The film ‘Ordinary People’ by Frederick Miller is one of the most critically developed movies, in which its in-depth analysis has been quite influential in teaching psycho-dynamic psychotherapy with teenagers. The context of the movie revolves round an affluent family which is trying to re-adjust itself into normal life, after their only surviving so, Conrad, has been undergoing terribly intriguing mental disturbances. Being isolated from his family and friends, Conrad decides to see a psychiatrist who turns out to be Dr. Berger. After interrogating the boy for a lengthy period, Dr. learns that Conrad has been suffering from being involved in a sailing accident, where the boy’s brother, Buck, died. As a result of the death of Buck, Conrad started suffering from stress disorders and ‘survivor’s guilt conscience’.