Spanish psychologist José Rios de León has spent decades studying the psychology of humans.
Now, he has launched a bid for the Spanish presidency.
The 61-year-old is the first person to declare his candidacy and is a member of a newly formed group called the “National Psychologists of Spain” or “Pensos”.
It is a new party, formed from the merger of the “Podemos” (Spanish People’s Party) and “Ciudadanos” (“People’s Party”).
In the run-up to the Spanish general elections next year, the Podemos party, which is also led by Josefina Valls, will contest the polls.
Pensos is a political party that has gained popularity among younger people and has been active in Spain since the early 1990s.
It has also become a force in the Catalan region of Catalonia.
Rios has written extensively about his experiences with psychological problems, including depression and anxiety.
He is the founder of a psychological institute called “Mogro” in the town of Tijuca, near the Spanish border with France, where he has trained and supervised more than 500 psychologists.
The institute, run by a Spanish professor and his staff, has been described as a “psychological hospital”.
In the late 1990s, he was the first to discover that depression could be managed with medication.
His experiences with depression led him to the work of psychotherapist Antonio J. Valenzuela.
“He was a very good friend,” Rios told the AP.
“His knowledge was extraordinary.
He took me to the places of his research and he had a great interest in psychology.” “
It was a fantastic collaboration.
He took me to the places of his research and he had a great interest in psychology.”
Rios said he believed that he was one of the few people in the world who had the knowledge and experience to be able to make an impact on Spain.
“We had an agreement that I would work for him for one year and one year alone,” Rio said.
“That was very, very generous.
I had to sign a contract, which I signed with my life, and that was very hard, but I had the experience, the experience of doing it.”
Riaso started working for Rios in 1995.
“I think we were both born in the early 1960s and have been through the period of a very difficult period of change in the way the country was going through,” he said.
Riasos spent the next 14 years in France, Spain, the United Kingdom and the United States.
He joined the British Psychological Society (BPS) in the mid-1990s and then in 2003 he started working in Spain.
RIASO was the head of the BPS’ clinical psychology division.
“There was no one who knew me who could take me into Spain,” he told the AFP news agency in 2012.
“People knew me from my work in France.
It was just a matter of time until I was called to the position of head of psychiatry in Spain.”
In 2016, he resigned from the BBS, citing personal reasons.
He later joined the Spanish Institute of Psychoanalysis (Isológico para Psychología), which was created to improve the quality of mental health care in Spain and provide psychological help to the general population.
The Isolóagico is not a government body and is independent of government.
It is based in Madrid, which has a population of about 2.3 million.
In Spain, there are three main psychiatric hospitals: Isolato Medellín, Madrid’s largest, and Isolación Universitario, the smallest.
The third is in the capital, Barcelona, with a population around 1.5 million.
Psychiatrists are required to have a doctorate, which they earn by doing research and by working for the public.
Risos is the director of the Institute of Psychotherapy and Psychiatry at the Isolatoría Universitário, which he founded in 2012, but which he said he decided to leave after only three years because he wanted to be an “investor in medicine”.
In a statement, Rios thanked “everyone who has supported my efforts”.
“It has been a privilege to work with you,” he wrote.
“For a time I found it difficult to work in the field of psychiatry.
But it was not a bad choice.
And I was.” “
If the world is looking for a great scientist, you must be in a very, great position.
And I was.”
Risoms health problems Rios’ most recent appointment was in May 2018, when he was appointed as the head and principal investigator of the Isos research programme on depression.
He has been in charge of this