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Everything in this video is merely a re-enactment. The actors in this video are fourth year students of BSOT of velez college. Project for OT10.
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Question by Solongsolo: What is the best career to go for, holistic / complimentary therapy or physiotherapy?
I have always been interested in mind body and soul but I was just wondering what the difference between physiotherapy and complimentary therapy? Also what about income?
Also have you ever had treatments from holistic therapy or physiotherapy? Are you a physiotherapist / holistic therapist?
What are your experiences?

Best answer:

Answer by thenoseknows
You can offer many different disciplines to patients. As far as treatment options go, as a patient, I would choose physiotherapy last because it’s not as effective as laser, scenar, acupuncture, homeopathy, chiropractic, not necessarily in that order.
Physiotherapy is “old school”.
If you’re good at what you do and have a sincere interest in healing people, the income will look after itself. If you’re in it for the money and you’re incompetent, you’ll be pooched when people don’t come back or refer their friends.
Word gets around.

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Question by autumneveangel92: What guidelines exist for mental health therapy and treatment?
I have heard that mental health treatment is highly unregulated. Cruel practices such as reparative therapy and electric shock treatment are practiced on patients without evidence to back up their safety and effectiveness. What guidelines exist for mental health treatment? What is allowed, and what is not?

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Answer by ®PsychologyGuy
Actually it is highly regulated among licensed professionals. The problem is that anyone can call themselves a “therapist” without education or licensure. Just like anyone can call themselves a “life coach, job coach,” etc.

LMFT’s (Licensed Marriage and Family Therapists) and LP’s (Licensed Psychologists) have ethical guidelines they must follow or risk losing their license. I don’t know where the LMFT’s get theres, but you can go to to see the code of ethics for psychologists.

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