Mental disorders and problems are really important, delicate and cannot be ignored. As soon as possible, when they are identified, it is of the utmost importance to know how to attack them in order to prevent the evil from becoming too numerous and, above all, out of control.
Unfortunately, the reality is that there are many people who prefer to isolate themselves from the world for fear of being stigmatized and do not go to a specialist who can treat them. There is also a notable tendency of humans who live with relatives and friends suffering from this disease, but who for one reason or another choose to look the other way and ignore the situation.
accept reality and seek help
It should also be noted that there are many people who suffer from depression or anxiety who have already normalized their state of mind, which is why the condition is referred to as “normal”. Depending on the magnitude of the pathology and the type of person suffering from it, the help of a specialist will guarantee a possible solution in the medium or long term.
The most classic way is undoubtedly to go to a psychologist and, in the worst case, to a psychiatrist, however, what has developed the most in times of the pandemic is the tendency to go “online”, as it allows to avoid physical contact. guarantees. The spread of COVID-19 is, and will always be, likely to be in constant contact and surveillance.
Carolina Collia, a graduate in psychology and founder and CEO of Talkit, a 100% online therapy space, in TN points out the various benefits that can be found with mental monitoring for online therapies.
There are many advantages to accessing this type of therapy: from not having to travel to being able to have sessions from anywhere, even while traveling, for example. Currently, its importance and effectiveness have been confirmed thanks to the substantial number of studies that support this type of therapy for the treatment of anxiety disorders, just as face-to-face therapy does.
Through online, positive results can be achieved by talking about the problem, which leads to finding a solution through meditation, similarly, the therapist can point out actions or exercises, among other things.