What does psychoanalytic psychotherapy treat?
The people who benefit most from a psychoanalytic psychotherapy are those who experience mental suffering which is illustrated by a clinical depression, prolonged anxiety, panick attacks, bodily pain without organic cause, school or professional difficulties, ADD and ADHD, anorexia, bulimia, obsessions, compulsions, addiction, insomnia, a sexual disorder, a sense of non-fulfillment or the repetition of unsatisfactory relationships.
Who is psychoanalytic psychotherapy for?
Psychoanalytic psychotherapy is a talking cure which, beyond the disappearance of symptoms, aims at a deep and lasting change to feel better with oneself and others. It is therefore also aimed at people who, without specific symptoms, want to get to know and understand themselves better and live a fulfilled life.
Is psychoanalytic psychotherapy effective with children?
Psychoanalytic psychotherapy is effective with children, even very young ones, adolescents and adults.