Help Questions

In your life, you may have to deal with a variety of psychological symptoms. You may feel anxious, gloomy, insecure or inhibited. You may doubt everything, feel unhappy and not know how to feel better. People can experience many difficulties in feeling, expressing and understanding their emotions. Or processing traumatic events or loss experiences.

People may also experience difficulty and complaints in relationships and contact. Whether it is intimacy, difficulty connecting with people, feeling lonely, social isolation, problems in your environment or relationship problems.

Students may also experience study-related problems such as: study choice, exam anxiety, motivation problems, procrastination, graduation problems. In addition, they may also face more existential/life-stage issues.


Complaints for which you can contact us

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Complaints you can contact us for:

  • Anxiety symptoms
  • Mood symptoms such as gloominess
  • Work/study problems
  • Assertiveness Problems
  • Unprocessed grief
  • Trauma
  • Compulsive thoughts or actions
  • Identity questions and problems
  • Personality Problems
  • Relationship Problems
  • Interpersonal problems
  • Difficulties with intimacy
  • Loosening problems
  • Physical complaints for which no physical cause has been found
  • Intercultural issues
  • 2nd or 3rd generation war issues


We treat the following diagnoses within the practice:


  • Attention deficit and behavior

  • Personality
  • Pervasive

  • Eating Disorder
  • Other childhood

  • Depression

  • Bipolar and other

  • Fear

  • Somatoformdisorders

  • Residual group diagnoses

  • Dissociative disorders

  • Gender identity disorders

  • Psychological disorders due to somatic disease

  • Sexual problems

  • Sleep disorders

We do NOT treat the following diagnoses within the practice:

  • Delirium, dementia and other

  • Schizophrenia

Treatment methods

Psychodynamic psychotherapy

Psychodynamic psychotherapy

Psychodynamic psychotherapy may be appropriate when someone suffers from severe psychological symptoms, keeps running into the same patterns and wants to change them. Psychodynamic psychotherapy is indicated when these symptoms and problems cause suffering and undermine social and/or occupational functioning.

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Group therapy

Group therapy

Ithaca offers several group therapy options. Group psychotherapy is group psychotherapy, where learning from and with each other, interacting with other participants and the psychotherapists, is central. The therapy group consists of a limited number of participants and two group psychotherapists who meet weekly. All participants work on their own psychological symptoms and problems.

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Schema therapy

Schema therapy

Schema-focused therapy is a form of therapy that integrates elements of cognitive behavioral therapy, Gestalt therapy and attachment theory, among others. Schema therapy assumes that symptoms and...

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This form of therapy is for people who continue to suffer from consequences of a shocking, traumatic experience manifesting themselves, among other things, in having nightmares, re-experiences or flashbacks. The beginning of EMDR therapy focuses on the cause and background of the symptoms.

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Cognitive behavioral therapy

Cognitive behavioral therapy

CBT is an umbrella term for various forms of treatment in which patients learn how to better manage their negative thoughts and feelings about themselves and their environment, get a better grip on their emotional lives and, if applicable, better align their behavior with what they want to achieve.

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