It's time to learn how to become attracted to what's healthier.
Where it's all about You, Your Self & Why.
From your point of you. One Session at a time.
From Your Point of YOU!
Consider that childhood is defined by having very little if ANY circumstances in which we were in your control, had any say or power. The difference between a child and an adult isn't the age or even the so called lack of maturity or the impressive miles on your soul.Â It's having choice. Period.
And because to be a child is to have no real choice in anything , you may have "forgotten" or never considered that to have choices, to feel empowered, to really be mature comes from being taught, modeled, informed, and most of all considered ... enough. Enough because you exist. Period.
The best indicator of a child's well being, is a parent's Self-understanding.
What you may not have emotionally understood is that your power comes from your you. Your Self. Â Why? because your caretakers (as was theirs and theirs before them) were unaware of the one thing whichÂ everyoneÂ in childhood needs and almost never receives. - Experiencing their parents as confident, imperfect but willing to see themselves as worthy.
Without knowing that this is the fundamental ingredient in the formation of someone's Self : Their Worth, each generation continues to pass on, perpetuates, encourages the loss of so much opportunity to thrive in a Self-satisfying life.
HOW LONG WILL I BE IN THERAPY?
Although modern therapists frequently question the distinction, it is useful to note that psychodynamic therapy and psychoanalysis differ in some ways. During psychoanalysis, patients generally attend meetings three to five days a week, whereas, in psychodynamic therapy, a patient typically sees a therapist once or twice a week.
Thus the intensity of the therapeutic relationship is greater in psychoanalysis. Both psychoanalysis and the long-term form of psychodynamic therapy may be conducted in an open-ended manner, over many years, with the patient and therapist/analyst taking as much time as they need to decide about the duration of treatment.
Short-term treatment with psychodynamic therapy, in contrast, is time-limited and usually lasts less than six months.