Psychology

Psychology

Holistic psychological counselling

Holistic psychological coaching also incorporates the help of flexible and individualised professionals, such as a dietician or personal trainer, to ensure a healthy lifestyle and optimal well-being. At the core of this approach is the alignment of mind, body and spirit to create deeper understanding and harmony in the individual's life. Holistic psychology focuses on uncovering and treating the deeper causes behind symptoms, and includes a range of therapeutic methods such as mindfulness meditation and somatic therapy. This approach not only treats symptoms but also emphasises the importance of self-care, self-awareness and personal development. It also takes into account human relationships, the meaning of life and the spiritual dimension to improve healing and quality of life.

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Psychological support for hormonal disorders

Stress management and various relaxation techniques such as autogenic training, mindfulness or breathing techniques can play an important role in maintaining hormonal balance and preventing hormonal problems. Individual stress management strategies, psychoeducation and psychological support can help individuals find effective ways to cope with stress. This can help to maintain hormonal health and general well-being.

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Appetite control and eating difficulties in the light of psychology

The role of psychological counselling is paramount in understanding the situation and bringing about change. These therapeutic methods target not only eating patterns but also emotional reactions and thoughts. This can help individuals to recognise and work through the deeper psychological factors behind eating difficulties.

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Exploring and treating the psychosomatic background of IBS

IBS and psychology are interconnected, as stress, emotional state and psychological stressors play an important role in the development and severity of IBS. Worry about one's own symptoms can cause further distress, thereby exacerbating digestive problems. Psychological support and treatment for people with IBS, such as cognitive-behavioural therapy, neuroregulation and stress management, are key to alleviating symptoms and improving quality of life.

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Sleep psychology

The links between sleep and psychology have been the subject of many studies, as the quality and quantity of sleep affects an individual's mental, emotional and cognitive state. Sleep deprivation and poor quality sleep can be associated with mood disorders and anxiety, and in the long term can lead to depression. Improving sleep quality and optimising sleep habits can contribute to reducing psychological well-being and stress. The field of sleep psychology explores the sleep-related dimensions of human behaviour and experience, as sleep is not only a restorative process but also a complex psychological phenomenon.

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