Grupo de psicoterapia para pacientes con adicciones hospitalizados en tiempos de la COVID-19

Magalí Andreu Mondon, María Teresa Pons Cabrera, Lourdes Navarro Cortés, Pablo Barrio Gimenez


A medida que evoluciona la pandemia de la COVID-19, se ha vuelto cada vez más difícil encontrar un área relacionada con la salud que no se vea afectada por sus consecuencias, ya sea directa o indirectamente (Legido-Quigley et al., 2020). La psicoterapia grupal para pacientes hospitalizados no ha sido una excepción. Este informe describe el recorrido de nuestro grupo de pacientes con adicciones hospitalizados durante la pandemia.

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Grupo de psicoterapia; COVID-19; adicciones; tratamiento hospitalario.

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