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psikanalist
(isim) psikanalist
psikanalizci
psychoanalysis
psiko-analiz
psychoanalysis
ruh çözümleme
psychoanalysis
(Sosyoloji, Toplumbilim) ruhçözüm
psychoanalysis
{i} psikanaliz

Claudia bazen psikanaliz hakkında düşündü. - At times Claudia thought about psychoanalysis.

psychoanalysis
{i} ruhsal çözümleme
psychoanalysis
(Sosyoloji, Toplumbilim) ruhçözümleme
psychoanalysis
(Biyoloji) psikoanaliz
psychoanalysis
(Tıp) Bilinç altında bulunar ruh hayatının tahliliyle bilince çıkarılması ve hastalığın bu yolla ortadan kaldırılması, psikoanaliz (psişik durumun sistematik olarak ortaya konması)
Английский Язык - Английский Язык
A psychoanalyst is someone who treats people who have mental problems using psychoanalysis. = analyst. someone who treats patients using psychoanalysis
a licensed practitioner of psychoanalysis
{i} person who practices psychotherapy according to the principles of Sigmund Freud
A practitioner of psychoanalysis
psychoanalysis
a family of psychological theories and methods within the field of psychotherapy that work to find connections among patients' unconscious mental processes
psychoanalysis
= Psychanalysis, Psychanalytic
psychoanalysis
A method of psychotherapy developed by Freud based on his belief that the root ofall psychological problems is unconscious conflicts between the id, the ego, and the superego (pp 12, 572)
psychoanalysis
Although not commonly used by the policing forces, this skill allows some steps to be taken in the healing of mental illness It is an uncertain business, taking several months, and even then gives no guarantees Rehabilitation of offenders is very important in the Principality, less so in the Independents It is an Academic skill
psychoanalysis
– a psychotherapeutic technique relying on free association, dream interpretation, play, and the analysis of resistance and transference to provide insight into the unconscious roots of disrupted behavior
psychoanalysis
(sì´ko-e-nàl¹î-sîs) noun plural psy·cho·a·nal·y·ses (-sêz´)
psychoanalysis
- works not to read the "text" (dream) but to uncover the processes, by which it was produced To do this, it focuses on "symptomatic" places - distorions, ambiguities, absence, which may provide a valuable mode of access to the "latent content"
psychoanalysis
Developed by Sigmund Freud, this type of therapy is known for long term treatment, typically several times per week, where the unresolved issues from the individual's childhood are analyzed and resolved These issues are considered to be primarily unconscious in nature and are kept from consciousness through a complex defense system Psychodynamic Therapy A modern adaptation of psychoanalytic therapy which has made sometimes minor and sometimes major changes to Freud's original theories Psychology The study of emotion, cognition, and behavior, and their interaction Psychosis Break from reality, usually identified by hallucinations, delusions, and/or disorientation
psychoanalysis
A method of developing and treating people based on the assumption that deep seated feelings are hindering their normal developmental progress Developed in the 1920s out of the work of Sigmund Freud it continues to influence people's approaches to the treatment of difficult behaviour
psychoanalysis
Psychodynamic therapy that involves frequent sessions and can last for many yearspsychoanalysis (144 0K)
psychoanalysis
Tracing mental and physical ills back to hurtful childhood experiences; based on Sigmund Freud's theories
psychoanalysis
a set of techniques for exploring underlying motives and a method of treating various mental disorders; based on the theories of Sigmund Freud; "his physician recommended psychoanalysis"
psychoanalysis
Psychoanalysis is the treatment of someone who has mental problems by asking them about their feelings and their past in order to try to discover what may be causing their condition. = analysis. medical treatment that involves talking to someone about their life, feelings etc in order to find out the hidden causes of their problems. Method of treating mental disorders that emphasizes the probing of unconscious mental processes. It is based on the psychoanalytic theory devised by Sigmund Freud in Vienna in the late 19th and early 20th century. It calls for patients to engage in free association of ideas, speaking to therapists about anything that comes to mind. Dreams and slips of the tongue are examined as a key to the workings of the unconscious mind, and the "work" of therapy is to uncover the tensions existing between the instinctual drive of the id, the perceptions and actions of the ego, and the censorship imposed by the morality of the superego. Careful attention is paid to early childhood experiences (especially those with a sexual dimension), the memory of which may have been repressed because of guilt or trauma; recalling and analyzing these experiences is thought to help free patients from the anxiety and neuroses caused by repression as well as from more serious illnesses known as psychoses (see neurosis, psychosis). Some of Freud's early associates, notably Carl Gustav Jung and Alfred Adler, rejected his theories on many points and devised alternative methods of analysis. Other important figures in psychoanalysis, including Erik Erikson, Karen Horney, and Erich Fromm, accepted the basic Freudian framework but contributed their own additions or modifications
psychoanalysis
The method of psychological therapy originated by Sigmund Freud in which free association, dream interpretation, and analysis of resistance and transference are used to explore repressed or unconscious impulses, anxieties, and internal conflicts, in order to free psychic energy for mature love and work
psychoanalysis
a family of psychological theories and methods within the field of psychotherapy that work to find connections among patients unconscious mental processes
psychoanalysis
{i} psychological teachings of Sigmund Freud, method for treating mental illness by studying unconscious mental processes
psychoanalysts
plural of psychoanalyst
psychoanalyst

    Турецкое произношение

    saykōänılıst

    Произношение

    /ˌsīkōˈanələst/ /ˌsaɪkoʊˈænələst/

    Этимология

    [ "sI-kO-&-'na-l&-s& ] (noun.) 1906. New Latin.

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