Tag: Psychoanalysis

Transference And Countertransference In Psychoanalysis

What do these concepts that Sigmund Freud developed consist of? If there is something that characterizes the psychoanalysis developed by Sigmund Freud, it is the emphasis that it places on the psychological processes that theoretically occur unconsciously and direct our way of acting, thinking and feeling.  Psychoanalysis was born as an attempt to understand human

Harry Stack Sullivan’s Interpersonal Theory

This theory starts from psychoanalysis to understand how relationships affect personality. Harry Stack Sullivan’s interpersonal theory of personality development is one of the best known in the field of psychoanalysis.  In this article we will describe the main concepts and postulates of this model, whose focus on interpersonal relationships significantly influenced later developments in psychotherapy.

Harry Stack Sullivan: Biography Of This Psychoanalyst

A benchmark of psychoanalysis that created Interpersonal Psychoanalysis. The history of the study of psychology, although of relatively recent beginning, is full of important figures and of different schools and currents of thought. All of them have contributed their vision regarding the psyche and behavior, in some cases opposing each other. Among the different schools

The 7 Main Psychodynamic Theories

From the ideas proposed by Sigmund Freud other conceptions of the human mind emerged. If we think of psychotherapy, the image that probably comes to mind is that of an individual lying on a couch explaining his problems to a psychologist sitting behind him while he takes notes and asks questions. However, this image does