- Brief Psychotherapy
- See Freudian Psychotherapy: Technique: Stekel’s "brief" psychoanalytic technique (1919) Sifneos’s "short-term psychotherapy" (1972); PSYCHOTHERAPY: "interpersonal psychotherapy of depression" (from 1967).
Edward Shorter. 2014.
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brief psychotherapy — any of numerous forms of psychotherapy limited to a preagreed number of sessions, generally 10 to 20, or having a termination date; most types are active and directive, and many are oriented toward a specific problem or symptom. See table … Medical dictionary
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