Treatment Areas and Symptoms

We experience strong emotions when we realize that the reality is not what we expect it to be.

The pains and suffering of our minds are now understood as subjectively measurable symptoms.

With scientific assessments, professionals develop evidence-based treatment strategies and programs.

Our minds often experience strong emotions when we realize that the reality often does not meet our expectations. What we think of “positive” emotions, such as happiness and gratitude, and “negative” emotions, such as sadness and guilt, come and go very quickly in our minds. Ancient philosophers and founders of religious traditions speculated the emotional upheaval of our minds facing unsatisfying reality and provided us with wisdom of understanding and accepting our destined human conditions.

It is quite recent that scientific approaches to understand and assess the human mind are applied. The philosophical trends, such as empiricism and evidence-based scientific methods, have facilitated to measure the functions of the human mind that was previously thought to have been almost impossible. With scientifically proven treatments, symptoms are measured and treated with evidence-based guidelines and programs. The pains and suffering of our minds are now understood as subjectively measurable symptoms such as depression and anxiety, and with these assessments, professionals can now develop scientific treatment strategies and programs.

Such scientific approaches in measuring and treating our minds are what we call psychotherapy. The Western world has studied, developed, and applied psychotherapy for the past decades and has been using evidence-based treatments to reduce patients’ psychological suffering.

 

Now professionals all over the world are studying and applying effective psychotherapy to reduce human suffering and our clinic also applies such psychotherapy to treat the following disorders and symptoms.