Why Psychoanalysis is Better than Therapy

What is Psychoanalysis: Correction on Dr. Jordan Peterson’s View of Psychoanalytic Technique

Dr. Peterson speaks about Psychoanalysis and why Freud used the couch and it seemed to be misunderstood by him. “Many of those who seek therapy desire and need a closer, more personal relationship (although that has its dangers). That is in part why I have opted in my practice for the conversation, instead of the… Read More What is Psychoanalysis: Correction on Dr. Jordan Peterson’s View of Psychoanalytic Technique

Why Psychoanalysis is Better than Therapy

Dr. Jordan Peterson has this Wrong: Psychoanalyst Don’t Change Your Memories

Dr. Peterson (2018) on his 9th Rule Assume That the Person You Are Listening to Might Know Something You Don’t spoke about the importance of summarization in psychotherapy, but there are some problem when doing this. “The second advantage to the act of summary is that it aids the person in consolidation and utility of… Read More Dr. Jordan Peterson has this Wrong: Psychoanalyst Don’t Change Your Memories

Relationship Advice

Fear: Destroyer of Love

Our insecurities can passively destroy our relationships or actively destroy them. Today, we’re going to explore how both work to destroy a relationship. The number one killer of relationships I’ve seen that isn’t spoken about is when our insecurities are so strong that we isolate our lovers from their friends. This is different from the… Read More Fear: Destroyer of Love

Relationship Advice

How Good Love Starts

Good Love starts with good unconscious attraction. How does this unconscious attraction happen? I remember a client of mine, Rufus, who found himself discovering the unconscious workings of the attraction in his relationship decades after his marriage. Throughout his analysis he learned how that unconscious attraction worked which helped him save his marriage from shattering.… Read More How Good Love Starts