Psychodynamic Psychotherapy

This form of therapy involves the therapist listening to your experiences, exploring connections between present feelings and actions with past events.

The relationship between the therapist and client is used to understand current difficulties in significant relationships.

Psychodyamic therapy can help people get to know themselves better, improve their relationships and get more out of life.

It can be especially useful in helping people with long term or recurrent problems get to the root of their difficulties.