therapy


therapy
noun
ADJECTIVE
alternative, complementary
occupational, physical (AmE) (physiotherapy in BrE)
drug, gene, hormone, radiation
hormone replacement
art, aversion, relaxation, shock, etc.
retail (humorous)

She indulged in a bit of retail therapy.

speech
behaviour/behavior, behavioural/behavioral, cognitive

the efficacy of cognitive behavioural/behavioral therapy

family, group, individual

They discuss their problems in group therapy sessions.

… OF THERAPY
course
VERB + THERAPY
need, require, seek
be given, have, receive, undergo

He will have to have speech therapy.

be in, go into

I went into therapy because my doctor suggested it.

THERAPY + NOUN
group, session
PHRASES
a form of therapy

the use of hypnosis as a form of therapy


Collocations dictionary. 2013.

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