I just had a debate with my girlfriend about the pros and cons of psychological therapy and treatment. She stated it would be unnecessary because those that go there would be losing their **** over too simple trifles and meaningless problems that they should cope with themselves and those that don't, as I brought of examples of abused children or something to the likes, couldn't be helped by it because their problems would be way too deep within. It may prevent them from committing suicide (yeah, it went pretty worst-case) but they'd go on with their life suffering. What do you think about it? There are some questions I got and I'd like your opinions on them. Do psychologists help in those worst cases? Do they involve themselves in problems that should not bother them? Do people who go there just make a big jazz about small problems, in general? Can psychological treatment get people to talk about their problems if they really don't want to be helped in the first place? Does it just save some lifes but make them a torture afterwards? Those and of course, your own personal input.