Research clearly shows that therapy helps most people, and often people feel relief and benefit after only a few meetings. There are different ways of assessing, or measuring the benefits of therapy. While researchers and insurance companies tend to focus on reduction of symptoms, patients often rely on more subjective ways of assessing whether therapy is helping them. Simply, the client’s perspective, it helps because it feels like it does.
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