By Christine Lister-Ford
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The therapist enquired about this dream fragment. She realised that Simon’s unconscious was trying to communicate something here and that Simon’s task was to discover what that was. They explored together what ‘running’, ‘walls’, ‘hitting’ might mean. Simon recalled a memory of trying to hide from his mother when very young, of seeing a wall and wishing he could climb over it to freedom. Again Simon was processing his early experiences of being mothered. qxd 5/2/2007 7:52 PM PSYCHOTHERAPY APPLICATIONS Page 37 37 Relationship style Psychodynamic therapeutic relationship is very much influenced by Freud.
Simon talked of a distant father who was often away from home working and an over-involved mother who turned to Simon for solace at times of loneliness. Early on in therapy Simon described his mother as all good and his father as all bad: ‘She was always there for me whereas he was just a nobody’. The therapist wondered if Simon was repressing the angry, frustrating feelings he experienced with his mother and deflecting them onto his absent father. As the therapist developed an understanding of Simon she wanted to both confront and interpret his actions, thoughts and feelings.
How can the reader get an idea of the wide variety of applications there are within psychotherapy? I have, primarily for reasons of economy and space, to divide this world of multiple styles, theories and methodologies into four sections: Psychodynamic, Cognitive and Behavioural, Family and Humanistic including Integrative psychotherapies. This inevitably misses out some other important approaches but hopefully other approaches can be fitted into this framework. It is hoped that the reader will take from this simplification of a fascinating complex world some route themselves that reflects their own philosophy, culture and values: then they will embark on their own unique journey through this new, wonderfully creative, professional world of psychotherapy.
A Short Introduction to Psychotherapy (Short Introductions to the Therapy Professions) by Christine Lister-Ford