Everyone may experience mild and short-term or more severe and long-lasting mental health problems throughout their lives.
A psychiatrist specialises in mental health problems, focusing on the diagnosis, assessment, treatment and prevention of psychiatric and behavioural disorders. A psychiatrist assesses a person’s mental state and makes recommendations for further treatment. Depending on individual needs, the psychiatrist prescribes medication and recommends psychotherapy or treatment from another specialist. The frequency of psychiatric consultations and the duration of treatment depend on the patient’s condition and the course of the illness. As a rule, the frequency of visits is higher in the initial phase of treatment. The main examination method of a psychiatrist is a psychiatric interview; further examinations are determined, where necessary.

A referral is not needed to consult a psychiatrist.

Vaccination against tick-borne encephalitis

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Ticks in Estonia spread two dangerous diseases: tick-borne encephalitis and Lyme disease. While Lyme disease can be successfully treated with antibiotics, there is no cure for encephalitis – it is a very serious disease. Tick-borne encephalitis can be severe and affect the central nervous system, which in turn may cause lasting residual symptoms.

It is recommended to start the course of injections against tick-borne encephalitis in April so that immunity can develop for the period in which the ticks are active.

Vaccination against tick-borne encephalitis is available for adults and children from the age of one at any time of the year.

The initial vaccination schedule consists of three injections over the course of 12 months. For people under 60 years of age, the first reinjection needs to be done three years after the third injection. Subsequent reinjections need to be done every five years.

If you have been bitten by a tick and the vaccination schedule is in progress, it is recommended to continue with the vaccination.

All vaccinations done at Confido are recorded in your vaccination passport, which we ask you to take with you when you come to get vaccinated. If necessary, we will issue a new vaccination passport for an additional fee (€10).

Vaccination information leaflet


Vaccination against tick-borne encephalitis
47 €
Vaccination against tick-borne encephalitis for children
47 €
Vaccination against tick-borne encephalitis
45 €
Vaccination against tick-borne encephalitis for children
39 €

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Confido Medical Centre
Veerenni 51, Tallinn
Tartu Raatuse clinic
6th floor, Raatuse 21, Tartu
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Paldiski maantee 102, Tallinn