Evidence based help for:
• depression • anxiety
• relationship/gender problems
• difficult to diagnose (somatic) pain/symptoms
• health problems related to stress
• addiction/eating disorders
All forms of psychotherapy (psychoanalysis, behavioural and cognitive) have been shown to reduce distress and to promote physical and psychological wellbeing (Mumford, Schlesinger, & Glass, 1983; Sobel, 1995). However, those receiving psychodynamic treatment maintain therapeutic gains and appear to continue to improve after treatment ends (Shedler, 2010).
Psychodynamic treatment takes longer than many other therapeutic methods (CBT; DBT, Exposure Therapy). Many people who chose psychodynamic treatment find they no longer need psychotropic medications. For further information, see links below.