• WordNet 3.6
    • adj psychotherapeutic emotionally purging
    • adj psychotherapeutic of or relating to or practicing psychotherapy "psychotherapeutic sessions"
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Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
    • psychotherapeutic Pertaining to psychotherapeutics.
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In literature:

They have refused psychotherapeutic readjustment to make them into new men.
"On the Trail of the Space Pirates" by Carey Rockwell
Here, therefore, is the classical ground for strong mental counterinfluences, that is, for psychotherapeutic treatment.
"Psychotherapy" by Hugo M√ľnsterberg
The letterhead said MANOBA Group Psychotherapeutic Research and Conference Management.
"The Man Who Staked the Stars" by Charles Dye
It is this law of attention that must be taken advantage of for psychotherapeutics.
"Psychotherapy" by James J. Walsh
If this were all that it meant, however, prayer would not be a religious but a psychotherapeutic exercise.
"Religion And Health" by James J. Walsh

In news:

Freudians disheartened by the Bearded One's fall from psychotherapeutic grace may be cheered to learn that ol' Sigmund lives and prospers at the movies, at least in child-friendly cinema.
Then, in the 1920s, French and German specialists began to incorporate psychagogic methods in their work with character psychology, psychoanalysis, hypnosis, and general psychotherapeutic practice.
My ideal of a psychotherapeutic revival is a movement whose leaders are admired but not idolized.
In part four of our series investigating concepts of self, philosopher and clinical psychologist Brent Slife discusses some of his pivotal premises for psychotherapeutic praxis.