A Psychodynamic model refers to a framework for explaining human behavior that focuses on symptoms, behaviors, and underlying processes Psychodynamic model states that human problems stem from internal conflicts that they have not been able to resolve.
These problems are defined as self-destructive behaviors that are inconsistent with the person we seem to be, possibly creations of our unconscious mind. Intervention includes analysis of the source events that caused our problems, and gaining insight into the motives for our behaviors. Case studies are used to practice our analytical skills, and trace the effectiveness of our interventions. By understanding the inner source of our problems, we can improve our lives.