Psychodynamic Psychotherapy is a form of talk therapy that aims to help individuals understand and explore their emotions, thoughts, and behaviors. This approach is based on the idea that our past experiences, particularly those from childhood, shape who we are and how we interact with the world around us. By exploring these experiences and the unconscious patterns that may be influencing our behavior, we can gain insight into our current struggles and work towards resolving them.
Improved interpersonal relationships
Better emotional regulation
Increased resilience to stress
During a session of Psychodynamic Psychotherapy, the therapist will encourage the patient to talk about their thoughts and feelings in a safe and non-judgmental environment. The therapist will listen carefully and help the patient identify patterns in their behavior and relationships that may be causing distress. Through this process, the patient can gain a deeper understanding of themselves and their motivations.