Psychotherapy and Energizing

Throughout our lives each of us has gone through various more difficult moments, we have faced a series of anxieties, troubles around difficult events that were difficult to understand and especially to endure, whether we have gone through a loss , separation, death, illness, marital or occupational crisis.

Why come to psychoterapy? What kind of problems can be addressed?

To psychotherapy, in general, one person comes when has a problem, severe crises, when dysfunctional signs make their mark on the person’s life and can no longer be endured, postponed, hidden.

Some people come for a better understanding of the current life situation, whether it is a disappointment or something dysfunctional in the system of professional or personal relationships, others for symptoms or physical signs that do not find a medical answer.

Other issues can be addressed through psychotherapy: stress at work, unjustified anxieties and fears or without a clear reason, managing aggression, the appearance of depressive states after various situations such as death, separation, failure; before or after a birth; misunderstandings or disappointments in the couple, problems adapting to work or relationships with other people, poor management of time or eating behavior; there would also be those who claim various phobias such as closed spaces or, on the contrary, open spaces, fear of public speaking, or phobias of various animals, etc.

However, few people know that psychotherapy can be used as a method of personal development, self-knowledge, optimization and increase adaptability, ie to obtain a certain psychological comfort, mobility and creativity, optimizing interpersonal communication and even sexual relationships, determining those mechanisms. adaptation that makes us more resilient in various difficult moments of life, to better express ourselves and for our benefit the emotions, needs, feelings experienced, to become more responsible in our actions.

What kind of people turn to psychotherapy?

In general, the most common audience are adults from different social backgrounds, but especially people with higher education; there is also a wide range of clients such as: students, teenagers or children brought by the family. Recently, there has been an increase in interest in couple therapy, which indicates a certain relaxation of the public to this type of service. The female audience predominates over the male one, because in our culture, with a rather traditional education, women are more open and willing to recognize and express their personal problems and ask for help, while men are more reluctant and less willing to do so, but things are evolving in this regard as well.