Wednesday, 25 June 2014

WHAT IS PSYCHOANALYSIS FOR???





PSYCHOANALYSIS exists to  give a voice to human suffering.

It is concerned with the suffering of a unique individual, not with suffering in general.

Psychoanalysis has to be reinvented for each new analysand: it is not a standardised procedure that can be applied and packaged for a mass market. Neither can it be used as a self-help resource.

Both the value and challenge of psychoanalysis lies in the process itself. Nobody -neither analysand nor analyst- knows in advance when it will end or what the outcomes may be.

For this reason psychoanalysis is seldom available to users of national health services or private insurance schemes. These demand quantificPSYCHOANALYSIS exists to  give a voice to human suffering.

It is concerned with the suffering of a unique individual, not with suffering in general.

Psychoanalysis has to be reinvented for each new analysand: it is not a standardised procedure that can be applied and packaged for a mass market. Neither can it be used as a self-help resource.

Both the value and challenge of psychoanalysis lies in the process itself. Nobody -neither analysand nor analyst- knows in advance when it will end or what the outcomes may be.

For this reason psychoanalysis is seldom available to users of national health services or private insurance schemes. These demand quantification, guaranteed outcomes, set procedures.

The only guarantee an analyst can give, is that he or she will do their very best to ensure an individual analysis will be supported from its very beginning to its very end -whatever the outcome maybe. 

Because psychoanalysis is so rarely offered by national health or private insurance schemes, it is mainly available from analysts working privately. It is therefore a fee-paying service. Each analyst however, will negotiate a realistic and affordable fee in accordance with the individual’s ability to pay.
ation, guaranteed outcomes, set procedures.

The only guarantee an analyst can give, is that he or she will do their very best to ensure an individual analysis will be supported from its very beginning to its very end -whatever the outcome maybe. 

Because psychoanalysis is so rarely offered by national health or private insurance schemes, it is mainly available from analysts working privately. It is therefore a fee-paying service. Each analyst however, will negotiate a realistic and affordable fee in accordance with the individual’s ability to pay.

for further information contact drmarkfisher@gmail.com

 

Saturday, 28 January 2012

personal analysis in the tradition of Sigmund Freud and Jacques Lacan:







initial consultations £75.00
ongoing analysis
fee dependent upon income and frequency: 

ongoing a


for information about appointments in Rodney
Street, Liverpol City Centre



contact drmarkfisher@gmail.com





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