General Health Psychologist, specialized in the treatment of unresolved adverse experiences.
Collegiate num: 26151
The idea that unresolved experiences are related to the difficulties that we can experience in the present, in our day-to-day life, and that they can generate discomfort in the form of anxiety, sadness or irritability, is becoming increasingly scientifically sound.
In recent years I have become interested in learning more about these experiences not processed properly, and I have realized how they can diminish, or even block, our abilities to resolve difficulties and move on; in short, to enjoy a satisfying and full life.
Sometimes it is necessary to help our brain to put these experiences in their proper place, integrated with the rest of life experiences. For this, I have received training in highly effective therapies such as EMDR, Psychodrama or Integrative Psychotherapy.
The therapeutic approach that I use as a basis for individual therapy, due to its good results and speed, is EMDR, recommended in most of the clinical reference guidelines.