Health and Wellbeing: the best life purpose
Our psychologists from the Clinical Team, María Laorden, and Miguel Ángel Blázquez, have once again shared a day to reflect on the prevention of mental health and the need to find and promote a vital purpose to improve our wellbeing.
For an hour they exchanged information and experience; and answered questions about the difference between “living happily” and “living with meaning”.
Motivation, the effort needed to achieve these changes, commitment, and above all, the ability to enjoy the process are essential to walk towards our life purpose. We recommend you not to miss a second of this meeting in order to create the necessary habits and steps to improve our mental health.
One more year of campaigns in the Clinical Team
ATAM Clinical Team’s prevention campaigns are the core tools for promoting health in situations of disability and dependency.
During 2022 our professionals wanted to help users and their families lead a healthier and more independent life with five preventive campaigns developed in person and virtually.
Eye care with the amblyopia and allergic conjunctivitis campaigns and mental health, as well as the prevention of neurodegenerative diseases and the team’s new ergo-spirometry service, have once again given magnificent results in terms of participation.
We hope that in this video, you will find the keys to what we will continue to do in the coming year. We wish you all a very healthy 2023.
Understanding the new adolescence: Perspectives from Psychiatry and Psychology (2) – Questions
Continuation of the webinar that was held on January 25, promoted by the ORP department of Telefónica and developed by the psychiatrist Dr. Jose Antonio García and the psychologist María Laorden from the ATAM Clinical Team.
He answered questions posed by followers on the topic of adolescence from the perspective of development, mental health or environmental risks.
Understanding the new adolescence: Perspectives from Psychiatry and Psychology
Adolescence in a transition period that is crucial for the person and for human biology. It is a period marked by physical, emotional and social changes, which arise from a radical brain restructuring that prepares us to live adulthood in the best way possible.
In this webinar that took place on January 25, promoted by Telefónica’s ORP department, psychiatrist Dr. Jose Antonio García and psychologist María Laorden address these issues from the perspective of development, mental health, environmental risks and vulnerability of the stage, with the aim of providing parents with tools that can be useful to navigate this period that is adolescence. And we say surfing, because as parents we want to accompany, guide and let ourselves be carried away on occasion by the paths that our adolescent children take us, doing so with respect, but with careful distant surveillance that encourages them to grow, evolve, acquire autonomy and taking charge of the responsibilities of the life stage in which they find themselves.