The practice is open to anyone aged 16 and over.
There is no good or bad reason to seek counselling. However, frequent motives bringing people to meet a psychologist include:
- going through hard times, professional crisis or marital conflict,
- experiencing relational difficulties with your next of kin, your colleagues, your friends,
- felling anxious, depressive, suicidal,
- wanting to make sense of unordinary experiences such as hearing voices or having visions,
- grieving for a relation or a loved being,
- wishing to give a new direction to one's life, to find new marks, to make a decision,
- having been victim of an accident, an aggression, sexual abuse
or simply because things do not go right.
There is no set length of work. You can stop the sessions at any time and the length of the work remains under your full control.
Ideal however is to be able to discuss how and when to end the work knowing that putting a work on hold does not mean you cannot come back.