In our fast paced world of competitions and stresses sometimes it gets difficult to maintain a healthy state of mind. At other times the complexities of society, our Own personal and emotional grudges become problems. Whilst we can often work around or do away with minor stressful situations, constant and ever building multitudes make it really difficult to deal with or cope up to.
Although, singularly such stresses, events and issues might not appear to be too big a problem by themselves, a heap of them can end up depressing or rendering us inefficient or troubled without we even realising it. Eventually our Personal and professional lives start getting affected. This is when you should be seeing a psychologist. The therapist can help you resolve your issues through developing a profound understanding about yourself, the people around you, getting a clarity of thought and knowing your choices.
That said, there may be instances where you may be confused whether to see a psychologist or a psychiatrist. More often than not psychotherapy suits just well enough, however, there may be pharmacological cases where occasional medical intervention may be needed. Once we diagnose, based on your case history and psycho-physiological Nomenclature, we can advice you the best suited options including if you should see a psychiatrist.
It’s worth noting that medicine alone is not the solution to the problem. Medication complements therapy and that should be only opted if inevitable.