Supportive Therapies subcategories:
- Art Therapy (21/2)
- Comfort Items for Distressed Adults/Children (3/0)
- Critical Incident Stress Debriefing (6/1)
- Dance Therapy (3/0)
- Drama Therapy (3/0)
- Electroshock Therapy (11/0)
- Equestrian Therapy (35/9)
- Horticultural Therapy (2/0)
- Hypnotherapy (2/0)
- Laughter Therapy (1/0)
- Music Therapy (23/12)
- Pet Assisted Therapy (21/1)
- Play Therapy (15/1)
- Psychiatric Occupational Therapy (2/0)
- Recreational Therapy (16/1)
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Programs that use guided artistic expression or recreational activities, dietary management, hypnotherapy or other specialized interventions to improve the adjustment of individuals with mental, physical or developmental disabilities, substance abuse disorders, chronic health conditions or other problems. Supportive therapies are frequently auxiliary types of treatment used to facilitate other forms of therapy but may be also used for diagnostic purposes and are, on occasion, primary treatment modalities whose objectives are to foster health, communication and expression; promote the integration of physical, emotional, cognitive and social functioning; enhance self-awareness; and facilitate change.
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