Clinica Ricardo Palma puts at your disposal highly trained clinical psychologists to evaluate, diagnose and treat psychological problems with different techniques. Each specialist cares for a specific group of patients, whether they are children, adolescents or adults, individually, as a couple or as a family, adjusting the therapy to the age and type of pathology of each patient. For example: play therapy, humanistic therapy, cognitive-behavioral therapy, among others.
“One of the vocational guidance tests in adolescents that we carry out in our clinic is the Holland test, which can give an idea of which career to study, depending on your characteristics,” says Dr. Carmen Bravo de Rueda, a prominent psychologist with a master’s degree in clinical psychology and family. This test divides personalities into six groups and relates them to different careers and professions:
- Realistic. They are dynamic, practical, active, patient and constant. This personality type is comfortable doing work that requires movement. They can be developed in areas such as architecture, engineering, agriculture or carpentry
- Researcher. They are passionate about observation and analysis, and they always try to find answers or solutions. These traits are distinguished in economists, physicists, and chemists
- Social. They are empathetic and communicative. They like to help and serve people and interact with them. Teachers, psychologists, nurses, doctors and communicators are related to this profile
- Artistic. Its representative features are creativity, originality and independence. They are usually impulsive and emotional. These characteristics can be appreciated in painters, sculptors, musicians, actors and dancers.
- Entrepreneur. They have leadership and persuasion skills. They are competitive and have the ability to communicate. Who likes business shows these skills
- Conventional. They pay attention to details, are orderly, organized and logical. Among the careers related to this personality are administration and finance
Our specialist remarks that, in addition to personality, the interests and tastes of each person must also be taken into account.
Dr. Carmen Bravo de Rueda
Psychologist at Clínica Ricardo Palma