The outpatient clinics of the psychiatric division occupy the first floor of the
building and receive something like 23,000 visits a year. The clinics are
classified into different areas and treat a wide range of mental health issues
in order to provide as optimal a response as possible to all those requiring
The adult clinics include general and follow-up clinics, a couples therapy
clinic, a psychogeriatrics clinic, a cognitive impairment and autism unit, a
PTSD unit and a brain stimulation unit, which includes esketamine and ECT
The children’s clinic holds parent guidance workshops, emotional therapies, encopresis, etc., and within the family therapy unit there are clinics for dyadic treatment of mother and child as well as a clinic for the treatment of postpartum depression. The eating disorders clinic is also affiliated to the outpatients department and run by it.
In the outpatient clinics, a professional and dedicated team provides
therapeutic, supportive and rehabilitative solutions for all age groups in order to help patients and enable them to live and function in the community in a healthy and balanced manner.