• Can psychologists refer me to psychiatry/specialist care?

    At the moment we do not send referrals to psychiatry. In order for a referral to be made, all primary care levels need to be depleted. If you think you need a referral to a specialist, we recommend you to first contact the healthcare center where you are listed.

  • Can the psychologists at KRY prescribe medicine or write sick notes?

    Our psychologists cannot help you with questions concerning medication or sick leave. If you want help with this, please book an appointment with one of our doctor's.

  • What can a psychologist at KRY help out with?

    Via KRY, we offer video meetings with psychologists where we can help you to better understand your problems, as well as advise and support how to deal with things that today feel difficult. In order to book an appointment with a psychologist you need to be 18 years old.

    KRY cannot help out with:

    • Investigation of ADHD
    • Bipolar disease
    • Self injury behavior
    • Severe anxiety or depression that requires contact with psychiatry
  • Do you keep a medical record of my meetings with my psychologist?

    Yes, your meetings with your psychologist are noted in the EMR-system (electronic medical record system), just as regular meetings with psychologists are.

  • How does it work to meet a psychologist?
    1. Download the KRY-app
    2. Choose "Book Psychologist" 
    3. Answer the following questions about what you're seeking help for
    4. Now you can choose to book a meeting with a psychologist
    5. The session lasts for about 30 minutes
    6. You and your psychologist will then have a session focusing on solving the problematic issuses you have today. Your psychologist will give you concrete advice on things that you can do to make progress
    7. If you want to meet your psychologist again, you can book a revisit

     

  • What does it cost to see a psychologist?

    A psychologist visit costs 250 SEK. High cost protection card is applicable and for you under the age of 20 it's free of charge.