Lecture 9 - Counseling Approach - Psychoanalysis.ppt

Sigmund freud was one of the first to explore the

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Sigmund Freud was one of the first to explore the dimensions of ' Unconsciousness ' in the human life. He believes that it contains the main key in order to understand the behavior and the problems inherent in personality .
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That is why the techniques associated with psychoanalysis, such as 'free association ' and 'dream analysis ', used to discover the processes of unconsciousness ’.
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“Conscious” Dimension ‘Conscious’ Dimension consists of the things that a person is aware, and he can produce things and mention those at any time.
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“Preconscious” Dimension Preconscious ' Dimension is also associated with things that one does know, it 's just outside of the mental consciousness (or mind). For example, he or she knows the person met, but just forget his name because of not meeting each other for quite sometimes.
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“Unconscious” Dimension Unconscious ’ Dimension covers all the memories of a person without realizing that it did happen to him before. For example, a traumatic experience that happened in his childhood a long time ago .
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