Who is psychology for?
What are the psychology sessions based on?
Depending on the user’s objective and the objective detected by the professional, the sessions vary in terms of content.
You will find theoretical contents to promote psychoeducation and self-knowledge of your own psychological process and practical work based on different exercises, dynamics or psychological techniques to give shape to the theoretical contents.
There will also be many reflections and questions from the conversations between psychologist and user that will be aimed at raising awareness and then taking action on aspects that depend on the user to bring about the necessary change for the patient’s improvement.
A typical psychology session could be based on an initial contact on the events that have occurred in the period between sessions, and through the initial conversation relate the patient’s responses to the theoretical aspects prepared or necessary to work on. This could be followed by an exercise or dynamic to work on the theoretical aspects and could end with the practical training of some technique necessary for the patient, as well as some conclusions of what has been worked on in the session.
Bearing in mind that the order could be the other way around; start with the practical and end with the theoretical.