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Psychodynamic psychotherapy is a process in which the client and therapist work together to explore and resolve underlying and often unconscious issues which create difficulty in their lives. In this type of therapy, the focus is more on developmental and relational dynamics rather than symptoms and behaviors.
From this process the clients begin to gain an understanding of their feelings and thoughts and patterns of behavior. Over time the clients learn to integrate these new isights into their lives, lessening their pain, healing, and allowing them to grow.
"Problems do not go away. They must be worked through or else they remain, forever a barrier to the growth and development of the spirit." – Carl Rogers
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Types of Therapy
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