The psychoanalytic movement has continued to develop and evolve over the past two hundred years. Based on psychotherapeutic theories that have sprung up over time, therapists have developed different therapeutic techniques, which in turn enrich the theoretical field of psychoanalysis.
To this day, psychoanalysis is the pillar of many other theories in the study and research of psychology. As a developmental theory, it continuously adapts to social changes.
Psychoanalysis has expanded beyond the study of the individual's behavior, shedding light on broader domains of human experience: art, politics, religion, culture and more.
This book presents the varied theoretical and practical uses of psychoanalysis in the different aspects of human experience.