General Health Psychologist
Collegiate No B-03232
I always say that being a psychologist for me was a matter of luck or fate, whatever you want to call it. I enrolled with the hope of getting a better grade to enter another career, but I stayed because I fell in love with this discipline.
As soon as I had the opportunity, I did not hesitate to specialize in sexology at the University of Seville. I have always had a special bond with this area, not only because I think it is necessary to talk about sensitive issues, but also because, for me, it means providing help to an often forgotten community, the LGBTIQ+.
However, sexology is not my only passion. Shortly after I graduated in sexology I specialized in general health psychology through the International University of Valencia, not only to expand my knowledge, but because I realized that clinical psychology, direct contact with the patient and direct participation in their improvement, was what I really enjoyed.
Thorugh my internships I have been able to work with different collectives such as in Atura’t (underage sex offenders), Amadip (intellectual and/or physical disability) or in private practice. Since then, it was clear to me that my place was in consultation and I have been doing it for a few years now.
My training is continuous and I like to dedicate to each case the attention and care necessary so people receive individualized and adequate attention.
We all seek the same thing in life, be happy. Helping other on the way to happiness is a part of mine.
Degree in Psychology
University of the Balearic Islands (UIB)
Master’s Degree in General Health Psychology
International University of Valencia
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University of Seville
Further remarkable training:
Prevention and fight against gender violence.
Continuing Education Commission of the Health Professions of the National Health System.
Participation in the XXI conference of psychology 2014.
Participation in the Atura’t (assessment and treatment of adolescent sex offenders) 2018 conference.
Article published in the journal Infancia, juventud y ley (2017): Empathy in adolescent sexual aggressors.
Work experience with different groups:
• Attention to people with sexual dysfunctions.
• Attention to the LGBTIQ+ community (gender and sexual diversity).
• Couple counceling
• Sex education to adults and adolescents
• Groups with problems related to general psychology (anxiety, depression, self-esteem, OCD, grief, eating disorders…)