Therapy

Therapy

Psychotherapy treatment for students with mild mental health problems. With us, you’ll meet a team with highly skilled therapists who has good knowledge of the many aspects of student life.

Our service

Sit mental health service offer short-term psychotherapy treatment for students with mild mental health problems. Here you’ll meet a highly qualified and skilled team consisting of clinical sociologists, psychiatric nurses, and psychologist specialists.

Your first meeting with us is a mapping consultation. During this appointment we’ll consider what the right treatment for you will be. Some might be recommended treatment with one of our therapists, while others might be recommended treatment with another health service or agency. 

Phone

Call us on: +47 73 53 86 30

To book a mapping consultation, you must call us.

Visiting address

Sit Psykisk helsetjeneste

  • Rom: Ankeret, B112
  • Larsgårdsvegen 2
  • 6009 Ålesund
Opening hours
  • Monday to Friday:
  • 08.30am–11.30am 
  • 12.30pm–3.00pm

How can you help me?

It’s perfectly normal to go through periods with a fluctuating mood. It’s when the negative thoughts and problems you experience persists and begin to affect your quality of life, that you need to seek help.

Our therapists meet students every day and have long experience treating students with mild mental health problems. There are a number of reasons why students seek help from us, but some of the most common challenges students face are draining thoughts, anxiety, insomnia, grief, loneliness, self-esteem and relations to other people.

Together with the therapist, you’ll decide what the goal of the treatment should be and what challenges you want to work on during the treatment.

The mapping consultation

Before we can plan your course of treatment, you must book a mapping consultation.

To book a consultation, please call +47 73 53 86 30.

During the mapping consultation, you’ll talk to a therapist about what you want help with. In some cases, we will recommend treatment from other health services or agencies.

If you have previously received treatment for mental health problems, you must provide an epicrisis so that we can assess whether we have the right treatment course for you. The epicrisis will be assessed in advance of the mapping consultation

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Individual therapy is a psychotherapy treatment with one of our therapists. Our therapists have long experience and good knowledge of the many aspects and challenges a student might face. Learn more about this treatment.

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Group therapy is a treatment course that takes place in groups. Read more and see if one of our therapy groups might be right one for you.

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In need of emergency care?

Sit doesn’t offer any emergency services. It’s your GP or GP office that is your main contact with the Norwegian health service. It is recommended that you register with a GP in the town you’ll stay the most.

Who should I contact?

  • Call the emergency room on 116 117 when the GP is unavailable, and the help cannot wait.
  • Call 113 in the event of an accident or serious incident.
  • You can also contact DPS Ålesund. DPS have outpatient emergency teams that offer emergency mental health care for people over 18 years of age.

Digital consultations – how do I prepare?

We offer both physical and digital consultations. You can read more about how to prepare for a digital consultation here:

Digital consultation

 

How much and how do I pay?

The mapping consultation is free of charge. For the first four consultations in your treatment course, you’ll pay a deductible of 200 NOK per appointment. All appointments after this are free of charge.

We use PayEx Checkout (mobile payment for cards, invoices and Vipps) payment solution. After 48 hours, an invoice will be issued to your registered address. We therefore recommend that you try to pay via SMS within 48 hours.

Do you have a problem with our payment solution? Call 22 03 63 40 and you’ll get help!

I’m an exchange student, how can I get help?

Contact the local health service at the place you’re studying. Are you a member of ANSA? Read more about their service on their web-pages.

Our blog: quality-checked articles that can help you

We’ve collected, reviewed, and written several articles which you can take usage of in your daily, student life. Read more about it on our blog here.

Sit mental health blog

Whether you’re about to start treatment with us or maybe you feel that a therapy treatment is not right for you right now, you will find several good articles and videos that can strengthen you. The content can help you better understand yourself and others as well as give you tools that can strengthen you in student life.