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We've gathered various certified and friendly professionals ready to have a talk with you online wherever you are.

Dominykas

The biggest strength a human can possess is to admit his weaknesses and face them.

After graduating from Vilnius University in Psychology I have been volunteering in emotional support call line for 2 years and in Mental Hospital for around 1 year. For the last three years, I have been working in the Republican Center for Addictive Disorders where I mostly counsel groups. Simultaneously, I am in private practice. I, too, go to personal therapy, attend supervisions and study analytical psychotherapy.

Ready to talk in Lithuanian and English.

Vitalija

My motto - reach your goals while enjoying the journey. If you feel that your journey would require a companion, then I would be glad to join. It is safer, more efficient for two people to find more constructive ways that are conducive to emotional and physical health. Going through the difficult sections together is more interesting and easier than doing things alone

I have a bachelor’s degree in psychology, a master’s degree in health psychology, and a master’s degree in neurobiology. I have completed postgraduate studies “Basics of mindfulness-based cognitive behavioural therapy”. All this is for my clients to make their experience of the psychological well-being journey as professional as possible. LGBT friendly.

Ready to talk in Lithuanian and English.

Diana N.

I believe that self-knowledge and acceptance, love and self-respect, the creation and taking responsibility for one's life, the conscious experience are things that lead to both personal maturity and mature contact with other people and the world.

I graduated in Health Psychology (Master degree) at Vilnius University in 2018. During my studies, I have been volunteering in emotional support call line „Jaunimo linija" for 5 years. Since autumn 2018 I am volunteering in Crisis intervention centre and also have private psychologist practice. I am also a student of Gestalt psychotherapy.

Ready to talk in Lithuanian and English.

Nerijus

Sometimes, when things are falling apart, they might actually be falling into place:)

I have graduated from Vytautas Magnus University in Organizational Psychology in 2009 and I am trained in Psychodynamic Group Psychotherapy. I have started Group Analysis in Vilnius University that I am yet to finish. A while ago I have worked as a School Psychologist. Since 2014 I have a private practice in counselling of adults and adolescents as well as some other works, projects and teaching related to psychology.

Ready to talk in Lithuanian and English.

Pojauta

I believe that a human being possesses both the recourses that help overcome difficulties in life and the power to create a truly unique life. At times, however, help is necessary to create conditions that would activate those resources.

I am a clinical psychologist, currently studying existential psychotherapy. I acquired my bachelor’s degree in psychology and a master’s degree in clinical psychology at Vilnius University. I volunteered and did an internship at Vilnius City Mental Health Center and Republican Vilnius Psychiatric Hospital. At the moment I am working at two health centres (Medical Service Center, Health Clinic) and have a private practice.

Ready to talk in Lithuanian.

Donatas

What we pay attention to, grows.

 I finished Master studies of clinical psychology at Vilnius University. I am improving my psychotherapy and counselling skills at the Institute of Humanistic and Existential Psychology (HEPI) in Birštonas (I am studying at a professional level). I have been counselling for about fourteen years.

Ready to talk in Lithuanian, English and Russian.

Elena

"When we are no longer able to change a situation - we are challenged to change ourselves" - Viktor E. Frank.

I have a Bachelor’s degree in Psychology, a Master’s degree in Clinical Psychology, and am currently studying for a PhD. I worked at the Republican Center for Addictive Diseases, where I provided counselling to young people with substance use problems. Since 2018, I've had a private practice in Mexico and Lithuania, and I work as a psychologist at Vilnius University. I help people with emotional, behavioural, interpersonal difficulties, and also provide counselling to the LGBTQ+ community.

Ready to talk in Lithuanian and English.

Veronika

There is always a light after the storm. 

I have bachelor’s and master’s degree in psychology (Vilnius University). Currently studying cognitive and behavioural therapy. I am a certified European psychologist and have 9 years of counselling experience in various education and support centres. Currently, I provide personal and remote counselling for adults and children. I also conduct various trainings, participate in conferences, have experience in Ieading group therapy sessions.

Ready to talk in Lithuanian and English.

Erika

Be here and now.
 

I graduated in Health Psychology from Vytautas Magnus University. I have been working as a psychologist for 2 years and I have also completed training in hypnotherapy.

Ready to talk in Lithuanian.

Inga

Everything that we experience in everyday life is expressed through the mental, emotional and bodily level.

All these levels are involved in the sessions that I provide. I believe that it helps to experience ourselves as a whole. In sessions, I concentrate on what is happening in the present moment. I encourage to pay attention to the process and experience rather than just thinking or talking about stories of the past. I am a psychologist and a practitioner of body-movement therapy (Institute for Integrative Bodywork and Movement Therapy, UK). Currently, I work in private practice.

Ready to talk in Lithuanian.

Aušra

My moto: This too shall pass.

I gained my experience in counselling by working in the Center of Eating Disorders and in other mental healthcare settings and by training volunteers in emotional support call line. I am also a certified lecturer in crisis prevention training. My counselling deals with interpersonal relationship problems, critical moments, loss, divorce, search for meaning and wish to know oneself, the experience of anxiety, sadness, tension and stress.

Ready to talk in Lithuanian and English.

Vaiva Š.

All the feelings you experience have a right to be, although at times those feelings might get so intense that they become frightening or confusing. I invite you not to stay alone anymore. I believe in the power of an open, non-judgmental, totally accepting conversation. Whatever you may come with, we'll be with it, learn to face it, understand it better and try to find solutions. 

 

I have a masters degree in Clinical Psychology, and I am further studying Individual Psychodynamic Psychotherapy. I gained my experience in various mental health settings, working with people experiencing a psychological crisis, losses, suicidal thoughts, behaviour and other difficulties. I have also volunteered in suicide prevention helpline (Jaunimo linija) and "Crisis centre". I'm especially interested in psychological crises, burnout, relationship difficulties, loneliness, self-awareness, and self-acceptance. I'm also LGBT+ friendly.

Ready to talk in Lithuanian and English.

Neringa

Everything goes according to the plan, but the plan is always changing.

20 years of experience in providing psychological help, specialised in working with trauma and counseling at moments of crisis. I graduated in Psychology in 2003 and I am a psychotherapist and registered EuroPsy psychologist. I am interested in innovations in mental health care by combining science and practice.

Ready to talk in Lithuanian, English and Russian.

Antanas

It’s easier to face stuff when You feel “Together” with someone. Let’s try it! My aim is to be as non-judgemental, transparent and equal to You as possible. I’m still not perfect, but I love my work.

I am a co-founder of experiential seminars for men “TIKRAS”. I have been a volunteer in emotional support call line since 2009 and I am a psychologist since 2014. I have worked in Crisis Intervention Centre ( “Krizių įveikimo centras”) and I am actively involved in fighting the most painful troubles of Lithuanian mental health. My fields of interest are compassion, awareness, shame, masculinity and sexuality.

Ready to talk in Lithuanian and English.

Kristina

Meet the day with curiosity, end with gratitude.

I am a health psychologist, a practitioner of mindfulness, and a student of Gestalt psychotherapy. For the fifth year, I have been consulting Lithuanians living abroad remotely. I counsel women who are in crisis, have had a miscarriage/abortion, or postpartum depression. Participation in project activities with foster families as well as families who want to improve their parenting or have difficulty communicating with children or adolescents adds more colours to my professional activities.

Ready to talk in Lithuanian and English.

Greta

I believe that a person should take care of his emotional health as much as he cares for his physical well-being. I support the idea that unexpressed, unexperienced emotions always find their way back to us. I invite you to stay together with the rich and complex palette of feelings, even those feelings which might seem hard, inappropriate or even scary for us. Each of us is unique, however somehow very similar at the same time. I respect every person‘s uniqueness and unique experiences. I might not have the same experience as you, but I will do my best to understand and experience that together with you. I am a human being just like you.

I graduated from Vilnius University where received my Bachelor's degree in Psychology and a Master's degree in Clinical psychology. I started my professional career in Physical rehabilitation centre and now I am working in Mental health centre for almost 3 years. I help people who are having trouble in their relationships, who are going through an emotional crisis and who are suffering from excessive anxiety, sadness or other heavy emotions.

Ready to talk in Lithuanian.