Psychologist in Oslo
If you’re an English-speaking person in search of a psychologist in Oslo, Norway, you may be wondering why you should choose our clinic for your mental health needs. Our clinic is dedicated to providing high-quality, individual therapy to help you improve your mental and emotional well-being. In this article, we’ll explain why our clinic is the best choice for English-speaking individuals in Oslo.
Why Choose Lian & Fjell?
At our clinic, we specialise in individual therapy and take a personalised approach to each client. Our psychologists are genuinely interested in helping you achieve your therapy goals and will work hard to make the process as efficient as possible. All of our psychologists have studied at least six years at a Norwegian University, with large parts of the curriculum being in English. We videotape many of our sessions to get the best possible guidance to improve as therapists.
We understand that mental health struggles can be overwhelming and stressful, which is why we have a short waiting time and don’t require a referral. You can book an appointment with one of our psychologists directly by using our contact form here (in Norwegian) – and start your therapy journey as soon as possible.
The Difference Between Public Health Services and Our Private Clinic
In Norway, there are two types of health services – public and private. Public health services are funded by the government and offer free or low-cost therapy to residents. Our clinic, on the other hand, is a private clinic and provides therapy at a higher cost. Some of our clients get their treatment funded by their health insurance or work place.
The advantage of choosing our private clinic over public health services is that we offer shorter waiting times, long follow-up where needed, and a more flexible appointment schedule. You also get a lot of freedom in choosing the therapist that fit your needs, and easily change if you didn’t feel the chemistry was right.
Getting to Our Clinic – Karl Johans gate 8
Our clinic is located at Karl Johans gate 8 in Oslo, and it’s easy to get here by bus, tram, or car. It’s in the most central part of Oslo. If you’re taking public transportation, we advice you to use www.ruter.no to find the closest bus stop, tram station, train stop or subway station. If you’re driving, there is street parking available nearby, and several parking houses.