This is an account published by someone who has been in therapy herself (not with me) and gives an interesting insight into the experience. See:
https://www.theguardian.com /lifeandstyle/ 2022/ apr/30/ what-ive-learned-from-10-years-of-therapy-and-why-its-time-to-stop?
For an up-to-date appraisal of the scientific status of psychoanalysis which contains high-quality references to studies, see https://goo.gl/Ub5Sgg
The British Government have begun to advocate the provision of so-called “talking therapies”. The following is a link to a site containing a number of references to studies tracking the efficacy of various types of therapy: www.iapt-cbt.info
See also www.uni-saarland.de/ fak5/krause/ ulm97/keller.htm for a study on the effectiveness and efficacy of outpatient (Jungian) psychoanalysis and psychotherapy, and also
See interesting article in The Guardian in January 2016:
In 2015 a conference was organised by Limbus Critical Psychotherapy entitled “Challenging the Cognitive Behavioural Therapies: The Overselling of CBT’s Evidence Base”. The talks from this event by leading practitioners can be viewed here:
Written papers from the conference may be found here: www.limbus.org.uk/ cbt/papers.html