Psychoanalysis  

 

What is psychoanalysis?

 

Psychoanalysis is a therapeutic method with the power and effectiveness to eradicate psychic suffering.

 
Conceived and created by Sigmund Freud more than 100 years ago, and reoriented later on by Jacques Lacan, it continues being my first therapeutic choice, as it acts on the patient’s unconscious contents which influence the symptom.

 
Patients suffer the pain of their symptoms which always, at different levels, invalidate them. Psychoanalysts invite that patient who is suffering and asks for help, to see the objective from a different perspective, to the inside, as well as to revise and rewrite their own history…to listen to themselves, to assume the enjoyment of their symptoms in which they are involved, to get to know and defend their wish and to enjoy the happiness that implies reaching it.

 
Psychoanalysis has the particularity of being a different experience from psychology, psychiatry, and the multiple psychotherapies.

 

 

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