Who is Psychoanalysis Therapy for?
Psychoanalysis therapy is a form of talking therapy based on the theories of Sigmund Freud. The approach explores how the unconscious mind influences thoughts and behaviours. Psychoanalysis is a talking therapy thought to help people with a number of emotional and psychological problems. Psychoanalysis is a talking therapy thought to help people with a number of emotional and psychological problems.
How Does Psychoanalysis Therapy Work?
Katherine W, Clapham
What the Research into Psychoanalysis Says
Research into Acceptance & Commitment Therapy has a developing evidence base with over 20 randomised controlled trials across a variety of problems and this research suggests consistent support for ACT for a broad range of problems including: chronic pain, addictions, smoking cessation, depression, anxiety, psychosis, stress, diabetes management, weight management, epilepsy control, self-harm, body dissatisfaction, eating disorders and burn out.
More Reading on this Subject
For more information, see The Counselling Directory – Psychoanalytical
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