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emotional reeducation

psychotherapy focused on modifying the client’s attitudes, feelings, and reactions by helping him or her gain insight into emotional conflicts and self-defeating behavior arising from affective disturbance or disorder. Typical objectives are an increase in self-confidence, sociability, and self-reliance. The methods used include group discussions, personal counseling, relationship therapy, and self-exploration.

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March 2nd 2024



n. a person who is able to accomplish some action or desired result.