Psychoanalysis

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What is Psychoanalysis and how can it help?

Psychoanalysis is one of the most well-known psychological treatments available. The main goal of psychoanalysis is to help you better understand your past experiences and how these can play a role in your current behaviours, thoughts and emotions (depression).

Psychoanalysis will help you move forward from past psychological conflicts that are affecting your life today. 

‘Healing takes courage, and we all have courage, even if we dig a little to find it.’ Tori Amos

Most psychological symptoms are formed and maintained by limiting thoughts and beliefs patterns. These beliefs are also strengthened by negative thinking styles which dictate how we view the rest of our lives.

Undertaking a course of psychoanalysis allows you to recover by exposing you to difficult life experiences, such as traumatic, emotional experiences, whilst in a safe, supporting and caring environment.

‘It is almost always the case that whatever has wounded you will also be instrumental in your healing.’ – Robert A. Johnson

Everyone can benefit from psychoanalysis and you should be free from symptoms and causes that are currently preventing you from living your best life.

Symptoms that can be helped with psychoanalysis, although not exhaustive, include anxiety, depression, personality disorders, obsessions, compulsions and many more.

Nobody should have something inside of themselves but outside their control. If you want permanent freedom from your symptoms and issues then a course of psychoanalysis what you need.

‘Out of your vulnerabilities will come your strength.’ – Sigmund Freud

Imagine how amazing it must be to uncover the true you, in a way that enables you to fully appreciate who you are. Be who you really should be. Don’t just be the best, be even better.

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    Available in London and St Albans, Hertfordshire.