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What is Dynamic Interpersonal Therapy?

Dynamic interpersonal therapy (DIT) is a short-term, highly structured form of psychotherapy that is used to treat depression and anxiety. A usual course of DIT consists of sixteen weekly sessions. DIT’s focus is on relationships, and helping clients understand the link between their low moods and the ways they are interacting with others. The idea...

What is Positive Psychology?

When researching the different areas of psychology you may come across a field called ‘positive psychology’. It might seem a redundant choice of names to some, as surely all psychology focuses on ‘being positive’, right? Not at all. As a discipline, psychology has often rather focused on fixing problems, such as mental health disorders, deficits...