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What is Psychological Intervention? Psychological intervention is also referred to as ‘psychotherapy’ or ‘talk therapy’. It involves talking about your thoughts with a professional to: • better understand your own thinking and behavior • understand and resolve your problems • recognize symptoms of mental illness • reduce your symptoms • improve your quality of life. Evidence shows that psychological treatments work well for emotional, mental, and behavioral issues. Psychological interventions are useful for people of all ages, including children. They can help people from different cultural, social and language backgrounds. You can have psychological intervention in an individual session or as part of a group Who we help to Children of Alcoholics and Substance Abusers ❖ Children ❖ Adolescents ❖ At-risk youth ❖ Adults ❖ Men ❖ Women ❖ LGBTQIA ❖ Seniors ❖ Abuse Survivors ❖ Victims of Violence and Trauma ❖ Adult Children of Alcoholics and Substance Abusers Therapies available for and not limited to ❖ Mild Depression, Anxiety, OCD ❖ Body Image Issues ❖ Stress Management ❖ Anger Management ❖ Emotional Health ❖ Relationship Issues ❖ Dealing with Negativity ❖ Social communication ❖ Social phobia & public speaking ❖ Overthinking ❖ Unwanted worried dreams ❖ Grief Your first appointment- Each session will take 45 minutes to an hour. In the first appointment, you will probably be asked to tell your story – what’s happened in your life and the thoughts and feelings you’ve been having. You may also discuss what your goals are for treatment. After which sessions will be planned as and when required which could be once a week or once in 15 days this will be gradually tapered. This is a good time to ask your therapist questions such as: ❖ Why do you think this therapy will suit me? ❖ What are the outcomes? ❖ How often do I need to see you? ❖ How long will the therapy last? ❖ What should I do if there’s a crisis, or I need urgent help? ❖ How much will it cost? After a session you might feel relief, or your emotions might be stirred up. Exercise is a good way to release tension. Get the most out of Psychological Intervention “You have to work for the therapy for the therapy to work for you” be actively involved You can do this by: ❖ speaking honestly about what’s going on in your life, and in your mind ❖ giving your therapist feedback on how you’re doing ❖ asking questions ❖ attending all your appointments ❖ completing any ‘homework’ you are asked to do.
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