Psychologist specialized in neuropsychology and cognitive impairment.
I have always felt a great interest in being able to better understand people’s behavior and that was what led me to want to study the degree in Psychology. During these years at the university, a branch of psychology began to fascinate me: Neuropsychology. This is why I decided to focus my training in this field, on the study of the functioning of the different brain areas and their cognitive, emotional and behavioral effects.
The technique I work with is Neurofeedback, which consists of training the brain to self-regulate and thus improve brain function.
My goal is to help you enhance your skills by accompanying you in the process of self-knowledge through an enriching relationship of empathy, trust and security.