Psychodynamic Psychotherapy

Psychodynamic psychotherapy is a robust treatment that differs from other therapies by aiming for deep change within the personality over time. It can be helpful for those actively looking for help with their emotional difficulties such as depression, anxiety, disturbances in mood, and problematic personal and work relationships. People seeking a greater sense of fulfilment and understanding in their lives may also be helped by this in-depth process. 

The relationship with the therapist is a crucial part of the therapy in which your thoughts, feelings, phantasies and dreams can be faced together. Psychotherapy draws from the practice and established knowledge of psychoanalysis. 

Sessions are for 50 minutes.


Psychodynamic psychotherapy can help you to work-through:

  • Depression
  • Feelings of emptiness and loss of meaning in your life 
  • Difficulties with maintaining relationships or finding oneself in destructive relationships and abusive patterns
  • Anxiety and restlessness
  • Disturbed nights and Insomnia
  • Persistent difficulties following significant loss or change
  • Medically unexplained physical symptoms
  • Addictions and difficulty in understanding your needs
  • Sexual difficulties and understanding identifications