Psychodynamic Psychotherapy

Psychodynamic psychotherapy is based on psychodynamic theory. According to this theory, the problems and symptoms of the patient are related to unconscious processes, and the main factors that affect the observed problems are past childhood experiences and traumas.

This form of therapy focuses on revealing the unconscious content of the client’s psyche that is causing tension. This is similar to psychoanalysis, as it involves looking at early experiences, internal conflicts, and problems, interpersonal relationships and defense mechanisms. Working through these core issues is the key to successful recovery from mental health and dual diagnosis struggles. @btccorp

Under the main headline of psychodynamic psychotherapy, there are many sub-types of psychotherapy, with the same basic view. Short emergency individual psychotherapy, long-term individual psychotherapy, descriptive psychotherapy, such as supportive psychotherapy.

Although psychodynamic psychotherapy is a long study, most patients have a much shorter psychotherapy process. Many studies show that 60-75% of patients quit treatment within the first 8 sessions. Therefore, although therapists prepare themselves for long-term psychotherapies through training, the majority of psychotherapies in practice are short-term.This type of therapy is effective in the psychotherapy of conditions such as :

  • Depressive disorder,
  • anxiety disorders,
  • adaptation disorders due to life events (divorce, abandonment, deceit, etc.).
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Sefa Ozer
Sefa Ozer
Currently studying psychology and researching cognitive behavioral therapy. Also have studied comprative literature,interested in gender studies,. Loves helping people playing video games, music and dancing.
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