Psychodynamic therapy is a short-term counselling technique; psychoanalysis is a long-term therapeutic process. In both cases, the therapist creates an environment in which one can unburden themselves of disturbing feelings and thoughts.
Psychoanalysis and psychodynamic therapy focus on the psychological roots of emotional suffering. Self-reflection, self-examination, and self-exploration of our thoughts, dreams, attitudes and beliefs can allow us insight into why and how we are facing the struggles that occur presently.
Psychodynamic Therapy & Psychoanalysis will help you gain an understanding of the past so you can make sense of current relationships, conflicts, or patterns of behaviour.