Psychodynamic Psychotherapy

 Psychodynamic Psychotherapy is a form of depth Psychology that focuses on the unconscious processes  as they manifest in a persons present behaviour.  Psychodynamic Psychotherapy not only includes an in-depth understanding of the continuity, complexity and in some cases psycho-somatic roots of the presented problem, but an ability to fully engage with the client (adult or child) and experience and work with deep vulnerability, aggression and emotional pain; remaining fully open-minded and emphatic in the process of trying to find better ways together. The relationship that develops between therapist and client in that context enables internal change leading to new and healthier ways of relating to other significant people in the client’s life, as well as developing their individuality, potential and satisfaction with life.