I am a Registered Clinical Counsellor (RCC #14385) with a Medical Degree from Buenos Aires, Argentina, and a Master’s Degree in Counselling Psychology (MCP) from the Adler University.
It is my personal believe that to be able to help others with self-awareness, it is imperative that a therapist must have gone themselves through some form of therapy for a considerable amount of time, as it is difficult to apply to others what the therapist has not experienced themselves. In my case, I have participated in years of Freudian psychoanalytical therapy, which has provided me with a more positive and mature understanding of myself, human nature, empathy for others and the world around me.
Working as a physician has helped me understand the importance of mental wellbeing within the medical field as the role of a “helper”. It also taught me how to connect with people from that role and create relations based on empathy.
I enjoy helping people, working with others one-on-one, with couples, family, or in group settings, and making a difference in people’s lives.
My approach to counselling is based on my many years of training in psychodynamic and attachment theory-focused, where I have found the clearest ethical approach to listening to and intervening with human suffering.