Long-term individual therapies

Long-term therapies are performed by specialists in both adult psychiatry and youth psychiatry, along with other therapists. Therapies are often, but not always, covered by Kela rehabilitation. If they wish, the patient can also pay for their own therapy. A wide range of ailments is treated with therapy, including depression and other mood disorders, neuroses and obsessive-compulsive disorders, anxiety and anxiety disorders, eating disorders, trauma, addiction problems, impulse control difficulties, various neuropsychological disorders and, in the case of young people, difficulties in identity and independence and exclusion.

A skilled therapist treats patients holistically. During therapy, it is not uncommon that one disorder can turn into another, which is why we do not recommend only symptomatic thinking.