Translation of therapist in Spanish:


terapeuta, n.

Pronunciation /ˈθɛrəpəst//ˈθɛrəpɪst/


Psychology Medicine

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    terapeuta feminine
    • They return to the occupational therapist to figure out new ways of coping with problems or to master a new skill.
    • Physical therapists are attempting to get her to stand with help and are working to keep her arm muscles from becoming contracted.
    • This is in addition to the full-time occupational therapist at the Commons who refers patients to St Thomas's Hospital if necessary.
    • When I was little I too dreamed I would grow up to be a princess, but my Dad sent me to a load of therapists.
    • In 1965 he started a psychiatric community project at Kingsley Hall in London, where patients and therapists lived together.
    • This seemed to throw the therapists a bit of a curve; the more despondent the client got, the less the therapists asked her questions about what that was like.
    • Amy's therapist viewed Amy's rejection of medication as a unique act of self-assurance and maturity.
    • I continued to see the chiropractor and massage therapist and increased the number of times I was swimming.
    • He also runs twice a week and is a qualified sports injury therapist, massage therapist, personal trainer and 3rd dan Black belt.
    • She only started eating again when her therapist threatened to admit her to hospital and have her force-fed.
    • The therapist also coaches spouses to logically analyze their cognitions.
    • He arrived, he acted like an ex-husband, but for all we knew he could have been her therapist.
    • The therapist addressed these distortions and worked with her to develop a more holistic view of the relationship and each partner.
    • Premier coaches - like good therapists or sponsors in 12-step programs - hold people accountable for sticking with new behavior.
    • I think speaking with a trusted friend (or therapist) about your grief could also help.
    • Some therapists think hypnosis opens a window to the unconscious mind where memories of past lives are stored.
    • A national survey was used to collect data on institutional policies and on individual practices related to airway management among nurses and respiratory therapists.
    • Until a few months ago 31-year-old Denise Cannon was a beauty therapist who confesses that her knowledge of the technicalities of the average automobile was little more than rudimentary.
    • It is valued by cosmetic surgeons, physical therapists, and chiropractors alike.
    • The authors conclude their paper with a discussion of research and theory in clinical psychology on the therapist and the therapist-client relationship that may be applicable to organizational psychology.
    • I know that there is a shortage of nurses and speech therapists but because of the rules we are unable to help out.
    • The therapist encouraged her to feel free either to move closer to him physically and emotionally during this process or to move away.
    • First, therapists ' empathic responses are often critical in fostering an open exploration of what can be a very personal area.
    • This approach is similar to the alternative approaches recommended to family therapists working with youth in a recent episode of Family Therapy Networker.
    • With each success, the therapist helps the patient move up to other obsessions that cause greater anxiety.
    • He is well - spoken, as people used to say, and married to a speech therapist called Susie.
    • Start with recommendations from your doctor or an occupational therapist.
    • Many of the omitted suggestions are those that would be routinely suggested by family therapists.
    • Mary Kershaw says her profoundly deaf grandson has not even been seen by a speech therapist.
    • I told him that I did not learn to talk until I was 4 1/2 years old, after going to a speech therapist for a short time.
    • This stars Liam Neeson, and this is about the sex therapist who had written books and was hailed as a hero and then sort of turned into a scapegoat.
    • Therapists may benefit from working with, rather than against, ego inflation.
    • This figure only considers small business people from restaurant owners and ferry operators to massage therapists; it does not take into account the loss to airlines and hotels.
    • The wife sued the patient's therapist alleging a failure of duty to protect.
    • Doctors said that she should be re-assessed by the speech and language therapist, although, as we were approaching a weekend, the nurses could assess her.
    • You may need a physical therapist to help with these exercises.
    • Consult your physical therapist for good lifts that won't hurt your neck.
    • There are few clinical therapists specialising in self-injury, so referral is often to therapists who deal with abuse or whose expertise is in eating disorders.
    • In Iowa, for example, these cases must be brought within five years of the date the victim was last treated by the therapist.