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Adult Psychiatry, Child and Adolescent

Psychiatry is the area of ​​medicine focused on prevention, evaluation, diagnosis and treatment of mental illnesses such as conduct disorders, emotional disorders and the biological, social and psychological aspects of people that interfere with their functioning.


Child and Adolescent Psychotherapy

Child and Adolescent Psychotherapy differs from individual therapy in that this treatment uses specially designed, age-appropriate tools and techniques for children.


Family Therapy

Family Therapy differs from other therapies because depending on reason for referral, more than one family member is present to help solve the conflict. The goal is to understand how the family system is built and identify the difficulties within it.


Individual Therapy

Individual psychotherapy is a service for adults who are experiencing emotional, social or physical difficulties for which applied solutions have not worked.


Marital Therapy

Marital Therapy focuses on bringing help to a relationship when it is going through events or situations that create conflict between to people.  In many occasions, it is used as a preventive method; in others, as a resource in moments of crisis for specific or recurrent issues.  The individual’s wellbeing is obtained while working on the couples’ relationship as a whole.


Psychological and Psychoeducational Testing

These tests are procedures and protocols that explore the deeper functioning of an individual (child, adolescent and adult).


Vocational Assessments

A vocational assessment is used to help support high school graduates in selecting their potential careers.  It is an educational intervention focused on preventing multiple college/career changes by giving the student tools to make the best possible career choice for her/his individual goals.