Psychoanalytic therapist can help you raise quality of life

The psychoanalytic therapist does not usually give recommendations about how you are supposed to manage your life or solve problems or what internal conflict is preventing you from knowing what you should do in your life. When it is needed, the psychoanalytic therapist may propose postponing a particular decision until later time, or may act to prevent you from emotional distress which can inflict a serious psychological injury.
The major purpose of the psychoanalytic therapist is to listen attentively to the patient with the intention of understanding him and make easy communication. The psychoanalytic therapist uses both intelligence and feelings to find verbal and nonverbal clues to the patient's unsolved problems. The psychoanalytic therapist must first understand these hidden motives and causes and then convert them into the information useful to the patient. To do this, the psychoanalytic therapist asks questions, confronts distortions, and does anything required to help the patient share his feelings and thoughts comfortably. An extensive range of problems connected with emotional stress is successfully treated with the help of a psychoanalytic therapist, who may offer individual sessions or arrange a group therapy. There are some of them with which you, probably, are familiar: extreme susceptibility, hopelessness, restlessness, boredom, emotional distress; illogical horror, nervousness with no evident reason; all-encompassing feeling of emptiness, meaninglessness; absence of purpose, ideals or values, the feeling that you are overpowered by accountability and feeling of being watched plus you are not capable of relaxing, having a rest and play. You may also be scared of being unable to set reachable and practical aims, and acknowledge responsibility; problems in relationships within your family; poor ability to communicate with acquaintances or lovers; the sense of your miserable life being out of control and that you cannot be called an owner of your own destiny; or eating a great amount of food, or, on the contrary, you do not eat sufficient to get perfect health; bodily troubles which have psychological roots. One of the most important pre-requisites of successful individual or group therapy must be friendly relationships between the patient and therapist. You have to be partners and friends. While no two individuals are the same, no two managements are also alike. For example, you lie on a sofa, while the psychoanalyst is not in sight, and talk. You say anything you want to say. You should say the things that bother you and occur to you in this relaxed state. Since you talk, you reveal the past and present circumstances and future strategies. Even sexual beliefs, irritated judgment and views of yourself or others can be identified and extracted in an easy way. As a rule, after some time, all patients are happy they have undergone psychoanalytic therapist treatment, because they had a possibility to express themselves and to open unconscious motives, and reminiscences to raise the quality of life. In the process of a patient’s treatment imaginings are useful in psychoanalytic therapist practice because of offering, as Freud considered, the Road of Royal to the Unconscious. In your imaginable ideas you state unconscious requirements, recollections, wishes and conflicts. Your dreams are an inexhaustible source of information for your psychoanalyst.
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