My choice to become a therapist is inspired by my own journey and life experiences, and represents the culmination of everything I have learned, the experiences and feelings that have worked for my education, self-knowledge, and development, and my mental resilience.

This is the job I feel I wanted to do when I was little. And although my primary search journey took me to a different field, I realized early on how important a connecting link it was to experientially enhance empathy, observation, focus on bodily expressions, understanding of traumatic aspects, introspection on them that do not confess, to listen to the unspoken of feelings, forgiveness, love, freedom.

I find great joy and meaning in helping people gain knowledge and awareness, gain access to their innate strengths and resources, develop skills and confidence to create a more fulfilling and balanced life.