Psychological counselling

Individual psychological counselling is a process of mental empowerment of a person who is facing difficulties for which he/she estimates that he/she cannot overcome alone at his/her current stage in life. 

The ultimate goal of psychological counselling is achieving greater life satisfaction, along with gradually working on oneself.

In order for the counselling to progress successfully, it is important that the client recognises what his expectations are in regard to the psychological counselling, while the counsellor’s responsibility is to provide sufficient information about what the client can expect, considering the difficulties with which he is approaching the counselling. The counselling requires the client to be highly engaged and motivated. The success of the counselling also depends on the counsellor, as well as the client because it is the client’s decision how much he/she is prepared to work on himself/herself during the session itself, but also outside of counselling. 

Considering that counselling implies working on oneself and sometimes, facing unpleasant or difficult emotions, it can sometimes be accompanied by feelings of sadness, frustration, loneliness, helplessness, confusion, anger, and similar feelings.

In the long term, counselling leads to easier acceptance of oneself, easing or removing the symptoms, more successful resolution of the problems, and more quality relationships with the people around us.