Psychotherapy

Caring for mental health is just as important as taking care of the physical body – it is necessary to find the balance between the everyday rush and your inner self. Psychotherapy plays major role in the anti-aging field – the mental state directly affects a person’s health and physical well-being.

Psychotherapy helps to find motivation, understand your inner feelings and work through emotional experiences, stress and emotional burnout.

 

Physiotherapy

 

You need a consultation of a psychotherapist if you experience the following long-term issues:

  • Eating disorders, sleep disorders,
  • Inability to cope with changes (physical, emotional, everyday life),
  • Nervousness and anxiety, increased stress,
  • Problems in family/at work/with friends,
  • Strong emotional stress or experience (loss, health issues, etc.),
  • Unhealthy habits and addictions,
  • Depression.

Goals of physiotherapy:

  • To help to obtain self-consciousness – interaction of one’s emotions, character traits and actions with one’s own personality, health and surrounding people,
  • To help to regain control of one’s life, accept changes and loss,
  • To contribute to personal growth.

Ones attitude regarding the situation either helps to find the right solution or escalates the problem even further. An example of a client’s cooperation with a psychotherapist in the scope of anti-aging is the period of menopause/andropause. This age-related process causes various emotional and physical changes and can be considered as a symbolic period of self-reflection and analysis.

Services:

  • Counselling regarding mental health, healthy ageing (menopause, andropause, etc.), eating disorders,
  • Possible group lectures, coaching.
Specialists
Agnese Sperga
Dr.
Agnese Sperga
Physician-psychotherapist

Provides consultations of a physician-psychotherapist, performs the assessment of the psychiatric condition and psycho-dynamic evaluation (4 visits are required). Performs psychotherapeutic treatment (the principal method - individual psycho-dynamic psychotherapy with elements of cognitively behavioural therapy).

Provides individual consultations of a psychotherapist, in the event of:

  • self-esteem disorders,
  • personal growth impairments,
  • relationship problems,
  • exhaustion and burnout syndrome,
  • anxiety disorders (social anxiety, phobic anxiety, panic, persisting compulsive thoughts and/or actions, etc.),
  • mood disorders (depressed mood, apathy, depression, etc.),
  • severe stress and adaptation disorders (emotional crises),
  • somatoform disorders (hypochondriac disorders, somatoform vegetative dysfunction, somatoform pain, etc.),
  • nutrition disorders,
  • sleep disorders,
  • sexual disorders,
  • infertility,
  • experienced violence (physical, emotional, sexual).

Provides crisis psychotherapy in the event of:

  • loss (loss of work, separation of relations, death of a relative, abortion, etc.),
  • in the event of adaptation difficulty (change of work or life conditions, retirement, ageing, etc.),
  • diagnosed diseases with negative prognosis (for instance, autoimmune or oncological diseases). 

Consults patients aged 18 years and above. Provides services covered by insurance companies and fee-based services.

Dr. Dace Krūmiņa
Dr.
Dace Krumina
Physician-psychotherapist

Provides consultations of a physician-psychotherapist, performs the assessment of the psychiatric condition and psycho-dynamic evaluation (4 visits are required). Performs psychotherapeutic treatment (the principal method - individual psycho-dynamic psychotherapy with elements of cognitively behavioural therapy).

Provides individual consultations of a psychotherapist, in the event of:

  • self-esteem disorders,
  • personal growth impairments,
  • relationship problems,
  • exhaustion and burnout syndrome,
  • anxiety disorders (social anxiety, phobic anxiety, panic, persisting compulsive thoughts and/or actions, etc.),
  • mood disorders (depressed mood, apathy, depression, etc.),
  • severe stress and adaptation disorders (emotional crises),
  • somatoform disorders (hypochondriac disorders, somatoform vegetative dysfunction, somatoform pain, etc.),
  • nutrition disorders,
  • sleep disorders,
  • sexual disorders,
  • infertility,
  • experienced violence (physical, emotional, sexual).

Provides crisis psychotherapy in the event of

  • loss (loss of work, separation of relations, death of a relative, abortion, etc.),
  • in the event of adaptation difficulty (change of work or life conditions, retirement, ageing, etc.),
  • diagnosed diseases with negative prognosis (for instance, autoimmune or oncological diseases). 

Consults patients aged 18 years and above. Provides services covered by insurance companies and fee-based services.