One form of depth psychological counseling is called psychoanalysis. Although there are many different forms of psychoanalysis, here is an excellent video courtesy of the Freud Museum in London that gives a broad explanation of what it is like to work from a depth perspective in psychotherapy. Although Freudian psychoanalysis is practiced differently today than it has been in the past, the basics remain the same. Working with a therapist who is trained in working with the unconscious can help to alleviate a multitude of symptoms; in fact, as you’ll learn from the video below, working from a depth perspective means viewing the symptom as something to be understood, rather than something to be gotten rid of. This is the biggest difference between a cognitive approach to therapy and a depth psychological perspective.

 

 

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