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This inpatient programme for the treatment of non-addiction-related mental disorders has a multidisciplinary and personalised focus on each patient.
A multidisciplinary Personalised Therapeutic Plan (PTI) is drawn up for each case, to generate synergy between the psychiatrist's interventions and those of the psychologist's individual and group therapies. In this way, problems are identified and one learns to manage them in order to consolidate change.
The Programme consists of 3 parts:
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(eng)All cases are evaluated by a psychiatrist, a psychologist and an internist in order to identify and treat any medical problems that the patient may have. In addition, a continuous evaluation of the patient's situation and process is carried out.
A. Individual Therapy:
• Identification of the reason for admission and the making of an Individualised Therapeutic Plan together with the rest of the treatment team.
• Biographical data collection.
• Autobiography. Retrospective analysis of the personal history, identifying patterns in confronting different situations, difficulties in managing stress and other moods and interpersonal, family, work, sentimental relationships. The objective of this procedure is to reconstruct thoughts and create resources that are needed for recovery.
• Developing consciousness of the illness and the level of commitment in one's personal therapeutic process.
• Identification of areas that need work (self-esteem, assertiveness, family, interpersonal and work relationships).
• Relapse prevention.
• Planning by the area with which the individual identifies in his/her current situation.
• Daily schedule during the period of treatment, including work hours, therapeutic activities, physical fitness and healthy life habits.
B. Group Therapy
• Group therapy: group dynamics together with other inpatients.
• Audiovisual therapy: viewing of films, documentaries and conferences with therapeutic content and group discussion about them.
Family interviews are done with the psychiatrist in order to collect information, identify conflicts, do counselling, inform about the use of therapeutic license, and create strategies to confront situations and post-demission follow-up.