Online therapy in Islamabad, Baltimore, Maryland and Alexandria Virginia is now widely available. Online therapy can provide you with a safe alternative to searching for help offline when your work or family situation might require that you remain anonymous. Living in the virtual world of the Internet is becoming more popular every day. Now DC, Baltimore, Maryland and Alexandria Virginia online therapy is available to you.
The internet is literally full of people. It can be difficult to find support when you are not ready to speak with your friends or family about personal problems. You will be amazed at how many people face the same challenges as you do every day, but are too shy to share their story with anyone else until they have tried therapy online in Islamabad, Baltimore, Maryland and Alexandria Virginia.
There is no greater agony than bearing an untold story inside you.
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Pakistan’s current suicide rate is 6.14 per 100,000 people, with almost twice as many men killing themselves than women. In 2015, there were 19 reported suicide cases recorded in Islamabad alone, and only one was female.
Depression is a mental health condition that can lead to suicidal thoughts and actions when an individual becomes suicidal. According to Pakistan’s National Mental Health Survey (NMHS) conducted in 2016/17, less than 5% of 12 to 17-year olds in Islamabad suffer from depression symptoms; however, that same study found high levels of depression symptoms among adults living in outlying regions such as rural areas.
Moreover, the NMHS also found mental health cases were most prevalent among young adults between 15 to 29 years of age, which accounted for the highest amount of mental health issues. Nearly 10% of all lifetime suicides are committed by those who are diagnosed with depression before they reach 24 years old.
The outlook for Pakistan is grim as it’s predicted that more than 4 million people will lose their lives to suicide every year beginning in 2020 if current trends continue. It is estimated that 150 million mental health cases worldwide are diagnosed with depression, though the majority have never been treated. Suicide has historically been stigmatized in South Asian culture specifically because it is considered a ‘cowardly’ act whereas women who commit suicide are often considered ‘damaged goods.’
So, when it comes to mental health issues in Pakistan, individuals must deal with strong cultural stigmas concerning suicide and depression in addition to the already-existing stigmas related to mental health issues in general. Although Pakistan has seen progress when it comes to tackling psychological conditions (public funding for mental health increased by 2% in 2016), there is much room for improvement. There is still a significant number of people in Islamabad who remain undiagnosed because stigma surrounding these conditions inhibits them from seeking treatment; however, having knowledge about the issue may encourage others living with undiagnosed conditions or suicidal thoughts or actions to seek treatment if they feel comfortable doing so.
This therapist holds a Bachelors’ degree in Psychology. She has received training from the French government, which included three years of clinical training at Sorbonne University. Her clients have found her relatable and patient.
This therapist holds a Masters in Clinical Psychology from The City University London and a Postgraduate Diploma in Cognitive Behavioral Therapy from the National College of Hypnosis and Psychotherapy (United Kingdom). She works with both children and adults to help them deal with depression, anxiety, relationship issues, family problems, motivation, or self-esteem. Clients praise her warmth and professional manner
Both therapists hold Doctorate degrees in Clinical Psychology from UHS Lahore. They have founded a private practice together where they work with adults and children to help them deal with stress, grief, or anxiety.
This therapist holds a Bachelor of Arts degree in Psychology from Karachi University and is currently working on her Master’s Degree in Clinical Psychology from UHS Lahore College for Women University. Her clients praise her calm nature and the fact that she is always open to their ideas and suggestions
This therapist has completed her Ph.D. in Cognitive Behavioral Therapy from Preston University Islamabad (PUI). She has received training from The British Council (UK), London School of Economics (LSE- UK, Harvard Medical International (USA), University of Cambridge (UK), New York Medical College (USA), International Association for Child and Adolescent Psychiatry & Allied Professions (IACAPAP- Italy). She is currently working on her Masters’s in Cognitive Behavioral Therapy at National Defense University Islamabad. Her clients praise her approachability and the fact that she makes them feel comfortable.
Most common therapy approach in Islamabad is where the therapist challenges your negative thoughts about you and the world. He tries to alter unwanted behaviors or treat disorders such as depression.
Second most common therapy approach in Islamabad is which the therapists teach behavioral skills (mindfulness & emotion regulation) to help clients enhance motivation. DBT is often used for mental health issues including eating disorders, PTSD, personality disorder, self-harming notions.
3rd most common therapy treatment in Islamabad focuses on self-actualization in the face of people’s challenges. Existential therapy aids clients in confronting hard and distressing truths about life and death.
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Psychologists or therapists in Islamabad help people understand and handle different life problems and mental health issues.
They diagnose and treat mental disorders, learning disabilities, and behavioral problems.
You should expect to pay between $100 and $250 for a face-to-face therapy session with a Islamabad area therapist. Online therapy in Islamabad is relatively affordable and therapists charge between $30 to $ 150. You can book both online and face-to-face sessions with a therapist in Islamabad via MantraCare.
In case you are looking for free therapists or free therapy, you can choose to call the Islamabad free helpline number. There are a few online therapy options that can be free or low-cost. At MantraCare, therapy can cost you as low as $10.
Anyone interested in working as a therapist or counselor in the Islamabad area must earn at least an accredited master’s degree in counseling or social work. Islamabad also has some continuing education requirements, and every counselor or therapist is required to know all the rules and laws that pertain to their profession.
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