How To Bring Feelings Into The Room

Becoming aware of feelings reduces anxiety and helps achieve the clarity to move forward. Learn how to bring more feeling into your therapy.

Psychodynamic therapy’s goal is to uncover emotions and raise them up into the client’s conscious awareness. Becoming aware of how one feels not only reduces the anxiety the person is suffering under but helps them achieve the clarity they need to move forward with what is most important to them in their life. This is more difficult than it sounds. This video presents a powerful and easy to use approach in how to highlight the right emotions, guide your client clearly along in this complicated process, and to block common defenses that come up.

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