Demands for treatment at the center

Demands for treatment at the Center may vary:

  • depression, sadness
  • loss of sense
  • feelings of rejection, low self esteem
  • relationship issues
  • separation, loss
  • identity issues
  • agression
  • envy
  • rage
  • depressed anger
  • sense of losing one’s personal freedom
  • attachment issues, fear of the outside
  • constant need for escape, fear of the inside
  • sense of loneliness, isolation
  • abandonment, neglect
  • abuse
  • sense of fragmentation
  • fatigue
  • boredom
  • lack of focus, lack of concentration, lack of goal orientation
  • anxiety states (with or without panic attacks)
  • repetitive, obsessive/compulsory thinking or acting
  • fear
  • psychosomatic concerns, pain
  • food related issues, anorexic/bulimic tendencies
  • sleeping and dreaming disorders
  • sexuality, sex-related concerns, sexual function, desire
  • personality disorders
  • job, career-related disorders
  • family disorders, (divorce, inter-familial, peer relations, e.t.c.)

ACP handles cases from all of the above categories at a varying degree of pathology.