What is Bodynamic Psychology?

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Bodynamic Psychology is a body psychotherapy grounded in the idea of mutual connection and dignity. The goal of this therapy is for a person to feel connected to others and themselves without disowning any portion of their experience. When a […]

Demystifying Psychotherapy

Drop the word psychotherapy in a conversation, and everyone is bound to have an association with it. The problem, however, is that everyone’s association will vary and in some cases, it will vary widely. Reactions range from wildly positive to […]

Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy and Depression

Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy Sometimes you need more than one tool to get the job done. Sometimes these tools go together so well, that they become inseparable. Think of a peanut butter and jelly sandwich. Think of cognitive and behavioral therapies. It’s […]

Gestalt Therapy and Depression

Gestalt Therapy Trained in Psychoanalysis, Fritz Perls broke away from the tradition and moved to the United States in the 1940s, setting up shop in the fabled Esalen Institute on the west coast in Big Sur, California. Dynamic, charismatic, and […]

Psychodynamic Therapy and Depression

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A Brief History of Psychodynamic Therapy Started by Sigmund Freud in the late 1800’s, Psychoanalysis is regarded as the original theory of psychology. Freud wrote an impressive number of books in his life, and devoted much of his energies to […]