I am an English speaking psychologist, chilean-british overseas citizen, living in Santiago de Chile. I graduated from Universidad Católica de Chile and in 2012 I completed a Masters Programme specialized in Psychotherapy at Universidad de Chile.
I started working at the Public service, at Hospital el Salvador, Women's and Gender Equality Ministry (SERNAM) , and as chief of the Mental Health Department at Hospital de Quellón in Chiloé Island.
After living abroad and getting to know about therapy experience as an expatriate, I started working at my private practice where I have experience with patients ranging through anxiety, depression, and life issues, to problems related to alcohol and drug abuse and addiction.
Being able to speak your mother tongue can make a difference to your therapy experience. That's why I started Backwater Psychotherapy, a service that can assist foreigners in Santiago de Chile with therapy in English.
Since 2015, I am an International Affiliate Member of the American Psychological Association (APA).
INDIVIDUAL & FAMILY THERAPY
THERAPY CAN BECOME AN OPPORTUNITY TO MAKE A STOP
Going to therapy can be motivated by personal problems, couple/marriage problems, or family issues. In any of these, coming to therapy can help discover together what can be done. It's confidential.