Definitions for "Psychodynamic psychotherapy"
A form of psychotherapy that concentrates on working through unresolved conflicts from childhood.
a modified Freudian approach that considers early experiences and unconscious influences on shaping behavior.
( Related information) Based on the principles of psychoanalysis, this therapy is less intense, tends to occur once or twice a week, and spans a shorter time. It is based on the premise that human behavior is determined by one's past experiences, genetic factors, and current situation. This approach recognizes the significant influence that emotions and unconscious motivation can have on human behavior.