The link between behaviour and brain.

The Neuropsychology Department offers psychological counselling to a wide range of patients, from adults with neuropsychiatric problems, degenerative disorders, and acquired brain damage to children with neurodevelopmental disorders and learning difficulties.

What is a neuropsychological assessment for?

The neuropsychological assessment makes it possible to define the cognitive and psychological state of the patient, to determine, in a precise manner, the possible existence of lesions or afflictions in the brain that have an impact on the patient's daily life.


A neuropsychological diagnosis can help to identify the presence of early and mild cognitive impairments when they do not yet have an impact on the patient's daily activity.


This early detection is especially important in pathologies such as dementias, as well as in metabolic and toxic processes, in which having tools that facilitate differential diagnosis is a priority.

When should a neuropsychological assessment be carried out?

A neuropsychological assessment is generally recommended when there are suspicions, symptoms, or complaints related to memory, attention, or reasoning.


Diseases of a neurological nature, such as dementia or stroke, often involve changes in concentration, memory, reasoning, and even behaviour and emotions.


Neurocognitive assessments are also performed in psychological and psychiatric illnesses such as schizophrenia, depression, anxiety disorders, obsessive-compulsive disorder (OCD) or addiction disorder, among others, as they often have an impact on a person's cognitive functioning.

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