Psychotherapy

We term Psychotherapy ( as oppose to Psychiatry ) as changing the state of mind of a person to overcome personal problems of the mind which are affecting health and happiness in an adverse fashion.

The problems may be of compulsions, addictions, beliefs, thoughts, general feelings ( such as of depression ) as well as interpersonal relationships either of a social nature or within the family. With medical health conditions where the condition is based on evidence centric diagnosis, the psychotherapy can be performed by a psychologist in conjunction with a psychiatrist.

Although they often work together, there is a  difference between a psychologist and a psychiatrist.

With mental health issues there are many ( more than a thousand ) different methodologies for treatement. These are based on different ideas of psychology. Some of the methodologies of psychotherapy are based more on ethics, some methodologies of psychotherapy are based on techniques and some methods of psychotherapies are more statistcally based.

What all of these methods of psychotherapy have in common is a transformation of the state of mind through sessions with a therapist.  Sessions may be one on one, or they may be one therapist working with a group of people.

Our therapists believe in the effectiveness of integrated and client-focused approach in treatment. We have worked with clients who have improved their lives and reduced their psychological suffering and dysfunction.

We believe that we can train our mind and body to respond more mindfully and effectively in times of difficulties or distress. We believe that these are important wellness enhancement skills that can be learned, relearned, and improved.


Psychotherapy

We term Psychotherapy ( as oppose to Psychiatry ) as changing the state of mind of a person to overcome personal problems of the mind which are affecting health and happiness in an adverse fashion.

The problems may be of compulsions, addictions, beliefs, thoughts, general feelings ( such as of depression ) as well as interpersonal relationships either of a social nature or within the family. With medical health conditions where the condition is based on evidence centric diagnosis, the psychotherapy can be performed by a psychologist in conjunction with a psychiatrist.

Although they often work together, there is a  difference between a psychologist and a psychiatrist.

With mental health issues there are many ( more than a thousand ) different methodologies for treatement. These are based on different ideas of psychology. Some of the methodologies of psychotherapy are based more on ethics, some methodologies of psychotherapy are based on techniques and some methods of psychotherapies are more statistcally based.

What all of these methods of psychotherapy have in common is a transformation of the state of mind through sessions with a therapist.  Sessions may be one on one, or they may be one therapist working with a group of people.

Our therapists believe in the effectiveness of integrated and client-focused approach in treatment. We have worked with clients who have improved their lives and reduced their psychological suffering and dysfunction.

We believe that we can train our mind and body to respond more mindfully and effectively in times of difficulties or distress. We believe that these are important wellness enhancement skills that can be learned, relearned, and improved.


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We understand that it can be daunting using a therapist for the first term. In this section we try to simplify some of the key terms of our work for you.