Category: Clinical Psychology

The Concept Of ‘schizophrenia’ Could Disappear Soon

Critics of this diagnostic label are gaining strength in the field of psychiatry. Schizophrenia is one of the most famous syndromes in the field of mental health. Its shocking characteristics and the strangeness of the  hallucinations and behavioral alterations that it produces have made this concept known to many people who are not dedicated to

Cerebral Microangiopathy: Symptoms, Causes And Treatment

This group of diseases damages the blood vessels of the brain and the functioning of the brain. For our brain to stay alive and function properly, it needs a constant supply of oxygen and nutrients (especially glucose), which we obtain through respiration and food. Both elements reach the brain through irrigation carried out by the

Obsessive Personality: 8 Habits That Lead To Obsession

People with a tendency to obsessive behavior manifest it in their daily way of acting. Throughout life there are numerous situations that are able to trap our mind in a loop that seems eternal. Recurring thoughts,  unjustified anxiety due to phenomena that constantly attract attention … These are characteristics of the obsessive personality, which, although

Psychologists For Deaf People And The Importance Of Inclusion

Like everyone else, hearing-impaired people also deserve to go to a psychologist. Sometimes it is often taken for granted that the integration of people with hearing impairments in Spain with society is now greater than ever. But this is only partly true. Towards more inclusive societies The arrival of smartphones, tablets, accompanied in turn by

Adhd In Adolescence: Its Characteristic Effects And Symptoms

Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder shows typical symptoms in adolescents. Attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (or ADHD) is a neurodevelopmental disorder that is diagnosed especially during childhood, focusing on this age period most of the scientific literature on the issue. Despite this, 85% of children with ADHD continue to maintain symptoms in adolescence, and 60% persist into