National Psychotherapy Day is commemorated on September 25 of each year. Maintaining good health matters and equally one must possess good mental health too. Psychotherapy is one form of treatment that helps people overcome their mental problems and stress. National Psychotherapy Day is celebrated to bring awareness about the mental illness and how it can be treated. It is essential to get treatment for the disorders of both the mind or personality by the psychological methods on this Psychotherapy Day.
“Psychotherapy is what God has been secretly doing for centuries by other names; that is, he searches through our personal history and heals what needs to be healed – the wounds of childhood or our own self-inflicted wounds.” – Thomas Keating
History of National Psychotherapy Day
National Psychotherapy Day was founded by clinical psychologist Dr. Ryan Howes and a group of professionals and students. The celebration of this day marks the promotion, research, and support for all those who need psychotherapy. The clinicians, clients, and therapy advocates will unite and promote the profession, how to combat stigma, educate the public, and will draw attention to the needs of community mental health. The aim of this day is to raise awareness and combat misconceptions with the help of therapists. It is mentioned that one in four people have the mental illness and emotional problems which need to be treated properly. Psychotherapy is not only for the individuals who need a diagnosis or in the crisis, but it also helps for those wanted to enhance their happiness.
Other Celebrations on September 25
September 25 is also celebrated as
How to Celebrate National Psychotherapy Day
Celebrating the National Psychotherapy Day is very simple. You can read and get details about the Psychotherical treatments, methods, how to overcome. Recommend therapy to a person you know. You can even share your experience with the therapy to others. Wear turquoise colour clothes to show the support for Psychotherapy Day. Post and share your celebrations on social media using the hashtag #NationalPsychotherapyDay.