Mental Health and Addictions Parc Taulí offers specialized care to people with mental health problems, aimed at families and the community and at the same time articulates interventions with other public and private services.
It is one of the seven centers of the Parc Taulí Health Corporation. It has, along with four others, centralized management within the Corporation: Hospital de Sabadell, Albada Social and Health Center, Parc Taulí Primary Care and Dependency Care). The other two centers have their own legal personality: UDIAT Center Diagnostic SA and Sabadell Gent Gran SA, of which the Corporation is the sole partner.
The World Health Organization has forecasted that mental health problems will be one of the main health problems in the European Region in the coming years. It is estimated that 25% of the population has a mental health problem throughout their lives. In this context, we present the main reasons for consulting the Parc Taulí Mental Health Center, the main reasons for psychiatric hospitalization and the most common diagnoses at discharge.
Main reasons for consulting our center
Adult Mental Health Service
Adaptive disorders. Maladaptive reactions to identifiable psychosocial factors (situations of mourning, divorce, marital separation, employment difficulties, economic crises, retirement, failure to achieve personal goals, etc.). These are issues that cause GPs to consult, and it is this who decides if there are reasons for referral to mental health.
Affective disorders, anxiety and depression. They should not be confused with the experiences of anxiety and sadness inherent in human existence and which in no case can be considered as psychiatric disorders.
Children and Youth Mental Health Service
- Behavioral problems. When they are constant and disrupt coexistence within the family and school environment.
- Problems in learning
- Serious behaviors of a violent nature
- Affective disorders
Reasons for psychiatric hospitalization
Severe psychiatric pathology that, due to its clinical decompensation, cannot be stabilized on an outpatient basis and / or there is a risk that life-threatening attacks or dangerous behavior in the environment may occur. Abandonment of basic habits is also a cause for admission, which may occur, for example, in some severe depression or in some psychotic disorders.
Most common diagnoses at discharge
- Schizophrenic disorder
- Severe mood disorders (or affective disorders)
- Personality disorders
Ct. Clinical and Mental Health and Addiction Management.
Clinical and Management Committee for Mental Health and Addictions Parc Taulí
Siddarta Baqué Sack
Psychotic Disorders Coordination
Eugenio Berlanga Staircase
Head of Postgraduate Teaching Studies
Lluís Blanch Torra
Research and Innovation Management
Narcís Cardoner Alvarez
Head of Community Mental Health Area and OSAMCAT
Ana Isabel Cebrià Mecca
Adult Psychology Coordination
Ramon Coronas Borri
Coordination of the Specialized Service in Mental Health and Intellectual Disability (SESMDI)
Esther Cortés Daza
Head of the Social Work Unit
Sara Crivillés Mas
Coordination of Affective Disorders and Anxiety
Josep M. Crosas Armengol
Coordination of SRC Antaviana
Director of Patient Management and Citizen Care
Child and Adolescent Community Mental Health Coordination
Rebeca Grace Liso
Psiq Hospitalization Coordination. Children and Youth
Albert Barn Lazarus
Chief of Mental Health Nursing
Eva Lopez Baena
Technical Secretariat / Coordination in the administrative field
Erika Martínez Amorós
Coordination of Adult Hospitalization and Psychiatric Emergencies
Carmen Massons Capdevila
Coordination of Drug Addictions
Itziar Montalvo Aguirrezabala
Community Mental Health Community Hospitalization Coordinator
Diego Palao Vidal
Direction of Mental Health Parc Taulí
Montserrat Pàmias Massana
Head of Child and Youth Mental Health Area
Isabel Maria Parra Uribe
Head of Adult Hospitalization and Psychiatric Emergencies
Joaquim Puntí Vidal
Coordination of Child and Adolescent Psychology and the Adolescent Day Hospital
Miguel Angel Ruiz Domingo
Head of Cost Accounting
Director of Mental Health Parc Taulí
Diego Palao Vidal