It's Complicated

Find a therapist that can help with Physical abuse

Physical abuse can have psychological effects such as anxiety, depression, PTSD, and low self-esteem. Therapy can provide a safe and supportive environment for individuals to work through their trauma and develop coping strategies. Approaches like trauma-focused therapy and CBT can help individuals process their experiences and change negative thought patterns. Group therapy and support groups can also be beneficial. Therapy may include safety planning and referrals to other resources. In general, therapy can help individuals regain a sense of control, develop healthy coping strategies, and work towards recovery.



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The connection and therapeutic alliance to one's therapist is the most important factor for a successful outcome. Our in-house psychologists will help you find the right match based on your individual background and needs.Meet with one of our 1,500 vetted therapists online or in-person. Our psychologists, psychotherapists, and counsellors are experts at helping with anxiety, depression, stress, burnout, couples therapy, and more. It's Complicated is built and owned by therapists. Since starting in Berlin 2019 we have grown organically into an international platform with local therapist communities in cities such as Berlin, Amsterdam, Copenhagen, Lisbon, London, and New York.

About It's Complicated

In 2019, two therapists set out to tackle a complicated problem.

The psychiatrist Carl Jung once wrote that, “Nobody, as long as he moves about among the chaotic currents of life, is without trouble”. One does not have to be a therapist, though, to realize that life is complicated. But finding the right therapist, who you can build a strong relationship with, shouldn’t have to be. This is the founding principle of It’s Complicated.Since our start, we've helped over 23,000 clients and counting, offering thousands of free crisis support hours, and built thriving therapy communities in Berlin, Amsterdam, London, Munich, and Athens.

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