Psychodynamic Psychotherapy is a highly effective psychological treatment that improves the quality of life of people from all walks of life.
It consists of meeting a therapist on a regular basis for sessions which last 50 minutes. The ongoing structure of this approach can give you and your therapist an insight into what is happening at a deeper level psychologically over time. The treatment can bring about lasting change to sometimes overwhelming and enduring emotional concerns. People sometimes access this support when previous therapies have not had a lasting outcome or they feel they would benefit from understanding themselves better with the demands life is now placing on them.
A psychodynamic approach recognises that a challenge in the present day may have its roots in earlier life experiences. This key insight combined with working with a trained and skillful therapist over time can bring lasting changes in the way we view ourselves, our perception, awareness and relationships.
Psychotherapy provides a safe place in which to explore past and present feelings and the connections between past and current relationships and imagination for the future direction of life.
PEOPLE ACCESS PSYCHODYNAMIC PSYCHOTHERAPY FOR HELP WITH
1. Low moods and depression
2. Distress or feeling disconnected
3. Relationship difficulties
4. Continual anxiety and panic attacks
5. Dealing with traumatic experience
6. Various addictions
7. Repeating destructive behaviour
8. Feeling stuck in life and unable to change
9. Loss and bereavement
10. Low self-esteem and feeling you have screwed up in some way
11. Self harm
12. Recurring psychological problems of long duration