https://www.bcat-team.org.uk/training Sigmund Freud was the founder of psychoanalysis that formed the basis for all subsequent talking therapies up to the present day. His writing is original, and his ideas helped to shape the modern world to such an extent that we now take such concepts as the unconscious for granted as it has become adopted… Continue reading Freud Study Group – September 2021
Psychoanalysis is defined as a set of psychological theories and therapeutic techniques that have their origin in the work and theories of Sigmund Freud. The core of psychoanalysis is the belief that all people possess unconscious thoughts, feelings, desires, and memories. Psychoanalysis suggests that people can experience catharsis and gain insight into their current state of mind by… Continue reading How Psychoanalysis influenced the field of Psychology
Listen to the BBC Radio 4 coverage of the joint BPC & UKCP survey on quality psychotherapy services in the NHS, published earlier this year Service user Louisa, shares her experience of psychotherapy services, both in the NHS and privately, poignantly describing lower intensity treatments as a sticking plaster over a deep wound and that… Continue reading Sticking plaster over a deep wound
The Clinical Symptomatology of Anxiety Neurosis. This list is compiled from – Freud,S. (1925-26). In Vol.10, Inhibitions, Symptoms and Anxiety. P.94-97. The first person account, the ‘I’, mentioned at times in the list is Freud’s voice. The clinical picture of anxiety neurosis comprises the following symptoms: General irritability. Common nervous symptom. “Increased irritability always… Continue reading Anxiety Symptoms?