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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 century[]

1880s[]

1890s[]


Twentieth century[]

1900s[]

1910s[]

1920s[]

1930s[]

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.
  • 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.

1950s[]

1960s[]

1970s[]

1980s[]

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

1990s[]

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


Twenty First century[]

References[]

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