Stress is a set of physiological reactions that prepares the body for action in response to a physical and/or emotional challenge. Eustress is the proper activation necessary to successfully complete a difficult situation
Anxiety is a feeling of fear, dread, nervousness, worry, concern about what is about to happen or may happen. It is a natural reaction, an alarm system that is activated when we perceive a danger or threat. People with anxiety people often have intense, excessive, and persistent worries and fears about daily situations.
Depression is a prevalent illness worldwide. According to the World Health Organization, it is estimated that it affects more than 300 million people. It can become a serious health problem, especially when it is long-lasting and moderate to severe intensity, and can cause great suffering and disrupt work, school and family activities
Obsessive Compulsive Disorder
Obsessive compulsive disorder is an anxiety disorder characterized by obsessions and compulsions. In obsessions the person experiences recurring and persistent mental unwanted thoughts, impulses or images that are considered as intrusive and inappropriate, causing a lot of discomfort or stress so it is about ignoring them or making them disappear
Specific phobias are common anxiety disorders where the person who suffers from it avoids specific situations and objects that cause fear and anxiety, or they endure them with great anguish, recognizing that their anxiety is excessive and that they have a problem. It is a strong and irrational fear, intense anxiety towards something that represents little or no real danger
Eating Disorders and Obesity
This is a group of disorders that are characterized by persistent alteration in the relationship with food and in its consumption, which causes a deterioration not only in physical health but in other psychosocial aspects. They manifest through craving, compulsive consumption, restriction, compensation,…
Post-traumatic stress disorder
Some people develop post-traumatic stress disorder after experiencing or seeing a traumatic event that may have endangered their life or that of another person. Sometimes the event is not necessarily dangerous, but the person experiences it as such. Whether or not the person can develop it depends on psychological, social, and biological factors.
The intellectual developmental disorder begins during the developmental period of the child. It covers limitations in two lines: On one side, in the intellectual functions, On the other side, the adaptive behaviour.
The intelligence testing, together with the evaluation of the practical life and the clinical judgment, will give us the necessary vision for a proper diagnosis.
Autism Spectrum Disorder
This disorder is characterised by a qualitative alteration of social interaction, communication and of repetitive or stereotypical behaviours, interests and restricted activities. In most autism cases, it is associated with diminished mental capabilities.
Language Disorder is a neurodevelopmental disorder that occurs when language starts in children. It is characterized by poor vocabulary, poor grammatical structures, alteration in the use of speech. This means that it is not only that quantitatively that the child’s language skills are below its chronological age, but follows a different pattern of development than normal.
It has to do with the ability to understand and/or produce language, and therefore to communicate, affecting other areas such as social and school. It’s not a hearing or vocalization problem, it’s about how the brain processes what it hears and what it means.
Deficit Attentional Disorder-Hyperactivity
It is a persistent pattern of inattention and/or Hyperactivity-impulsivity that interferes with functioning in the everyday life or the development of the child.
Inattention can be manifest in actions like wandering off task, lacking persistence, having difficulty sustaining focus, and being disorganized in general, and this is not due to defiance or lack of comprehension of what he has to do.
Hyperactivity refers to excessive motor activity in an inappropriate moment, or excessive fidgeting, tapping, or talkativeness. In adults, hyperactivity may manifest as extreme restlessness or wearing others out with their activity, just seeing or hearing him.
Impulsivity refers to hasty actions that occur at the moment without forethought and that have a high potential for harm himself or others. It also reflects the desire for immediate rewards or an inability to delay gratification.
Chronic, Autoimmune and other Illnesses.
The World Health Organization defines health as a state of physical, mental and social well-being and not simply the absence of illness or weakness, that is, health does not exist without mental health. Mental health and physical health have a two-way relationship
COVID 19 Corona virus.
This pandemic has appeared in our lives without being expected. We have been adapting our lives to the new situation as the pandemic has been spreading all around the world. We have been isolated, with a lot of risks, without knowing what was going to happen and for how long it was going to last.