Definition of Psychodynamic

1. Adjective. Of or pertaining to psychodynamics, the dynamic interplay between forces that govern human behavior, or the study of this ¹



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Definition of Psychodynamic

1. [adj]

Psychodynamic Pictures

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Psychodynamic

psychobiological
psychobiologies
psychobiologist
psychobiologists
psychobiology
psychobiotic
psychochemical
psychochemicals
psychodelic drug
psychodiagnostic
psychodid
psychodrama
psychodramas
psychodramatic
psychodramatically
psychodynamic (current term)
psychodynamically
psychodynamics
psychodysleptic
psychoeconomic
psychoeducation
psychoeducational
psychoemotional
psychogalvanic response
psychogeneses
psychogenesis
psychogenetic
psychogeneticist
psychogeneticists
psychogenetics

Literary usage of Psychodynamic

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1. Batterer Intervention: Program Approaches & Criminal Justice Strategies by Christine Smith, Kerry Healey, Chris O'Sullivan (1999)
"Individual and Group psychodynamic Counseling Psychoanalysis can be undertaken not ... psychodynamic therapies involve uncovering the batterer's unconscious ..."

2. Assisted Suicide edited by Michael Bilirakis (1998)
"psychodynamic PSYCHIATRY'S CONTRIBUTION psychodynamic psychiatry sheds light on ... psychodynamic psychiatry describes both conscious and unconscious mental ..."

3. Cocaine: Pharmacology, Effects, and Treatment of Abuse edited by John Grabowski (1994)
"They correspond closely to behavioral, supportive, and psychodynamic orientations to psychotherapy. The authors feel all three orientations are necessary in ..."

4. Treatment for Stimulant Use Disorders edited by Richard A. Rawson, Rose M. Urban (2000)
"psychodynamic therapies differ greatly, but when used in substance use disorder ... Views differ regarding the appropriateness of individual psychodynamic ..."

5. Value of Psychiatric Treatment: Its Efficacy in Severe Mental Disorders edited by Samuel J. Keith (1996)
"There is no controlled, and almost no anecdotal evidence, to suggest that traditional psychodynamic psychotherapy or psychoanalysis are effective in ..."

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