One counselor asked her to get on her knees during a therapy session, Robison said, and “beg his pardon for whatever I had done.”
And I would predict that among Democrats, especially those in New York City, more believe in therapy than in God.
At the agency, clients participate in therapy groups and learn leadership techniques.
1846, "medical treatment of disease," from Modern Latin therapia, from Greek therapeia "curing, healing," from therapeuein "to cure, treat medically," literally "attend, do service, take care of;" related to therapon "servant, attendant."
therapy ther·a·py (thěr'ə-pē)
The treatment of illness or disability.
A healing power or quality.
Treatment intended to cure or alleviate an illness or injury, whether physical or mental.