Frequently asked Questions

  • Where and how can psychotherapy be used?

Psychotherapy is commonly used for any kind of psychological, emotional or psychosocial problems that have had a number of years to accumulate. Through empathy, congruence and unconditional positive regard, from the part of the therapist, a trusting relationship can be build so that the client can be able to work consciously and unconsciously in solving emotional issues.  Psychotherapy only works if a trusting relationship can be built up between the client and the psychotherapist (in psychology “client” can mean “patient”).

  •  Can Psychotherapy be used in Psychiatric Disorders?

Psychotherapy is a series of verbal and non-verbal techniques used to treat mental, emotional and some psychiatric disorders. In the case of psychiatric disorders, there might be a need of medication that will accompany the psychotherapy for a period of time, or as long as the psychiatrist that will issue the medication will see fit.

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  • According to the Medical Dictionary, psychotherapy is “Treatment of emotional, behavioral, personality, and psychiatric disorders based primarily on verbal or nonverbal communication and interventions with the patient, in contrast to treatments using chemical and physical measures.”