Psychology in adults

Diego Guirao Sánchez
Psychology in adults

Diego Guirao Sánchez

About psychology

Psychology allows for better personal and social development. Nowadays, psychology is essential to be able to study everything that happens within society; without it, many of the problems that exist could not be understood correctly to face them assertive. The psychology team at mundoemociones works with integrative and contextual therapies or third generation, innovative and adapted therapies to people of any age; evaluating, helping and monitoring the evolution of psychological therapy. Psychological therapy offers a safe context where the client is not judged, since the situation that has led him to therapy is related to his life history and the vital situation of the client. moment in which you are; In this way any "social judgment" is out of session. A necessary factor when doing therapy is empathy and compassion, being able to put yourself in the other person's shoes, feeling their emotions, their pain, understanding why. feel, think and act in a certain way and also understand it from a distance to maintain a perspective that allows you to carry out a professional intervention. Hoping that your life goes better, that you know how to manage suffering and that you can be as happy as you can be.

Intervention Objectives

  • Improve health and well-being
  • Prevent or improve diseases linked to psychosocial issues.
  • Develop optimistic expectations, strengthening the perception of control.
  • Achieve high and stable motivation during the intervention.
  • Improve interpersonal skills

All the objectives seek the same purpose, which is to bring the practical part closer to the theoretical part in order to practice the profession in a rigorous and honest way, while achieving ethical therapy and adapted< /span> to each.

What Does a Psychologist Work?

  • neurodevelopmental disorders, related to infancy, childhood and adolescence.
  • degenerative disorders and diseases, delirium, dementia and other types of cognitive problems.
  • Addictions and substance-related disorders.
  • Schizophrenia and psychotic disorders.
  • Mood disorders: major depression, dysthymia, and bipolar disorders.
  • anxiety problems and disorders: agoraphobia, social phobia, specific phobias, generalized anxiety disorder, post-traumatic stress disorder, panic attack, acute stress disorder, obsessive-compulsive disorder…
  • somatic disorders.
  • sexual dysfunctions.
  • eating disorders.
  • Insomnia and sleep disorders.
  • Personality disorders.
  • grief, loss and separation.
  • Couples therapy.

In short, the psychologist can diagnose and treat psychological problems that range from alterations in childhood or old age, to certain episodes of stress, depression or anxiety or, Also, mental disorders such as schizophrenia or bipolarity, to problems of family coexistence and social adaptation.