Are you afraid of traveling by bus? Are you scared of your thoughts about death? Do you have intrusive thoughts that you can not sleep through? Or maybe some habits make it difficult for you to function everyday, for example, washing your hands too often? If you feel that you can not cope, contact us for an interview with an experienced and committed psychotherapist in one of our psychology center in Warsaw.
We provide the support of a team of experienced specialists: psychologists-diagnostics, psychotherapists and psychiatrists. We specialize in helping children, young people, their parents and young adults. The conversation, starting with the simple words “what’s up?” (Co Tam?), Can turn into one that will help you deal with difficulties. It is the professionalism, commitment and home atmosphere that distinguishes our Warsaw clinics. Make an appointment for a psychotherapy session at our psychotherapy center in Warsaw and feel better!
The most important element of the first consultation with a psychologist is a thorough interview. It allows you to determine the scale and type of the problem (including its cause) and to plan the further therapeutic process, if necessary. It is worth writing down all important matters regarding the issue as well as questions that we would like to ask the specialist, and the more doubts we will dispel, the more effective the meeting will be.
Psychological consultations, depending on the difficulty of the problem, are about 3-5 meetings with a psychologist, before the diagnosis and treatment are made. Sometimes psychological advice alone is enough, in more serious conditions such as anxiety, neurosis or depression, psychotherapy will be indicated. During the consultation, the psychologist may also recommend consulting a psychiatrist, because the symptoms are so severe that they require prescribing medications.
Psychotherapy, unlike classical medicine, does not have standard procedures. Each patient is different and each issue is extremely individualized. Every specialist wants the patient to feel relief and a significant improvement in the quality of their life as soon as possible. But psychotherapy is not a ready-made medicine, after which we will immediately feel the difference. Psychotherapy is a process that, depending on the subject matter, may be short-term or long-term psychotherapy. Much also depends on our commitment and willingness to make a change in our lives.
Both methods are most often practiced as mutually supportive. Each method has its universal advantages that, when combined with each other, can give the best effect for the patient.
Pharmacotherapy brings immediate results – although it does not eliminate the problem at its source or its causes. The goal of pharmacotherapy is to quickly minimize the symptoms that are extremely difficult for the patient and may reduce or prevent attending psychotherapy.
Psychotherapy is a process that gives long-term effects and eliminates the problem at its source. However, it takes time before we feel clear changes for the better.