Clinical Psychology

Clinical psychology is a branch of psychology that specializes in the development and application of therapeutic and diagnostic techniques.

This science aims to keep the subject’s individuality, its specificity, seeking to explain their psychological functioning as a whole. It considers and faces the conduct of each person in an individual perspective, making a diagnosis, as accurate as possible, about the ways of acting and reacting in a given situation, and seeking to establish their meaning and source, to find out the conflicts that motivate them and the possible means to solve them. It is interested particularly on the affective aspects of the subject.

Most frequent aspects targeted by psychological intervention:

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Insomnia

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Depression

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Couple Therapy

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Social Anxiety

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Anxiety Disorder

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Bipolar Disorder

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Panic Disorder

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Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder