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Shock therapy or shock treatment may refer to:
- A treatment such as:
- Electroconvulsive therapy, or electroshock, a psychiatric treatment in which seizures are electrically induced, or its predecessor metrazol/cardiazol convulsive therapy
- Insulin shock therapy, a form of psychiatric treatment in which patients were repeatedly injected with large doses of insulin in order to produce daily comas for several weeks
- Deep Sleep Therapy
- Milton H. Erickson Shock Therapy, Linguistic Shock Therapy used to bypass the critical factor of the conscious mind.
- Shock Treatment (1964 film), a 1964 film, starring Stuart Whitman, Carol Lynley, Roddy McDowell and Lauren Bacall
- Shock Treatment (1969 film), a West German film
- Shock Treatment (Don Ellis album), 1968
- Shock Treatment (1973 film), a 1973 film
- Shock Treatment (Edgar Winter album), 1974
- Shock Treatment, the 1981 follow up to The Rocky Horror Picture Show
- Shock Treatment (1995 film), a 1995 television film
- Shock Treatment (TV series), a 2005 reality entertainment documentary
- Shock Treatment (Krizz Kaliko album), a 2010 album by Krizz Kaliko
- Shock Treatment, a finishing move used by Chris Parks a.k.a. Abyss
- Shock therapy (economics), the sudden release of price and currency controls
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