Sometimes when we hear the word psychological therapy we start to tremble and it seems to us that our problem is more serious than it really is.

Going to therapy consists of carrying out a science-based treatment whose purpose is to achieve the psychological well-being of people, addressing the different psychological conflicts through a psychotherapist-patient relationship.

The therapeutic link between the professional and the patient is the common denominator for all currents and the main variable for improvement. If there is no close treatment and the psychologist gains the trust of the patient, it is impossible for progress to be made.

When should you go to psychological therapy?

This question is quite frequent since we always think that it is not so bad and we can solve our problems without help.

However, we are wrong and going to psychological therapy is nothing more than having the initiative to want to face what hurts us and evolve as people.

Some clues that the time has come to face reality and go to therapy are:

  • No decision you have made about your behavior seems to have worked

  • Your friends or family don't want to listen to you

  • Drug or alcohol abuse

  • Your acquaintances worry about you and recommend that you go to psychological therapy

  • You don't stop thinking about the negative

  • You think that everyone is against you and you offer an aggressive response

  • You have trouble sleeping

  • You don't enjoy things and nothing motivates you