It is widely accepted among psychotherapists and their clients that the relationship between a therapist and a client, or the so-called “therapeutic relationship”, is both intimate and professional at the same time. I believe, that “intimate” and “professional” dynamics cannot co-exist in the same relationship, but I also believe that it depends on how one defines
This post explores pros and cons of psychodynamic psychotherapy.
This is the summary of what psychodynmic therapy entails.
Psychoanalysis as a healing method was developed, as you may know, by Sigmund Freud, an Austrian neurologist who had noticed an interesting phenomena while working with his patients. He noticed that those of them who had a habit of talking about themselves and their lives during doctor’s visits got rid of their neurological symptoms faster