Psychodynamic counselling is a form of therapy that aims to address the unconscious dynamics that affect our behaviours and interactions with others. By exploring the underlying psychological and emotional factors that influence our relationships, we can gain insight into our patterns of behaviour and work towards making meaningful changes.
Relationship difficulties can stem from unresolved conflicts or traumas from our past that continue to shape our present experiences. In psychodynamic counselling, we focus on exploring and analysing these underlying factors, which can help individuals gain self-awareness and personal growth. By gaining a deeper understanding of ourselves, we can develop more fulfilling, authentic relationships with others and overcome the obstacles that may have previously prevented us from forming healthy, long-lasting connections.
As a psychodynamically trained counsellor, I specialise in helping individuals navigate relationship difficulties.
Psychodynamic counselling is an effective treatment option for individuals struggling with relationship difficulties, as its process involves self-reflection and analysis. Through this process, we can identify and work through unconscious fears, desires, and motivations, leading to a greater sense of self-awareness and personal growth, which will reflect positively on the quality of interpersonal relationships.
If you are seeking help with relationship challenges, I can help you explore the root causes of your difficulties and work towards building more meaningful and satisfying connections with the people in your life.