Psychotherapy in general: A psychotherapist interacts with patients to initiate change in the patient's thoughts, feelings, and behavior through adaptation. Psychotherapists provide treatment in individual and group settings. After gathering information and doing a problem assessment, the psychotherapist will define a course of treatment that meets the specific needs of an individual, couple or family. The course of treatment will usually consist of subsequent psychotherapy sessions; working toward a defined goal in mind.
Nowadays employment, workplace and carrier problems are one of the main causes of stress, poor health and damaged relationships. Many people spend a great deal of time at work, many suffer from the pressures and strains deriving from work. Occupational stress affects a large number of people and it has much to do with quick staff turnover, high levels of sickness absence, human error etc. Working hard is necessary in these crisis hit times, but pushing oneself too far can be destructive. Anyone who feels too much stress at work, may benefit from work counselling or psychotherapy.
Psychodynamic therapy is individual therapy based on the psychoanalitic theory.
Short-Term Dynamic Psychotherapy
The work is organized around an actual inner conflict, which has a special emphasis in the curriculum as well. The reframing, understanding of the conflict will help further development of the personality. Therapy is lasting for 3-6 months, once or twice a week, runs with an exact number of sessions, has an exact date of finishing.
Dinamically oriented small group are of 5-9 persons and a group leader (therapist, counselor) work together. Sessions are usually 2x45 minutes, weekly or twice a week. Group therapy lasts longer (1-2 years). This length is necessary for real, lasting changes. Analitic small groups can be helpful in a variety of problems, but it is best for dealing with severe (long lasting) relationship matters, problems (problems with contact making, regularly emerging partnership problems, marital conflicts etc.).
Tematical, supporting groups are organized around a special theme.The groups below are some examples. These groups are organized for Hungarian clients, but if your would be interested in joining a similar group that runs in English, please, feel free to contact me at: pszichologiakisgabipszichologus.hu (pszichologiaatkisgabipszichologusdothu)
When we meet the first time we are starting to get to know each other. The first counseling session, the interview is for you to present your story, your life and your actual problem. This is also aiming at deciding whether we (I as a therapist and you as client) fit together and whether counselling or psychotherapy is the adequate help for you.
By now online counseling has become an almost exclusive mean of getting to counseling for many people who work 12 hours a day, for mums at home with babies. With the help of online counseling you get the chance to talk to a counsellor via Skype even from you office or home. This counseling media does not substitute face-to face, in person therapy, but online counseling can be of great help in certain cases.
Online counseling is for individuals who
Sometimes (in life at least once) all of us feel sad, miserable and fed up. These feelings are normal reactions to events that are upsetting or stressful. But sometimes we may feel sad even with no (known) reason at all – but this sadness passes by. There are people who do not find quick relief, they are really suffering from depression. In their case sadness persists for weeks and months, which has serious effects on their their day to day lives. Depression is not the same for everyone, it can be manifested in many different ways.