4. Thought Distraction – Client is asked to distract his/her attention away from the thoughts which are anxiety provoking. By engaging in some other physical or mental activity, client is asked to break the flow of anxiety provoking thoughts. Psychodynamic Therapy – This approach deals with analyzing the internal conflicts of the individual. This approach is focused on analyzing the root cause of the problem rather than superficially dealing with the symptoms. The therapy involves interpretation of dreams, free association, slip of tongue, etc. This approach deals with the underlying cause of the problem at a deeper level but it is very time consuming.