The goal of psychoanalytic therapy has always been to: (a)allow unconscious, rather than conscious, mental forces to regulate motivation, emotion, behavior, and social interaction. (b)promote and understand the actualization of the human

The goal of psychoanalytic therapy has always been to:
(a)allow unconscious, rather than conscious, mental forces to regulate motivation, emotion, behavior, and social interaction.
(b)promote and understand the actualization of the human potential.
(c)silence unconscious mental processes so as to free the human mind to act rationally.
(d)understand the confusing activities of the unconscious so as to free the ego to deal effectively with reality.

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