The Psychodynamic way came into being in the 19th Century, the most well-known person connected to the methodology was Sigmund Freud. Freud thought that everything we do, say or just how we behave is due to our childhood. That's where Freud came up with psychosexual periods. Freud believed that if anytime through the psychosexual stages there have been problems, this would have a lasting effect on the individual's personality. Somebody who was weaned too early and didn't receive enough suckling pleasures, would be influenced in adulthood and could be too keen on eating, drinking or smoking. (into to psychology) The psychodynamic approach works together with the intension of liberating a person's hidden emotions and emotions and bringing those to the surface, to allow them to observe, analyse and understand them.