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„Do I really need therapy?”
You may be thinking, “My problems aren’t that bad.” Or.” Other people have much bigger problems.”
We can all benefit from an outside perspective and connection with another human being. Plus, our training allows us to explore together what you’re feeling in a different way than perhaps with a friend or family member. Whatever your specific concerns, you shouldn’t have to face them alone.
If you’re not sure if therapy is right for you, we’re more than happy to give you the answers you need.
Frequently Asked Questions
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Why is it a good idea to contact a psychologist?
There may be many reasons to see a psychologist. You may be going through a very difficult time in your life and you need support. You may feel frustrated by certain repeated patterns in your life and relationships with others and want to understand yourself better and make more useful choices. You may experience some difficulty or set of symptoms and need help with them in order to develop new coping skills. Seeing a psycologist could also be part of your own personal process. Whatever the problem, a first consultation and even a psychological assessment can help you understand how psychological counseling can be helpful and how it can have a positive impact on your current problems.
What is the difference between a psychologist and a psychiatrist?
A psychiatrist is a qualified medical doctor who specializes in psychiatry. This means that a psychiatrist can rule out the psysical cause of your difficulties and order tests and prescribe medication. This is something that only doctors can do. Some psychatrists also received specialized training in psychotherapy which puts them in a unique position to be able to understand both the body and the mind and how to work flexibly between prescribing medication and psychological therapy.
Do I need to see a psychologist or a psychiatrist?
What happens at my first meeting?
During your first meeting you will discuss in detail why you are requesting assistance and about your current difficulties. You can also begin a process of psychological assesment and record a detailed history so that you can understand it in the context of individual life and experiences. This will allow us to develop a psychological statement of your problems and a personalized approach strategy. By the end of your evaluation, which usually takes one or two meetings, we will make a recommendation on what therapeutic approach might be useful for your difficulties and we will agree on an initial number of sessions if you want to start a therapy process. Sometimes, based on the information you provide us during the initial contact, we may recommend that you consult other specialists who may be able to help you.