| In the week that Mindfirst celebrates its third year of activity, Cecília Almeida, Clinical Director of Mindfirst, emphasises in an interview with Comunica RH that "technology can be an ally of therapy, as far as it facilitates access, but the quality of professionals will always be the factor that will make the difference when helping."
It depends on you to have some gestures that will contribute to creating a better world, where there will be many Christmases in your heart and those you touch. Read the tips from psychologist Suzana Rodrigues.
Inês Manaças, Clinical Psychologist and Psychotherapist at the Mindfirst platform, explains in this article, in a simple but very rigorous way, what depression is after all and how we can know if and when we are depressed or not.
In this article, psychologist Miguel Rodrigues describes returning from vacation and confronting the same issues that we want to change but put off... because change is difficult!
Miguel Rodrigues, a Mindfirst psychologist, discusses the symptoms and causes of panic attacks.
Christmas and New Year's Eve parties encourage some dietary excesses. Take Ana Jorge's advice and implement some measures to mitigate the negative effects of parties. Make the decision to put "health" on the table.
Does you know how to breathe? Our physical, mental, and emotional health are primarily determined by our breathing. This article explains the value of breathing and suggests a practice for developing mindful breathing.
Infidelity, recurring anger, the birth of a child, phases of change, family crises, problems in parent-child relationships. This article by psychologist Carla Abranches outlines the circumstances under which family and marital therapy are advised.
Mindfulness means “full focus” and it can be much more than just meditation. Here, we leave Vera Costa's advice on how to practice mindfulness without meditating.
Are you persistent? How does this state of mind work? What are the enemies to your persistence?
What connection do you have with yourself? What is the extent of your self-knowledge? Challenge yourself to examine and discover yourself. The exercise proposed by clinical psychologist Carolina Trindade in this article was designed to help you.