• Prevention and Promotion in Mental Health

  • Specialized support for parents and families

  • Psychoemotional guidance and support

  • Specialized diagnoses and treatments

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KIDSTIME BARCELONA

Kidstime is a prevention programme aimed at fostering resilience for the whole family, especially for children whose parents suffer from a mental disorder.

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CHILD AND ADOLESCENT PSYCHOPATHOLOGY AND MENTAL HEALTH MAGAZINE

The Journal, published every six months, has the objective of promoting theoretical knowledge, research, clinical practice and psychiatric care for children and adolescents.

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PRESENTATION OF THE FOUNDATION

The Orienta Foundation is a monographic and specialized institution with over 40 years´ experience in comprehensive community mental healthcare for children, adolescents  and their families. In Catalonia, the foundation is a pioneer in the field of mental health and it aims at becoming an international benchmark.

OUTPATIENT CARE

It is a public service that offers outpatient visits with prevention, diagnostic and assistance interventions.

DAY HOSPITAL FOR ADOLESCENTS

It is a public health facility that offers diagnostic and assistance specialized interventions for adolescents aged between 12 and 17 and their parents, facing critical situations.  The service is managed through partial hospitalization, i.e: only during the day.

CHILD AND ADOLESCENT MENTAL HEALTH

The Orienta’t section provides professionals and users in general with a space to briefly and rigorously expose and disseminate health-related topics.

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LATEST NEWS

The updated information is available in Spanish and Catalan.

Entrevista a Eulalia Anglada en CTXT

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En @CTXT, el 29 de abril fue publicada una entrevista de nuestra compañera Eulalia Anglada, Psiquiatra infantil y Terapeuta familiar del Hospital de día para adolescentes de Gavà (Fundació Orienta).

VI Jornadas en Salud Mental bajo el título «Detección e intervención precoz. Claves para la salud mental del futuro ».

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El pasado 21 de febrero en el Centro Cultural la Bòbila de l'Hospitalet de Llobregat, tuvo lugar las VI Jornadas en Salud Mental, organizadas por Benito Menni CASM de Hermanas Hospitalarias.

Entrevista a Marta Biempica en Radio Sant Boi

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El martes 11 de febrero de 2019 en "Días de Radio" (Radio Sant Boi), dentro del Espacio Salud de Mónica Santacreu, fueron entrevistados: Marta Biempica, Meritxell Pi, y Lucas Bolívar, donde explicaron el proyecto #Eduka_Ment de este curso 2019-2020.

TESTIMONIALS

The psychologist that treated us was very professional and friendly; above all she told us that what was happening to our son was not our fault. Not mine, not my husband’s, not anyone’s. It wasn’t the time for looking for someone to blame.

Now, in a very short time, everything has changed. My son is much better.

Anna (Mother)
Anna (Mother)Patient guardian - Centre for Child Mental Health

We went to the psychologist and I really feel like I found someone who would listen to us and wanted to help us. Today, thanks to that visit, I can converse with my daughter. No shouting,  no insults, no disrespect, no door-slamming. I think now that if I could have gone to a psychologist when I was young, my life would have been much easier.

Francesc (Father)
Francesc (Father)Patient guardian - Day Hospital

I remember the first day that I went to the psychologist. I was in the playground playing with my friends and my parents came to get me. I told  him that I often wet the bed.

Since going to the psychologist, I’ve only wet the bed once and that was because I saw a horror film and couldn’t sleep after. I love sleeping over at friends’ houses, when I can stay up at night talking and laughing.

Oriol (Child)
Oriol (Child)Patient - Centre for Child Mental Health

I was surprised because I actually enjoyed going to the psychologist. I felt really comfortable and never felt judged or guilty at all. Now I talk to my mum about things that I would never have dared talk about before.

The best thing is that I’m no longer angry all day long and at college they’ve stopped telling me off. My Catalan teacher never throws me out of the class now and everything seems easier… even my exams.

Marta (Teenager)
Marta (Teenager)Patient - Centre for Child Mental Health