Psychotherapy is a way of curing the soul. Boosting health and overall wellbeing, different variations psychotherapy are offered at Woman & Health depending on the desired ends.
For example, personal development can be part of, or even the goal of psychotherapeutic sessions.
Mag. Elisabeth Guth is the psychotherapist here at Woman & Health.
Emotional, physical as well as psychosomatic illnesses and behavioural disorders are treated by the psychotherapist. Preoccupation with the unconscious part of the mind should lead to information on background and cause of the illness or disorder. In the course of behaviour and conversational therapy, the conscious part of emotions and thoughts are addressed and worked on.
Through conversations, suggestions and various other psychotherapeutic techniques the patient is schooled and supported her ability to solve private problems in order to reach a higher level of spiritual, emotional and physical wellbeing.
Every emotional problem can be overcome.
Liberation from depression: Melancholy, prompt exhaustion, feelings of senselessness, etc. considerably depreciate wellbeing. Through psychotherapy causes for these states of being are un- and discovered and then worked on. Thus the patient is guided along a path out of her depression towards a more meaningful life.
Overcoming addictions: Every addiction (eating disorders, alcohol, drugs, workaholic, etc.) is deep down based on a yearning, a search for something else maybe. Fathoming and fulfilling this need or cause can be the goal of a psychotherapeutic process.
Mastering psychosomatic troubles: Body, spirit and soul form an inseparable entity. Listening to and understanding our body’s signals to embrace them lovingly, is a key to freeing oneself of psychosomatic problems.
Fears and obsessive-compulsive disorders: Fears and obsessions have their roots deep in an individuals’ life story. In the course of psychotherapeutic sessions these roots can be “dug up”, and finally overcome.
Coping with stress: Relaxation exercises (autogenic training, breathing exercises, etc.) targeted specifically to the individuals situation can help managing stress and stress-related tensions. The reason for feeling stressed in particular situations is frequently due to past experiences. Through psychotherapy it is possible to consciously deal and therefore cope with such experiences.
Should you wish to make an appointment with Mag. Elisabeth Guth, please phone her under 0664 431 0339.