Psychotherapy is treating mental health problems by helping you to know about your condition and your moods, feelings, thoughts and behaviors. Psychotherapy helps you learn how to take control of your life and respond to challenging situations with healthy coping skills.
In day to day life people face many problems at home, school, at work which leads to stress, anxiety, depression and other psychological distresses. When you look at the root cause of these problems, in most cases, are due to wrong thought pattern based on our past experiences, brought up and environment. These wrong thought patterns or otherwise called as irrational beliefs which lead to negative emotions and feelings and finally leading to wrong or unwanted behaviors. Fear, anxiety, anger, laziness, low self-esteem, Low confidence, jealousy etc. are negative feelings which lead to negative or abnormal behaviors such as social isolation, quarrels, procrastination, low performance, violence, lying etc. In children these are seen as lack of interest in studies, conduct problems, laziness, low performance in studies, disobedience etc.
Psychotherapy helps in identifying the underlying faulty thought patterns and eradicating or altering it by various methods of treatment. The method of psychotherapy which does not include medication is person centric and the type of therapy is tailor made according to the need of the person.
Psychotherapy helps you to overcome:
- emotional problems
- relationship problems
- troublesome habits