Freudian therapy

What about freudian therapy in Schizophrenia Spectrum Disorders with/without PTSD background ?
Is there a Gaussian optimum between remediation and negative effects?

uh, uh, uh…I dunno.
Just bored.

Say what? Tell me in simple language what you mean.

Do you think freudian-type therapy could help someone suffering schizophrenia with/without traumas during childhood/teen years ; and do you think there is some limits (duration/sessions frequency/medical conditions/etc…) for this therapy beyond which it could be more destabilizing than helful? :confused:

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A trained psychologist will know when to back off. Therapy once every two weeks is not to much. Some mental health workers without an educational background in psychology will sometimes demand that you spill your guts very quickly before any kind of trust has been established. That is counter productive in my opinion.

I’m not sure what Freudian therapy is. Is it when you talk about your past?

It’s more freudian-type psychotherapy than pure psychoanalysis made by psychologist and consists in free talk about past/present positive/negative experiences. It is different of Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT) for example.

I’m not sure it’s good to dig in your past too much. Atleast for me. Too much pain.

You’re probably right