Welcome. We are glad you are here.
The intention set by Therapy Cooperative is to expand into a diverse collective of professionally-trained practitioners who value the continued uncovering and discovery of social justice, multicultural education, inclusivity, intersectional awareness, and personal wellness. We are an aggregate of various approaches, personalities, and clinical & professional experiences.
You are the expert of your life.The space created will be a place where your expertise and the team’s knowledge come together to illuminate your healing and growth. We look forward to hearing from you.
Wellness is a team effort... together.
NOVEMBER IS TRANSGENDER AWARENESS MONTH
Psychotherapy is a collaborative and cooperative journey involving active listening, giving voice to thoughts and feelings, creative expression, and increasing self-awareness in a brave and validating space. The objective of therapy is to help you reach your goals.
Sometimes people seek therapy to work through long-standing struggles. Other times therapy is in response to unexpected changes or impact in one's life. Many seek therapy in pursuit of their own personal exploration and growth.
Examples of possible improvements in therapy include: reduction of depression or anxiety, improving relationships, feeling better, improving life satisfaction, grieving a loss, finding clarity and understanding, increasing self-esteem, managing stress, shame reduction, better sex, better communication, or discovering parts of self.
You have already made the first step. We look forward to hearing from you.
Please be kind to yourself.
you make the world more beautiful.
If you need immediate care, please call 1717. This will connect you to a Red Cross representative. Online or phone support is available through the link below.
EMERGENCY | CRISIS SUPPORT
Pieta provides first aid, accessible services, support and treatment for those at risk of suicide and a bridge to resources for others. The service is completely free of charge and is available to all those who have reached the age of eighteen. The Pieta organization also works to promote knowledge and understanding of psychological pain and suicide. The organization wants to be a leader in suicide prevention in Iceland.
EMERGENCY | CRISIS | SELF HARM
HOSPITAL OF ICELAND
The emergency Psychiatric Department of Landspítali University Hospital in Reykjavík is on Hringbraut. You may reach them in person or by telephone 543 4050 or 543 1000.
After-hours Assistance may be sought in the general emergency department or ER.
The Psychiatric Department at FSA University Hospital in Akureyri may be reach at telephone 463 0100.
EMERGENCY | CRISIS | PSYCHIATRIC