Psychotherapy focuses on supporting the client's psychological well-being and mental health. A therapist or a psychologist trained in psychotherapy helps individuals, couples or families deal with and solve various challenges.
Individual psychotherapy is a treatment and rehabilitation method in which difficult issues are dealt with through discussion.
The purpose of sexual counseling is to provide information and guidance on issues related to sexuality.
In cognitive therapy, the client is helped in identifying patterns in their thinking, as well as in understanding their own experiences and behaviour.
In divorce therapy, the emotions related to the breakup can be dealt with and the factors that led to the breakup can be understood in more detail.
In family therapy, family interaction is managed by discussing experiences, thoughts and needs.
Couples therapy is helpful in many types of relationship challenges and helps you find ways to improve interactions with your partner or strengthen the relationship.
Integrative psychotherapy aims to increase psychological well-being and improve functional capacity.
Mindfulness is used in therapy to strengthen the ability to live in the present moment and listen to your thoughts, feelings and the sensations from you body.
In empowerment therapy, special attention is paid to resources and with their help, change is sought.
In solution focused therapy, instead of the past, the focus is on the present and the future, and the individual's strengths are emphasized.
Crisis and trauma therapy involves going through traumatic situations and using therapeutic methods that have been found to be effective and useful in handling them.
Music therapy is a professional therapeutic approach in which music is used to comprehensively support well-being.
Bibliotherapy can take place in an individual or group format and uses writing and reading to promote psychological well-being.
Cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT) is a form of psychotherapeutic treatment that focuses on modifying unwanted thinking and behavioral patterns to improve the client's psychological well-being.
The central idea of psychodynamic therapy is that past events and experiences influence and guide thinking, behavior and how we solve problems in the present.
Cognitive analytical therapy focuses on understanding the patient's thinking and behavioral patterns and the underlying causes and origins.
EMDR (Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing) therapy is a psychotherapeutic method specially designed to help process traumatic memories and experiences.
Psychoanalytic psychotherapy opens the door to understanding the complexities of the human mind from a deeper level.
Psychodynamic psychotherapy helps in understanding how past experiences and feelings affect current behavior and feelings.
Work counceling offers an opportunity for individuals or groups to reflect on work-related issues and challenges.