Comprehensive psychotherapy with an analytical (psychoanalytic) approach helps clients in understanding and rebuilding themselves in the face of life. A comprehensive view makes it possible to consider all aspects of a person (biological, behavioral, cognitive, psychological, communicative, socio-economic, semantic, etc.) as a whole. On the other hand, this comprehensive view provides the possibility of integrating the classical approach of psychoanalysis with the changing process of contemporary analytical psychotherapy, and it also benefits from the overlap with attachment theory and recent advances in cognitive theory.
Clinical supervision is one of the basic parts of the training process for counseling, social work, psychology and psychiatry students. This process can play a very important role even after the student period and in the more advanced stages of a therapist’s professional life.