Treatment Modalities
Psychotherapeutic Modalities

Psychodynamic Therapy

The emphasis of psychodynamic therapy is resolving a patient’s emotional and  behavioral issues by revealing and resolving the unconscious processes that  contribute to them.

Patients are guided toward self-awareness through an understanding of how unconscious processes are influenced by experiences and how they, in turn,  affect present behaviors.

This form of therapy is used to treat a broad range of psychological disorders, including substance use, mood, and anxiety disorders.