Alicia Fraile Martin

Alicia Fraile Martín

Alicia Fraile Martin
Division of Medicine
Dra. Alicia Fraile Martín
Languages: English and Spanish
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Alicia Fraile Martin
Division of Medicine
Dra. Alicia Fraile Martín
Languages: English and Spanish
  • MD Degree Universidad de Valladolid.
  • Psychiatrist specialist.

Alicia always considered Medicine as her second love; her first one, without a doubt, were books, which she saw as an opportunity to discover new worlds, people, and lives. Along the road she also realized that mastering English meant a huge expansion of possibilities and could be the icing on the cake on her future ahead.

She studied Medicine in Valladolid and during the summers of those years and thanks to the International Students Exchange Program, she had the chance to appreciate the practice of Medicine in other countries: Zagazig (Egypt), Mount Sinai Hospital (New York, USA) and Torino (Italy). With this, Alicia was also able to become aware of cultural differences and the fact that, despite everything background and life experiences, all patients have the same needs.

After passing the MIR exam with flying colors, Psychiatry was her choice in the Hospital 12 de Octubre in Madrid, where the great volume of population and the excellent medical services assured a wide range of challenges and training to become a general psychiatrist. Alicia dedicated her special training to neuropsychiatry in the city of London at the National Hospital for Neurology and Neurosurgery, where she acquired experience in the treatment of the psychiatric consequences of neurological diseases such as Parkinson’s, Alzheimer’s, epilepsy, among others.

When she finished the specialty training her first job took her to Complejo Asistencial Bennito Menni of Hermanas Hospitalarias in Ciempozuelos (Madrid) which allowed her to get a fuller picture of Psychiatry (chronic patients, institutionalized for schizophrenia, learning disabilities, autism and more). Later on, she became a member of the nascent Brain Damage Unit Hospital Beata M.ª Ana, a landmark centre for the treatment of stroke and traumatic brain injuries. It was then when she really understood how relevant the psychiatric care is, specially of the patients suffering from the devastating consequences and side effects of their conditions.

Her work in Hospital Fremap de Majadahonda from 2008 to 2022 was dedicated to the assessment, diagnosis and treatment of mental disorders secondary to traumatological and medical diseases considered work-related (severe traumatic injuries and brain damage), as well as chronic pain (complex regional pain syndrome, chronic low back pain, neuropathic pain and others) and the psychiatric disorders exclusively work-related (particularly post-traumatic stress disorder). The treatment of patients with disabilities requires to tame your gaze to be able to grasp the person as a whole, paying attention not only to their
difficulties, but also to their strengths and with the aim of enhancing them, always keeping the person in sight.

After a family relocation, she went to Alicante, where she was part of the Public Health System (Centro de Salud Mental Altabix, Elche, and Santa Pola), and just like in her daily work in Frema, Alicia cared for patients suffering from the most frequent mental disorders: anxiety, depression, insomnia, obsessive-compulsive disorder. She repeatedly asserts that she likes taking patients off medication much better than putting them on medication, and using as less as possible, choosing the drug with the most appropriate profile for each individual patient.

In the last 12 years she has combined her clinical job with the translation from English to Spanish of medical texts for GEA editorial, which allows her to maintain her medical English updated as well as staying informed of the numerous advances in the field of Medicine.

To our Sinews team, Alicia brings a great deal of experience with patients who suffer from medical problems and neurological disorders, which allows to treat each person as a whole and offer them integral solutions from a humanist standpoint.

  • 2009-2013. Specialist in Psychiatry by Clínica Universidad de Navarra, May 2013. Pamplona - Spain.
  • 2006. Health Management degree by Universidad de La Sabana, December 2006. Chía - Colombia.
  • 1999-2006. Medical doctor degree - Bachelor in Science by Universidad de La Sabana, December 2006. Chía - Colombia. Degree approved by the Spanish Education and Science Ministry on November 22nd 2007.
  • June 2020 - Currently | Psychiatrist. Sinews MTI, Madrid - Spain.
  • September 2015 - October 2020 | Psychiatrist. UMA (Unidad Médica Angloamericana), Madrid - Spain.
  • September 2015 - October 2020 | Medical Advisor, Repatriation expert psychiatrist. Euro-Center Madrid, Madrid - Spain.
  • May 2015 - September 2020 | Psychiatrist. ATAM Association (Association created by Telefónica for people with disabilities), Pozuelo de Alarcón, Madrid - Spain.
  • September 2013 - May 2015 | Psychiatrist (Afdelingslæge). Aalborg Universitetshospital, Psykiatrien, Region
    Nordjylland – Denmark.
  • May 2009 - May 2013 | Resident. Psychiatry and Clinical Psychology Department, Clínica Universidad de Navarra. Pamplona, Navarra - Spain.
  • April 2008 - April 2009 | General Practitioner. Nursery home “El Balconcillo”, AMMA group. Guadalajara, Castilla la Mancha – Spain.
  • February 2008 - April 2009 | General Practitioner in primary care and emergency room. Clínica Dr. Sanz Vázquez, Guadalajara – Spain.
  • March 2007 - November 2007 | General Practitioner at the intermediate care unit. Atención Médica Especializada. Bogotá D. C. – Colombia.
  • February 2007 - October 2007 | General Practitioner in primary care and emergency room. Hospital Centro Oriente II Nivel, E. S. E. Secretaría de Salud de Bogotá, D. C. Bogotá D. C. – Colombia.
  • February 2006 - May 2006 | Observer. Division of Translational Neuroscience Research in Schizophrenia at the University of Texas
    Southwestern School of Medicine in the University of Texas – Southwestern Medical Center. Dallas, Texas - USA.
  • Baquero Mahecha G. A. “Psychiatric patients also travel around the world: What we should know to help them travel safely” 19th WPA World Congress of Psychiatry, Lisbon – Portugal, August 21th - 24th, 2019.
  • Viteri G., Garin A. Slon P., Etxano Cantera J., Baquero G. A., Pla J., Domínguez P., Zubieta J. L., García-Eulate R. “Depression in elderly: a DTI study of white matter abnormalities with two control groups” at the European Congress of Radiology, Vienna – Austria, march 7th to 11th, 2013.
  • Caicedo C., Baquero G. A., Prieto E., Ortuño F., Arbizu J., Pla-Vidal J. “Prevention of late-life depression: a 18FDG PET study” during the XII Annual Meeting of the International College of Geriatric Psychoneuropharmacology (ICGP) shared with the Spanish Society of Psychogeriatrics XIX Annual Meeting (SEPG), held in Seville – Spain, october 24th to 27th, 2012.
  • Póster: Baquero Mahecha G. A., Marin J. J., Garin A., Borro D., García-Eulate M. R., Pla-Vidal J. “Prevention of depression in elderly: factors in clinical research.” during the Annual Meeting of the American Association for Geriatric Psychiatry (AAGP), held in Washington, D. C. - USA, march 16th to 19th, 2012.
  • Pla-Vidal J., Garin Muga A., Baquero Mahecha G. A., Marin Méndez J. J., Suárez López P., Sánchez Ostiz Gutierrez R. “Prevención de la depresión en ancianos: estudio de factores clínicos”, en el 54 Congreso de la Sociedad Española de Geriatría y Gerontología, celebrado en Santiago de Compostela – España, del 6 al 8 de junio de 2012.
  • Baquero Mahecha G. A., Marin J. J., Molero P., Corte P., Gómez J. A., Cózar G., Pla J. “Implicación pronostica del deterioro cognitivo en los pacientes geriátricos que ingresan en una unidad psiquiátrica de agudos”, en el XV Congreso Nacional de Psiquiatría, celebrado en Oviedo – España del 8 al 11 de noviembre de 2011.
  • Gómez J. A., Cano A., Martín R., Lahortiga F., Cózar G., Baquero Mahecha A. “Aspectos relacionados con la eficacia del tratamiento en las disfunciones conyugales”, en el XV Congreso Nacional de Psiquiatría, celebrado en Oviedo – España del 8 al 11 de noviembre de 2011.
  • Cózar G., Cano A., Gómez J. A., Baquero G. A. “¿Influye en el número de reingresos el tratamiento inicial de los trastornos afectivos psicóticos?”, en el XV Congreso Nacional de Psiquiatría, celebrado en Oviedo – España del 8 al 11 de noviembre de 2011.
  • Marin Méndez J. J., Baquero Mahecha A., Molero Santos P., Corte de Paz P., Cózar Santiago G., Pla-Vidal J. “Estudio del deterioro cognitivo previo como posible mediador fisiopatológico de la asociación entre los trastornos afectivos y la evolución a demencia”, en la XVIII Reunión de la Sociedad Española de
    Psicogeriatría, celebrada en Madrid – España del 6 al 8 de octubre de 2011.
  • Cózar Santiago G., Cano A., Baquero A., Dívar M., Lacunza C., “Intentos autolíticos en urgencias. ¿Lo hacemos bien?”, en Encuentros en Psiquiatría,
    celebrada en Sevilla – España del 1 al 2 de abril de 2011.
  • Cozár G, Cano Prous A., Gómez Sánchez J. A., Yurrita Montesinos S., Baquero Mahecha G. A. “Diagnóstico de trastorno mental en una muestra de
    universitarios” en el XIV Congreso Nacional de Psiquiatría, celebrado en Barcelona – España, del 18 al 23 de Octubre de 2010.
  • Baquero GA, Molero P, Pla J, Ortuño F. “A schizophrenia-like psychotic disorder secondary to an arachnoid cyst remitted with neurosurgical treatment of the cyst”. Open Neuroimag J. 2014; 8: 1–4. Publicado online Feb 21, 2014. doi: 10.2174/1874440001408010001.
  • Baquero Mahecha G. A., Pla Vidal J. Libro: Psicogeriatría, una visión integral del envejecimiento humano, capitulo: “Terapia Electro convulsiva en Ancianos”. ISBN: 978-958-99242-3-5
  • Dívar Conde M., Laspra Solís C., Cozár Santiago G., Baquero Mahecha G. A., Libro: Casos clínicos de residentes de Psiquiatría 14, caso “Por qué callas”. ISBN: 978-84-7989-705-5, ISSN: 1699-4639.
  • Cozár Santiago G., Baquero Mahecha G. A., Dívar Conde M., Gómez Sánchez J. A., Libro: Casos clínicos de residentes de Psiquiatría 14, caso “Mente fuerte, músculo débil”. ISBN: 978-84-7989-705-5, ISSN: 1699-4639.
  • Baquero Mahecha G. A., Cozár Santiago G., Gómez Sánchez J. A., Dívar Conde M., Libro: Casos clínicos de residentes de Psiquiatría 14, caso “Persecución con causa”. ISBN: 978-84-7989-705-5, ISSN: 1699-4639.
  • Gómez Sánchez J. A., Baquero Mahecha G. A., Cozár Santiago G., Libro: Casos clínicos de residentes de Psiquiatría 14, caso “Pensar antes que actuar”. ISBN: 978-84-7989-705-5, ISSN: 1699-4639.
  • Baquero Mahecha G. A., Dívar Conde M. Libro: Casos clínicos de residentes de Psiquiatría 13, caso “Corazón, corazón”. ISBN: 978-84-7989-640-9, ISSN:
  • Tutoring of Medical School Students’ at Aalborg Universitetshospital on Psychiatry. April 2014 – April 2015.
  • Tutoring of Psychiatry residents at Aalborg Universitetshospital. April 2014 – April 2015.
  • Teaching and tutoring of Psychiatry to 5th year Medical School Students’ at Universidad de Navarra. May 2009 – May 2013.
  • Seminary of psychotic disorders, depressive disorders, anorexia and bulimia in the subject of Clinical Practice III. 2010 - 2011 and 2011 and 2012 academic years of Medical School at Universidad de Navarra.
  • Preparation and Skills Development Objective Structured Test (ECOE) of 5th and 6th year of Medicine School at Universidad de Navarra.

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Guillermo Gabarain

Guillermo Gabarain

Guillermo Gabarain
Division of Psychology, Psychotherapy and Coaching
Guillermo Gabarain
Adults and couples
Languages: English and Spanish
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Guillermo Gabarain
Division of Psychology, Psychotherapy and Coaching
Guillermo Gabarain
Adults and couples
Languages: English and Spanish
  • General Health Psychologist.
  • Degree in Psychology, San Jose State University, San José, California, EEUU.
  • Masters Degree in Marriage and Family Therapy, Santa Clara University, California, EEUU.

Although Guillermo was born in San Sebastián (Basque Country), he has lived in different parts of Spain and the United States, which is why he considers himself multicultural, bilingual and somewhat nomadic. During the last years he has lived and worked between Madrid and Miami, which allows him to be in contact with different cultures.

One of his greatest interests from a young age was to understand how our personality develops, what motivates us to be the way we are, and why we behave in a certain way. He also wondered why some people seem to be happier and more adaptable to life’s circumstances than others. Guillermo was able to convert this interest in people into his vocation and professional career, which he has been doing for more than 20 years. In 1996, Guillermo graduated from San Jose State University (California) with a degree in Clinical Psychology and in 2001 completed a Master’s Degree in Marriage and Family Therapy at Santa Clara University (California).

Throughout these years, Guillermo has come to the conclusion that people are constantly changing and evolving. Who we are and how we behave is not only a product of genetics and the experiences we live, but also of our values, of what we believe is most important.

What Guillermo values ​​most personally at the moment are his family and personal relationships, since these give him security, love and affection, a space for growth and structure. Another essential value for him is «experience». Perhaps because he has been an expatriate all his life, he needs to face new challenges and meaningful experiences that allow him to continue learning and growing. «Humanism», or in other words, solidarity and interest in people, is what motivates him in his vocation and gives meaning to his work as a psychologist. Helping and guiding his clients on their way to a satisfying life consistent with his vision, is for him, his «daily bread.» Finally, he also considers «effort» essential: feeling that he has given his best, since sometimes the results are not completely in our hands.

During his training in California, Guillermo specialized in Mental Health diseases (Depression, Bipolarity, Anxiety, Personality, etc.), carried out research in the area of ​​multiculturalism and actively participated in promoting a health system open to immigrants and the minorities. Recognizing the importance of the family in the Latino culture, he delved into the study of Systemic Theories and worked with several organizations providing training to low-income families in communication, organization and education issues.

At the turn of the millennium, Guillermo returned to Madrid (Spain) with the aim of providing his children with family warmth and cultural roots. Professionally, he specialized in the treatment of addictions and drug dependencies, working as a clinical psychologist and supervisor of several programs (Hospital and Intensive). Undoubtedly, for Guillermo this work was wonderful because, as he says, his clients taught him the great achievements that we are capable of achieving. Working with people severely addicted to alcohol, cannabis, heroin, tranquilizers, cocaine, and other stimulants, he witnessed extraordinary recoveries.

Perhaps one of the experiences that changed him the most was developing a Family Care Program in the Neonatal Unit (NICU) at the 12 de Octubre Hospital in Madrid, where he supported parents of newborns and premature babies (24 weeks) or with serious illnesses. This pioneering program in Spain assisted many families during the arduous and painful process of staying in a NICU.

In the year 2012, Guillermo decided to migrate with his family back to the United States with the aim of continuing his professional development, and give his children the opportunity to live abroad, learn another language and culture. During the following 6 years, Guillermo had the opportunity to collaborate on numerous projects, from working at the Florida International University (FIU) guiding university students, or implementing a Mental Health and Addiction Treatment program for HIV/AIDS patients, to help immigrants in deportation proceedings or applying for asylum in a humanitarian way.

During this last stay in the US, Guillermo has also acquired training and experience in the Gottman Method of Couples Therapy and the Emotionally Focused Couples Therapy (EFCT) from Dr. Sue Johnson. These scientifically validated therapeutic models help couples to experience and share their emotions and basic emotional needs, and structure new interactions between the members of the couple or the family, in a way that creates a more secure bond. In addition, couples learn what the pillars of a healthy relationship are, and develop the tools to maintain a satisfactory, balanced relationship consistent with their values ​​and needs.

Recently, Guillermo returned to Madrid with his family. Although he continues to collaborate with projects in Miami, assisting clients with complicated immigration situations, he has been collaborating with SINEWS since 2022, with the aim of continuing to develop as a psychologist and coach, and to continue contributing wherever it is needed. He has recently completed training as an Executive Coach and obtained the PCC certification through the “International Coaching Federation” (ICF).

Guillermo’s fundamental objective as a professional is to help his clients find solutions to their problems, and to develop the necessary tools to overcome complex situations and regain balance on their own.

  • 1996 - Bachelor Degree in Clinical Psychology
    San Jose State University, San José, California, EEUU
  • 2001 - Masters Degree in Marriage and Family Therapy (Counseling Psychology)
    Santa Clara University, California, EEUU
  • Psychologist, Adults and Couples: Instituto Europeo de Psicología Positiva (IEPP), (3 years).
  • Psychologist in Private Practice, Adults, Adolescents and Couples, (15 years).
  • Clinical Therapist, Florida International University, (2 years).
  • Child and Adolescents Clinical Therapist, Chrysalis Health, (1 year y a half).
  • Clinical Services Supervisor, Care Resource, (3 years).
  • Program Supervisor / Psychologist, Neonatology Department - Hospital Universitario 12 de Octubre, (1 year).
  • Assistant Director / Addictions Psychologist, CAID de Móstoles - Fundación Salud y Comunidad, (3 years).
  • Addictions Psychologist, TAVAD - Tratamientos Avanzados de la Adicción ,(1 year and a half).
  • Mental Health Therapist, Gardner Family Care Corporation, (3 years).
  • Mental Health Therapist / Coordinator, Momentum for Mental Health, (4 years).
  • Abreu, J.M., & Gabarain, G. (2000). Social Desirability and Mexican-American Counselor Preferences: Statistical Control for a Potential Confound. Journal of Counseling Psychology, 47, No. 2, 165-176.

  • Agencia Antidroga de la Comunidad de Madrid. Título: «Factores psicológicos asociados a la efectividad en la retirada de Metadona»
    January 2007 – June 2009
  • Department of Psychology, SJSU (San Jose, California). Título: «Social desirability and Mexican American counselor preferences: Statistical control for a potential confound»
    October 1995 – June 1997

  • Gottman Method in Couples Therapy, Gottman Institute, EEUU (2018).
  • Executive Coaching, Escuela Europea de Coaching, Madrid (2010 y 2020).
  • Advanced Psychotherapy Skills Training, Consejería de Sanidad de la Comunidad de Madrid (2007).
  • Family Wellnes : Certified Instructor, Family Wellness Corp, EEUU (1999).
  • Crisis Intervention Specialist : Certified Instructor, Crisis Intervention Institute, Inc., EEUU, (1997).

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Gema Rubio Herranz

Dra. Gema Rubio Herranz

Gema Rubio Herranz
Division of Psychology, Psychotherapy and Coaching
Dra. Gema Rubio Herranz
Founding Partner
Adults and couples
Language: Spanish
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Gema Rubio Herranz
Division of Psychology, Psychotherapy and Coaching
Dra. Gema Rubio Herranz
Founding Partner
Adults and couples
Language: Spanish
  • Bachelor Degree in Psychology from the Complutense University of Madrid.
  • Master in Clinical and Health Psychology from the Complutense University of Madrid.
  • Certificate of Advanced Studies in Experimental Clinical Psychology from the Complutense University of Madrid.
  • Doctorate in Psychology (cum laude) from the Complutense University of Madrid.

Gema Rubio Herranz es psicóloga general sanitaria de adultos y parejas. Su actividad profesional y áreas de mayor interés son los Trastornos de Ansiedad (crisis de pánico, fobias, ansiedad generalizada…), Trastorno Obsesivo, Trastornos por Estrés, Trastornos relacionados con el Estado de Ánimo (depresión, trastorno bipolar), Trastornos del sueño, Duelo, el Juego Patológico (ludopatía) y la Terapia de Pareja. Ejerce como psicóloga en la clínica privada desde hace más de 20 años.

Her professional career began as a resident psychologist in the Clinical and Health Psychology unit of the Department of Psychology in the Complutense University of Madrid (UCM). Since then, she has enjoyed a successful private practice.

Además, es docente del Máster Universitario de Psicología General Sanitaria de la Universidad Europea de Madrid (en la asignatura de “Estrés y afrontamiento”). Siempre ha trabajado para complementar su actividad clínica con la investigación (obtuvo su tesis doctoral cum laude sobre ludopatía), las publicaciones científicas y la docencia, fue profesora en el campus de Madrid de la universidad americana de Saint Louis y ha desarrollado distintos talleres psicoeducativos para pacientes (trastorno de pánico con/sin agorafobia, técnicas de relajación, manejo de estrés y TDAH en el adulto entre otros). Cuenta con una amplia formación, experiencia laboral e investigadora en el campo de la psicoterapia Cognitivo-Conductual.

  • 1999: Master´s Degree in Psychology (Complutense University of Madrid). License number of the Official College of Psychologists: M-17078
  • 2006: PhD. in Psychology (Complutense University of Madrid), with honors.. Tesis Doctoral “Tratamiento psicológico individual versus en grupo de jugadores patológicos de máquinas recreativas con premio”, Sobresaliente Cum Laude. Dirigida por Francisco J. Labrador Encinas.
  • 2001: Bachelor's Degree in Advanced Studies, as part of the program: Experimental Clinical Psychology (Complutense University of Madrid)
  • 2003: Master in Health and Clinical Psychology (Complutense University of Madrid). With 700 hours of theory and work experience in health centres and the Clinic Psychology Unit of the Master.
  • 2007: Professional Course of Biofeedback Techniques (Biofeedback Spanish Center)
  • 2010-2011: Curso de postgrado de Neuropsicología. Programa de Altos Estudios Universitarios. Curso de la Universidad Europea Miguel de Cervantes. 375 horas lectivas
  • 2013-2014: Curso de Experto en Terapia de parejas. Colegio Oficial de Psicólogos de Madrid. 100 horas
  • Directora del Máster Universitario en Técnicas Avanzadas en Psicología de la Salud (Universidad Europea de Madrid) (7 meses)
  • Profesora de Psicología de la Salud en el Máster Universitario de Psicología General Sanitaria (Universidad Europea de Madrid) (7 años). Profesora de Formulación Clínica de casos en el mismo master (4 años). Tutora de psicólogos en (supervisión de evaluación, formulación clínica, diseño de tratamientos y aplicación de terapia) y directora de Trabajos Fin de Máster.
  • Psychologist of adults and teenagers. Evaluación, diagnóstico y tratamiento cognitivo-conductual principalmente de trastornos de ansiedad, del estado del ánimo (depresión y trastorno bipolar), autoestima/asertividad, adicciones sin sustancia (ludopatía, compras, trabajo), duelo, insomnio, dolor crónico y problemas de pareja (mejora de la relación, rupturas sentimentales, dependencia emocional y disfunciones sexuales). Utilización de distintos instrumentos de evaluación y diagnóstico. SINEWS MTI Madrid (13 años).
  • Responsable de formación y supervisora de psicólogos junior. Sinews MTI (4 años)
  • Psicóloga de adultos y adolescentes. Evaluación, diagnóstico y tratamiento cognitivo-conductual de los trastornos de ansiedad, del estado del ánimo y juego patológico principalmente. Utilización de instrumentos de evaluación y diagnóstico (entrevistas, autoinformes y cuestionarios) e instrumentos de auto-observación. Ejercicio privado. Madrid. (9 años)
  • Psicóloga de adultos con problemas derivados del estrés. Evaluación, diagnóstico y tratamiento cognitivo-conductual de los trastornos por estrés. Utilización de técnicas de Biofeedback para su evaluación y tratamiento. Novoclinic la Moraleja. Madrid. (2 años)
  • Psicóloga de pacientes con Síndrome de Fatiga Crónica. Evaluación de las disfunciones cognitivas y alteraciones emocionales consecuencia del SFC y tratamiento psicológico cognitivo-conductual. Utilización de la Escala WAIS-III y otros instrumentos de evaluación y diagnóstico (entrevistas, registros y cuestionarios). Novoclinic la Moraleja. Madrid (1 año)
  • Teacher of Psychology (in English). Preparation and teaching of the subject Drugs and Behaviour at Saint Louis University. Madrid Campus. (6 months)
  • Psychologist of university students. Psychological intervention (assessment, diagnosis and treatment) with university students with adaptation disorders, anxiety disorders, substances abuse and mood disorders. Saint Louis University. Madrid Campus. (2 months)
  • Resident psychologist in the Health and Clinical Psychology Unit of Complutense University of Madrid. With tasks of assessment, diagnosis and treatment of the different psychological disorders, elaborating clinical reports and involvement in clinical sessions. (3 months)
  • Psychologist specialized in women. Design and application of a cognitive-behavioural group treatment program for Panic disorder with/without Agorafobia. Madrid. (9 months)
  • Field researcher for a Quality Study of the Post-Graduate Degrees of Complutense University of Madrid(2 years)
  • Psiquiatrist assisstant. With tasks of assessment and application of relaxation programs to the patients in the PsychiatricUnit. Hospital del Aire, Madrid. Practicum. (1 month)
  • Voluntary assistant with psychotic patients. Madrid Society of Families with Schizophrenic Members (AMAFE). (1 year)

LABRADOR, F.J. y RUBIO, G. (2010) La activación como factor determinante del juego patológico. En E. ECHEBURÚA,; E. BECOÑA y F.J. LABRADOR (2010) El juego patológico: Avances en la clínica y en el tratamiento. Madrid: Pirámide. (Isbn: 978- 84- 368- 2412-4; pp.123-164))

LABRADOR, F.J. y RUBIO, G. (2007) La activación como factor determinante del juego patológico. En E. Becoña (Ed.) Actualización en el tratamiento del juego patológico. Madrid: Consejería de Sanidad y Consumo. (pp. 85-124)

LABRADOR, F.J. y RUBIO,G. (2007) La activación como factor determinante del juego patológico y su tratamiento. Comunicación presentada en el V World Congress of Behavioural and Cognitive Therapies. Barcelona 11-14 de Julio.

LABRADOR, F.J.; RUBIO, G. y RUIZ, B. (2006) Juego patológico: Eficacia de dos programas de intervención terapéutica individual y grupal. Ponencia presentada al Vº Congreso de la Federación Iberoamericana de Asociaciones de Psicología. Veracruz (México) 16-19 de Mayo de 2006.

LABRADOR, F.J., RUBIO, G., SALGADO, A. Y RUIZ, B. (remitido para publicación). Comparative pre and post-treatment study of pshysiological and subjetive arousal during slot machine gambling in pathological gamblers versus a control group. Journal of Gambling Studies

Labrador, F.J., Crego, A. y Rubio, G. Clinical experimental methodology applied to post-traumatic stress: assessment and treatment of a case. Acción Psicológica, 2 (3), 253-268.

Rubio, G; Fernández-Alba, A.; Labrador, F.J., Salgado, A. y Ruiz, B. (2002). Arousal assessment during gambling with slot machines with a prize: comparative analysis of a sample of pathological gamblers and a normal sample. Análisis y Modificación de Conducta.

“Cognitive distortions in a pathological gamblers' sample versus a normal sample during gambling with slot machines with a prize". Paper presented in the III Latin-American Congress of Psychology. July, 2002.

"Level of arousal during gambling with slot machines with a prize: comparative study in a gamblers' sample versus a normal sample ". Paper presented in the III Latin-American Congress of Psychology. July, 2002.

Fernández-Alba, A., Labrador, F.J., Rubio, G., Ruiz, B., Fernández, O. y García, M. (2000). Speech analysis of pathological glamers gamblers during slot-machine gambling: descriptive study. Psicothema, 12(4), 654-660.

“Irrational verbalizations modification in pathological gamblers of slot machines with a prize". Paper presented in the II Congress of the Clinical Psychology and Psychopathology Spanish Association. Murcia, on March 25-27, 1999.

“Irrational verbalizations in pathological gamblers of slot machines with a prize". Paper presented in the II Congress of the Clinical Psychology and Psychopathology Spanish Association. Murcia, on March 25-27, 1999.

  • Terminal patient and geriatric patient course
  • Child sexuality course (0-6 years old), Educational orientation course to face the failure at school. UCM.
  • Introduction to SPSS course (statistical package). UCM.
  • Basic training course for voluntary work with drug-addicts and Work and Social Issues Ministry.
  • Social Anxiety course: description, assessment and treatment Relaxation techniques course. Rebull Psychology Clinic 2002, 2000, 1998, 1996.


  • 2006. Six months in Cambridge for an English course at the Anglia Polytechnic University and Studio School of English, Cambridge.
  • 2003. One month intensive English course at St George I.S., London.
  • Two years English course in Quick Center, Madrid.


  • 2002. Advanced user of Word, PowerPoint, Excel, Access and SPSS (Statistical Analysis).

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Alejandro Sancha Moreno

Alejandro Sancha Moreno. Psychologie pour adultes et pour adolescents

Alejandro Sancha Moreno
Département de Psychologie, Psychothérapie et Coaching
Alejandro Sancha Moreno
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Département de Psychologie, Psychothérapie et Coaching
Alejandro Sancha Moreno
Enfants, adolescents et adultes
Langues: Français, Espagnol, Anglais
  • Licence en Psychologie, Universidad Rey Juan Carlos.
  • Master en Psychologie Génerale Sanitaire, Universidad Europea de Madrid.
  • Master en Neuropsychologie Clinique, Instituto Superior de Estudios Psicológicos.
  • Formation en psychologie clinique de l’enfant et de l’adolescent, Instituto Superior de estudios Psicológicos.

Alejandro Sancha est un psychologue clinicien avec une vaste expérience en thérapie cognitivo-comportementale et en évaluation intégrale et réhabilitation des individus confrontés à des lésions cérébrales acquises.

Il connaît de première main les défis que les déménagements internationaux posent aux enfants et à leurs familles, ayant vécu dès son plus jeune âge dans différents pays (Colombie, Équateur et Pérou). À cette époque, il a été formé dans des établissements éducatifs tels que le Lycée Français de Lima et le Lycée Français de Madrid, où convergent une grande variété de cultures, en rencontrant des professeurs et des camarades de diverses origines.

Dès le début, Alejandro a eu la clarté de vouloir combiner sa passion pour les sciences avec l’intention de générer un impact positif dans la vie des personnes, des intérêts qui l’ont conduit à choisir la psychologie comme carrière.

Son parcours académique comprend des études de premier cycle en psychologie clinique, complétées par deux ans de programmes d’échange international aux États-Unis (State University of New York) et en France (Université Jules Verne).

Son enthousiasme pour les étapes de l’enfance et de l’adolescence l’a amené à obtenir un master en psychologie clinique de l’enfant et de l’adolescent. Pour Alejandro, ce sont des moments cruciaux où convergent une grande variété de changements et de circonstances offrant une précieuse opportunité de générer un impact positif dans le développement du potentiel de chaque enfant.

Curieusement, l’autre extrémité de la vie est également une zone d’intérêt spécial pour Alejandro. Ses grands-parents font partie essentielle de sa vie, et leur soutien et leur influence ont été et sont cruciaux. Conscient des défis posés par le déclin fonctionnel tant dans le vieillissement que dans les lésions cérébrales, il a obtenu un master en neuropsychologie clinique pour aider ses patients à traverser de la meilleure manière possible ce chemin. Ses stages au centre de rééducation des lésions cérébrales de Polibea Sur lui ont permis de mieux appréhender le défi quotidien auquel font face les personnes touchées et leurs familles.

Pendant ses études de master, il a fait partie du groupe de recherche en psychologie clinique et santé, participant au projet de recherche «Stress parental et handicap. Un programme d’entraînement à la flexibilité psychologique à l’ère de la COVID-19» à l’Université européenne de Madrid.

À travers des cours, des congrès annuels et des formations complémentaires, il maintient un engagement dévoué envers le développement professionnel continu, reconnaissant son rôle fondamental dans la garantie de la plus haute qualité des services de santé.

Avec l’expérience d’avoir vécu en Colombie, en Équateur, au Pérou, aux États-Unis, en France, en Espagne et en Inde, Alejandro a cultivé une profonde appréciation de la diversité culturelle et une compréhension unique des complexités inhérentes aux différents environnements de vie.

Dans sa pratique professionnelle, menée en anglais, français et espagnol, Alejandro adopte une approche scientifique, plaçant le bien-être de ses clients au premier plan.

Son travail se caractérise par aider les personnes à acquérir une compréhension approfondie des processus psychologiques qui sous-tendent leurs expériences, en leur abordant les connaissances et les stratégies nécessaires pour relever efficacement les défis de la vie.

La passion profonde d’Alejandro pour comprendre le comportement humain et les principes scientifiques qui le sous-tendent alimente son engagement à faciliter le parcours de ses clients vers le bien-être psychologique. Son objectif ultime est d’accompagner les personnes avec lesquelles il travaille avec des stratégies pratiques pour le développement personnel et un changement positif durable.

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Mariló Martínez Zamora

Mariló Martínez Zamora

Mariló Martínez Zamora
Mariló Martínez Zamora
Speech Therapist
Children, adolescents and adults
Languages: English and Spanish
Clinic Appointment
  • Undergraduate degree in Speech Therapy by the University of Málaga.
  • Master’s Degree in Early childhood care by the Complutense University of Madrid (currently studying.)

Born and raised in Málaga. At the age of 8 she followed her parents who engaged a professional project in the UK,  where she attended a British school in Golborne, Lancashire. This relationship with the UK was maintained over time. Every year during the month of July she and her brother would attend school with their British classmates.

Thanks to this submersion in British culture and language she is fully bilingual. At the age of 12 she was already volunteering to help the teachers with the younger grades. From the age of 15 she would teach Spanish in British secondary schools during the summer.

It has always been clear to her that children learn through play, hence the importance of making the sessions fun and stimulating for them. Mariló has been working with children all her life and her first challenge as a speech therapist was to support a child within the Autistic Spectrum, with whom she has been working for almost two years, helping him with pronunciation and reading and writing difficulties and improving the way he expresses and communicates his thoughts and opinions to others.

Her interest in helping the hearing impaired has led her to learn sign language. She currently has an A2 level and plans to continue studying.

During her internship at Asociación Arrabal A.ID., which offers services to low-income individuals and families, she worked with children with developmental delays, hearing impairment, learning difficulties and reading and writing delays, among others.

For her Final Degree Project, she reviewed the bottle and cup feeding methods for premature babies, studying the evidence on the advantages and disadvantages of each one (swallowing is also a field of speech therapy).

Currently, she is enhancing her training by taking a Master’s Degree in Early Childhood Care offered by the Complutense University of Madrid, where she will improve her techniques to help the little ones in the development of language, even before they speak their first words.

Meet Mariló:

  • Universidad de Málaga (2017-2021). Undergraduate in Speech and Language Therapy
  • Universidad Complutense de Madrid (2021-2022). Master in Early Intervention
  • V Voice Pathology workshop. Organised by: Servicio de otorrinolaringología (Quirón Marbella) y Universidad de Málaga. Date: 5th and 6th of April, 2019. Number of hours: 16
  • OSAS Speech Pathology intervention from myofunctional and oral therapy. Organised by: Universidad de Málaga. Date: 17th of February, 2019. Number of hours: 4
  • Speech Pathology Intervention in total and partial laringectomy. Organised by: SCIRE Formación. Date: 20th of December, 2020-15th ofJanuary, 2021. Number of hours: 16
  • Volunteer as Spanish assistant teacher in Twiss Green Primary School, UnitedKingdom (July 2014)
  • Volunteer to the community in Golborne High School, United Kingdom (July 2016)
  • Volunteer as Spanish assistant teacher in Cornwall High School, United Kingdom(July 2017)
  • Private tutor to a minor with ADHD (2018)
  • Private tutor to a minor within the Autism Spectrum (2019-2021)
  • Private tutor to develop speaking skills in English (2019-2021)
  • Internship in Asociación Arrabal A.I.D. (December 2020- March2021)
  • English – C1.
  • French – B1.
  • German – B1.
  • Spanish Sing Language – A2.

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Marta Kosiorek

Marta Kosiorek. Psycholog i psychoterapeuta

Marta Kosiorek
Dział Psychologii, Psychoterapii i Coachingu
Marta Kosiorek
Psycholog i psychoterapeuta
Dzieci, młodzież i dorośli
Języki: Polski, angielski i hiszpański
Umów wizytę onlineUmów wizytę w klinice
Marta Kosiorek
Dział Psychologii, Psychoterapii i Coachingu
Marta Kosiorek
Children, adolescents and adults
Languages: English, Polish and Spanish
  • Magister Psychologii (Uniwersytet Warszawski, 1 rok na wymianie studenckiej na Universidad Complutense de Madrid).
  • Tytuł Psicólogo General Sanitario (UDIMA) uprawniający do wykonywania zawodu psychologa w Hiszpanii.
  • Szkolenie Psychoterapeutyczne w nurcie Psychoterapii Gestalt – Instituto de Psicoterapia Gestalt w Madrycie.
  • Studia podyplomowe z zakresu Zaburzeń ze Spektrum Autyzmu (Universidad Miguel de Cervantes/Fundación Gatea).
  • Studia podyplomowe w zakresie Wczesnej Interwencji (Universidad Pontificia de Comillas).

Marta jest psychologiem i psychoterapeutką. Pracuje z dziećmi, młodzieżą i dorosłymi. Marta pracuje integrując nurt humanistyczny z technikami wywodzącymi się z innych szkół psychoterapii takich jak poznawczo-behawioralna czy systemowa, zawsze dostosowując metody pracy do indywidualnych potrzeb pacjenta.

Urodzona w Warszawie, od dziecka uwielbiała podróżować i z dużym zaangażowaniem i łatwością uczyła się języków obcych. Jedna z tych podróży przywiodła ją do Madrytu z założeniem, że spędzi tutaj jeden rok podczas wymiany studenckiej Erasmus na Universidad Complutense de Madrid. Nie są jej więc obce wyzwania z jakimi spotykają się studenci studiujący za granicą. Dzięki temu niezwykłemu doświadczaniu udało jej się nawiązać przyjaźnie z osobami z różnych stron świata, z którymi utrzymuje bliskie relacje do dziś. W rezultacie Marta zdecydowała się przeprowadzić do Hiszpanii i założyła tu wielokulturową rodzinę. Zna w związku z tym zarówno blaski jak i cienie życia poza granicami swojego kraju. W trakcie doskonalenia zawodowego w dziedzinie psychologii pracowała jako nauczyciel angielskiego w szkole Kids&Us, oraz w dwujęzycznym ośrodku Gymboree, prowadząc zajęcia rozwojowe dla dzieci od 0 do 6 lat i ich rodzin.

Marta rozpoczęła swoją karierę jako psycholog we wczesnej interwencji, uczestnicząc w projekcie badawczym dotyczącym dziećmi urodzonych przedwcześnie i ich rodzin na Uniwersytecie Warszawskim we współpracy z Instytutem Matki i Dziecka w Warszawie. Ukończyła studia podyplomowe z terapii dzieci ze Spektrum Autyzmu oraz pomocy psychologicznej w innych trudnościach takich jak zaburzenia lękowe, depresja, ADHD, zaburzenia zachowania, doświadczenie przemocy czy bullying. Prowadziła warsztaty dla rodziców wspierające ich w codziennych trudach wychowania oparte na założeniach Rodzicielstwa Bliskości i komunikacji bez przemocy.
W pracy terapeutycznej z dziećmi używa technik bazujących na zabawie, gdyż jest to najbardziej naturalny sposób wyrażania przez dzieci ich potrzeb i emocji. Marta zawsze stara się, żeby rodzina czuła się częścią oddziaływania terapeutycznego jako czynnik sprawczy zmiany i wspólnie z rodzicami omawia i proponuje sposoby, które mogą ich wspierać w codziennych zmaganiach.

Marta może pomóc rodzicom odnaleźć odpowiedzi na następujące pytania: ¿Jak wspierać dzieci w osiąganiu kolejnych rozwojowych kamieni milowych? ¿Co robić, gdy dziecko doświadcza frustracji i napadu złości? ¿Jak wspomóc dziecko w nawiązywaniu kontaktów z rówieśnikami? ¿Jak rozmawiać z nastolatkiem? I na wiele innych kwestii, które niepokoją rodziców.

W trakcie swojej 10-letniej praktyki, kontynuując pracę z dziećmi i młodzieżą, Marta dalej szkoliła się, zbierając narzędzia oferowane przez różne szkoły psychoterapii i poszerzając swoją praktykę o pracę z dorosłymi. Jako psychoterapeuta dorosłych, Marta może pomóc osobom z objawami depresji czy zaburzeniami lękowymi, osobom, które mają trudności w nawiązywaniu satysfakcjonujących relacji czy w adaptacji do nowych okoliczności, osobom, które przechodzą przez sytuację stresu i żałoby lub są po doświadczeniu traumy lub przemocy.

Dzięki 4-letniemu szkoleniu w nurcie terapii Gestalt, Marta wprowadziła do swojej pracy nowe techniki, które w sposób holistyczny traktują ludzkie doświadczanie z perspektywy tu i teraz. Jej priorytetem jest stworzenie w gabinecie atmosfery zaufania i akceptacji, w której pacjent poczuje się wysłuchany i zrozumiany, bez oceniania. W takich warunkach stwarzamy możliwość pacjentowi do zadbania o siebie i znalezienia odpowiedzi na kwestie, które uniemożliwiają mu osiągniecie poczucia satysfakcji i szczęścia. Praca terapeutyczna to towarzyszenie drugiej osobie na drodze do poszerzenia świadomości o jej mechanizmach zachowania, tak żeby z pomocą terapeuty mogła zmienić te, które przestały jej służyć.

  • Styczeń 2021. Studia uniwersyteckie II stopnia w zakresie Psychologii Klinicznej i Zdrowia – tytuł Máster Universitario en Psicología General Sanitaria, UDIMA
  • 2017-2021. 4-letnie szkolenie psychoterapeutyczne w nurcie Psychoterapii Gestalt, Instituto de Psicoterapia Gestalt w Madrycie
  • 2016. Studia podyplomowe z zakresu Zaburzeń ze Spectrum Autyzmu, Universidad Europea Miguel de Cervantes/Fundación Gatea
  • 2012. Specjalista w zakresie Wczesnej Interwencji, Universidad Pontificia Comillas/Fundación ICSE
  • 2010. Magister Psychologii, Uniwersytet Warszawski. Titulo homologado en España. Colegiada nº24623
  • 2008-2009. Stypendium w ramach programu europejskiej wymiany studenckiej Erasmus na Wydziale Psychologii Universidad Complutense de Madrid
  • 2008. Licencjat z Animacji Społeczno-Kulturalnej, Wydział Pedagogiczny Uniwersytet Warszawski
  • Od 2021. Psycholog i psychoterapeuta w SINEWS. Psychoterapia dzieci, młodzieży i dorosłych. Warsztaty dla rodziców
  • 2015-2021. Psycholog ADR Infancia– prywatna klinika w Arganda del Rey. Psychoterapia dzieci, młodzieży i rodzin. Grupy umiejętności społecznych . Zajęcia z psychomotoryki
  • 2020-2021. Psycholog stażysta, CENIT Psicología. Psychoterapia dorosłych (online). Warsztaty dla rodziców
  • 2015-2016. Psycholog, Crece Bien. Warsztaty dla rodziców z dziećmi. Konsultacje rodzicielskie
  • 2011-2014. Edukator, Gymboree. Wczesna stymulacja. Zajęcia rozwojowe dwujęzyczne dla rodziców z dziećmi
  • 2011. Psycholog w Domu Opieki Seniora Peñagrande Torrelodones. Wsparcie psychologiczne. Rehabilitacja i stymulacja poznawcza. Zajęcia integracyjne
  • 2010 – Stowarzyszenie dla Rodzin SDR – praca z dziećmi z ADHD i z trudnościami emocjonalnymi.
  • 2009/2010 – Centrum Pomocy Psychologicznej UW – diagnoza i koterapia w terapii grupowej, bezpłatna pomoc dla studentów UW.
  • 2009/2010 – Ośrodek Terapeutyczny dla Dzieci przy Wydziale Psychologii Uniwersytetu Warszawskiego – koterapia w grupach dla dzieci ze spektrum autyzmu, ADHD i zaburzeniami rozwoju.
  • 2008/2009 - Clínica Universitaria Asociada a la Universidad Complutense de Madrid – diagnoza i terapia z dziećmi i dorosłymi.
  • 2008 – Mazowieckie Centrum Neuropsychiatrii w Zagórzu, Oddział Dzienny. Centro de Neuropsiquiatría y Rehabilitación de Niños y Adolescentes Mazowieckie (en Zagórze). Sección de Psiquiatría Diaria.
  • 2008 – projekt rozwoju Inteligencji Emocjonalnej aktywizujący Seniorów, Dom Dziennego Pobytu.
  • 2006/2007 – Stowarzyszenie dla Rodziców i Przyjaciół Osób z Zespołem Downa Tęcza.
  • 2005 – Dom Opieki dla Osób cierpiących na schizofrenię Leśny.
  • 2013. Rozdział w książce Dziecko urodzone przedwcześnie i jego rodzice, Wybrane zagadnienia psychologiczne pod redakcją dr hab., Grażyny Kmity, Wydawnictwo Paradygmat.
  • Maj 2011. Prezentacja na IV Polskiej konferencji Psychologii Klinicznej Dziecka: “Zaciekawienie Osobą Obcą a poszukiwanie bliskości z rodzicem u dzieci urodzonych przedwcześnie"
  • I Congreso Internacional de Psicología de la Salud y Clínica para niños y adolescentes, Madrid 2015.
  • Konferencja „Dziecko i terapia”, Instytut Psychoterapii i Psychoanalizy.
  • Kurs Kinezjologii Edukacyjnej – BRAIN GYM (32h).
  • Kurs “Metoda Ruchu Rozwojowego Weroniki Sherborne“(18h).

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Dra. Alma Moser

Dra Alma Moser - Psychiatrie pour Adultes, Adolescents et Enfants

Dra. Alma Moser
Département médical
Dra. Alma Moser
Enfants, adolescents et adultes
Langues: français, anglais, allemand et espagnol
Rendez-vous en ligneRendez-vous
Dra. Alma Moser
Division of Medicine
Dra. Alma Moser
Enfants, adolescents et adultes
Langues: français, anglais, allemand et espagnol
  • 2019. Spécialiste en psychiatrie, orientation enfants et adolescents, Université catholique de Louvain (Bel.) Diplôme obtenu summa cum laude.
  • 2014. Diplôme (de premier et de deuxième cycle) en médecine, Université catholique de Louvain (Bel.) Diplôme obtenu cum laude.

Dr Alma Moser, née en France d’une mère française et d’un père allemand, a grandi dans un environnement diversifié et international, vivant dans plusieurs pays européens et aux États-Unis (Floride). Au cours de ses études secondaires, elle a également passé six mois à Toronto, au Canada, où elle a découvert la culture et le mode de vie canadiens.

Dr Moser a choisi la médecine en pensant à la psychiatrie avec l’idée d’approfondir ses connaissances sur la façon dont le corps et l’esprit fonctionnent ensemble et les influences qu’ils ont l’un sur l’autre. Après la première année de médecine au Luxembourg, le Dr Moser a poursuivi ses études à l’Université Catholique de Louvain en Belgique. Puis en tant qu’étudiante universitaire, elle a décidé de passer un semestre à Santiago du Chili, pour travailler en espagnol dans un service de psychiatrie local. Au cours de ses études, elle a expérimenté ce que cela signifiait de commencer à vivre et à travailler dans un nouveau pays, avec une nouvelle culture, une nouvelle langue et en reconstruisant un réseau social. En 2019, après avoir épousé un Espagnol, le Dr Moser s’est installée avec sa famille multilingue à Madrid.

En bref, Dr Moser connaît parfaitement l’expérience des expatriés et des multilingues et est capable de faire preuve d’une grande empathie envers les patients qui se trouvent dans cette situation.

Au cours de ses cinq années de résidence en psychiatrie en Belgique, elle a travaillé avec des patients de tous les âges et a eu l’occasion d’exercer sa profession dans différents environnements de travail tels que l’hôpital, les Urgences, le centre de santé ambulatoire et l’hôpital de jour, où elle a pu apprendre et mettre en œuvre des traitements validés pour des pathologies mentales comme la dépression (y compris post-partum), l’anxiété, la schizophrénie, le trouble de l’attention avec hyperactivité ou les troubles alimentaires, entre autres.

De plus, Dr Moser est en dernière année d’une formation de quatre ans en psychothérapie psychanalytique pour enfants et rédige une thèse sur “les secrets de famille“ et leur impact sur le transgénérationnel. Elle a travaillé avec des enfants et des adolescents souffrant d’autisme, de troubles du comportement, d’automutilation et de pensées suicidaires.

En tant que Thérapeute, Dr Moser reste au plus proche des patients et de leur histoire, sachant que chaque sujet est unique, avec ses propres ressources et défis, et mérite des réponses et une aide sur mesure. Cela nécessite de bonnes connaissances théoriques et de la souplesse, associées à une médication uniquement lorsque celle-ci s‘avère nécessaire.

  • 2014-2019. Spécialisation en psychiatrie, orientation enfant et adolescent Université catholique de Louvain (Bel.) Diplôme obtenu avec la mention summa cum laude
  • 2007-2014. Diplôme (de premier et de deuxième cycle) en médecine Université catholique de Louvain (Bel.) Diplôme obtenu cum laude
  • 1993-2006. Enseignement primaire et secondaire. British Military School (Allemagne), Grundschule Sümmern (Allemagne), Märkisches Gymnasium Iserlohn (Allemagne), Bertha-von-Suttner Gymnasium (Allemagne), échange de 6 mois à Tottenham, Ontario (Canada) en 2004.
  • Docteur spécialisé en PSYCHIATRIE. Sinews MTI, Madrid – Espagne Septembre 2020 - Actuellement
  • Résidence en PSYCHIATRIE, orientation infanto-juvénile 2014-2019
    • Service de psychiatrie d'urgence dans les urgences psychiatriques adultes, septembre 2014-septembre 2019.
    • Cinquième année Service de consultation en santé mentale à la Chapelle-aux-Champs et au Centre Le Chien Vert, Bruxelles, octobre 2018-septembre 2019.
    • Quatrième année Cliniques Universitaires Saint Luc- KaPP (hôpital de jour), Bruxelles, octobre 2017 à septembre 2018.
    • Troisième année Clinique Saint Pierre, Ottignies, octobre 2016 à septembre 2017.
    • Deuxième année AREA +, Maison des Adolescents, Bruxelles, octobre 2015 à septembre 2016.
    • Première année en PSYCHIATRIE DES ADULTES : Fond'Roy, troubles bipolaires et dépression, Bruxelles, septembre 2014 à octobre 2015.
  • Stage en PSYCHIATRIE, orientation enfants et adolescents
    • La Petite Maison, La Mosaïque, Chastre, 2 mois
    • KaPP, Cliniques Universitaires Saint-Luc, 2 mois
    • Centre Psicoterapéutico de día Charles-Albert Frère, Marcinelle, 3 semaines
    • Janvier 2014 à mai 2014
  • Stage à l'étranger: PSYCHIATRIE pour enfants et adolescents
    • Hôpital San Juan de Dios, Cauquenes, Chili
    • Avril 2013 à août 2013
  • «TDAH : quelle validité pour ce diagnostic ? N'est-il pas symptômes de syndromes?” Revue Enfances Adolescences, approuvé pour une publication prochaine.
  • L'impact de la pandémie du Coronavirus sur les enfants et les jeunes”, (texte rédigé en allemand), 06 septembre 2021
  • COVID 19 et la santé mentale”, (texte rédigé en allemand),, 01 décembre 2020
  • Participation en tant que conférencière : " L'hôpital de jour : Traitement de l'anorexie infantile ", pour les étudiants du Master en psychologie et psychopathologie périnatale et infantile de l'Université de Valence, 08 mai 2018.
  • Participation en tant qu'enseignante à la Faculté de médecine de l'Université catholique de Louvain, conférence pour les candidats au personnel d'une clinique spécialisée dans les patients pédiatriques " L'enfant, l'apprivoiser, communiquer : le jeu une interface pour l'éducation à la santé ", 11 mars 2019.
  • Psychanalyse de l'enfant et de l'adolescent (FCPE) Bruxelles, 2016-présent. Centre Chapelle-aux-Champs
  • Maîtrise native de l'anglais, du français et de l'allemand. Pleine capacité professionnelle en espagnol.
  • Octobre 2006- Mars 2007 Collaboratrice dans le centre "Aufschnaufhaus". Soutien aux adultes et enfants handicapés physiques et mentaux, Ulm, Allemagne
  • 10 ans de violoncelle à l'école secondaire de musique (1996- 2006).
  • Membre de la chorale de musique "Sonambulle ", (2010- 2017).

Alma écrit:

Vickie Andrews

Vickie Andrews

Vickie Andrews
Division of Psychology, Psychotherapy and Coaching
Vickie Andrews
Founding Partner
Adults and couples
Languages: English and Spanish
Online AppointmentClinic Appointment
Vickie Andrews
Division of Psychology, Psychotherapy and Coaching
Vickie Andrews
Founding Partner
Adults and couples
Languages: English and Spanish
  • Therapist specialized in Clinical Psychology.
  • Degree in Psychology from Colorado State University (USA).
  • Master in Clinical and Health Psychology from Universidad Complutense de Madrid.

Vickie Andrews has international training and experience in clinical psychology using a cognitive-behavioral focus in individual, group and couple’s therapy. Her clinical experience covers a wide variety of pathologies, from eating disorders to anxiety and mood disorders. Her main areas of interest include the difficulties of cultural adaptation, couple´s therapy and difficulty in relationships, the psychological problems facing women, and working with young adults at the university age.

After working in a Crisis Center in Fort Collins (CO. USA), she moved to Latin America where she became part of a multidisciplinary team as a therapist at a family medical clinic, and in a NGO with underprivileged women and children.
After marrying a Spaniard, she settled in Madrid, where she successfully completed a Master in Clinical and Health Psychology at the Universidad Complutense de Madrid. She is raising three bilingual children and understands the struggles that expatriate women face. At present, she combines her private practice at Sinews with her job as a therapist to the student body at Saint Louis University.

  • (2001-2003) Master in Clinical and Health Psychology. Complutense University, Madrid, Spain.
  • (1990-1995) Bachelor of Science, Degree in Psychology. Colorado State University, Ft. Collins, Colorado, USA.
  • (January 2003- Present) ST. LOUIS UNIVERSITY (Madrid, Spain)
    • Counselor
      Evaluation and treatment of psychological problems experienced by students attending the university. Problems include depression and suicidal ideation, anxiety, eating disorders, family or relationship issues, homesickness and acculturation difficulties, drug and alcohol abuse, sexual assault and history of sexual abuse, Insomnia, academic struggles, crisis intervention, etc.
    • Translator
      Carried out “Back Translation” of Questionnaires for University of Pennsylvania’s Positive Psychology Center and its Director, Dr. Martin Seligman.
  • (2001-2003) UNIDAD DE INVESTIGACIÓN Y DOCENCIA (U.I.D.) (Investigation and Teaching Unit) Complutense University of Madrid (Madrid, Spain)
    • Counselor
      Therapy sessions with individuals, couples and families for psychological evaluation and treatment for investigative purposes (anxiety, sexual dysfunctions, couple problems, academic problems, etc.)
  • (2001-2002) CASA DE LA MUJER (Community Center for Women) (Fuenlabrada, Madrid, Spain)
    • Counselor
      Group therapy “Programa de Intervención con Mujeres Maltratadas” (program of intervention with battered women) and “Cómo Superar el Pánico” (“How to Overcome Panic Attacks”).
  • (1998-2000) CENTRO DE SALUD FAMILIAR SAN JOAQUIN (Family Health Clinic) (Santiago, Chile)
    • Counselor
      Individual therapy (depression, anxiety, personality disorders, drug dependency, family violence, eating disorders, sexual dysfunctional and psychotic disorders)was carried out as well as group therapy (a grief support group and different anxiety disorders groups). Workshops about “Managing Patients with Mental Health Problems” and about “Interpersonal Conflict Resolution” were given to health care professionals on staff.
  • (1998-1999) EL TRAMPOLÍN, (Non-profit organization-Center for community development) (Santiago, Chile)
    • Counselor
      The activities carried out in this organization (offered to the general public of a low income population) were psychological attention, and support to the center’s professionals. Psychological attention to the public included individual therapy (family violence, anxiety, depression), couple therapy, family therapy (conflict resolution, management of children’s emotions and behavior modification), group therapy (Self-development groups for women ) and workshops to parents on child behavior modification. Support to staff included workshops about “self-care and counter-transference” (information and techniques given on how to protect from themselves from the impact of the work they were doing with people with severe problems), and training to instructors on how to lead a self-esteem workshops for children.
  • (1997-1998) HOSPITAL MILITAR DEL AIRE (Air force Military Hospital-Madrid, Spain)
    • Counselor
      Therapist in the Psychiatric Unit working with psychiatrist Dr. Rufino Los Santos. Among main responsibilities were Clinical History development and group therapy sessions with patients with schizophrenia, depression, bipolar disorder, anxiety and other psychiatric disorders.

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Andrea Moreno

Andrea Moreno

Andrea Moreno
Division of Psychology, Psychotherapy and Coaching
Andrea Moreno
Adults and adolescents
Languages: English and Spanish
Online AppointmentClinic Appointment
Andrea Moreno
Division of Psychology, Psychotherapy and Coaching
Andrea Moreno
Adults and adolescents
Languages: English and Spanish
  • General Health Psychologist.
  • Degree in Psychology from Universidad Pontificia de Comillas (Madrid, Spain).
  • Master in Clinical and Health Psychology from Universidad Pontificia de Comillas. (Madrid, Spain).
  • Specialization in Cognitive Behavioral Therapy with Children and Adolescents.

Andrea grew up in a family atmosphere with relatives of different nationalities: American, Spanish, English and Argentinian. Andrea was in contact with both languages, English and Spanish, throughout her development, hence her early bilingüism.

After completing a module on social integration, during which she worked for the Red Cross in their departments of employment and immigration, Andrea began her studies in Psychology at the Universidad Pontificia de Comillas de Madrid. During this training period, she balanced her studies with her work as a counselor, intervening in crisis situations, in a hot line destined to children and adolescents at risk (Teléfono ANAR).

After graduating in Psychology, Andrea continued her postgraduate training at the Universidad Pontificia de Comillas in Madrid doing a Master in Clinical and Health Psychology, to which she would add a specialization in cognitive behavioral therapy with children and adolescents. During this period, Andrea also developed various collaborative works with the IES Padre Piquer and Fundación Norte.

It was during the course of the Master when Andrea passed the rigorous selection process to do her internship in Sinews. After two years of training with us, in which she carried out her own cases, primarily from the Adult Department, and simultaneously received training on Educational Psychology with the team working in Kings College in Soto de Viñuelas, Andrea was selected as the best Master’s student of 2013 - 2015 and was elected to join SINEWS clinical team.

Since then, Andrea has acquired extensive experience in clinical work, she has attended numerous adults and adolescents with a diversity problems: bipolar disorder, anxiety disorders, complicated grief or mood disorders among others. Andrea´s gained experience on psychoeducational assessments in children and adolescents is also worth mentioning.

One of the populations with which Andrea has gained great experience is college students. Andrea has collaborated with Saint Louise University as a counselor, and since 2015 is in charge of the counseling service offered at the Instituto de Empresa University (IE), treating students who require professional help to cope with their difficulties.

In addition to her clinical work, Andrea has also shown an interest in teaching. Andrea has developed educational workshops for professionals and university students and is an internship tutor for students doing their Masters in Clinical and Health Psychology at the Universidad Europea de Madrid.

  • 2009 - 2013: Graduate in Psychology. Universidad Pontificia de Comillas.
  • 2013 - 2015: Master in Health and Clinical Psychology (Psicóloga General Sanitaria). Universidad Pontifica de Comillas.
  • 2015: Master in Cognitive- Behavioral Therapy with Children and Adolescents. Universidad Pontificia de Comillas. Madrid.
  • 2012: Course on Counseling and Intervention in Crisis Situations. Fundación ANAR. Ayuda a Niños y Adolescentes en Riesgo.
  • Andrea Moreno Alfaro. M- 31139
  • 2015 - Present: University Counseling. Instituto de Empresa. Segovia.
  • 2013 - Present: Clinical Psychology. Sinews MTI. Madrid.
  • 2014 - 2015: Intern Psychologist. Colegio Kings College. Madrid.
  • 2013 - 2014: Research Scholarship of the Ministerio de Educación, Cultura y Deporte. Universidad Pontificia de Comillas. Madrid.
  • 2011 - 2012: Intern Psychologist in Helpline ANAR. Fundación ANAR. Ayuda a Niños y Adolescentes en Riesgo.
  • 2009 - 2009: Instructor in Summer Camp for Children with Mental Disabilities. Fundación Antares. Madrid.
  • 2015 - Present: Internship Tutor for Students Studying the Master in “Psicología General Sanitaria”. Universidad Europea.
  • 2014: Presentation on Protocols of Psychological Intervention in cases of Sexual Aggression. Asamblea General de otoño de APUNE.
  • 2014 - 2015: Research on the Grief Process after the Death of a Pet. Universidad Pontificia de Comillas.

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Dra. Orlanda Varela González

Dra. Orlanda Varela González

Dra. Orlanda Varela González
Division of Medicine
Dra. Orlanda Varela González
Director of SINEWS MTI
Founding Partner
Children, adolescents and adults
Languages: English and Spanish
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Dra. Orlanda Varela González
Division of Medicine
Dra. Orlanda Varela González
Director of SINEWS MTI
Founding Partner
Children, adolescents and adults
Languages: English and Spanish
  • Medical Degree from the Autonoma University of Madrid.
  • Doctorate in Psychiatry (cum laude) from the Complutense University of Madrid.

Dr. Orlanda Varela is the Executive and Clinical director of the company.
Dr. Varela practices general psychiatry and has training in a wide range of psychiatric and behavioral disorders.

She has experience treating patients of all ages- her first job upon completing her specialty was in the Children and Adolescents department in the Public Health System and she has since continued seeing children in her private practice.

Private practice has always been the focus of her professional experience. After four years of collaborating with a well-known Spanish private centre, in 2008 she started her own business (SINEWS) with her two esteemed partners.

Additionally, she has had the chance to develop her professional skills as a psychiatrist and her knowledge of human nature working for five years as a consultant psychiatrist to the prison system where, along with her clinical role, she was in charge of the suicide prevention protocol and collaborated with the ministry of justice as a psychiatric expert.

Dr. Varela has worked for nearly five years as a consultant psychiatrist for Saint Louis University- an experience that has helped her better understand the needs of the university population, particularly those who are studying abroad.

With a PhD in Psychiatry and a thesis on diagnoses, she has never lost interest in investigating and was awarded the Second Place Research Award granted by the SESP in 2007 with a study on the use of psychotropic drugs in the Spanish prisons.

Dr. Orlanda Varela is currently teaching at the UEM’s Psicología General Sanitaria Master’s Degree and is the coordinator of the practical formation of those licensed psychologists selected to complete their specialization at SINEWS.

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  • 1992-1998: Medical Degree (Universidad Autónoma de Madrid).
  • 2000-2004: Specialization in Psychiatry (Hospital Clínico San Carlos de Madrid). Especialidad en Psiquiatría en el Hospital Universitario Clínico San Carlos de Madrid.
  • 2000-2001: PhD in Psychiatry Courses corresponding to the Doctorate studies at the ‘Universidad Complutense de Madrid' with the following grades: en la UCM:
    • Psychiatry and the law (3 units): Excellent.
    • Neuroscience and Psychiatry (3 units): Excellent.
    • History of Psychiatry (4 units): Excellent.
    • Child and Adolescence Psychiatry (4 units): Good.
    • Schizophrenia (3 units): Excellent.
    • The mind and brain separated (3 units): Excellent.
  • 2002: Research work necessary to obtain the certificate of Research Proficiency: “The Psychiatrist faced with sex: scientist or moralist? Approach towards sexuality by the Spanish Psychiatry of the first half of the XXth Century” graded as “EXCELLENT”. D.E.A (Diploma of Advanced Studies), Universidad Complutense de Madrid. por la UCM.
  • 2004: Thesis Viva: Titled “Optimization of the CIE 10 version for Primary Care (Mental and Behavioural Disorders)”. Graded as “MAGNA CUM LAUDE”.
Resident Member of the Medical Staff (MIR) in the Psychiatry Department of the Clinical Hospital of Madrid. The specific rotations carried out up to the current moment have included:
  • 9 months in the Acute In-patients Ward.
  • 9 months in the outpatient clinic of the Mental Health Centre (Central district, Madrid). This also involved an active participation in the Relaxation and Psychogeriatric groups at the same time as undertaking the work of the clinic itself.
  • 3 months in the Neurology ward: 1 month in the Outpatient Services of General Neurology, 1 month in Extrapyramidalism and Cognitive Deterioration Consultations (Hospital Clínico San Carlos) and 1 month in the Epilepsy Department (Hospital Clínico San Carlos).
  • 6 months in the Clinical Case Conference department. As well as carrying out the normal duties of this department, a protocol for the care of epileptic patients with psychic problems was developed and some specific cases were monitored during the months of rotation.
  • 6 months in the Child and Adolescent Psychiatry Unit. Participation as co-director of a group of adolescents with a 10 session fortnightly frequency.
  • 4 months in the Day Hospital Unit.
  • 3 months in the Psychiatric Short-term Hospitalization Unit.
  • 3 months of free rotation in the Psycho-oncology department of the ‘Hospital Universitario La Paz’.
  • Participation in the design and application of a Psychoeducation Plan for Bipolar Disorder in the Mood Disorders, Anxiety and Stress Unit.
  • Replacement due to a maternity leave as Medical Specialist in the Child and Adolescent Psychiatry Unit of the Hospital Clínico San Carlos. Employed from the 27th September to the 31st December 2004 (3 months).
  • Employed as a Psychiatrist since December 2004 to date by the private psychologist consulting office of the Behaviour Therapy and Research Centre (CINTECO), undertaking clinical work and teaching.
  • Employed since July 2004 as Consulting psychiatrist of the Penitentiary Centres MADRID III (Valdemoro), OCAÑA I, OCAÑA II and TORREDONDO (Segovia), offering assistance to all tour centres during approximately 3 years. Since Jume 2007, assistance is only given to the Madrid III Centre, having suspended ‘motu proprio’ the service offered to the rest of the penitentiary centres.
  • Consulting psychiatrist of the Saint Louis University in Spain since 2007. Work undertaken in close collaboration with the psychotherapeutic team and the University authorities.

That which has been carried out during the clinical activity in the aforementioned penitentiary centres. Elaboration of approximately 30-40 expert reports per year and participation as an expert in a series of trials, most of them penal.
Included in the listing of experts of the Madrid Regional Government since 2006, requiring the approval of the Legal Advice Office of the Madrid Official Medical Association.

  • Director of the research project titled “Use of psychoactive drugs in the penitentiary system” carried out by a multidisciplinary team of the Madrid III Penitentiary Centre (Valdemoro): Awarded the Second Prize of Scientific Research of the Spanish Society of Penitentiary Health (2006).

Sanz Gil R., Varela González O., Hernández Álvarez M., Vázquez Souza M. I. “Psychiatric observation units: an effective alternative?” in PSIQUIS num. 4, vol.22, pages: 51-56, 2001.

Varela González O. and Andrés Prado M. J. “Competence in medical decisions: the psychiatrist, a competent evaluator?” in ‘JANO Medicina y humanidades’ num. 1444, vol. LXIII, 2002.

Varela González O., Del Río Vega J. “Crisis yes, but of what?” in: “Book of Clinical Cases of Psychiatry Residents (5)” Edited by GSK; Chapter 10:59-63. Madrid, 2003.

Revert Marín L., Varela González O., Bedmar Noguerol M., Carreño Glaría C. “You are not my husband, and those are not my towels” in: “Book of Clinical Cases of Psychiatry Residents (5)” Edited by GSK; Chapter 16: 219-222. Madrid, 2003.

Varela González O. “Epilepsy: a crossroads” in “Health, the health system and new technologies”. Editor Pablo Gil-Loyzaga; Chapter 13:109-120. Madrid, 2003.

Varela González O., Saenz Herrero M., Ferrández Arenas P. “Neuroticism and its ‘miracles’: ¿anachronism or transculturality?”; in Actas Españolas de Neuropsiquiatría 2003; 31(6):364-366.

Cabranes J. A, Varela González O., Revert Marín L. et al “Guide for patients with Bipolar Disorder and their families and/or caregivers” Mood Disorders, Anxiety and Stress Unit; Editorial Service of the ‘Hospital Clínico San Carlos’. Madrid, 2004.

López-Ibor Aliño J.J., Varela González O. “CIE 10 (Mental and behavioural disorders). Guidelines for diagnosis and for Primary Care intervention (Second version)” Edit. Meditor. Madrid, 2004.

Varela González O., Peleteiro Pensado L., Yáñez Sáez R.. “A Shakespearean Tragedy: the diffuse border between affective and psychotic disorders”, in Actas Españolas de Psiquiatría 2005 ISSN 1139-9287; 33 (3):201-4.

Varela González O., López-Ibor Aliño J.J. “CIE 10 (Mental and behavioural disorders). Guidelines for diagnosis and for Primary Care intervention (Second version)”. in Actas Españolas de Psiquiatría 2007, ISSN 1139-9287; 35 (2): 130-140.

Varela González O., Álgora Donoso I., Gutiérrez-Blanco M., Larraz Pascual M. E. et al. “Use of psychoactive drugs in prison (Madrid III Penitentiary Centre)”. Spanish Journal of Penitentiary Health 2007; 9:38-46.

Algora Donoso I., Varela González O. “Psicofármacos y gasto en la prisión de Madrid III (Valdemoro)”. Farmacia Hospitalaria 2008; 32:331-8.

  • Speaker at the 1st Conference of Primary Care-Mental Health of Ronda (Málaga). Title: “The difficulties of a beginner at a psychiatric interview” 29th March 2001.
  • Speaker at the International Congress of Psychiatry celebrated in Madrid from 30th September to 4th October 2001. Presentation titled “Results” within the Workshop about “CIE 10 AP Quality Circles”.
  • Participation in the “Third Health Spring Course” organised by the Complutense Forum about Epilepsy and Psychiatry with the conference titled: “Epilepsy, a crossroads: a neuroscientific approach in the XXth Century” (11th April 2002).
  • Presentation in the VIth National Congress of Psychiatry, Barcelona, 5th-9th November 2002, of the paper titled: Countertransference in the Emergencies Department. Factors related to the therapist”; authors: Bedmar M., Revert L., Varela O., Ferrández P., Andrés M.J.
  • Speaker at the Conferences about “Cocaine and prison” organized in Toledo on the 31st January and 1st February 2005. Lecture titled: Cocaine (and other stimulants) and mental health pathology in prison.
  • Oral presentation and display of the paper titled: “Use of psychoactive drugs in the penitentiary system” during the National Congress of Penitentiary Health. Zaragoza, October 2006.

Duration of more than 100 hours:

  • 2003: “Specialisation in Alcoholism” degree of the ‘Universidad Autónoma de Madrid’ (300 hs). “Especialización en Alcoholismo” (300 hs).
  • 29th June - 4th July 2002: “European Certificate in anxiety & mood disorders (first year)” with 37 units of continuous education of the “European Accreditation Committee” (370 hours).
  • 27th June – 2nd July 2003: “European Certificate in anxiety & mood disorders (second year)” with 40 units of continuous education of the “European Accreditation Committee” (400 hours).

Duration from 36 to 69 hours:

  • 1996: International Summer Course “Alzheimer’s and other dementias” passing the exam to obtain the diploma (4 units), granted by Amsterdam University.

Duration from 15 to 35 hours:

  • 1997: “Stress and Anxiety: clinical, social and work related signs” organized by the Spanish Society of Psychosomatic Medicine and Psychological Medicine in collaboration with the “Jiménez Díaz” Foundation (15 hour duration).
  • October 2000: Continuous education course “Handling of psychiatric emergencies in the general hospital” organized by the Teaching Commission of Mental Health Area 7. 20 hours.
  • November 2000: Continuous education course “The beginning of Schizophrenia”, IVth annual course about Schizophrenia of the ‘Hospital Gregorio Marañón’. 15 hours.
  • May 2001: “Update in psychoactive pharmacology and psychiatry from a primary care perspective” , University Extension Course by the ‘Universidad de Alcalá’. 20 hours.
  • November 2001: Continuous education course“Psychotherapy and psychoeducation in Schizophrenia”, Vth annual course about Schizophrenia of the ‘Hospital Gregorio Marañón’. 15 hours.
  • November 2001: Continuous education course “Current aspects in the approach towards alcoholism” course organized by the health education and research service of the Madrid regional government. 20 teaching hours.
  • November 2001: “Investigation methodology in mental health” course organized by the Mental Health Continuous Education Commission, Area 8 of Madrid. 21 teaching hours.
  • February -June 2002: “Early relationships and their disorders” course organized by the Health studies, education and research agency. 25 teaching hours.
  • December 2001 to March 2002: “Clinical interviewing technique” seminar within the Psychotherapy Education Programme of the Psychiatry service of the ‘Hospital Clínico San Carlos’ (15 hour duration).
  • May 2005: “Attention Deficit and/or Infantile Hyperactivity disorders” 30 hour course organized by the Medical Association and accredited by the National Health System Commission with 2.5 continuous education units.


  • Academic year 1992-93: Level III English specific Language for Medicine course given by the Languages service of the ‘Universidad Autónoma de Madrid’. Received a grade of EXCELLENT in the final exam.
  • June 1997: Cambridge University “Certificate in Advanced English” passed with a B grade.
  • Successfully completed several teaching activities undertaken exclusively in English in foreign countries:
    • “Alzheimer and other dementias”, course organized by Amsterdam University, with a total of 40 teaching hours.
    • “European Certificate in anxiety & mood disorders”, with a total of 770 teaching hours.
    • Responsable for technical revision of translations from English to Spanish of various texts for the McGraw-Hill publisher group:
    • 2nd edition of the Stern manual“Psychiatry in the Primary Care clinic. Practical guide” Ed. Mc Graw/Hill, Madrid 2005.
    • Sreevani manual “Psychiatric and Mental Health Nursing”Ed. Mc Graw/Hill


May 1997: Recognition of the Initiation and Improvement course of the Galician language by the I. B. Lucus Augusti (Lugo).
Good comprehension level in Portuguese.


Academic year 2005-2006 Basic elementary level. Institut Français.
Adequate comprehension level in French, spoken elementary level.

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