Psychodynamic and Psychoanalytic Psychotherapy aims to contribute significantly to our general sense of well being and our ability to manage our lives more effectively, and thereby positively influencing our mental and physical health. This approach aims to help us understand our difficulties by increasing our awareness of the ways in which our inner world and early development affects our experience and behaviour in the external world. Greater self understanding can enable us to deal more effectively with conflict, loss and life’s dilemmas.
This approach is distinct from some other counselling and therapy approaches as it is often a longer term process, aiming for a more deep-seated change in our lives.
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