Psychiatry
Psychologist, psychotherapist and psychiatrist, what do I choose?

Psychologist, psychotherapist and psychiatrist, what do I choose?

Have you ever wondered where to turn when your mind and emotions seem to be in an endless maze? You are not alone! Understanding the differences between a psychologist, psychotherapist and psychiatrist is key to knowing who to choose based on your specific needs. So, let’s solve this puzzle together!

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Depression: multidisciplinary approach and innovative solutions

Depression: multidisciplinary approach and innovative solutions

Depression does not have a single cause, but is the result of a complex interaction between external and internal factors. Understanding these influences and addressing them in an integrated way is key to treating depression. A holistic treatment plan, which includes both psychological therapy and the management of environmental and medical factors, can bring relief and support to those affected by this difficult but common mental disorder.

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Neurological and mental disorders – comparison, common points

Neurological and mental disorders – comparison, common points

Mental disorders occur at a very high rate in neurological pathologies and affect a large part of the world’s population. To date, 14 types of major neurological disorders are known, with a clinical picture similar to that of psychiatric diseases and disorders, which occur as a result of damage to the human brain or as a result of the development of neurological diseases.

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Depression and its management in the family

Depression and its management in the family

What to do when a loved one is experiencing depression? What NOT to do when you want to help someone with depression? When a member of our family or a close friend suffers from depression it is challenging for everyone, but depression is treatable and emotional and social support greatly improves treatment outcomes.

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Impostor syndrome

Impostor syndrome

Impostor syndrome is a psychological phenomenon that affects many people, even those who are professionally accomplished and arguably successful.

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The phases of dementia through the eyes of carers

The phases of dementia through the eyes of carers

Dementia is a neurocognitive disorder characterised by a global cognitive deterioration, resulting from a progressive and irreversible decline in brain function. Depending on the stage of the disease, in addition to cognitive impairment, dementia also involves other pathological manifestations in the behavioural and emotional spheres.

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Burnout – How holidays help us avoid overwork

Burnout – How holidays help us avoid overwork

Burnout is an occupational phenomenon, defined as a conceptualized syndrome resulting from a chronic imbalance in the workplace that has not been successfully managed, arising between the demands of the job and the work resources of the person involved.

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What is obsessive-compulsive disorder? Symptoms, causes, treatment.

What is obsessive-compulsive disorder? Symptoms, causes, treatment.

A number of stereotypes and myths have developed around obsessive-compulsive disorder over time. It is a mental disorder that is often misunderstood. Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder (OCD) is more than an obsession with symmetry and neatness, it is a pervasive medical disorder that affects people personally as well as relationally and professionally.

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