Therapy is a big part of life in Argentina.
The country of Argentina has the highest number of psychologists per capita in the world, with around 198 psychologists per 100,000 inhabitants, an estimated 46% of whom are in Buenos Aires. It even has its own psychoanalytic district called “Villa Freud.” Argentine culture sees therapy important to self-development and positive health, and there’s plenty of demand to meet that supply. But rather than attending cognitive or behavioural treatment, most people are seeking a very specific form of therapy: Psychoanalysis.
Psychoanalysis, founded by Sigmund Freud in the 19th century, makes use of fantasies, dreams, and free association speech to uncover repressed ideas in the unconscious and help the patient gain new insights into their emotions and experiences.
This is a fact about Argentina that says a lot about the people and country. They are looking for answers everywhere but cannot find them. We have the answer in Jesus Christ. Will you help my wife and I go to Argentina to help them find peace of mind in Jesus Christ?