- Consultation with the clinical psychologist
- Consultation with a neuropsychologist
- Consultation with psychologist
Consultation with the clinical psychologist
Clinical psychologists deal with patterns of the psyche and mental disorders and study, assess and treat the factors that sustain the disorder using various methods of testing and psychotherapy. A clinical psychologist should be consulted for an assessment by a clinical psychologist.
During the initial consultation, the clinical psychologist clarifies the mental health status and identifies issues. If signs of a mental disorder are present, the physician prepares an intervention plan and selects appropriate evidence-based psychotherapy treatment methods. Clinical psychologist consultations can be one-off or recurring events. Where necessary, a psychiatrist is involved in the assessment and treatment process. You can also see a clinical psychologist to specify whether and which psychological examinations are required for a more accurate assessment of the mental condition.
You are welcome to consult a clinical psychologist if you are feeling low or experience anxiety, panic attacks or sleep disorders that interfere with your day-to-day life.
The pace of life has become very fast and the world has diversified. A lot of people are having a hard time coping with it. Oftentimes these people are the ones society regards as successful. Luckily, more and more people think of cooperation with the psychologists as a part of life, and are brave enough to speak up.
up to 50 minutes
Clinical psychologist, psychotherapist
Clinical psychologist in training, family therapist
(on parental leave)