Psychodynamic Therapy – PowerPoint Presentation

Psychodynamic TherapyName of Student Name of Professor Course TitleDateInstitution

Psychodynamic TherapyIntroduction Self-awareness and understanding of the influence of the past on present behavior.Online and Offline Therapeutic Technique

Overview of the Article Online and Offline modes of offering therapy New modes of commutations with the patient Advantages associated with the use of the new modes of communication like the internet

Population under Consideration

Patients with different needs

Specific Intervention Used

Use of the internet Direct mail communication Video conferencing Use of telephone and other new methods of communication

Author’s Claims

Communication with patients is important Modern methods have increased efficiency and effectiveness Online methods have reduced costs New communication methods have helped patients

Findings and Outcomes

Improved patient interaction Patients have started to open up more during therapy Therapy has been made easier through the online communication Traditional methods also remain important depending with the context of the problem

Whether Limitations of the Study affect the ability to use the Findings Limitations like illiteracy to online methodsPoor communication infrastructure in some regions The availability and affordability of mobile phones


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