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Psychological, debt and addiction counselling
We offer counselling services for people who have registered as unemployed and to jobseekers who have received a redundancy notice. If you want to go to a meeting with an advisor, tell this to your consultant who will introduce you to the service in greater detail and will, if necessary, direct you to the service.
This service is intended for people who feel that their ability to find work and chances of being hired are affected by a situation that is difficult to solve by themselves. Numerous situations, such as losing your job, doubting your skills and abilities or feeling afraid and uncertain when entering the labour market, might make you feel like you need to be heard or offered professional support.
A psychologist as a neutral individual can assess your situation from an objective standpoint and help analyse the problems and questions you may have.
If you feel that you need psychological counselling, tell your Unemployment Insurance Fund adviser, who will introduce the service to you and direct you, if necessary. People registered as unemployed and job seekers who have received a redundancy notice can turn to psychological counselling.
People registered as unemployed and attending psychological counselling receive transport and accommodation allowance.
Addiction develops over a lengthy time period. The sooner this process is interfered with, the less you will experience negative consequences. Addiction counselling provides support to those who want to overcome an addiction or get it under control. The counsellor will help you find solutions to tensions and problems, so you can cope better and be able to focus more on finding and keeping a job. Together you will analyse the causes behind your problematic situation and find new opportunities and solutions for the future. The counsellor will also help in mapping out treatment and other support options.
You should turn to an addiction counsellor if any of the following statements describes your situation.
- you are no longer engaged in things that have previously been of interest to you;
- regardless of desire, you can not change your behaviour;
- when you do try to abandon the addictive behaviour, you get restless, upset, and feel lousy;
- addictive behaviour is a way of escaping problems or alleviating feelings of helplessness, guilt or anxiety;
- your relatives have said that they are worried about you;
- you lie to your loved ones about your behaviour.
Counselling is more effective if you have a strong desire and motivation to change your situation.
People who have registered as unemployed and jobseekers who have received a redundancy notice are able to turn to an addiction counsellor. If you want to go see a debt counsellor, let your consultant know, so that they can introduce the service to you in greater detail and will, if necessary, direct you to the service.