Insight-oriented psychotherapy (Brief therapy)
Insight-oriented psychotherapy (Brief therapy) is a short-term dynamic psychotherapy, brief therapy for specific short-term difficulties such as emotional and interpersonal problems. It reconstructs the origins of a disorder in early life experience of the clients, seeks for unconscious factors related with the abnormal thinking, emotions, and behaviour.
Changes within 6-9 months, with sessions once a week.
The therapists aim to identify indications and contraindications, the problems, realistic goals should be chosen.
The therapists pay attention to the emotional intellectual content of the client's utterances, clients' non-verbal behaviour, avoidance of too complex problem areas, interpretations of events and behaviours, defence mechanisms as blocks, unconscious protection, alert to the development of transference and counter-transference.
Ending treatment the therapists focus remain on these goals, a better understanding of the chosen problems and should be more confident about dealing with them.
Follow-up appointments spaced over 2 or 3 months.
Low self-esteem, recurrent problems in forming intimate relationships.
Contraindications include obsessional or hypochondriacal disorders, severe mood disorder, schizophrenia, and a personality disorder, especially one leading to acting out of problems.
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