Psychological assistance is suitable for individuals who:
- suffer from mental issues (anxiety, depression, intrusive thoughts, intrusive stress responses),
- due to psychological issues have their body functions affected (eating disorders, sleep disorders, psychosomatic diseases, sexual disorders),
- have difficulties interacting with other people (family and relationship problems, loneliness, life crises),
- want to get to know and understand themselves better so that they can be more satisfied with their own functioning.
Depending on the expectations and needs of the person reporting the issue (from ad hoc help to a fundamental change in patterns of behaviour), psychological assistance can be limited to one or a few counselling sessions or may require a longer course of psychotherapy (from 8-12 sessions to several years).