Consultant Clinical Psychologist and Psychoanalyst
A moment of crisis may be followed by a profound change in the way we see ourselves, the others and the world. Our old way of understanding things is forever shaken and new questions emerge, sometimes accompanied by an inexplicable suffering.
Psychoanalysis is interested in these questions and this suffering and offers a space to articulate the precise individual meaning that these questions carry for each individual when diagnosis and standard treatments fail to provide the promised cure.
I am a qualified and registered Clinical Psychologist and a trained Psychoanalyst working in both the public and the private sector.
I completed my training as a Clinical Psychologist at the University of Belgrano, Buenos Aires, Argentina, in 1982 and I continuously worked in the fields of psychology, psychiatry and therapy services.
My private practice is open to people requesting individual therapy.
The following are some of the problems people often seek therapy for:
I work as a Consultant Clinical Psychologist in the NHS within a complex trauma service in the North West.
My main field of experience is in the area of complex trauma, providing therapy, consultation and training to individuals and teams.
I provide consultation to Clinical Commissioning Groups (CCG), in the development of teams involved in complex trauma service delivery