Psychotherapy

Psychotherapy comprises of a range of psychological treatments involving techniques of counselling and its applications towards the alleviation of psychological distress and the treatment of various mental disorders, as well as improving mental and psychological well-being.


Why it’s done? Expected results from the psychotherapy FAQ Section

Using psychotherapy helps the individual gain an understanding as well as be able to express thoughts and emotions. Such counselling approaches can be helpful in reducing stress levels, identifying triggers, as well as equipping them with adaptive coping mechanisms.

Regular psychotherapy sessions over a period of time are aimed at a reduction of symptoms, alleviation of distress, encouraging adaptive coping mechanisms, improving resilience and overall psychological well-being and quality of life.

Q1. What is the expected length of the psychotherapy sessions?

Psychotherapy sessions are typically ranging between a 30 minute or a 60 minute session, which is a fixed duration determined at the time of fixing the appointment.

 

Q2. Is the discussion or the sessions held with the psychotherapist, confidential?

All ethical boundaries regarding the confidentiality of psychotherapeutic sessions are maintained as per the norms.

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