The chance that you have at least one major depressive episode in your lifetime is about 17%. Twice as many women than men suffer from depression, and as many as 80% of people who have had one major depressive episode will have at least one more. Continue reading Is this depression?
Every parent comes to a stage when their child displays indications of anxiety, depression, or they manifest behavioural problems, problems with hostility, impulsiveness, or obstacles at school. Maybe your child bites nails. Perhaps he or she is too shy or with no self-confidence. Some children have a limited number of friends or spend considerable time online. Sometimes your child fears dogs or has nightmares, and sometimes a child is a victim of bullying or a different sort of abuse. Sometimes children have a problem with night wetting. Sometimes they mourn after the loss of a close person or a pet. Children go through diverse stages during growth. Their development could be unique, but at the same time, it follows some rules. If your child has issues, and you feel overwhelmed and unable to help your child, be aware, psychologists and psychotherapists are there to help. Continue reading How can a psychologist help your child
Cognitive-behavioral therapy is a relatively short-term, problem-oriented form of psychotherapy. According to the speed of the achieved results, it is one of the fastest psychotherapies. It focuses on very specific problems that the client comes with. Continue reading Therapy of first choice
Anxiety is a normal part of life. It is your body’s natural response to signals of danger. It is normal to feel anxious from time to time. But if your feelings of anxiety are severe, last for longer than six months, and are interfering with your life, you may have an anxiety disorder. Continue reading Anxiety solutions – Medicines vs psychotherapy