Types of Therapy page, GoodTherapy.org strives to include the most relevant and oft-used methods.A wide range of therapy and counseling models exists to guide therapists in their practice. Some of these have been around for years, while others have emerged more recently. On our
We are always open to suggestions of new or emerging types of therapy that are gaining recognition! Already we have added several of your suggestions, and we welcome many more.
Be aware that your suggestions will be viewed publicly, and please be patient with us while we research and investigate new possibilities to add.
In the meantime, if you’re a therapist member of GoodTherapy.org, you might consider writing an article about the mode or method of therapy you’re suggesting! Did you know any member of GoodTherapy.org may write and contribute articles to our blog—not just our panel of Topic Experts? You can submit articles in the Member’s Area at any time, and we will be happy to consider them for publication.
If you’re not a therapist member of GoodTherapy.org, we accept guest articles occasionally. Check out our Share Your Story feature if you have an experience with mental health issues or therapy that you would like to write about. Or, if you simply would like to write about a new type of therapy, please email firstname.lastname@example.org, and we will try to work with you to get that information to our audience.
Thanks for your contribution!
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