The team of psychologists from Triora MonteAlminara: Antonio Soto, Natalia de Miguel and Vicente Pérez have published an interesting article in Psychologist Papers, the official publication of the General Council of Psychology in Spain. In it they present their experience regarding the treatment and presentation of addictions to Information and Communication Technologies (ICTs) and detail how these are treated in the Triora MonteAlminara clinic (Málaga).
Under the title, “AN APPROACH TO ADDICTION TO NEW TECHNOLOGIES: A PROPOSAL FOR PREVENTION IN THE SCHOOL ENVIRONMENT, REHABILITATION AND TREATMENT”, Triora’s professional team explains how the steep progress of information and communication technologies (ICTs) has generated, along with countless benefits to society, changes in our lifestyle habits that are not always easy to assimilate in a healthy way. These habits are a breeding ground in which poor and dysfunctional uses of ICT can develop, leading to behavioural addictions.
This paper from Triora MonteAlminara’s team of psychologists, published both in Spanish and English, includes 2 main approaches. Firstly, prevention in social and educational centres, focusing on the young, their family and the teaching community; and secondly, treatment for those who suffer from this addiction, including therapeutic admission, family orientation and outpatient treatment. All of these therapies can be undertaken on an individual or group basis, depending upon the needs of each case.
Triora’s addiction care is one of the most successful ways to overcome addiction. Using the unique Triora Model, we treat body, mind and soul to help you and your loved ones regain a meaningful life. Our professional staff provide discrete inpatient and outpatient rehabilitation to people like you from the pleasant surroundings of our private recovery clinics in Alicante and Malaga, Spain.