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Bavarmosbat Specialized psychology clinic

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Bavarmosbat clinic services

  • Interpersonal problems
  • Individual problems
  • Academic advice
  • Learning counseling
  • Health advice
  • Paraclinic and tests
  • Career and organizational counseling

Frequently Asked Questions

Bavarmosbat Specialized psychology clinic

The fact that you are reading this article shows that it is probably time to see a psychologist. Think of three questions. Do you have the ability to love and be loved in the way you want? Do you have the ability to aim, plan and follow your dreams and goals in life? Do you know your worth? Most of the problems that people bring to the therapy session are related to one or more of the above questions. If your answer to one of the above questions is no, you are probably facing a challenge in your life and you can benefit from therapy or psychological treatment.

In the following, we will examine the questions that clarify the need for psychotherapy and psychological counseling. Is there a persistent problem, condition, or feeling that has been bothering you for a while? Is there something in you and your life that you want to change? Are you tired of repeatedly talking to yourself or others about a topic without any positive results? Are you missing your feelings? Is there a voice inside you calling for professional help despite trying to ignore it? If you answered yes to the above questions, you should know that the time for psychotherapy and psychological counseling has come.

A friend or family member is not professionally trained to help you grow, heal, and change. Chances are, your friends and family have been giving you their best advice for a while now, and if that was enough, you probably wouldn’t be reading this. But that’s why your friend’s advice is different from a therapist’s. Your friends may tell you what they think you want to hear or what they think is right for you because it’s right for them. (We all make recommendations based on our own subjective experience.) A trained therapist is interested in helping you find your answers by helping you connect with your valid answers. They are trained to listen for anything that may be blocking you from accessing your inner resources.

The benefits of the treatment have been shown in numerous studies. If you would like to read the entire review of a Consumer Reports study by Martin Seligman, please click here. This is a long review, so here’s a summary of the key findings about treatment effectiveness:

Psychotherapy produced positive effects in 92% of respondents. The longer people stay in treatment, the better the results.

People who were active in treatment did better than those who were passive. People who actively engaged by being open, asking questions, and following up did better.

For most mental health conditions, people who were treated alone and people who were treated with medication did so.

Respondents who stayed in treatment only as long as insurance coverage allowed did better than those who stayed until their concerns were resolved.

Basically, my job is to create safety and eliminate loneliness so you can free yourself to be yourself. Now let’s talk about how it works. When something bad happens and we feel powerless to control our environment or our future, we develop a psychological strategy to protect ourselves. These are called defenses. Defense is not a bad thing. Without them we literally could not function. The bad news is that defensiveness can interfere with your quality of life…your ability to love and be loved, pursue goals, or experience personal worth. When this happens, my job is to help you work through or around these defenses. Many of these defenses were developed outside of your conscious awareness during vulnerable times in the past. They are no longer necessary and are depriving you of the life experience you want. Gently, compassionately, and persistently, we remove these defenses so that you can free yourself to pursue life paths that have meaning and purpose for you. I do this by helping you communicate with yourself as honestly as you can. As a therapist, I listen deeply and carefully. I am empathetic, active, direct and may challenge you if necessary. As we work together, new restorative experiences related to feelings of self-acceptance and self-compassion, inner clarity, and connection occur. Your relationship with yourself, your life, and others begins to deepen and expand. Fear gives way to freedom and curiosity. Anger gives way to acceptance. And grief is relieved, creating space for resilience, love, and self-activation.

To really know a psychotherapist, you need to meet him face to face. You should keep these questions in mind during the first meeting.

  • How comfortable do you feel talking to a psychologist?
  • Does it look reliable?
  • Does he really listen to me?
  • Does he know what he is doing?
  • Does he seem confident and competent?
  • Does it have the ability to manage the meeting?
  • Most importantly, do I like him?


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