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What is psychotherapy?
Psychotherapy is a conversation between a therapist and a person or a group of persons. The conversation is aimed at relieving suffering, a better understanding of problems and finding solutions.
The psychotherapist is a professional (e.g. a doctor or a psychologist) trained in one or more approaches to psychotherapy (e.g. family therapy or group therapy).
Psychotherapy offers help in various types of problems, including:
Stress in the family may not always be obvious. Here are some of the warning signs:
Problems presented by children and adolescents include:
The above list is not exhaustive. Your family doctor can also advise you on the necessity to consult a psychotherapist.
Some people contact our centre not so much because of the problems they experience, but rather because they wish to learn more about themselves, acquire new skills and enhance their relationships.What can you expect from psychotherapy?
The psychotherapist conducts the conversation in a way that will help you to
Psychotherapy offers support while the new ideas and skills acquired during therapy are applied to everyday life.
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