“It is a joy to be hidden, but a disaster not to be found.”


Psychodynamic psychotherapy is adapted from Psychoanalytic theories and practices, which assert that the unconscious mind influences our conscious thought processes and behaviours. 

Psychoanalysis originated in the late 19th Century. Classical Psychoanalysis gave rise to diverse schools of thought that diverged from the Freudian tradition. Modern Psychodynamic psychotherapy draws upon these varied approaches in its attempt to explore and delineate the psyche.