Psychoanalytic psychotherapy is a specific form of psychological treatment. It is based on the assumption that our minds are fundamentally adaptive, and our emotional experiences are meaningful and important components that provide important information about who we are and what we desire from life.
There are several goals of psychoanalysis, and many of them are ultimately determined by you. Generally, psychoanalysis profoundly helps people understand their emotional lives.
Individuals who have AD/HD or learning disorders can face difficult challenges in their education, work, and personal life. While medications can be useful for issues such as AD/HD, usually it is not enough to lead as productive and satisfying a life as is possible.
People often wish to know if therapy is right for them, and if so, what kind of treatment would serve them best. Consultation with a psychoanalyst can help people who are wishing to answer these questions for themselves and are looking for an experienced opinion from an expert.