Rational psychotherapy

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What is it?

Rational psychotherapy — a therapy based on logic. A patient is convinced that he improperly estimates his/her condition, and his/her understanding of his/her own problems is very distorted. The psychotherapist, having thoroughly studied the patient’s personality, sequentially corrects the patient’s condition with the help of clear and consistent beliefs.

Why is this necessary?

Rational psychotherapy — an ideal opportunity to save a person from disease, affecting his/her mind. It is able to remove the uncertainty and inconsistency in his/her views about his/her own condition, and to give impetus to the search for a way out of this situation.

What does it give?

The rational psychotherapy
eliminates the fear of the disease, changes the patient’s attitude towards it, thereby setting him/her up for recovery.