The Benefits Of Psychodynamic Therapy

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Psychoanalytic therapy, goal is to bring the unconscious to the conscious mind - helping individuals to crumble, experience and understand their true feelings, rooted to solve them. It is considered that keeps our unconscious feelings and painful memories that are too difficult for the conscious mind to process. In order to ensure that these memories and not superficial experiences, many people will develop defenses, such as denial and projection. According to psychodynamic therapy, these defenses often do more harm than good. The psychodynamic approach is designed to help people with a wide range of problems, but tends to be more effective in the treatment of more specific issues such as anxiety disorders (eg phobias and obsessive compulsive

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