Psychodynamic counselling at First Psychology Dundee
Psychodynamic counselling is one of a range of counselling and therapy options available at our Dundee centre.
What is psychodynamic counselling?
Psychodynamic counselling focuses on the unconscious and the importance of early experiences on our current situation/problems. The psychodynamic approach to counselling stems from the work of Sigmund Freud.
The psychodynamic counsellor, psychologist or psychotherapist will help clients explore past difficulties and unconscious conflicts or issues, as these experiences are believed to be at the root of current problems.
What issues can psychodynamic counselling help with?
Psychodynamic counselling can be used to explore unresolved issues and conflicts from the past that are believed to impact on the present. Common issues it can treat include: anxiety, depression, anger, relationship problems, trauma, phobias, grief and loss.
How do I find out more about psychodynamic counselling or make an appointment to see a psychodynamic counselling professional?
For more about our psychodynamic counselling service or to book an initial session with a counsellor, psychotherapist or psychologist trained in psychodynamic techniques, please contact us.