Mentoring for Mental Health within a University: A psychodynamic approach

07 April, 2017

Journal of Psychodynamic Practice

This paper explores the role of mentoring in a British University for students with mental health issues and is written from the perspective of the Mentor who is also a Psychodynamic Psychotherapist. Psychodynamic theory is applied to two case studies in order to understand the conscious and unconscious factors when considering these students’ particular learning difficulties and motivation for entering a learning environment.

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