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Dynamic Interpersonal Therapy (DIT) is a time limited and structured psychotherapy, typically delivered over 16 weekly sessions.
It aims to help you understand the connection between presenting symptoms and what is happening in your relationships through identifying a core repetitive pattern of relating that can be traced back to childhood. Once this pattern is identified, it will be used to make sense of difficulties in relationships in the here-and-now that contribute to psychological stress.
DIT focuses mostly on relationship problems. When a person is able to deal with a relationship problem more effectively, his or her psychological symptoms often improve. DIT aims to help people recognise specific relationship patterns and to make changes in their relationship.