Dream Psychology: Psychoanalysis For Beginners

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Psychiatry Research 229(1-2):381–388. 326 outpatients with mood or anxiety disorder: randomized to SFT, short-term psychodynamic psychotherapy (SPP) or long-term psychodynamic psychotherapy (LPP); 5 yr follow-up from the start of treatment. Patients need a therapist who will relate in a healthy, contactful manner, neither losing self by indulgent the patient at the expense of exploration and working through nor creating excessive anxiety, shame and frustration by not being respectful, warm, receptive, direct and honest.

Pages: 84

Publisher: CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform (June 1, 1920)

ISBN: 1499762275

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