Psychodynamic psychotherapy focuses on the wayÂ influences in our development leave their mark on our skills and self concept. Psychodyamic psychotherapy acts to reshape important learned aspects of our developmental years by filing in gaps in our learning, and building skills we did not get a chance to learn.
During treatment, you will often be given homework. The aim of homework varies with your stage of treatment. During assessment, the psychologist may ask you to complete homework in order to understand your symptoms better. During treatment, the psychologist may give you homework in order to help you build reliable skills and insight.