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Psychology

Specialist in offering guidelines to the client so that this one knows how to alleviate the symptomatology that presents / displays as a consequence of not being able or not to face personal situations, familiar, of pair, labor, etc. Based on the motivation of the person who comes to consultation, it can be incorporated into the habitual behavior of the person, different ways of thinking and acting that will allow him to lead a more satisfying life.

We define the problem through what the client tells us, how he experiences it and what we observe in his behavior and formulate a plan of action to be able to incorporate in his repertoire of behaviors, new ones, keeping those that are useful, everything this to facilitate you lead a happier life, always understood from the point of view of the client.

Group Therapy

Group therapy or psychotherapy focuses its therapeutic work on interpersonal interactions, so that personal and interpersonal problems can be addressed in a group context. Group psychotherapy, like individual psychotherapy, is designed to help people who want to improve their skills to deal with problems that arise in everyday life. The goal of group psychotherapy is to help resolve emotional difficulties and stimulate the personal development of participants. The therapist chooses as candidates for the group those people who can benefit from this type of therapy, as well as those who can have a useful influence for other members of the group.

Child psychology

Children live a period of rapid growth and development that represents a clear difference from the relative stability of adults. In addition to the physical changes associated with maturation, there are important social, cognitive and behavioral changes that have profound repercussions for infant psychopathology and its treatment.

Age is one of the most important aspects to take into account in the consideration and prognosis of a child's behavior, since what can be absolutely normal at a certain age may no longer be at another age (fighting , bed wetting, fears or sexual activity). Behaviors of this type are considered in a very different way and have a different prognosis according to the age of the child that manifests them. In fact most of the symptoms of childhood disorders are appropriate behaviors, or at least typical in the early stages of development (hyperactivity, restlessness and even aggression). For example, epidemiological studies of normal children show that parents report that about half of the children are hyperactive and distractible; the most characteristic symptoms of attention deficit hyperactivity disorder.

Age also has to be taken into account when determining whether to intervene, the choice of the type of treatment and when to intervene. This is a complicated task due to systematic changes in the behavioral and emotional patterns that occur in the course of development.

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