PSYCHOANALYTICAL SERVICE:

What is psychoanalysis?

Psychoanalysis is an area of ​​study of human behavior, which emerged with the Neurologist Sigmund Freud (1856-1939) in the mid 1890s. Etymologically speaking, the term Psychoanalysis is a reference to the Greek Psyche, which means soul, spirit, breath of life and analysis which means analysis. Therefore, psychoanalysis would be the Study/Analysis of the Soul.

What does a Psychoanalyst do?

The psychoanalyst listens to the analyzed (patient), interprets their speech, their attitudes in the session and their dreams. The analyzed (patient) performs a work of remembering, not only the origin of the symptoms, but their own particular history.

The psychoanalytic technique is indicated for all people who have a demand or question. A demand is something that presents itself as anxiety, anguish, suffering, that is, something that is not going well, something that arises and needs to be resolved.

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The main demands that present themselves in the psychoanalytic clinic are:
Anxiety disorders (panic syndrome), eating and sexual cravings, personality disorder, depression, etc.

An Analysis session (psychoanalytic care) lasts approximately 50 minutes.