Tag: Clinical Psychology

Simple Schizophrenia: What Is It?

Simple schizophrenia is a subtype of schizophrenia introduced by the Swiss psychiatrist Eugen Bleuler. This is a diagnosis not without controversy; the debate is still open as to whether or not to include it as such in the different reference manuals (DSM, CIE …). Currently, simple schizophrenia only exists as a diagnostic category in the

5 Types Of Psychotic Disorders

All psychotic disorders lead the person suffering from them to lose contact with reality. This is why hallucinations or delusions will be the most characteristic symptoms of any psychotic disorder. But are delusions and hallucinations exactly the same? In the first place, delusions are anomalous beliefs in the sense that their content is strange, improbable

Suicide Prevention

Can suicide be predicted? Can we be effective in your prediction? Although this behavior, like all human behavior, is complex and involves many variables with different weight, there are some indicators that can guide us towards its detection and prevention. Some populations may be considered at risk and some circumstances as risk factors, or possible