Psychodynamic Therapy, Cognitive and Behavioural Therapy
English - Spanish
A few words about me
My journey as a psychologist started in my home country: Venezuela, where I did my Bachelor's and gained experience proving support to clients with mild psychological complaints and facilitating psychoeducational workshops for groups at risk of increased violence.
While doing so, I had the opportunity to witness first hand the important role that clinical psychologists play in difficult contexts and how they can positively impact people’s lives, working alongside them to make their burdens less heavy and more easily managed, even during the darkest times.
After a couple of years, I came to The Netherlands to complete a Master's in Clinical Psychology at Utrecht University. Throughout it, I conducted research on migration-related grief and mental health, and also had the opportunity to work as an intern psychologist in AntiLoneliness.
I have a particular interest in working with individuals experiencing challenges associated with living away from their homes, as well as grief or trauma-related complaints.
Overall, I have an interest in working alongside clients who are looking for support and wish to find and give meaning to their experience to gain well-being.