Manuel A. Manotas, PsyD,
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Socrates said “the unexamined life is not worth living,” yet we seem to have lost touch with the importance of inner exploration and self-discovery. Or perhaps, with the exception of a small minority, humanity has never placed enough importance on such a worthy endeavor. This is clear in our modern culture, where so much attention is directed outward toward appearances and forms. Paradoxically, today more than ever, we have available many methods with which to examine our lives. One of the very best ways is psychotherapy

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These are the questions and responses from an interview with Bona Magazine.

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Mihaela Bernard, MA, LCPC
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As we enter into the new year and make our resolutions, I wanted to go back to the beginning and answer the question, “Are you a good candidate for psychoanalytic treatment?” Whether you’ve never been in any form of psychotherapy before or you can call yourself a therapy veteran, by the end of this post I hope that you’ll be able to answer the question, “Is psychoanalysis right for me?”

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