At the reception a psychotherapist

Psychotherapy helps the patient get rid of the emotional, personal and social problems. The main tool of the psychotherapist – word. Therefore, when a visit to a psychotherapist at a mental disorders is of paramount importance.

Types of psychotherapy

There are about 600 psychotechnological techniques, based on which each therapist performs psychotherapeutic process.

Depending on the amount participants in the treatment of distinguish the following types of psychotherapy:

✔ individual psychotherapy;
✔ group psychotherapy;
✔ family psychotherapy.

The severity of the patient’s condition allows the combination of the psychological impact of a pharmacotherapy (medications), physical therapy (TES-therapy, magnetic therapy, laser therapy, acupuncture, massage, etc.) and other treatments.

In some cases, you need psychotherapy?

✔ Various dependence: alcoholism, drug addiction, computer addiction, video game addiction, smoking and others.
✔ Neurotic character disorders: fears, phobias, anxiety, depressed mood, nervousness, irritability, sleep disturbance, fatigue, pain, without reasons, etc.
✔ Eating disorders: anorexia, bulimia.
✔ Psychosomatic diseases: allergies, diabetes, asthma, Baby Ulcerative Colitis, and others.
✔ As maintenance therapy in all somatic diseases.
✔ Various problems during life – problems in the family, at work, relationship issues, public speaking, behavioral disorders, and so on.
✔ Codependency.

When you become aware your problem, comes the understanding that you need something to do with this. We need to reform, to change themselves, their attitude, the situation. We need to improve ourselves. But how? Here in this place is suitable perfectly logical answer is to turn to the psychotherapist.

Reception of the patient begins with an dating. The specialist conducts a client survey. During the conversation, the doctor learns about the problem, about the life and health of the patient. The client should be as truthful. Because of received information depends the effectiveness of treatment.

The second step – is the creation of confidential relations between the doctor and patient. Trust – the first key to healing. Sometimes it takes up to seven visits to the client fully trust your therapist.