Psychotherapy in general: A psychotherapist interacts with patients to initiate change in the patient's thoughts, feelings, and behavior through adaptation. Psychotherapists provide treatment in individual and group settings. After gathering information and doing a problem assessment, the psychotherapist will define a course of treatment that meets the specific needs of an individual, couple or family. The course of treatment will usually consist of subsequent psychotherapy sessions; working toward a defined goal in mind.
Psychodynamic therapy is individual therapy based on the psychoanalitic theory.
Short-Term Dynamic Psychotherapy
The work is organized around an actual inner conflict, which has a special emphasis in the curriculum as well. The reframing, understanding of the conflict will help further development of the personality. Therapy is lasting for 3-6 months, once or twice a week, runs with an exact number of sessions, has an exact date of finishing.