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==Nineteenth century==
 
==Nineteenth century==
===[[1880s]]===
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* [[1886]] - [[Sigmund Freud]] opened in private practice in [[Vienna]]
 
* [[1886]] - [[Sigmund Freud]] opened in private practice in [[Vienna]]
   
===[[1890s]]===
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* [[1892]] - Foundation of the [[American Psychological Association]] (APA) headed by [[G. Stanley Hall]].
 
* [[1892]] - Foundation of the [[American Psychological Association]] (APA) headed by [[G. Stanley Hall]].
 
* [[1896]] - The first psychological clinic was developed at the [[University of Pennsylvania]] marking the birth of [[clinical psychology]].
 
* [[1896]] - The first psychological clinic was developed at the [[University of Pennsylvania]] marking the birth of [[clinical psychology]].
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==Twentieth century==
 
==Twentieth century==
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* [[1900]] - Sigmund Freud published 'Interpretation of Dreams' marking the beginning of [[Psychoanalytic]] Thought.
 
* [[1900]] - Sigmund Freud published 'Interpretation of Dreams' marking the beginning of [[Psychoanalytic]] Thought.
 
* [[1906]] - The Journal of [[Abnormal Psychology]] was founded by [[Morton Prince]].
 
* [[1906]] - The Journal of [[Abnormal Psychology]] was founded by [[Morton Prince]].
   
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===1910s===
 
* [[1911]] - [[Alfred Adler]] left Freud's Psychoanalytic Group to form his own school of thought, accusing Freud of overemphasizing sexuality and basing his theory on his own childhood.
 
* [[1911]] - [[Alfred Adler]] left Freud's Psychoanalytic Group to form his own school of thought, accusing Freud of overemphasizing sexuality and basing his theory on his own childhood.
 
* [[1913]] - [[Carl Jung]] departed from Freudian views and developed his own theories citing Freud's inability to acknowledge [[religion]] and [[spirituality]]. His new school of thought became known as [[Analytical Psychology]].
 
* [[1913]] - [[Carl Jung]] departed from Freudian views and developed his own theories citing Freud's inability to acknowledge [[religion]] and [[spirituality]]. His new school of thought became known as [[Analytical Psychology]].
 
* [[1913]] - [[Jacob L. Moreno]] applies [[Group therapy|Group Psychotherapy]] methods in Vienna. His new methods, which emphasise spontanaeity and interaction, later become known as [[Psychodrama]] and [[Sociometry]].
 
* [[1913]] - [[Jacob L. Moreno]] applies [[Group therapy|Group Psychotherapy]] methods in Vienna. His new methods, which emphasise spontanaeity and interaction, later become known as [[Psychodrama]] and [[Sociometry]].
   
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* [[1921]] - [[Jacob L. Moreno]] conducts the first large scale public [[Psychodrama]] session at the Komoedienhaus, Vienna. He moves to New York in 1925.
 
* [[1921]] - [[Jacob L. Moreno]] conducts the first large scale public [[Psychodrama]] session at the Komoedienhaus, Vienna. He moves to New York in 1925.
   
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* [[1933 ]] - [[Wilhelm Reich]] publishes his first influential book ''Character Analysis''
 
* [[1933 ]] - [[Wilhelm Reich]] publishes his first influential book ''Character Analysis''
   
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===1940s===
 
* [[1942]] - [[Carl Rogers]] published 'Counseling and Psychotherapy' suggesting that respect and a non-judgmental approach to therapy is the foundation for effective treatment of [[mental health]] issues.
 
* [[1942]] - [[Carl Rogers]] published 'Counseling and Psychotherapy' suggesting that respect and a non-judgmental approach to therapy is the foundation for effective treatment of [[mental health]] issues.
 
* [[1945]] - The Journal of Clinical Psychology was founded.
 
* [[1945]] - The Journal of Clinical Psychology was founded.
 
* [[1949]] - Boulder Conference outlines [[scientist-practitioner model]] of clinical psychology, looking at the [[Master's degree|M.D.]] versus [[Doctorate|Ph.D.]] used by medical providers and researchers, respectively.
 
* [[1949]] - Boulder Conference outlines [[scientist-practitioner model]] of clinical psychology, looking at the [[Master's degree|M.D.]] versus [[Doctorate|Ph.D.]] used by medical providers and researchers, respectively.
   
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* [[1951]] - Carl Rogers publishes his major work, [[Client-Centered Therapy]].
 
* [[1951]] - Carl Rogers publishes his major work, [[Client-Centered Therapy]].
 
* [[1951]] The seminal work of ''"[[Gestalt Therapy]]: Excitement and Growth in the Human Personality"'' is published, co-authored by [[Fritz Perls]], [[Paul Goodman]], and Ralph Hefferline.
 
* [[1951]] The seminal work of ''"[[Gestalt Therapy]]: Excitement and Growth in the Human Personality"'' is published, co-authored by [[Fritz Perls]], [[Paul Goodman]], and Ralph Hefferline.
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* [[1954]] - [[Abraham Maslow]] helped to found [[Humanistic psychology]] and later developed his famous [[Maslow's hierarchy of needs|Hierarchy of Needs]].
 
* [[1954]] - [[Abraham Maslow]] helped to found [[Humanistic psychology]] and later developed his famous [[Maslow's hierarchy of needs|Hierarchy of Needs]].
   
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* [[1967]] - [[Aaron Beck]] published a psychological model of [[clinical depression|depression]] suggesting that thoughts play a significant role in the development and maintenance of depression.
 
* [[1967]] - [[Aaron Beck]] published a psychological model of [[clinical depression|depression]] suggesting that thoughts play a significant role in the development and maintenance of depression.
 
* [[1968]] - DSM II was published by the American Psychiatric Association.
 
* [[1968]] - DSM II was published by the American Psychiatric Association.
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* [[1969]] - [[California School of Professional Psychology]] established as first freestanding school of professional psychology.
 
* [[1969]] - [[California School of Professional Psychology]] established as first freestanding school of professional psychology.
   
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===[[1980s]]===
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* [[1980]] - DSM III published by the American Psychiatric Association.
 
* [[1980]] - DSM III published by the American Psychiatric Association.
   
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* [[1994]] - DSM IV published by the American Psychiatric Association.
 
* [[1994]] - DSM IV published by the American Psychiatric Association.
   

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This is a timeline of psychotherapy.

See psychotherapy for a description of the nature and development of the subject.

Also see timeline of psychology.

Nineteenth centuryEdit

1880sEdit

1890sEdit


Twentieth centuryEdit

1900sEdit

1910sEdit

1920sEdit

1930sEdit

1940sEdit

  • 1942 - Carl Rogers published 'Counseling and Psychotherapy' suggesting that respect and a non-judgmental approach to therapy is the foundation for effective treatment of mental health issues.
  • 1945 - The Journal of Clinical Psychology was founded.
  • 1949 - Boulder Conference outlines scientist-practitioner model of clinical psychology, looking at the M.D. versus Ph.D. used by medical providers and researchers, respectively.

1950sEdit

1960sEdit

1970sEdit

1980sEdit

  • 1980 - DSM III published by the American Psychiatric Association.

1990sEdit

  • 1994 - DSM IV published by the American Psychiatric Association.


Twenty First centuryEdit

ReferencesEdit

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