Therapy helps one listen to their deep, hidden emotional wounds and helps one heal them.
No. Any psychiatrist trained in psychiatry cannot do therapy. Only trained and certified therapists in schools of therapy are eligible to practice it. It is important to check doctors’/ therapists’ credentials.
No, they are not. Medication is for illnesses/disorders, while therapy is for the issues we deal with in life.
Therapy is not about advising the other person. It is about healing our emotional wounds by working in a respectful, confidential, and unconditional manner.
No, one can not get dependent on therapy.
This depends upon many factors such as the severity of the mental disorder, the willingness, and commitment of the patient, psychological capacity of understanding the deeper psyche of humans, educational status, economic conditions, and much more.