I am a bilingual Spanish-English clinical psychologist. I have been in practice for over 20 years working with individuals from all walks of life, many of whom are struggling with acculturation, racism and unequal justice. I have a warm and supportive style and I focus on the management of anxiety, depression, impulsivity, interpersonal relationships and boundaries, with the goal of developing personal responsibility and an overall sense of well-being in each of my clients.
I have a dual practice in which I treat adults presenting with a range of personal and interpersonal difficulties and I conduct evaluations and rehabilitation with patients suffering from impulsive disorders. My practice is rooted in psychodynamic theory but adjusted for each individual I work with.
I hold a Psy.D. in Clinical and Community Psychology from Pace University in New York as well as a Master’s degree in Forensic Psychology. I am a licensed clinical psychologist in my country of origin, Argentina, where I trained in psychoanalytic modes of treatment. Much of my clinical training in New York has been at NYU-Bellevue-where I worked with survivors of torture and trauma, individuals with severe personality disorders and was trained in the use of short-term psychotherapeutic techniques.