About Psychodynamic Psychotherapy

Psychodynamic Psychotherapy provides a confidential, empathic, non-judgemental space in which to talk about your thoughts and feelings. Your therapist is there to listen and work with you to help you understand more about yourself and your relationships.  


Together with your therapist, you will think about how your past experience influences the present, particularly your emotional life, relationships, choices and behaviour, enabling you to gain insight and perspective into your situation and support you in moving forward. 

The therapuetic relationship is unique in that the focus is on you. Your therapist is there to help you gain insight into your internal world, helping you to self reflect and acquire a better understanding of yourself and your perception of the world around you. There might be times during therapy when complex or difficult feelings arise, as you begin to think about and process your experiences.

Psychodynamic work explores the patients internal world. It is deep, explorative work in which the patient is able to talk freely about what is in their mind. The aim of the work is to bring unconscious thoughts, feelings and behaviour into consciousness in an effort to relieve psychic tension.

If you would like to contact me about Psychodynamic Psychotherapy and how it might help you, get in touch here