How does psychodynamic psychotherapy differ from classical (Freudian) psychoanalysis?

How does psychodynamic psychotherapy differ from classical (Freudian) psychoanalysis?
A)It emphasizes the goal of personality reconstruction.
B)It focuses more on social and interpersonal issues.
C)It considers past experiences important.
D)It requires a long-term commitment on the part of the person being analyzed.


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