This post will be super short because the answer to the title question is super short. Someone had asked me this question (what is eclectic therapist) a while ago and I promised to make a post about it. I realized later that there isn’t really much to say about this but I still want to fulfill my promise and post the answer on the website. Continue reading “What Is “Eclectic” Therapist?”
Psychodynamic approach in therapy is best suited for those who want to achieve more than just reducing or eliminating unwanted symptoms. This is an insight-oriented approach that seeks to bring lasting changes through the deeper understanding of one’s mental and emotional processes, which by design takes a long time to achieve.
Many people feel that they have neither time nor energy for this kind of long-term work and that all they need is Continue reading “The Pros and Cons of Psychodynamic Therapy”
The term “psychodynamic” emerged in the second half of the last century as a result of the shift that psychotherapy profession made when many practitioners decided to move away from psychoanalysis for a variety of reasons.
Psychoanalysis in its classic form was no longer Continue reading “Psychodynamic Psychotherapy”
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 than those who didn’t do it. This discovery lead Continue reading “Psychoanalysis”