Your online Psychiatrist
Dr Vesna Ivanisevic
Psychological treatments and online psychotherapy
In general terms psychotherapy or personal counselling with a psychologist, psychotherapist, clinician or counsellor involves the development of a therapeutic relationship between trained clinician and their client/patient to assist in problems of living.Online psychiatry is as effective at creating good clinical outcomes as face-to-face psychiatry.We can help you with depression, anxiety, schizophrenia, agoraphobia , bipolar disorder, panic attack ... Use your own computer, tablet or phone to get easy access to medical treatment
These are “talking therapies” and their aim is to increase the individual`s sense of their own well-being. Psychotherapists use a range of techniques based on relationship building, dialogue, communication and behavior change that are designed to improve the mental health of a patient or group relationship (such as in a family).Online psychiatry offers the same quality of care with the added convenience of never having to leave the comfort of home.
As part of the assessment and treatment planning process careful consideration is given to a patient`s individual requirements. Online psychiatry allows you to access psychiatric care via Zoom, Whatsapp, Skype, Viber etc.
Anxiety is a common feature of modern life. When you worry so much that your anxiety starts to interfere with your everyday life you may need some sort of anxiety treatment. The source of your anxiety disorder may be a phobia such as fear of spiders or enclosed spaces, obsessive compulsive disorder (OCD), social phobia or social anxiety, panic disorder, generalised anxiety disorder (GAD) or post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD). These produce similar symptoms but the anxiety treatment needed to manage them may be very different. Continue reading
Building your mental fitness, living healthier and happier life is extremely important. Self-Awareness and Acceptance are the key issues. In order to enhance, improve or build upon our existing mental strength, we must be aware of where we are at, and also accept that this is where we are at. Only then can we begin to take steps toward a stronger, healthier mental state. Enhanced performance, better relationships, and a greater sense of wellbeing can all be achieved by developing healthy mental habits while giving up unhealthy mental habits. Continue reading
The word Depression is used in two different ways; it is used to describe a general feeling of being low, unmotivated or unhappy and it is also used to describe someone who is suffering from the illness known as depression. It is not easy to distinguish between someone who is actually suffering from the illness of depression but, someone is generally said to be suffering from the illness when their feelings of depression don't go away quickly or become so bad they interfere with their everyday life. The illness of depression is very common ... Continue reading
Dr Vesna Ivanisevic
Dr PhD Vesna Ivanisevic is a Consultant Psychiatrist with 36 years long working experience.
She graduated from the University of Belgrade, Serbia, completed the advanced training in Neuropsychiatry in 1986 and the PhD in Neuroscience in 1992 at Military Medical Academy where she worked for 15 years at the Neuropsychiatry Department.
Dr Vesna Ivanisevic is registered with the General Medical Council of the UK, Medical Council of New Zealand and Serbian Medical Chamber. She is a member of The UK Royal College of Psychiatrists, Royal Australian and New Zealand College of Psychiatrists and Serbian Medical Society.