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Psychiatry

Psychiatry

Mental illness is not only schizophrenia or psychosis. This large number of dependencies, which makes it difficult to cope on their own. Depression, neurosis, phobias, psychosomatic disorders, which can only increase, and significantly disrupt everyday human activity.

Diagnostics

Mental illness is not only schizophrenia or psychosis. This large number of dependencies, which makes it difficult to cope on their own. Depression, neurosis, phobias, psychosomatic disorders, which can only increase, and significantly disrupt everyday human activity. Speaking of children, child psychiatry deals with such problems as autism, developmental delay, attention deficit disorder. Any of the mental and psychological disorders requires attention and proper treatment.

For examination of patients with mental disorders use:

  • computer and magnetic resonance tomography of the brain;
  • electro-, REO - and echoencephalography;
  • ultrasonic diagnostics of head and neck vessels;
  • examination the ophthalmologist and other specialists, if necessary.

Treatment

Get mental health care in Israel, you can:

  1. Without a long wait, when in the appropriate office space becomes available.
  2. In a comfortable environment.
  3. Confidentially, without registration and without any further problems with possible restriction of rights.
  4. Sufficient time so as not only to hold the main course of treatment, but also long-term rehabilitation that aims to stabilize the condition of the client and to eliminate the risk of relapse.

Types of mental health care:

  • psychological and psychiatric care in the outpatient setting;
  • treatment in a day hospital;
  • inpatient treatment including private offices for those categories of patients, the condition which threatens their own lives and the lives of others;
  • rehabilitation for persons with various forms of addiction, victims of violence, combatants;
  • observation of severely ill patients in terms of hostels.

Clinics in this area

Sheba Medical Center

Sheba Medical Center

Ramat Gan State Hospital
Hadassah Medical Center

Hadassah Medical Center

Jerusalem Proprietary hospital
Ziv Medical Center

Ziv Medical Center

Safed State Hospital
Bnai Zion Medical Center

Bnai Zion Medical Center

Haifa State Hospital
Hillel Yaffe Medical Center

Hillel Yaffe Medical Center

Hadera State Hospital
Shaar Menashe Mental Health Center

Shaar Menashe Mental Health Center

Sha'ar Menashe State Hospital
Barzilai Medical Center

Barzilai Medical Center

Ashkelon State Hospital
The Jerusalem mental health center

The Jerusalem mental health center

Jerusalem State Hospital
Mazra Mental Health Center

Mazra Mental Health Center

Acre State Hospital
Abarbanel Mental Health Center

Abarbanel Mental Health Center

Bat Yam State Hospital
Tirat Carmel Mental Health Center

Tirat Carmel Mental Health Center

Tirat Carmel State Hospital
Geha Mental Health Center

Geha Mental Health Center

Petah Tikva State Hospital
Shalvata Mental Health Center

Shalvata Mental Health Center

Hod Hasharon State Hospital
Medical center Sarah Herzog

Medical center Sarah Herzog

Jerusalem State Hospital
Horev Medical Center

Horev Medical Center

Haifa State Hospital
Matzpen Mental Health Center

Matzpen Mental Health Center

Tel Aviv Proprietary hospital

News and articles of medicine Israel

15 September 2016 Second-generation survivors whose parents were babies during Holocaust at high risk of severe schizophrenia Second-generation survivors whose parents were babies during Holocaust at high risk of severe schizophrenia

Results of a new study at the University of Haifa have found that no difference in the risk of developing schizophrenia between second-generations Holocaust survivors and those whose parents were not exposed to the Holocaust.

13 September 2016 Training the brain to combat stress Training the brain to combat stress

While there are ways to train the brain to manage stress and other emotional responses, such techniques do not work for everyone and are not always highly accessible. Now, a new study reveals the development of a new tool that could bring self-regulation of brain activity to a much wider audience.

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