The aim of psychotherapy is to improve the mental state of a person and make changes in his/her way of behaviour, thinking and experiencing on a more adaptable.

In the context of psychotherapy, help in the following areas is offered:

  • current problems in personal and professional life
  • problems in a relationship
  • pproblems in contacts with other people
  • depressed mood, depression
  • anxiety and neurotic symptoms
  • stress-related problems
  • problems associated with the loss (separation, death of a close person)
  • adaptive problems
  • professional burnout
  • lowered self-esteem

Psychotherapy is conducted in psychodynamic paradigm, which focuses on unconscious processes manifesting themselves in the actual behaviour of a person. The most important aspects of psychodynamic psychotherapy are self-awareness and understanding of the influence of the past events on current behaviour. This approach allows examining unresolved conflicts and symptoms resulting from past dysfunctional relationships. Diagnosis of the problems is formed together with the person throughout the whole period of the therapeutic process. Psychotherapy is offered in two forms:

INSIGHT THERAPY, the aim of which is to resolve internal conflicts, remove some of the defence mechanisms and reduction in symptoms. Unconscious and subconscious contents are analysed during the therapy. The therapist is less active, but confronting and interpreting. The aim of the interpretation is to obtain the person’s insight into the causes of his emotional state or his behaviour. Such a process is mostly long-lasting, and its effect is a significant change in the personality of the person and a significant improvement in his functioning in life.

SUPPORTIVE THERAPY, the aim of which is to regain emotional balance, reduce fear and anxiety and adaptation to the events of everyday life. The therapist is quite active, encourages dialogue, and avoids interpretation and other techniques facilitating defence mechanisms. Supportive therapy may be short-term and long-term. At the beginning of a therapy is not possible to determine the date of its end; this process can last from several months to several years. Therapy sessions for one person are held once a week (in special cases it may be 2 times per week), always at the same time and last 50 minutes each.

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