Psychosocial care teams: professionals trained in providing caring, humane support

  • WHAT THEY ARE

    Psychosocial Care Teams (PCT) belong to non-profit organisations and are made up of doctors, psychologists, nurses, social workers, pastoral workers and volunteers.

    ”la Caixa” currently has 42 PCTs consisting of over 220 professionals present in all of Spain's autonomous regions.

  • WHAT WE DO

    Via our programme, the Psychosocial Care Teams receive the training and guidance required to carry out their work of supporting people with advanced diseases in hospitals and at home.

    Their valuable service improves the emotional health of both patients and their relatives, making a huge difference at such a delicate time as the end of life. In fact, a study by the Catalan Institute of Oncology shows that the work carried out by a PCT leads to a statistically significant improvement in levels of anxiety, sadness and unease among sick people and their families.

  • PTC PLATFORM

    If you're a professional on the programme or a member of any of the Psychosocial Care Teams, visit our online collaborative work platform.

Alma, la red social social

lunes, 9 mar. 2020

La muerte, un tabú en nuestra sociedad

La muerte parece ser un tabú social, pero es una etapa más de la vida y, cuando se acerca, es importante sentirse acompañado. Javier Barbero es asesor del Programa para la Atención Integral a Personas con Enfermedades Avanzadas de ”la Caixa”.