Conditions & Situations

It’s wrong for someone to form an opinion that a person who seeks a therapist’s help has to be or already has been diagnosed with a mental health issue. Most people benefit from therapy or life coaching for everyday concerns.
Here is the list of the most common psychological problems and situations my clients most often came to see me for:


  depression, depressed mood
  mood swings
  feeling a lack of joy
   feeling of loss and grief
   low emotional stability (worried, easily upset)
   constant worry and anxiety (about health , family, work etc.)
   panic attacks (anxiety attacks)

Personality issues

  • feeling of hopelessness
  • lack of meaning of life
  • feeling of helplessness
  • loneliness
  • dissatisfaction with yourself
  • неуверенность, застенчивость
  • low self- esteem
  • lack of self-confidence
  • shyness
  • lack of sexual self-awareness
  • internal (inner) conflicts
  • burden of guilt
  • victim mentality
  • difficulty of making decisions, choices
  • low self-efficacy
  • chronic disorganization
  • difficulty balancing of work and family life
  • habit to be easily offended
  • fear of flying
  • fear of making and receiving phone calls
  • fear of public speaking
  • fear of intimacy
  • obsessive thoughts, doubt
  • repetitive actions, rituals (OCD)
  • self harm (skin scratching, picking, burning, cutting)


poor communication
unhappy relationship
conflicts within the family
fighting about money with the spouse
family conflict with parents/in lows
marriage with a foreigner
workplace Conflicts
child- parent relationship
problems in up-bringing children
children and adolescent behavior problems
teenager’s rebellion
relationship between step parent and step child
relationship between adopted child and parents
relationship between adult children and parents
same-sex relationship
workplace relationship

Stressful time situations

  • relationship breakup
  • divorce
  • infidelity
  • loss of friendship
  • loss of loved one
  • a miscarriage
  • death of a pet
  • loss of health, serious illness
  • a love one’s serious illness
  • loss of safety after a trauma
  • loss of a cherished dreamselling the family home
  • loss of financial stability
  • losing a job
  • losing a business, bankruptcy
  • starting a new job
  • retirement
  • moving to foreign country (immigration)
  • an adapting to the new country
  • midlife crisis
  • later life crisis

Psychosomatic issues
(physical symptoms that occur for psychological reasons or connect with them)

bed-wetting (nocturnal enuresis)
shy bladder
low sexual desire
unexplained infertility
psychological symptoms of menopause
idiopathic pain (long term pain with an unknown origin)
eating disorders (anorexia, bulimia)
peptic ulcer
irritable bowel

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