Analytical therapy (Psychoanalytic Psychotherapy, Analytical psychology)
Analytical psychotherapy involves the analysis of underlying, deep-rooted motivations that influence human behaviour.
Analytical counsellors focus on the relationship between the consciousness and unconscious in order to cure a person's psyche. Analytic therapy is influenced by Jung's approach to psychoanalysis, focusing on the Archetypes.
The aim is to gain an understanding of the unconscious processes which take place in mind and get expressed in all relationships. The person early experiences are important in shaping the way the mind work including operations outside of conscious awareness. The unconscious processes affect behaviours. Self understanding enables the person to find more appropriate ways of being, and of coping with difficulties. An approach based on the study of the psyche through the exploration of dreams, religion and philosophy.
Analytic therapy is used with regards to gender issues, the study of personality type, improvement of the personal relationships.
It is recommended for treatment of emotional pain, depression and anxiety. Analytic therapy will increase self-awareness and self-understanding (140).
Counselling and psychotherapy may be provided via Skype and FaceTime in the comfort of your home, office or any place of your choice.