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A form of psychological treatment called psychotherapy assists patients in resolving chronic issues that call for a better understanding of oneself as well as adjustments to behavior and feelings. When medical care and psychotherapy are combined, better outcomes are achieved, which lowers the likelihood of unpleasant symptoms returning.

Ingrida Nauburaitienė

Adult Psychologist
I believe that every person has the strength to overcome challenges.
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Indrė Ambraziūnienė

Adult Psychologist
I invite you to recognize your thoughts and decisions in therapy and to collaborate with me to break free from the patterns that are causing your problems.
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Ieva Pečiulienė

Adult Psychologist
I urge the patient to actively participate in psychotherapy and discover new ways of thinking and doing.
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Renata Preikšaitė

Adult Psychologist
I establish a safe space and encourage communication, also I pay attention to how people cope with their challenges.
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Giedrė Išganaitienė

Adult Psychologist
When communicating with the patient, I try to create the warmest, sincerest, and trust-based relationship as much as possible.
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Giedrė Starkevičiūtė

Adult Psychologist
Trust, support, and respect for everyone’s uniqueness are the values that guide me in my work as a psychologist.
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Dovilė Navikienė

Adult Psychologist/Child and Adolescent Psychologist
Speaking with a psychologist can help you gain a better understanding of who you are and the bravery to alter your negative thought patterns and behavior.
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Milita Judzinskė

Child and Adolescent Psychologist
My goal is to work with you to identify the root causes of the issues you face and to jointly come up with workable solutions.
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Monika Medzevičienė

Adult Psychologist
My motto for life: "There is only one true value - the human connection with another human being".
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Laima Tamavičienė

Adult Psychologist
Psychological assessment is a field of work that I am particularly interested in - it enables me to get to know a person.
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What is the difference between a psychotherapist and a psychologist?

The primary distinction between a psychotherapist and a psychologist is the two professions’ educational backgrounds. A psychiatrist or psychologist who has obtained a degree in psychotherapy in addition to their primary education is known as a psychotherapist. Psychotherapists use conversation to delve into a patient’s inner world rather than medication to treat patients. This allows them to completely transform their clients’ lives and selves, as well as solve difficult-to-solve issues that have long been ingrained in their everyday routines. However, in the course of consultations, a psychologist—a non-medically trained professional—usually works with the client to address the issues they are currently facing, such as when they need to make responsible decisions about changes in their personal life, career, or family, or when they need immediate assistance in crisis situations, lack of motivation, etc.

How to choose the right psychotherapist?

The effectiveness of psychotherapy is contingent upon the psychotherapist’s qualifications in addition to the client’s self-directed, diligent effort during treatment sessions. It is crucial to evaluate not just reviews but also the kind of psychotherapy the expert has trained in and the approach they employ in their work when selecting a psychotherapist. The main areas of psychotherapy and the types of therapy that fall under them are:

  • Psychodynamic field (e.g., psychoanalytic psychotherapy)
  • Behavioural field (e.g., cognitive behavioural therapy)
  • Existential-humanistic field (e.g., Gestalt psychotherapy)

During consultations, psychotherapists at “Lotus Medica” clinic in Kaunas apply the following types of psychotherapy:

  • Cognitive behavioural therapy. Through the use of this kind of psychotherapy, therapists work with clients to improve their emotional health by teaching them new behavioral patterns and changing the way they think and feel about certain difficulties. Clients have the ability to regulate their emotions, bodily functions, and responses to tense circumstances.
  • Gestalt psychotherapy. Psychotherapists regard their patients as full individuals with not just physical requirements but also emotional and intellectual demands, and they concentrate on the client’s development and awareness during sessions. Sincerity and acceptance of others are the cornerstones of this therapy.

After consulting with a psychiatrist, psychotherapy services may be suggested as part of a comprehensive approach, sometimes in addition to prescription medication. It is worthwhile to ask the expert what form of psychotherapy they believe would be most helpful for the particular issue at hand. Don’t be scared to get the contact information of “good specialists.” While some psychotherapists have spent many years practicing art therapy, which can be a significant factor in the efficacy of psychotherapy, others have extensive training in the non-medical treatment of panic attacks, sleeplessness, and depression.

The psychotherapists at the “Lotus Medica” clinic have years of experience working with clients who have a variety of challenges, including anxiety, depression, intrusive thoughts, phobias, alcoholism, drug and alcohol addiction, panic attacks, and obsessive-compulsive disorder.

It is crucial to think about the type of treatment that is most appropriate for you at the time and whether you would want to attend group or individual sessions when selecting a psychotherapist.

What does an individual psychotherapy consultation look like?

Psychotherapists examine the problem at hand, the circumstances surrounding it, the client’s expectations, and the significance of psychotherapy in their lives with their clients during their initial meeting. Typically, the initial consultation is diagnostic in nature, whereby the primary challenges to be addressed are elucidated and the frequency of appointments is deliberated. The client is also informed about confidentiality by the therapist.

In addition to talking, the therapist may assign homework, exercises, or other particular activities to be finished before the next appointment. Psychotherapists often employ certain approaches in their work to assist their clients in opening up, delving deeper into their emotions and experiences, and raising uncomfortable subjects. During consultations, other techniques may be employed, such as art, clay, music, movement therapy, breathing or relaxation exercises, hypnosis, schema therapy, mindfulness exercises, and others.

What does group psychotherapy look like?

Group psychotherapy may help participants become more adept at communicating and listening, better understand themselves and others, and listen to the experiences of others so they can identify with and learn from them. People can learn how to help others as well as receive support on topics that are important to them through group therapy. Because other group members have gone through similar things, participants in group psychotherapy sessions might come to the realization that they are not alone in trying times. Through group therapy, individuals may learn appropriate behavior in a secure setting while interacting with other group members. They can then apply this knowledge to their own lives and preserve their connections with friends, family, and coworkers. Clients may benefit from group treatment in the same ways that they would from individual psychotherapy. Participating in group psychotherapy is beneficial for addressing both inner struggles and issues arising from social relationships.

Group therapy sessions typically run one to two hours and are facilitated by one or more licensed psychotherapists. Group therapy sessions are planned ahead of time, unlike individual treatment, so participants must commit to attending all of the scheduled sessions. Typically, new participants are added to the group only in the event that a therapy participant leaves and a space becomes available. In the initial meeting, the group members and the supervising psychotherapist talk about the guidelines and protocols for the sessions. Clients in the group discuss sensitive information with each other.

Don’t be afraid to seek help

When a client is eager to explore their inner world and is willing to be open during sessions with their psychotherapist, psychotherapy is effective. Asking for assistance and finding the proper person is crucial because psychotherapy may help clients make the adjustments they desire to improve their quality of life in a focused way.

Psychotherapists at the “Lotus Medica” clinic in Kaunas, Lithuania, provide live in-person and/or online consultations to their clients. There is no difference in cost between the clinic’s contact and remote consultation services. First and follow-up meetings with individuals might run up to 55 minutes each.

You can register for a consultation by contacting the clinic by phone +370 696 59955 or by e-mail info@lotusmedica.lt. You may also contact us by filling in the registration form HERE. We will let you know as soon as possible about the professionals that are available and provide you with comprehensive answers to any queries you may have regarding selecting a psychotherapist or the registration procedure.

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Statybininkų g. 16, LT-50120 Kaunas

Tel. +370 696 59955

E-mail: info@lotusmedica.lt

Opening hours

   I – V 9:00-19:00

VI 10:00-14:00 (every Saturday)

VII Closed