This website previously belonged to a journal magazine called PSIKEBA which used to publish online journals which related to psychoanalysis therapy in the influence of people’s lives in Argentina. By the time that they ceased publication, they had published about 12 or so publication.
The editorial board comprised of several psychologist experts from various universities across South America and Europe and hence they always published awesome articles about psychoanalysis and the impact of the technique in providing remedies to peoples problems. Each publication and a specific theme in which they tackled the various elements that influence the behavior of people and how it could be addressed.
What is Psychoanalysis?
In order for us to fully understand the meaning of psychoanalysis and the impact that it has on humans we first need to know how the human brain works in our lives and how we relate to the various situations in life. How does our past impact our present and future?
Our lives are usually shaped by our consciousness as well as our unconsciousness. Deep inside us, are hidden dynamics of fear, intentions, ambitions, passions, hopes, confusions, and distortions which determine our actions and shape our lives. These dynamics are mostly harbored in the unconscious part of our brains and help us foster the relationships that we have with other people as well as our attitudes towards work. For instance, if we set our brains to accomplish a certain objective and while it is underway we fail to successfully complete it because of some hindrance forces, there the brain will create a sort or dissonance which may force us to look at why we failed to complete the project from time to time.
Our brain will keep us on check and we may find ourselves questioning our capability to have achieve the said objective(s). The same happens in situations whereby we have some bad experiences, mostly when we are at a tender age and can’t handle them; although at times even adults usually experience some difficult situations in which some of the victims of such circumstances fail to tackle them.
Such situations eventually have a great influence in the mind of one and can easily affect the present actions and activities of the person. In cases where we have had bad experiences when we were young, then it is vital for us to suppress those experiences if at all we are going to successfully sail through towards achieving our ambitions and accomplishing our targets.
Psychoanalysis helps us in mitigating those bad influencers which may limit the manner in which we operate at present or in the future. By definition, psychoanalysis is a type of psychological therapy which helps in healing mental disorders as well as other mitigating other distracters of the mind by investigating how the conscious and subconscious elements of the human brain operate.
After the investigations, the psychoanalyst makes a conclusion on which bad elements of the subconscious mind needs to be suppressed such as fear or past conflicts, so that the good elements of the conscious mind can be given free space to help one fully achieve one’s potential. There are various ways in which the bad influencers can be mitigated such as through the interpretation of dreams or using other techniques similar to normal psychological sessions or hypnosis.
What sets psychoanalysis apart is the fact that the therapy involved may take several years as the therapists’ works on suppressing the bad elements of the subconscious mind which never happens in a matter of weeks but may take years. This is not true for other psycho therapy session which can only take few weeks or months.
I’ve decided to rebuild this site ad since I believe that the potential of human beings can be efficiently achieved if the bad elements are mitigated, I decided to retain the theme of psychoanalysis as was previous featured on this site, but will be seeking to all more content which touches on other methods used clinical in this form of therapy. There are few interesting articles that I have already published and they can be accessed by clicking thorough various topics below. I will also be sharing my own journey in analysis in days to come.
I have come across an assortment of interesting people over the years in my work as a psycho therapy specialist. My work in psychoanalysis has entailed plenty of interesting people who have been looking for ways to learn more about themselves and what is causing them to deal with all sorts of commonplace and difficult mental problems. It’s amazing to see how my work has meant so much to all these people who need it. Like psychoanalysis, psychotherapy, cognitive-behavioral therapy for anxiety disorders, such as social phobia and other forms of therapy, weight loss, over weight and obesity, as well as those suffering from breast cancer and lung cancer.
Interesting Thoughts About Weight Loss
Part of my therapy has involved working with weight loss patients. These include some people who have been trying to lose weight over time but have been rather unsuccessful in the process.
Many of the psycho therapy sessions that I have run over the years have found that people have insecurities and fears over change when it comes to their dietary habits. It is a big part of why so many people are dealing with obesity. I personally stuck to a healthy military eating plan, and I recommend it to you as well. Those who are unhappy with their bodies but at the same time they are too afraid to change their routines because they have no idea on how they can resolve their physical issues.
Fears Are Common
I have also handled therapy sessions for cancer patients over the years. Many of these people include breast cancer patients who have become unhappy with themselves and blame themselves for what they have gotten into. However, it always seems that these people forget about their families often having histories of breast cancer and other cancers. There’s also the consideration over how many people might think that they could have changed things in their lives when in realistic it would be impossible for many of these people to actually keep their bodies in pristine condition.
I have also talked with lung cancer patients who have developed this condition from smoking. I’ve found that in many cases these people have started smoking out of the desire to look cool when in reality these people are just hurting themselves in a number of ways.
There are some rather interesting and outright unusual cases that I have deal with over the years. These include some appealing cases where people think that they are really animals in human bodies. I have found that these people are bearing with inferiority complexes in that they think they are not all that happy with who they are for a variety of reasons.
I have also dealt with patients who eat objects that you shouldn’t be eating like paper. These are unusual people but I have found that they are people who often struggle with keeping their desires for eating under control, thus leading them into cases where they will chew upon just about anything.
The things that I have seen over the years as a psychotherapist have been rather fascinating and I am looking forward to seeing what will happen in my line of work next. With so many unique situations and people out there, I doubt that I will ever run out of interesting stories within all that work that I have been doing for so many people who have struggled with substantial mental issues over all this time.