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  • adv. In a psychotherapeutic manner or context.


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  • They learned how to much better know and treat patients psychotherapeutically.

    Ronald Ricker: Psychiatric Drugs and the Therapist-Patient Relationship

  • White "directs his latest geek's revenge fantasy like a psychotherapeutically treated Todd Solondz," writes Rob Nelson in the Voice.

    GreenCine Daily: Year of the Dog.

  • These difficulties can be psychotherapeutically worked with, which can facilitate psychological and spiritual growth.

    Psychotherapy and Sri Aurobindo & the Mother

  • Since that time I have never ceased to work psychotherapeutically in the psychological laboratory.


  • That's what the sentences were like, ambitious and graceful and oh-so-perfectly-landed, and several years after I first read "The Depressed Person," when I was writing a psychotherapeutically-inflected story of my own, one very long sentence spilled out, and even though I stumbled in its writing and editors later broke it up into nice, manageable shorter sentences, I recognized almost at once that I was, in some way, trying to do what I'd seen David Foster Wallace accomplish with such apparent ease.

    David Foster Wallace (1962-2008) and "The Depressed Person"

  • White "directs his latest geek's revenge fantasy like a psychotherapeutically treated Rob Nelson in the Voice.

    GreenCine Daily


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