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Get help quickly and efficiently. Experts in Clinical Psychology for Adults, Children and Youths. Neuropsychological assessments. Experts in Cognitive Therapy and Sexology
Lovely Psychologist who spends time and energy on you at a fraction of the price compared to others. You are NOT treated like a treadmill patient, and he is keen to find out what is actually bothering you. I went to John Brink.
Met with respect, without prejudice and with interest and commitment. Very good information about any investigation! Flexibility regarding day and time. Breaks when needed! Worth every penny!
Therapy with experienced Psychologists in Oslo?
We are offering services for most psychological problems. We have a broad experience in Cognitive Therapy, which is a leading form for evidence based therapy.
We are also offering other types of therapy, like EMDR, Schema Therapy, Emotion Focused Therapy and Acceptance and Commitment Therapy.
Are you looking for one on one therapy? Or maybe couples and family therapy? Are you you a student?
Contact us today for an offer which suits you.
Here you will find our psychological clinics in Oslo. There is a slightly different offer at each of the clinics.
Rosenkrantz street 7
We have two offices on the 5th floor in Håndverkergården. Take the elevator all the way up. Entrance from Haakon VII street.
Nobels gate 16A
We have two offices in the old Swedish embassy on the corner of Nobels gate and BygdøyAllé. The bus stops right outside.
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We have extensive experience in individual therapy for most psychological problems. Several of our therapists have the highest education in cognitive therapy you can get in Norway.
Our therapists all have more than 10 years of clinical experience. No students or graduates.
Go to couples therapy at Oslo Psykologsenter. We have experience with most relational difficulties that arise in couples, such as lack of closeness, communication, prioritization of time, interests, sexuality.
With us, you will meet therapists with licenced training and experience in sexology.
Neuropsychological assessment by a specialist in Neuropsychology.
Short waiting time.
We carry out ADHD assessment both with a neuropsychologist or a clinical psychologist with extensive experience in ADHD assessment.
We collaborate with a psychiatrist in relation to further treatment.
Get in touch for package offers.
We are now establishing groups within the following themes
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Frequently Asked Questions
Unfortunately, we do not have a refund scheme. This is granted all too rarely and there is a deficit of public funds in Norway today. You as a patient must therefore cover the costs of treatment yourself. As a result of this, you avoid public queues, which are mostly 6 months long. With us, you get an appointment quickly.
If you have health insurance, you can ask your insurance company about coverage of therapy with us. Usually, treatment is covered up to 10-12 hours. In that case, inform us of your case number when booking an appointment.
No, you can refer yourself. Just book an appointment directly here on our website, or call or send a message if necessary.
If you are unsure after reading a bit about our various psychologists, contact us via chat, the message form or by phone, and we will guide you further.
We have a fixed discount for students who can present their student ID.
The advantage of going private is, among other things, that you get help quickly. You can tackle your problems when you need it most, rather than having to wait for months. In addition, you can choose who you receive treatment from, rather than being allocated a person who may not be a good match for you.
Unfortunately, it has also become more difficult to get treatment in the public sector - many experience rejection. Requirements for package progress and other standardized treatment can mean that you as a patient do not feel that there is time and space to focus on what exactly you need to talk about.
The downside to going private is the price. This must be weighed against the likelihood of higher efficiency, faster services and a more adapted treatment.