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What is Psychoanalysis?

A system of psychotherapy that seeks to alleviate neuroses and other mental disorders. This can be achieved by the analysis of unconscious factors as revealed in dreams, free association, lapses of memory.

Psychoanalysis is a combination of psychology and psychotherapy, based on the work of Freud and the Freudian traditions. It emphasizes on the study of unconscious mental processes. It is also a theory of personality and a method of psychotherapy that seeks to bring unconscious desires into consciousness and make it possible to resolve conflicts that date back to early childhood experiences.

 

DOCTRINES common to FRUEDIAN TRADITIONS

Doctrine of GOAL-DIRECTEDNESS
Human functioning is much more goal-directed than we ordinarily suppose. Hence this doctrine lays stress on the motivation of human thought, behavior, etc., and prescribes that we look for the unconscious motives to determine and explain our conduct.

Doctrine of DEVELOPMENT
Emphasizes the importance of experience, especially early experience, in the development of individual towards adulthood.

Doctrine of TREATMENT
The proper form of treatment for neuroses is psychotherapy. For all other non organic disorders, psychoanalysts would most probably confess to having a professional preference for psychotherapy, but they recognize the limitations of psychotherapy and thus would not urge that it should always or even be generally adopted in these cases.

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