Neuropsychology is a branch of psychology that studies the relationship between mental and behavioural processes and the brain.

Study the effects that an injury, damage or abnormal functioning in the central nervous system causes on the cognitive, psychological, emotional and behavioural processes of the person.

The objective of the neuropsychologist is to diagnose, treat and prevent those cognitive, behavioural and emotional problems that affect the normal functioning of the brain.

Most frequent reasons for consultation:

  • Alterations in cognitive functions: Attention, Memory, Language, Visually perceptive and visually constructive skills, Processing speed, Concrete and abstract reasoning, Executive functions, Spatial and temporal orientation, Academic skills.
  • Cranioencephalic trauma (TBI).
  • Developmental diseases: ADHD, epilepsy, cerebral palsy, etc.
  • Vascular cerebral accidents or strokes (AVC).
  • Degenerative diseases: Alzheimer, multiple sclerosis, Parkinson’s, etc.