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Main types of Psychoanalytic and Psychodynamic Therapies

Main types of Psychoanalytic and Psychodynamic Therapies

Psychoanalytic and psychodynamic therapies are based on the unconscious thoughts and perceptions of an individual that have developed throughout his childhood, and how they affect his current behavior and thoughts.

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  • 1 Jungian Therapy
  • 2 Psychoanalytic Therapy
  • 3 Psychodynamic Therapy

Jungian Therapy

The Jungian therapy or Jung analysis as it is also known, it is an approach psychoanalytic which was developed by psychotherapist Carl Gustav Jung. Together with Freud, Jung is considered one of the pioneers of the Deep Psychology, especially of the unconscious mind.

Although Jung worked with Freud for some time, they separated due to different theories. While Freud claimed that dreams and the unconscious are personal things contained within an individual, Jung believed that the personal unconscious is only the upper layer of the much deeper collective unconscious: the uncontrollable, inherited part of the human psyche that is composed of archetypes or common patterns for all mankind.

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Psychoanalytic Therapy

The Psychoanalytic Therapy It is a type of treatment based on the theories of Sigmund Freud, who is considered one of the precursors of psychology and the founder of Psychoanalysis. This therapy explores how the unconscious mind influences thoughts and behaviors, with the aim of offering a vision and resolution to the person seeking treatment.

Psychoanalytic Therapy tends to observe early childhood experiences to see if these events have affected the life of the individual, or potentially contributed to current concerns. This form of therapy is considered a long-term option and may continue for weeks, months or even years, depending on the depth of the concern being explored.

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Psychodynamic Therapy

The Psychodynamic therapy or psychodynamic orientation as it is also known, it is a therapeutic approach that encompasses the work of all analytical therapies. Its roots are predominantly in Freud's psychoanalysis approach, but Carl Jung, Alfred Adler, Otto Rank and Melanie Klein are widely recognized for further developing the concept and application of psychodynamics.

Like Psychoanalysis and Psychoanalytic TherapyThe goal of therapy is to bring the unconscious mind to consciousness, to help individuals understand their true, deeply rooted feelings in order to solve them.

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