Sometimes referred to as insight oriented or dynamic therapy, this approach allows the therapist to help individuals examine how early-life experiences influence current emotions, thoughts and beliefs. This type of therapy helps to increase insight and awareness of current patterns of behavior. This approach typically requires a longer commitment and number of sessions to allow for the resolution of past conflicts and integrate new learning and behavior. Brief dynamic therapy has also been shown to effect significant change.
Evidence-Based Psychodynamic TherapyConsultant2019-04-26T16:05:42-05:00