What is Psychotherapy?
Psychotherapy (or talk therapy) is a way to help clients in the face of emotional difficulties and personal concerns, including (but are not limited to): difficulties in coping with daily life, trauma, the death of a loved one (grief), and specific mental disorders, such as depression or anxiety. The aim of psychotherapy is to help clients understand themselves better while facing obstacles, and to lead a more enjoyable, free, and satisfying life.
In the first psychotherapy session (first phase), the clinical psychologist will start with an intake assessment of their current obstacles, problematic symptoms, and maladaptive behaviors, in order to better understand how these problems and concerns affected the clients’ ability to function in daily life. The progress of the therapy will be affected by various factors, such as the nature of the clients’ concerns, as well as the willingness of the client to participate in the therapy process.
Through understanding the clients’ current issues and the aim of the therapy program, the psychologist will provide a more personalized therapeutic journey, so that it can better help the clients understand themselves and to welcome positive change. Through the collaborative joint effort between psychologist and client, the client can learn how to better organize their thoughts and emotions, as well as healthy stress coping mechanisms, subsequently learning how to lead a more satisfying life through personal change.
We Help People With The Following Issues:
- Anxiety Disorder
- Social Anxiety Disorder
- Panic and Phobias
- Trauma- Stress-Related Disorders
- Obsessive-Compulsive and related disorders
- Eating Disorders
- Grief and bereavement
- Anger Management
- Relationship, interpersonal difficulties
- Low self-esteem and confidence
- Bipolar Disorder
- Other mental health issues
- 悲伤 (失去所爱）及丧亲
- Psychological Assessment
- Individual Therapy
- Couples Therapy
- Therapy for Children and Adolescents
- Treatment for Addiction
- Treatment for Eating Disorders
- Corporate Training and Development
- Online Psychotherapy
Make no mistake. Coming to psychotherapy/counselling is an act of bravery, and a commitment to engage in an active process to improve your life. This is admirable.
If you are interested in booking an appointment or have questions, please contact us through phone: 011-3344 5270 (Whatsapp) or click the link below.