The committee seeks to recognize and encourage the human potential of people through professional guidance, so that recipients will find their human development by themselves and will improve their own environment in order to enjoy a full, quality life. It originates from the need to provide guidance and/or care to its recipients, allowing them to enjoy a healthy emotional life.
To accompany the person in identifying resources to achieve their well-being, modifying their personal, family and social work; also to maintain an appropriate emotional balance that favors healthy, peaceful and affectionate relationships through strategies planned as needed by each of the recipients.
Psychotherapeutic Processes that are addressed:
- Psychological cases: Addiction, Family Violence, Sexual Abuse, Suicidal intention and attempts, Depression, Anxiety, Parental and Sibling Conflict, Behavioral Problems, Mourning and Couples' issues.
- Psychiatric cases: Affective Disorders, Anxiety Disorders, Schizophrenia, Eating Disorders.