Psychodynamic therapy works to relieve distress and promote personal growth through self-understanding. Understanding can help you develop better coping skills, alleviate distress and live a more satisfying and fulfilling life. Many people have found psychodynamic therapy helpful for relationship difficulties, school and work stress, career and other life choices, depression, sexual identity issues, trauma and grief.
It is the role of the therapist to encourage you to speak as freely and openly as possible, not only about yourself, but your problem, your actions, your thoughts, your feelings, and your relationships. You will work together to gain insight about yourself, develop understanding and create solutions.