Psychotherapy and psychoanalysis
were created essentially to solve problems.
As such, they offer some benefits and value as temporary measures to achieve
balance in our life.
However, as with all solution-based
approaches to life, be they in the medical arts, business boardrooms,
theological palliatives, governmental initiatives, military actions, etc.,
their focus is too narrow. Without a wholistic resolution, one solution begets
another problem. Read more »