Clinical Psychology

Clinical Psychology provides us with the tools to research, understand, and treat mental conditions and other conditions. It can also help us to improve our potential and development as human beings.

ADHD in Adults: Does it Exist?

Experts originally believed that attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) was a childhood disorder. However, ADHD in adults also exists. Experts also believed that the main symptoms of hyperactivity, impulsivity, and attention difficulties dissipated during adolescence. However, nothing could be further from the…

Excessive Tiredness (Hypersomnia)

Hypersomnia or excessive tiredness affects approximately 4-6% of the population, according to some estimates. It’s a common problem that’s often unidentified, especially by those afflicted by it. People usually mistake it for tiredness and fatigue but it can be due…

The Hamilton Anxiety Rating Scale

The Hamilton Anxiety Rating Scale is one of the most commonly used psychological questionnaires to clarify the degree of anxiety a person suffers from. Therefore, it isn’t a diagnostic instrument but a useful and highly effective resource for assessing the…

Lack of Sleep and its Consequences

Lack of sleep is common in teenagers and adults. In a world saturated by instant gratification, overstimulation, and lack of patience, basic needs such as sleeping are often left on a second plane. Likewise, the constant changes in working hours…

The Glass Delusion

There are people who believe they can shatter into a thousand pieces if someone or something bumps them even slightly. This is the glass delusion. People who suffer from this believe they’re as fragile as glass. The truth is, however,…