The first thing you see on-screen is a quote from Julius Caesar (by Shakespeare) about how our faults aren't in our stars but in ourselves. Or, in other words, your brain makes trouble for you. Stupid brain.
Spellbound is worried that you don't know enough about psychoanalysis, so the film starts with a handy explanation, in the form of text scrolling down the screen.
The test says that psychoanalysis gets you to talk about your hidden problems. When you understand your hidden problems, everything is cool, and reasonableness reins supreme.
If Freud could read this account of psychoanalysis, he'd weep and shake his fist and chew his beard.
Luckily he's dead, so Hollywood can't torment him.