Psychiatry is a medical discipline dealing with psychic diseases. Patients suffering in psychic diseases can receive help with means of psychiatry. In this field, several therapeutic methods are known, including medical treatment as well. Psychiatrists, for the purposes of prevention, can help those not yet diagnosed with psychic diseases but suffering of psychic troubles – e.g. those being in crisis.2. How does an examination take place?
It is possible to register to the examinations and treatments preliminarily at the receptions desk of our clinic personally, by phone or e-mail. At first personal visit, the patient is registered at the receptions desk and then he or she is directed to the specialist by our colleagues.
The first step of the examination is to know and record current complaints and the anamnesis, and excluding existence of any organic diseases as far as possible. After identification of the problem, the specialist chooses the appropriate therapy, which means the application of one or more psychotherapeutic methods with the possibility of including medical therapy as well.
Payment is done at the receptions desk after the examination, the consultation or the treatment.3. When/ With what kinds of complaints should we call upon a psychiatrist?
A psychiatrist should be called upon by those suffering from anxiety problems (panic, compulsive disorders, phobias), dysthymias (unipolar or bipolar depression), alcohol or drug abuse, possibly hallucinations, delusions, schizophrenic symptoms. Besides these, it is worth to call upon a psychiatrist when the following problems exist: problems of self-estimation, relationship and communication problems, sleep disorders, extreme stress, inhibited personality, chronic fatigue, crisis situations.
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