When to go to a psychologist?__

When to go to a psychologist?

Life can be full of challenges and obstacles, so sometimes we need help to cope with stress, anxiety, trauma or other emotional experiences.

When to go to a psychologist?

Here are some cases where visiting a psychologist can be helpful:

Adapting to a new environment:

Adapting to a new environment can be a challenge for migrants and refugees. A psychologist can help you understand another culture, language and overcome your fear of the unknown.

Self-esteem and self-acceptance:

If you have problems with low self-esteem and have difficulty maintaining a positive attitude toward yourself, a psychologist can help you redirect your internal dialogue.

Personal development:

If you are looking for solutions to your career, personal development or important life decisions, a psychologist will provide support and guidance.

Relationship problems:

Conflicts in the family, at work or with friends can have a negative impact on your mental state. A psychologist will help you understand the situation and find ways to resolve it.

Stress and anxiety:

Experiencing persistent stress, anxiety or panic attacks. A psychologist can help you understand these feelings and develop strategies to overcome them.

Difficult life situations, psychological trauma from war:

If you have experienced traumatic events, loss, divorce or other difficult situations, a psychologist can help you find ways to heal.

Depression and lowered mood:

If you are constantly experiencing a lowered mood or losing interest in ordinary activities, you may need the support of a psychologist.

No matter what problem you are facing, experienced psychologists are ready to listen to you, support you and promote your emotional well-being.

You are not alone in your experiences, and we are here to support you in your time of need. Contact the Refugee Support Center in Wroclaw and take the first step toward improving your mental health.

We provide free psychological support for a variety of situations that refugees face when confronting a new reality.

Free psychological consultations at the Refugee Support Center are held Monday through Friday by appointment:
→ Sign up by phone: +48 793330240 or via google form: consultation

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