Treatments

Electroshock: a psychiatric treatment in which seizures are electrically induced in anesthetized patients for therapeutic effect

Hypnotherapy: a psychiatric treatment in which a patient is put under hypnosis to either get to the root of issues or it can be used to implant ideas into a patient’s head

Hydrotherapy: treatment in which a patient is placed in a room where water is sprayed onto them by means of a water jet alternating between cold and boiling to create thermal shocks

Ice Therapy: therapy in which a patient is placed into a bath tub filled with ice water and has to remain in the tub for an extended period of time

Convulsion Therapy: treatment where seizures are induced using chemical means

Individual Therapy: one-on-one therapy between a patient and a therapist

Group Therapy: therapy between a therapist and two or more patients

Pain Therapy: therapy in which the pain has patient inflicted upon them in order to see how much they can handle

Food Therapy: therapy in which a patient is deprived of food or given access food to eat depending on the circumstances

Medication Therapy: therapy in which a cocktail of medication is given to the patient to see their reaction

Isolation Therapy: therapy in which a person is locked in an isolation room for an extended period of time- usually days- with no contact with anyone except when given meals

Heat therapy: therapy in which a patient is put within a room that is heated up like a sauna only unlike a sauna the patient has no control over the heat level

Sensory Deprivation therapy: therapy in which a patient is blindfolded and confined to a chair with gear placed over their ears so they can’t hear either

Sound therapy: therapy in which a patient is placed in a dark room and jarring/frightening/irritating sounds are filtered into the room at random