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Although the most common mental disorders are described on this website, our multidisciplinary team consisting of psychiatrists and psychologists with diverse areas of expertise, allows us to address other important pathologies, with a treatment that facilitates the recovery of a satisfying life.

  • Personality disorders

    These are a group of disorders that involve a person having a very different pattern of behavior from what is expected in their culture. These behaviors interfere negatively in relationships, from the most intimate, such as the couple, to the public arena, such as work. In these cases the most common treatment is psychotherapy.

  • Schizophrenia

    It is a complex mental illness of unknown cause that usually manifests itself in adolescence and early adulthood. It is characterized by difficulty in differentiating between reality and unreality, and the patient may experience hallucinations, the most common being voices and delusionsof falsehoods.

  • Bipolar Disorder

    It is characterized by mood swings manifested through periods of alternating elation and depression. The episodes of euphoria may have different degrees of intensity and manifest itself through symptoms such as increased self-esteem, verbosity, decreased need for sleep or increased activities, among others. The disorder usually begins in youth or early adulthood. There are various subtypes of bipolar disorder depending on the type of episodes of euphoria and depression.

  • Autism

    It consists of a group of neurological disorders that cause stereotyped and repetitive patterns of behavior that have a clear negative impact on social relationships and communication skills that can be addressed by psychiatrists and psychologists.

  • Relationship problems

    Lack of communication in romantic relationships is often the source of malfunctions ranging from problems of coexistence to sexual disorders. Be it in marriage counseling or individually, addressing these problems it allows a more satisfying love life.

  • Insomnia

    These disorders are becoming more frequent and prevent those who suffer from them from getting enough sleep to feel rested and pay the next day, either because it is difficult for them to get to sleep or wake up at midnight. In most cases the origin of this insomnia is a psychological disorder and so it is advisable to seek the advice of professionals.

  • Work stress

    It occurs when the individual in the workplaceis placed under more demands than he or she can or thinks he or she can stand, resulting in poor physical and mental health. One of its manifestations is the classic syndrome of burn-out or the burned-out worker, and is especially true for professionals who work in customer-oriented work.

  • Eating disorders

    They are changes in behavior related to food, either not eating enough or eating too much, caused by excessive worry about body weight and fitting into the established standards of beauty. These are particularly common during adolescence but may also occur in adults.

  • Senile dementia

    This designation includes a set of conditions that are caused by degeneration of the brain and impaired cognitive functions such as memory, reasoning or spatial orientation. One of most severe conditions is Alzheimer’s disease, which begins with small memory lapses but in the more advanced stages precludes everyday tasks such as reading or writing.

  • Grief

    Failure to overcome the loss of a loved one after a prolonged period can lead to various mental health disorders, according to each person, and can develop into a depression.

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