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Yes, some mental illnesses seem to benefit more from a combination of medical and psychological interventions.
Yes. We are specialized in sports psychology and family therapy.
People seek psychiatric help for a variety reasons. The problems can be sudden, such as a panic attack, frightening hallucinations or they may be more long-term, such as feelings of sadness, hopelessness, or anxiousness.
Mental toughness training helps athletes improve mental skills and overcome mental barriers, such as confidence, concentration (focus) or composure related issues.
An athlete should seek help when he is unable to perform up to maximum ability level in competition. This is often characterized when an athlete is able to perform well in practice, but seems to flounder or freeze up in competition.
The main difference between a mental game coach and a therapist is that mental game coaches work with athletes on sports performance enhancement and not personal challenges.
Family therapist can help with adolescent drug abuse, depression, alcoholism, obesity and dementia in the elderly – as well as marital distress and conflict.
Goals are usually achieved over a relatively small number of meetings with intervals of two to three weeks between appointments.
While the cost varies – it is usually between 70 to 100 euros per session.