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Individual work

The meeting between the psychologist and the client is a special meeting. It is an interaction, a process, and above all, a collaboration. I emphasize the latter, since among the myths for psychological support is also that a psychologist is a person who can give advice about a given situation. No notion could be further from the truth than this. Maybe just the myth that the psychologist is "something like a friend".

Mental work is difficult and sometimes long - an investment of time and resources. A commitment that sometimes you may not have the time or energy for. Unfortunately (or fortunately) it is not enough to start such a process with high motivation; the real challenge comes with the task of maintaining that motivation.

In the meeting with the psychologist, you will not receive advice or direction. But if you accept that there are no ready-made solutions, you will undoubtedly get something much more valuable - namely, the opportunity to find answers to the questions you ask yourself.

Crisis intervention

In some cases, the psychological work happens in a slightly different way. These are cases in which an event has such a strong impact on the personality that it blocks even the most basic coping options and strategies and requires immediate external intervention.

In crisis intervention, the most important thing is to establish trust. On this basis, the psychologist will build a plan of work, the most immediate goal of which will be to bring calmness to the client and reduce to a minimum the opportunities for reckless, risky behavior.

After overcoming the acute phase of the crisis, the psychological work can be stopped, or if there is a desire and personal resources, it can go into a longer-term commitment.

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  • Feelings of inferiority, fatigue, indifference.

  • Increased anxiety in everyday situations.

  • Life crisis - separation/divorce with a partner, death of a loved one.

  • Low self-esteem/confidence.

  • Problems in the family, frequent conflicts with partner/children.

  • Difficulties at work.

  • Increased irritability, nervousness.

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