Manual of Psychodynamic Psychotherapy

  • Availability: In Stock



The purpose of this book - Manual of Psychodynamic Psychotherapy is to offer your a clear and simple set of solutions to common manifestations of irrational thought as well as favor the ability to focus on specific tasks and handle problems in life while rehabilitating behavior.

Throughout the different chapters presented here, you’ll have a chance to understand how mental illness operates, what we can do about it and what type of questions we can ask ourselves to improve our mental state. Overall, this book can represent an important aid to whoever works in the field of mental health, and in particular, psychotherapists.

  1. Symptoms of Insanity
  2. How The Subconscious Gains Control
  3. The Secret Tools of the Subconscious Mind
  4. The Relation Between Love and Insanity
  5. How Our Allies Make Us Sick
  6. The Relation Between Ambition and Sanity
  7. How to Behave with the Psychotics
  8. What Sanity Truly Is
  9. Simple Therapeutic Procedures
  10. Suicide as a Psychosomatic Illness
  11. Why Psychotics Don’t Want a Cure
  12. Important Therapeutical Insights
  13. Final Therapeutic Measurements













Symptoms of Insanity

The vast majority of the content inside the pattern of a mental disease are just ideas, common places and emotional shocks from a Mother or Father, or someone else who had such authority in the past of the individual. Therefore, we can say that where a patient has pain is not of much importance, but we can use this chronic disease to trace the chain of connections regarding sympathy and submission to authoritative roles. And this because most physical and emotional pains are psychosomatics.

You can repeat a specific phrase several times until the patient starts to feel pain. After that he will feel released, by laughing once finding where the pain came from, namely, who said it. For example, repeat: “I can’t remember”. And once you start feeling tired, i.e., disconnecting from the phrase at the unconscious level, take a rest. After having a rest, you can repeat the process. And once you start laughing, know that this means the somatic is disappearing.

Many people laugh when they’re under too much emotional pressure, as a way to relief themselves from the emotional charge. Laughing is one of the most therapeutical methods to ease the emotional burden, or traumatic memories, on an individual.

Many times, this is the only option a highly insane person will have. That’s why they like to party, meet strangers, and basically, have an excuse to laugh. They may even appear to be smart among a group of people, due to their capacity to perfectly repeat certain paradigms. An insane person can repeat opinions that are highly complex, that he will protect until he dies as being his, but that in reality are just ideas input inside his conscious level by an unconscious belief. This complexity is made of the amount of feelings, ideas and impulses that are interconnected, generally unconscious and acquired during childhood, and that, by being part of the personality, determine behavior. [...]


When you buy our ebook, you receive all these versions for the same price:


Customer Reviews

Based on 2 reviews Write a review