The psychotherapeutic process is a method for understanding the meaning of your experience, behaviour, relationships, habits, thoughts and feelings. Insight encourages confidence, self-reliance and contentment. Psychoanalytic psychotherapy is the process to help you work through the complex issues which underlie suffering that can lead to illness and depression.
Factors Linked to Mental and Medical Illness
Factors Implicated in Depression
- Family Conflict
- Interpersonal Conflict
- Recent Losses & Regrets
- Drugs and Alcohol
- Past Bad Experiences
- High Anxiety
- Chemical Changes
- Inherited Disposition
Benefits of Psychoanalytic Treatment
- Cognitive Behavioural Therapy assists in identifying negative thoughts and processes, as well as modifying negative feelings and behaviours.
- Psychotherapy reaches the deeper levels for symptom relief. Once the symptoms have been addressed the individual can experience comfort, wellbeing, psychological health and vitality.
- Neuropsychotherapy is effective in the management and treatment of disorders using an integrative approach to therapy that takes into account the dynamic interplay between the mind, central nervous system, interpersonal interaction, and the environment on a person's well-being.
- Neuro-Linguistic Programming (NLP). NLP explores the relationships between how we think (neuro), how we communicate (linguistic) and our patterns of behaviour and emotion (programs).
It takes enormous energy to keep painful issues out of sight and mind. However, once the symptom has been addressed the individual can experience comfort, wellbeing and psychological health.