Most patients try psychotherapy for the alleviation of uncomfortable symptoms and frustration in their psychological and emotional growth, and are discontented with their work situation and career frustrations. . Most patients feel that they are not achieving what they should be and have a strong sense that the are more capable and have more potential that is hidden from them. Unconsciously they feel that they have more to offer and are highly motivated in achieving more than they have. They feel inhibited and blocked from being their true selves. As they report details of their early lives , family interactions and parental attitudes and behavior, the therapist recognizes the sources of the patient’s clinical symptomatology , personality inhibitions and failure to develop and mature normally. With the interpretation of the obvious causes and connections of the above, the patient gains insight into the impact of their developmental experiences, their lives and its results, especially parental attitudes and influences on themselves. They gain insight into the origin of their symptomatology and the anxiety and depressive feelings that keep them from growing, achieving, and maturing. Many patients recognize that their negative identity is often that of a parent’s and their symptoms a result of their reaction to treatment by that parent as well as identifying with parent’s own psychological problems. As insight is gained and symptoms resolve, the patient resumes emotional growth and the process of maturing resumes.