Mental health

Therapies

Psychological counseling and therapy may be crucial for the treatment of anxiety, sleeplessness, depression, mood disorders, communication disorders, etc. Long-term anxiety, conflicts, and exhaustion alter the body’s hormonal balance, which the body will get used to like it gets used to bad posture. The same goes for conflict-prone and depressing relationships – the body gets used to tension and the mind adapts to narrower cognitive structures.

Psychosomatic disorders are disorders caused by psychological factors. These states of mind should not be tackled just with medication – it is also important to determine the hidden reasons and uncover resources to resolve the situation. In more difficult cases combined therapy is indicated – counselling or psychotherapy in combination with medication. The suitable method will be chosen by a specialist after assessing the problem and conducting tests.

Important to know

  • We do both individual, couples, group, and family therapy.
  • Often 10-15 sessions are required to achieve lasting results.
  • Duration of therapy and frequency of sessions depend on the problem and will be agreed on an individual basis.

Psychotherapy sessions

Psychotherapists employ integrative psychotherapy methods (ACT, dialectic behavior therapy, hypnotherapy, etc.) to help people find ways to overcome stress, depression, anxiety disorders, addictions, relationship crises, and psychosomatic disorders, including sleep disorders.

Therapy helps patients learn to relax, concentrate, achieve self-control, and project it outwards. Based on the problem, the most suitable method is selected. There are specific methods for adolescents.

Psychotherapists help untangle knots in the psyche, by teaching patients to alter undesirable action patterns through breathing, mental and emotional exercises. Each one-hour therapy session costs 70 euros.

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Therapy can help you learn to relax, concentrate, achieve self-control, and project it outwards.
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  • Rein Heinsalu Rein Heinsalu

Jane Rannamets-Heinsalu

Psychoterapist
Estonian, English
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Rein Heinsalu

Psychotherapist
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Kristjan Puusild

Psychologist, analytical psychotherapist, Shindo trainer
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Piret Aunapuu

Analytical psychotherapist
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Analytical psychotherapy session

Analytical, also known as Jungian, psychotherapy is based on C.G. Jung’s approach to individual psyche and its evolution and change during lifetime. The main goal of therapy is to create a balanced relationship between conscious and unconscious sides. Jungian therapy supports finding the meaning of life and creating a balance with the outside world. The therapy helps to create a more conscious, mature, and complete personality.

The contact between a therapist and a client is very important in analytical psychotherapy and the sessions can be more intense than in counselling.

Each therapy session is like handiwork that focuses on client’s problems, childhood experiences, intimate relationships, ego, and the psyche archetypes.

Therapy lasts 50-60 minutes, weekly sessions are recommended. The price is 70 euros.

We recommend therapy if you experience:

  • Struggle in managing daily tasks
  • Depression, stress, anxiety, tensions
  • Relationship problems
  • Standstill in the search for meaning of life
  • Physical traumas or traumatic events from the past
  • Any other mental or spiritual topic that needs a solution

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Consultation with the addiction counsellor

During the consultation the counsellor gives the client an overview of chemical addictions, explains in detail the nature of alcohol, drug and prescription drug addiction.

A thorough overview is given on the benefits and prerequisites of the 12-Step Addiction Recovery Programme. Read more »

The duration of the consultation is 60 minutes and it costs 40 euros.

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Kaja Heinsalu

Kaja Heinsalu

Addiction counsellor
Estonian
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  • Jane Rannamets-HeinsaluJane Rannamets-Heinsalu
  • Rein Heinsalu Rein Heinsalu

Margus Laurik

Clinical psychologist
Estonian, English
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Jane Rannamets-Heinsalu

Psychotherapist
Estonian, English
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Rein Heinsalu

Psychotherapist
Estonian, English, Russian
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Therapy for anxiety and panic disorders

Anxiety disorders are some of the most widespread psychological conditions. Anxiety and panic disorders prevent people from working, studying, or communicating effectively, and interfere with stable intimate relationships. The quality of sleep suffers. Many people who have had panic attacks say it was the worst experience in their life.

Today, there are psychotherapy methods for the treatment of all common anxiety disorders. One of these evidence-based methods is cognitive-behavioral therapy.

Who do we recommend therapy for, who is it effective for?

  • Excessive anxiety can take many forms and be caused by various factors, including incessant worry, obsessions, social situations, health concerns, and specific phobias.
  • Regardless of the reason, all anxiety disorders can be untangled and effectively treated.
  • It is perfectly normal to feel somewhat anxious in some situations, but if it seems like the intensity, duration, and frequency of occurrence is interfering with your quality of life, you should consult a specialist.

What should you know about therapy?

  • Cognitive-behavioral therapy is focused on determining the factors which perpetuate anxiety, and teaching effective ways to cope with them.
  • Psychodynamic and dialectic therapies work on both the subconscious and the patient’s thought patterns.
  • Effective therapy is dependent on the cooperation of the therapist and the client, where the client is ready to pay attention, show effort, act on recommendations, and do his/her homework.
  • There may be setbacks in therapy, especially if the problems have been winding up and setting in for a long time. Therapy helps and teaches to cope with setbacks, in order to prevent loss of hope and motivation, and a return to old non-effective means of coping.
  • A therapy session usually lasts 60 minutes. For lasting results, usually 10-15 consecutive sessions are required.
  • First consultation with a clinical psychologist costs 70 euros and subsequent sessions cost 60 euros. In the case of referral by a GP, the cost is 20 euros. A psychotherapy session costs 70 euros.

If what you feel cannot be explained by normal agitation, but resembles an anxiety disorder, you should definitely see a psychologist.

Couples therapy

Couples can provide each other with great happiness and satisfaction, but also anger, disappointment, and despair. The purpose of couples therapy is to find ways to resolve relationship issues or create preconditions for renewal of the relationship.

Our clinic employs a clinical psychologist and psychotherapists who practice both Imago couples therapy and emotionally focused therapy (EFT). In the case of persistent tensions, couples therapy also includes training for effective and safe communication.

We recommend couples therapy if

  • You perceive tensions in your relationship
  • You have frequent conflicts
  • There is jealousy and infidelity in your relationship
  • You disagree on the upbringing of your children
  • Your sex life is sporadic or unsatisfying
  • You fight over money
  • You are considering divorce

What should you know about couples therapy?

  • Couples therapy takes place on neutral ground and in a peaceful atmosphere, provided for the partners by the relationship therapist.
  • The couples therapist does not judge either party, but helps them uncover resources for resolving the situation.
  • Couples therapy includes behavioral training - how to behave in order to prevent conflicts.
  • Often, couples therapy sessions are planned in cycles.
Cost of therapy 90 €
Duration of the session 60 minutes
Effective couples therapy is dependent on both partners’ commitment to the relationship.
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  • Jane Rannamets-HeinsaluJane Rannamets-Heinsalu
  • Rein Heinsalu Rein Heinsalu

Margus Laurik

Clinical psychologist
Estonian, English
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Jane Rannamets-Heinsalu

Psychotherapist
Estonian, English
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Rein Heinsalu

Psychotherapist
Estonian, English, Russian
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Tiina Keskküla

Tiina Keskküla

Coach (ACC)
Estonian, English, Finnish, Russian
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Individual coaching

Coaching is action-oriented collaboration that focuses on where you are now and how to get to your desidered goals, instead of focusing on past behaviours as psychotherapy does. Coaching is a route to an improvement through changing thinking patterns.

Coaching is a lot like physical exercise. If you wish to improve your physical skills, a coach helps you to develop a training schedule and then follows that keeping your goals in mind.

Coaching, also known as the route to an improvement through changing thinking patterns works quite similarly. A coach helps you to stay on your chosen route, collaborating through objectivity, honesty, structured behaviours, responsibility, open-minded thinking, and support. In return, your coach expects you to fully commit to your teamwork, to be open to new ideas and approaches, and to fulfill given promises. Coaching is 90€, and lasts for 60 minutes.

Coaching is a beneficial investment if you wish:

  • to understand your career and personal life choices
  • to set yourself measurable goals
  • to set a plan to achieve your set goals
  • to accept challenges

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“It’s not that I don’t know what to do, it’s that I don’t do what I know.” (T. Gallwey, “The Inner Game of Tennis”).

Journey therapy

The Journey is a guided deep relaxation into your own body and mind. It can help you find the root cause of the problem, which can often be a problematic unsolved issue from the past. During therapy, the Journey practitioner can help to release the emotions that are subconsciously holding you back.

We cannot change the past, but living through and releasing the painful feelings and changing your attitude will have a significant healing effect. Similar situations will not hurt in the future.

The Journey will:

  • Improve your relationships with friends, family, colleagues etc
  • Introduce and acknowledge the deeper nature of yourself
  • Increase the vitality to feel healthier and happier in your chosen path
  • Help better understand yourself, others, and the world around us
  • Solve problems related to depression, fear, anxiety, and obsessive thoughts
  • Help to find and live with inner peace
  • Help to set priorities and make decisions
  • Help to cope with grief
  • Make you braver and more creative
  • Challenge your thought and behavioural patterns
Price 85 €
Duration 2 hours
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Piret Rass

Piret Rass

The Journey practitioner
Estonian, English