Each therapist goes through a verification process which entails an individual interview and checking the validity of their credentials.
Read more about each therapist by clicking on their individual profile. After you choose the one that fits your needs, you can send them a connection request from their profile and the specialist will contact you in the following 24 hours.
The I'm Fine mobile app extends the collaboration possibilities with each therapist. You can chat directly in the app, it can help you practice what you learn in the sessions and follow your progress. The app can help when you can't decide which therapist is the best for you. In that case you can talk with one of our team members who recommend the right psychologist or psychotherapist. Download the app now or after you have connected with a therapist!
You can see below all of the filters that you can apply to the list of I'm Fine psychologists and psychotherapists. With their help, you can keep seeing only the most relevant specialists for you and afterwards choose the best one. On I'm Fine you will find the person to guide towards better mental health, it doesn't matter if you're searching for online sessions or in-person ones in Bucharest, Cluj, Timișoara, etc or specialists with depression expertise, ones with couples therapy expertise and so on.
Choose the objective your want to work on the most now. These objectives are based on your own experiences and are linked with the expertise of our therapists. So if you choose "Personal Development", it will filter the list and only show you the ones that have the expertise on this subject.
The reasons you can choose from are meant to reflect the most encountered needs for change that people feel before going to therapy. They are: Depression, Anxiety and panic attacks, Relationships, Addictions, Personal Development, Career Counselling, Coaching. Communication skills improvement, Couple Psychotherapy, Family Therapy, Lack of social life, Loss of a loved one, divorce, separation, mourning, Low self-esteem, devaluation, Phobias, Sexual dysfunctions, Sleep disorders (insomnia, nightmares, restless sleep), Stress management, Traumatic experiences.
Psychotherapy is a treatment of emotional and mental disorders. The patients have in common the notion that they are not happy about certain aspects of their lives. Psychotherapy uses analysis, interpretation and sometimes suggestion so that the patient gains higher personal efficiency.
There are many types of psychotherapy. Some have a strong past and present focus. These are psychoanalytic, psychodynamic or person-centred therapies. During these sessions, the client does most of the talking and the therapist provides summaries and interpretations which help build awareness. It is assumed that through awareness change happens. Some people think these approaches spend too much time focusing on the past in the work and would like to see more future focus and active strategies for their lives now, the following therapies have more of this element.
Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT), Solution Focused Therapy, Gestalt or Transactional Analysis (TA) have additional proactive elements and include a stronger future focus. In this case suggestions, exercises and experiments are also used. Transactional Analysis (TA) and Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT) also include a psycho-educational element and when combined with developmental theory, they can provide you with a very helpful understanding of why you feel and behave certain ways. Armed with this information you can begin to take on difficult feelings more effectively and move towards achieving your current and future goals.
Counselling is centered on the present: here and now, it is focused on a certain problem and it is a short or medium time frame intervention. Psychological counselling is not a form of treatment of mental disorders.
Historically, trainings for counsellors were shorter and less in-depth than psychotherapy. In consequence counselling has been viewed as an intervention that was helpful with lighter problems but a counsellor was not equipped to deal with more complex issues. Today, the difference between counselling and psychotherapy is not so obvious, as counselling trainings have become more rigorous. When choosing a counsellor or psychotherapist, it is a good idea to look at the length and quality of training the therapist has undertaken.
Coaching is based on the relationship between the client and the coach, it does not have the purpose of healing, it aims to reach certain goals by implementing new habits. As is the case of counselling, coaching is not a form of treating mental health disorders
Coaching can prove to be limited in its ability to help you tackle more deep rooted and complex problems. Coaching training does not cover the influence of our past history (a coaching qualification can be obtained in 1-6 months) and therefore, some coaches try to encourage clients past a problem, through active strategies, which are not always effective. The problem here is when you do not understand the origin and manifestation of a problematic habit fully, you tend to keep on using it, even if you don’t want to. Where coaching alone can fall short, psychotherapy and counselling can provide the extra help to understand and get through stubborn and more complex problem
Activate this filter to keep in the list only the psychologists and psychotherapists that organise online sessions.
The right psychotherapist means being also right from a financial standpoint. On I'm Fine the cost of therapy sessions is transparent and it can't catch you by surprise after you've made your choice. With the help of this filter, you can see in the list only the therapists that match your financial possibilities.
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Each psychologist and psychotherapist can receive ratings and reviews from the clients he or she works with. These ratings and the associated feedback can help with the decision of people that need mental health support. You can choose to see only the psychologists and psychotherapists that have ratings over a chosen level.
Communication is a key factor in psychotherapy. To facilitate it, you can be searching for therapists that speak languages that you know. You can choose only one language at a time.