Definition of psychodynamically in English:


Pronunciation /-ik(ə)lē/


See psychodynamics

‘When I was in North America the dominant psychological therapy was psychoanalysis and derived from that was psychodynamically oriented psychotherapy.’
  • ‘This can be surprisingly difficult when there is only one client in the room, even for systems therapists, especially if they have had prior training in psychodynamically oriented therapy.’
  • ‘When Maryland's Chestnut Lodge (an intensive, long-term, psychodynamically oriented treatment institution) closed its doors in April 2000, it left a vacuum.’
  • ‘When we see how much patients improve by simply visiting a treatment setting, it can even make us more realistic about our psychodynamically oriented interventions.’