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This shocking therapy is still in use today:

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Retry Correct Incorrect Electroshock therapy, or electroconvulsive therapy (ECT), was first used in the 1930s by placing electrodes on the forehead to pass electrical currents to the brain. It was controversial due to the high voltage levels and the lack of anesthesia. ECT is used today as a last resort, with patients receiving anesthesia before the procedure.
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This shocking therapy is still in use today:

  • DBT
  • CBT
  • Electroshock Therapy
  • Lobotomy
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