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Medicare Online Psychotherapy 2 (1)


Emphasize for Seniors and those in facilities Telehealth...Part B covers certain medical or health services (office visits, psychotherapy, consultations) by using an interactive 2-way telecommunications system with certain providers. ...Mental health care (outpatient)...Part B covers outpatient mental health services at a doctor or other health care provider's office or hospital outpatient department. ...Mental health

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Online Therapy 3 (1)


You might be wondering if teletherapy is as good as classic therapy. The answer can be yes, as long as you are working with a licensed individual, Dr. Duckworth says. For instance, a 2015 review published in the Cochrane Database of Systematic Reviewsanalyzed 30 studies of 2,181 patients, ultimately suggesting that internet-based cognitive behavioral therapy (ICBT) was about as

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Where Have the Psychiatrist-Psychotherapists Gone? 0 (0)


Psychotherapy is not only good for patients, but it is good for psychiatry, too. A skilled psychopharmacologist must have, at the very least, basic knowledge of psychodynamics and psychotherapy to be able to prescribe effectively. And the warm, empathic relationship fostered in psychotherapy can be an avenue for change in patients—and a change in perception

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Older adults’ difficulties with focusing can be used to help put a face to a name 0 (0)


Everyone has experienced the awkward situation of meeting someone and then forgetting their name shortly after. Among older adults, this happens more often than not. Researchers have discovered a new method to resolve this problem by tapping into a natural memory change during aging.via Older adults' difficulties with focusing can be used to help put

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Big Brother Goes Digital 0 (0)


In her seminal work The Managed Heart: Commercialization of Human Feeling (1983), the sociologist Arlie Russell Hochschild described a workplace practice known as “emotional labor management.” Hochschild was studying the extreme kinds of “emotional labor” that airline stewardesses, bill collectors, and shop assistants, among others, had to perform in their daily routines. They were obliged, in her

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