait counselling]] service that appeared in the ''[[Daily Prophet]]'' informed readers that its "trained psychotherapists" were available to make house calls in order to treat [[portraits]] experiencing mental disorders and emotional distress.<ref name="portraitad">"[http://www.theprintorium.com/shop/the-harry-potter-collection/advertisements-from-the-daily-prophet.html Advertisements From The Daily Prophet]" from The Printorium {{see image|File:PortraitCounselling.jpg}}</ref>
   
 
==Appearances==
 
==Appearances==

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A psychotherapist is a person who treats mental and emotional disorders through psychological methods, such as psychoanalysis, group therapy, and behavioural therapy rather than medical methods.[1]

An advertisement for a portrait counselling service that appeared in the Daily Prophet informed readers that its "trained psychotherapists" were available to make house calls in order to treat portraits experiencing mental disorders and emotional distress.[2]

Appearances

Notes and references

  1. "Psychotherapy" on Dictionary.com
  2. "Advertisements From The Daily Prophet" from The Printorium (see this image)
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