Why people usually look for psychotherapy

  • problems with communication, relationship problems (relationship with partner, family members, at work, with God, etc.), loneliness
  • low self-esteem, excessive shyness, dissatisfaction with oneself, difficulties to say no and set boundaries with others
  • traumatic and difficult life experiences, losses, separations, divorces• depression, anxiety, fear
  • psychosomatic illnesses (related to a disorder having physical symptoms but originating from mental or emotional causes), sexual difficulties
  • difficulty with upbringing , learning difficulties• eating disorders, addictions
  • sleep disorders , stress , tension , burn-out, workaholism
  • problems related to the spiritual life or philosophy of life , finding sense of meaning in life
  • important decision , the desire for greater self-awareness , growth, general dissatisfaction in life