Posted: April 27th, 2021
Supportive and interpersonal psychotherapy are used in the treatment of mental disorder. In supportive psychotherapy, therapist acts as an authority figure and gives advice and helps client interpret their feelings, while in interpersonal psychotherapy, therapist helps the client understand, interpret and better vocalize their emotions. Both techniques, therapist is actively involved in the patient’s life by changing the patient’s mode of coping with life events, express emotions and interpret feelings
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