international counseling

Global psychologists


But do not ask where I am going
as I travel in this limitless world
where every step I make is my home. ~ Dogen


In what languages can I receive help?

Currently, we offer counseling in English, Russian, Dutch and Lithuanian.

How much does a session cost?

E-mail single reply - €20

E-mail set of 5 replies - €90

Chat (45 min) - €40

Skype session (45 min) - €50

Individual face-to-face session (50 min) - €60

Missed session/late cancellation (less than 24 hours in advance) - no refund

Depending on availability, we offer reduced fee schedule for current clients, clients from developing countries, students and unemployed. Please contact us to find out more.

We also offer a free of charge 15 minute Skype or telephone talk with a psychologist. It provides a chance to discuss questions you have about the counseling and to get to know each other.

What type of clients do you focus on?

We focus mainly on expats, other knowledge migrants and their family members, international students, people living and working abroad. We work with individuals age 7+, couples, groups and organizations.

On which model is you counseling based on?

Our therapy is based on the cognitive model: the way you perceive situations influences how you feel emotionally. Thus, not a situation directly affects how you feel emotionally, but rather, your thoughts in that situation. 

Cognitive therapy has been scientifically tested and found to be effective in hundreds of clinical trials for many areas.

Compared to other models, it is more focused on the present, more time-limited, and more problem-solving oriented. In addition, you learn specific skills that you can use for the rest of your life. 

How do you deal with my privacy?

All the communications between you and psychologists of International Counseling are strictly confidential. All psychologists work in accord with the Ethical Code of psychologists. Moreover, therapy online provides you with an opportunity to maintain desired level of anonymity.