For whom?

Virtually anyone in need of psychological treatment methods may benefit from psychotherapy led in psychodynamic current.

It is an adequate method of treatment of people suffering from:

  • anxiety disorders (for instance: panic attacks, anxiety states, phobias),
  • psychosomatic ailments (for instance: chest pains, migraines, stomach pains, dermatological problems),
  • other disorders or symptoms of neurotic root (obsessive thoughts, compulsions, hipochondriac symptoms),
  • sexual problems (for instance, premature ejaculation, anorgasmia),
  • depressive disorders and other mood disorders,
  • personality disorders (for instance: narcissistic, borderline),
  • sleep problems (for instance: insomnia, nightmares),
  • eating disorders (anorexia, bulimia).

Moreover, this form of psychotherapy is applicable even when a person doesn’t directly experience neurotic or depressive symptoms, but suffers from:

  • difficulties in interpersonal relations or relations with a partner,
  • lack of life satisfaction,
  • low self-esteem,
  • difficulties in keeping stable, satisfactory relations with others.

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