ANNA BRANDON, PHD, ABPP

Psychodynamic Psychotherapy (PDT)


Psychodynamic psychotherapy richly looks behind and underneath what’s happening now to get a sense of unconscious needs or wishes that may be contributing to or causing distress.  Unstructured and without a firm number of sessions, you are encouraged to freely talk about what is on your mind in the moment, ever watchful for patterns that emerge from the past.


For more information, look at this brief comparison of psychodynamic treatment with other therapies:  http://www.webmd.com/depression/guide/psychodynamic-therapy-for-depression


​Photography by Sarah Nelson

ANNA 

BRANDON

​PHD, ABPP