In the human psychosocial model, health is defined as the ultimate state of complete psychological, physical, and social well-being. In the most basic of medical science, the psychology of a person’s mind is often the first indicator that evidences the presence or absence of an illness. This invites the clinical role of psychologists as health providers, who assess, evaluate and help restore the vital relationship of the mind and body.
Most people are well aware of how they feel when a relationship is not satisfying, when they experience a sudden emotionally unsettling event, and when they face interpersonal challenges during work, socializing or at home.
More often, the psychological effects of these events are instinctively dissimulated by the persons' own sense of confidentially and insecurity.
What most people fail to understand is how these emotions physically influence the healthy lifestyle of a person, slowly taking a toll on some of the most vital organs of the human body. At German Heart Center we work with patients presenting cardiovascular problems as a result of psychological disorders and stress symptoms caused by depression, anxiety, excessive stress, and other psychological problems. Below is a list of services we specialize in.