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Treatment options for post traumatic stress disorder include group or individual psychotherapy and medications, according to the National Institute of Mental Health. There are a number of branches of psychotherapy that a...

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Doctors treat children with post-traumatic stress disorder with any combination of cognitive behavioral therapy, eye movement desensitization and reprocessing, relaxation therapy and medication, according to Drugs.com. C...

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Treatment plan forms are documents that provide authorization for treatments, contain details of the patient's problems and the practitioner's goals, and help plan a specific treatment, according to About.com. They conta...

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The most common treatments for social anxiety disorder are anti-anxiety medications and psychotherapy, according to the National Institute of Mental Health. CalmClinic states that there are non-medicinal treatments for s...

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Bipolar disorder cannot be cured and usually lasts a lifetime, but it can be treated very successfully with medication and psychotherapy, according to the National Institute of Mental Health. Electroconvulsive therapy, f...

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Treatment for anxiety-related panic attacks includes cognitive behavior therapy and medication, according to the National Institute on Mental Health. Some patients do best with medication or therapy alone, while others d...

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Treatment of psychosis requires both antipsychotic medications and psychotherapy, such as supportive psychotherapy, cognitive enhancement therapy and cognitive behavioral therapy, states the National Alliance on Mental I...

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