Definition of post-Freudian in English:

post-Freudian

adjective

Psychology
  • Influenced by Freud's theories or work; occurring after the impact of Freudian ideas.

noun

Psychology
  • A person, especially a psychoanalyst, whose ideas or practice have developed and diverged from strictly Freudian doctrine. Also more generally: a person living after Freud, and hence (consciously or unconsciously) influenced by his theories.

Origin

1920s. From post- + Freudian.

Pronunciation

post-Freudian

/ˌpəʊstˈfrɔɪdɪən/