Services & Activities

Psychological Counseling Services

Me Centers provide psychological health services for children, adolescents, and adults. The Center consists of multidisciplinary team which assesses a wide range of disorders and behavioral, educational, and emotional problems so that they could develop an intervention program based on an integrated approach that focuses on the uniqueness of each person. Our therapists believe that an individual cannot be treated in isolation from the surroundings, as all components of an individual 's life, including the family, the school system and the environment of work, should be observed. Based on the Center 's philosophy, intervention programs and counseling and educational services often extend beyond the individual itself (e.g., school, family).

• Psychologists provide psychological counseling and administer assessments and psychological tests.

• Psychologists assess cognitive, behavioral, emotional, and social functions.

psychological Treatment Process

The process of treatment starts by collecting the data that the psychologists will ask you about through asking about your relation history and what made you com for treatment.

You will start in the first two sessions to develop the relation with the therapist. During the early stage of treatment, the therapist will help you to understand your feelings and needs.

During the process of collecting data, you and the therapist will set the goals, plans, and work of support team.

There a lot of available different treatment options, as there is no treatment suits everyone. Individuals can choose the type of treatment that fits them.

• Psychological treatment:

psychological guidance discover feelings, ideas, and behaviors and seeks to enhance the individual 's life.

• Medication:

Medication does not outright cure mental illness. However, it may help with the management of symptoms. Medication paired with psychotherapy is the most effective way to promote recovery.

• Support Group:

A support group is a group meeting where members guide each other towards the shared goal of recovery. Support groups are often comprised of nonprofessionals, but peers that have suffered from similar experiences.

• Complementary & Alternative Medicine:

Complementary & Alternative Medicine, or CAM, refers to treatment and practices that are not typically associated with standard care. CAM may be used in place of or addition to standard health practices.

• Peer Support:

Peer Support refers to receiving help from individuals who have suffered from similar experiences.