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  • Psychiatrist

    Is a physician who obtained education in a medical school and specializes in diagnosing and treating mental disorders by utilizing medical interventions and medications.

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Have you ever experienced being in psychotherapy?

About Psychotherapy

Psychotherapy assists in life transformation by healing emotional pain and recognizing cognitive, behavioral and interaction patterns that may contribute to dissatisfaction experienced in various areas of life. Desirable change occurs as a result of a process during which clients gain insight, obtain knowledge, develop more productive and new strategies that contribute to healing and growing of themselves and relationships.

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Individual therapy

Clients who are not satisfied with their life and/or experience any symptoms that cause emotional pain or discomfort can benefit from Individual Therapy. Individual Therapy focuses on personal healing and self-growth. A therapist assists to make changes and transform life into being more satisfying.

Couple therapy

Couples usually come to see a therapist because they have some relationship difficulties. They might feel disconnected and misunderstood. Their communication may resemble constant arguing rather than relating to each other. Dissatisfaction might be experienced in a variety of aspects of the couple’s life and one or both partners might have a sense of being alone feeling stuck in their relationship. Couples Therapy assists in recognizing problematic areas, learning more satisfying ways of communicating needs, and relating to each other so that each partner has a sense of being valued. It is a process of learning how to repair ruptures in the relationship so reunion can be achieved and intimacy rebuilt. It assists in developing a mutually satisfying relationship where both partners have a sense of fulfillment, connection and support in growing individually and as a team. Sometimes Couples Therapy helps realize that going separate ways is the best decision.

Family therapy

Families that struggle with conflicts, crisis, chaotic environment, healthy communication, problems with children or having difficulties raising them can benefit from Family Therapy. Family Therapy is focused on understanding the family as a system and then decoding the language of verbal and nonverbal communication that contributed to losing the sense of cohesive unity among family members. Family Therapy assists in repairing and rebuilding the system into the place where all can feel safe and be valuable members living in a harmonious, supportive environment.

Group therapy

Clients who struggle with isolation, lack of social support, and interpersonal problems can benefit from Group Therapy not only by getting support, understanding and learning healthy communication and appropriate boundaries but they can also experience the feeling of belonging and the sense of being a valued part of a healthy family that many of us have never experienced. That experience can help develop trust, overcome social anxiety, and deepen the capability to relate and communicate on a more satisfying level.


Hypnotherapy is one of the techniques of psychotherapy that uses hypnosis for therapeutic purposes. Hypnosis is a form of mental state that is induced by a procedure called a hypnotic induction and can be delivered by a therapist or client in the form of autosuggestions. In a state of deep relaxation a client’s attention is fully focused and as it increases their peripheral awareness decreases which allows access to causes and roots of unexplainable fears, phobias or unhealthy habits that block a client’s potential to make better decisions and live a more satisfying life.  Hypnosis, used by a qualified and well trained professional, is safe and can be used as a tool to treat problems such as anxiety, phobias, pain, insomnia and many other ailments. Hypnotherapeutic techniques can be used to alter behavior patterns as well.

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  • Psychologist

    Is a professional whose advanced degree is in psychology and is qualified to provide psychological services such as: comprehensive psychological evaluation and psychological diagnosis. Many psychologists have two roles, teaching and research.