ESHA Spain

Connecting the Healthcare Industry with the English- Speaking Community in Spain

  • About Us

    The English-Speaking Healthcare Association Spain is a not for profit association, whose mission is to promote excellence and assure the quality of Healthcare attention to the English-Speaking community in Spain. Whilst also promoting the Healthcare industry amongst the English-speaking community.
  • Visit the ESHA Directory

    Visit the ESHA Directory to find your local English speaking health professional. Search for an ESHA approved healthcare provider, either by sector or by location.
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  • Membership

    If you are an English-Speaking Healthcare professional, sign up to become an ESHA Spain approved healthcare business, appear in the ESHA Spain national business directory and get your business noticed
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ESHA Blog

  • Post-Christmas Behavioral Change: What are the processes?

    Post-Christmas Behavioral Change: What are the processes?

    There are many definitions of psychology, but most of them share a common element that defines psychology as a science that seeks to help change. Generally, the objective pursued by a psychologist is that there is, after therapy, a variation of a certain behavior of the person or group that is defined as problematic byRead more

  • Mental health: What’s normal and what’s not

    Mental health: What’s normal and what’s not

    What is considered normal mental health? Patterns of thoughts, feelings, and behaviors can be pointers to seeking help for yourself or a loved one.   What is the difference between normal mental health and mental disorders? Sometimes the answer is clear. But often the distinction is not so obvious. For example, if you are afraidRead more

  • Spain in Therapy

    Spain in Therapy

    Since the beginning of the pandemic, anxiety and depression are four times more prevalent amongst the Spanish populations   We are in a bad way. Mental health professionals have never been so busy. In Spain, 41.9% of the population has suffered sleep problems since the start of the pandemic and 38.7% have felt tired orRead more

  • COVID and the Simpson Paradox

    COVID and the Simpson Paradox

    Alarming data showing the amount of vaccinated people admitted to hospital compared to non-vaccinated people may give rise to concern. This is not a true reflection of the data and partly due to what is known as the Simpson Paradox. The simple conclusion is that if out of 100 hospitalized by Covid, 70 are vaccinatedRead more