Children, youth, marriage and family counselling
The times we live in are extremely dynamic, give us an enormous amount of information, and are filled with change. Transition, war and post-war events, stressful life dynamic… are just some of the global and local changes that threaten people’s psychological integrity and their social security in general. People easily abandon who they are, stifling their uniqueness and authenticity in order to fit in, to follow individuals, groups, trends, and in that way satisfy their need for acceptance, but also for power. Man is a social being and thus, the need for belonging is a core human characteristic that describes how all people strive to form and maintain comfortable and lasting interpersonal relations. Such changes and needs require a complex, long-term, and systematic approach to assisting and supporting people in today’s world. Some of the methods of choice in such situations include counselling.