Dive into the thoughts, patterns, reactions and feelings that fill the subconscious and unconscious mind.
Letting out all the suppressed emotions through talk therapy makes the burden lighter and easier to work through.
Once insight is gained, it is easier to regulate emotions and thoughts so that they don’t cause distress.
Finding the cause of your distress and justifying your pain makes healing easier.
The often underlying but ignored roots of the low moods of depression reside in the unconscious mind. Psychoanalysis is the method to roll back to the beginning of the symptoms and track their increase. For depression to be cured, the causes of low moods are to be resolved and coping techniques for future similar situations are to be inculcated.
Studying the past traumatic events raise awareness about the triggers of the ongoing phobia or the symbolic references the phobia has in everyday life. Phobias being repressed, displaced desires and fears. Resolving the emotions evolved from past traumatic events is the goal of psychoanalytic treatment for phobia.
The individual’s conscious and unconscious beliefs and fantasies about suicide overpower their rational thinking and lead them towards passive or active self-harm. Psychoanalysis is the method to decipher the thought process behind self-harm behaviour.
Male Sexual Disorders
Distorted beliefs and convictions about sexuality are established in childhood as a consequence of adverse influences on sexual development. The common issues reported by men include impotence, premature ejaculation, frigidity, and other operational problems. They appear as physical shortcomings but have psychological roots.
Female Sexual Disorders
Distorted beliefs and convictions about sexuality are established in childhood as a consequence of adverse influences on sexual development. The common issues reported by women are low sexual drive, orgasmic disorder, sexual pain disorder, hypoactive sexual drive and others. They appear as physical shortcomings but have psychological roots.
Human personalities are constantly, though slowly, changing through perpetual interactions. The personalities may cross their frame and change the human into someone completely different as well. The references of change may not always be conscious and require psychoanalytic intervention to return to default behaviour.
Doubts about self-worth, capabilities and better future reside in the unconscious mind. These doubts have a huge impact in behaviour and identity recognition. Therefore, dealing with identity crisis will require diving into the depth of the mind.
Addressing negative situations is an overwhelming experience. Therefore,those situations are primarily superessed to avoid going through emotional pain. However, the suppressed emotions have to be processed through psychoanalysis.
Psychoanalysis is a type of therapy that aims to release pent-up or repressed emotions and memories in or to lead the client to healing. In other words, the goal of psychoanalysis is to bring what exists at the unconscious or subconscious level up to consciousness.
Psychoanalysis treats depression, generalised anxiety, sexual problems, self-destructive behaviour, persistent psychological problems, disorders of identity, psychosomatic disorders, phobias, obsessive compulsive disorders.