Free psychological consultations
FREE PSYCHOLOGICAL CONSULTATIONS
WHO MAY REGISTER?
Lithuanians living abroad and considering return to Lithuania;
Lithuanians who recently moved to Lithuania from emigration and their family members;
Foreigners residing in Lithuania
WHEN TO ADDRESS A SPECIALIST?
Consultation with a psychologist may help when you feel stuck in a situation, when unpleasant situations repeat and you don’t know why, when you feel difficulty relating to others, feel strong emotions which you cannot control. It is recommended to talk a psychologist when you feel anxious and insecure for a long time, feel loneliness, have low moods, have difficulty to take decisions or to adapt to a new situation, when you worry too much about your or your family future.
HOW TO REGISTER FOR A CONSULTATION?
You can register for a consultation by sending an e-mail at email@example.com. Please indicate in your e-mail the reason why you decided to address the psychologist as well as a convenient time of a weekday for a consultation: morning (8-12 am), day (12-4 pm), evening (4-8 pm). This information is available only to a psychologist. Our specialist will reply to your e-mail and discuss with you the timing of the first consultation.
HOW ARE CONSULTATIONS PROVIDED?
Consultations are provided online (Skype, Microsoft teams, Google Meets, etc.) at times agreed with a psychologist. Consultations are confidential and your information is not provided to any third party unless in emergency when required by the law.
During the first consultation we try to understand your issue or question. You also have the possibility to evaluate if you feel comfortable talking to the specialist and if you are willing to continue consultations. During the remaining consultations a psychologist is listening, clarifying the situation, helping to name your feelings and shares his insight from the consultations.
In total up to 7 consultations can be provided free of charge.
IN WHAT LANGUAGES ARE CONSULTATIONS PROVIDED?
Consultations can be provided in English, Russian and Lithuanian.
ABOUT THE PSYCHOLOGIST MANTAS JERŠOVAS
Psychology is my second profession. Therefore, I bring to consultations various professional and life experience. Before becoming a psychologist I worked in the filed of migration, human trafficking and social research. I became interested into psychology while volunteering at the Youth Line, the biggest emotional support service in Lithuania. I saw how authentic conversation can help. Later I finished the induction course "Psychotherapy and counselling" at Regent’s University (London) and graduated in clinical psychology from Vilnius University. During my studies I did two placements at Vilnius mental health center (the Suicide Prevention Unit and the Day Inpatient Unit). I also contributed to suicide prevention activities in Lithuania and delivered over 50 trainings in various parts of Lithuania.
I am the member of the Lithuanian psychologist association and I abide by the Professional Ethics Code of Psychologists.