Psychodynamic therapy, also known as Insight-Oriented therapy, focuses on subconscious thought processes that manifest in a person's behavior. It aims to help the person gain self-awareness and insight into how their experience of certain events influences their present behavior. While it may not work with severe mental disorders such as OCD and schizophrenia, this form of therapy works well for resolving emotional conflicts, relationship issues, etc. It is effective especially in case of persons who feel like they have lost meaning in their lives, and who have trouble maintaining relationships.