One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
A person who treats mental disorders by psychological rather than medical means.
- ‘She has trained as a counsellor and psychotherapist.’
- ‘Though the sessions with her psychotherapist have helped, she's still seeking answers.’
- ‘Maggie is a trained psychotherapist.’
- ‘On Tuesday I have my first visit with a psychotherapist to discuss what will happen next.’
- ‘The society is run by psychologists, psychotherapists and teachers who have extensive experience working with women.’
- ‘She was a Jungian psychotherapist all her life.’
- ‘I do not think it is good to see both a psychologist and a psychotherapist.’
- ‘A psychotherapist in London went into his childhood memories, his relationship with his parents, his Army years, his marriage.’
- ‘A licensed psychotherapist, she devotes much of her time to traveling to schools to speak about her experiences.’
- ‘She is a consultant child psychotherapist who has worked with families in detention.’
- ‘After retirement he was visiting psychotherapist at Dartmoor and Exeter prisons.’
- ‘As a practising psychotherapist, she brings this approach to bear in her work.’
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