Psychodynamic psychotherapy is the current generic term for the psychoanalytic approach to psychotherapy and the diverse forms of practice which have developed from that initial practice at the beginning of the 20th century.
Psychodynamic approaches include, amongst others:
- Psychoanalytic Psychotherapy
- Jungian Analysis
- Attachment-based Psychotherapy
- Psychodynamic Psychotherapy
- Relational Psychotherapy
We offer many of these forms of psychotherapy in the practice; ultimately these approaches are founded in the tradition started by Freud and Jung and focus upon work with unconscious material. We have described several of these practices; these descriptions can be read by following the links below.