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Psychoanalysis course content introduction

2018-04-07 12:48:51

Psychoanalysis is becoming more and more important in psychological counseling, which is studied and applied by more and more psychological counselors, and plays an increasingly important role in the field of psychology. In counseling, most therapeutic problems, when dug deeper, are found to stem from some kind of psychological trauma. Psychoanalysis (Psychodynamics), as a systematic and scientific theory, profoundly reveals the growth process of a person's personality, expands the field of human autonomous spirit, and is the best tool that human beings have found so far to explore their vast inner world. To some extent, it is the basis of all psychotherapy and psychological counseling systems, and is a compulsory subject for psychiatrists, psychotherapists, psychological counselors, and other professionals working in psychology-related professions. Most of the masters of other schools have a deep psychodynamic background, which is of course the cornerstone of their professional career. However, the vast majority of current psychoanalytic courses are presented in the form of examples of individual concepts, rather than focusing on the concepts and techniques in a single case, and no teacher can interpret the continuous course of a case in a single workshop. As the consultation progresses to explain concepts such as empathy and resistance, as well as analytical techniques such as free association and dream interpretation. The teacher will lead the students to interpret the initial interview, assessment and treatment in the complete consultation process, and explain the concepts and techniques of psychoanalysis in a lively form, such as resistance, empathy and counter-empathy, how they appear in the consultation, and what characteristics they have in the cases with psychological trauma. Learn about treatments, strategies, and directions for deep trauma that trigger crisis situations. Psychoanalysis is a set of theories and techniques developed on the clinical practice of neurosis, and it is the most profound and detailed investigation of human mental structure in history. Lacan emphasized that psychoanalysis is the reconstruction of human subject history, and the purpose of psychoanalysis is to achieve the ecstasy of "you are so". In other words, psychoanalysis can solve the symptoms on the surface, but in essence, it combs the entire spiritual history of people in the analysis, and achieves the self-renewal of facing the symptoms and rebuilding the personality. Psychoanalysis is the official beginning of the whole psychological counseling and therapy, and Freud is the father of today's psychological counselors. Before the 1980s, psychoanalysis had a solid position in the psychological service industry. In the future, with the development of behaviorism, humanism and cognitive psychology, the status of psychoanalysis in psychological counseling began to be shaken, but this does not mean the decline of psychoanalysis. Because each genre has certain shortcomings, today's counselors tend to use the advantages of various methods (psychoanalysis is still an important method) on the basis of flexibility, so as to better serve the human mind. In terms of theoretical achievements, Freud proposed a systematic personality theory based on the theory of the unconscious mind, including the theory of personality structure and personality development, as well as the methodology of exploring the unconscious mind, such as the theory of dreams and the theory of negligence, etc. These theories serve to guide his clinical treatment practice. So Freud's contribution to psychoanalysis is both theoretical and practical. In addition, psychoanalysis also has a wide impact on literature, art, history and other disciplines, constituting a special contribution to Freud's theory. (1) Influence on the field of literature and art Freud's artistic views have always been throughout his psychoanalytic theory. Freud believes that the subconscious mind is against morality and ethics, so it must give up the hope of getting satisfaction in real life and withdraw back, and it has to return from the principle of hedonism to the principle of realism. But the imaginary, imaginary kingdom is a refuge. The artist, like a mentally ill man, withdraws from a reality he is not satisfied with and plunges into a world of his own imagination. His creations, his works of art, are, like dreams, an imaginary fulfillment of the "subconscious" desire. Just as Freud's ideas lack a solid foundation, and there is no sufficient and rigorous scientific proof, just like his whole spiritual theory, he has been praised by many writers and artists. It can be exaggerated to say that if we open any book of Western literary criticism, we can find Freud's name or see his shadow, because many artists are guided by the principles provided by this theory to guide their creative practice. (2) Other influences Freud's psychoanalytic theory not only played a great role in promoting the development of psychology as a kind of psychology, but also in today's capitalist countries, especially in the United States, Freudianism and neo-Freudianism as a philosophical trend of thought in general ideology have been widely disseminated. It has not only influenced contemporary literature and art in the West, but also had a profound impact on religion, ethics and history. His book Totems and Taboos can be said to represent this influence. Psychoanalysis has so many influences and is widely used in psychology. This course is launched by teacher Kevin Xu. Stay tuned for Psychoanalysis in August.