“Psychodynamic therapy may be the best way to tackle reoccurring problems”- writes Shedler

In this article by Jonathan Shedler, an american psychoanalyst, several myths regarding psychodynamic psychotherapy are debunked. He also describes the differences between this kind of therapy and cognitive behavioural therapy.

“Freud’s legacy is not a specific theory but rather a sensibility: an appreciation of the depth and complexity of mental life and a recognition that we do not fully know ourselves. It is also an acknowledgment that what we do not know is nonetheless manifested in our relationships and can cause suffering—or, in a therapy relationship, can be examined and potentially reworked.”

If you are interested in finding out more go to….http://www.jonathanshedler.com/PDFs/Shedler%20Scientific%20American.pdf