From Argentina to the United States, but always close to myself

Life has been taking me down unexpected paths.

I studied psychology at the University of Buenos Aires and perfected my training specializing in the clinic of children and adolescents and had the opportunity to study with the best teachers of the time.


The migratory journey has unexpectedly turned me into a writer

In addition to the published books, I also write a blog and I am interested in exchanging opinions.

  • Mother’s Day and Pandemic

    mayo 9, 2020

    In the context of the ongoing pandemic, distance has become relative. It doesn’t matter how far we are from one another—a block or a continent away—the presence of our loved ones has been replaced with the flat image of our screens. This new virtual reality leaves us with a difficult void to fill and confronts […]

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  • Immigration and Identity

    febrero 11, 2014

    It is my pleasure to have been invited to share with you my reflections on the topic of immigration and identity. I have spent a great deal of my adult life thinking about this topic, trying to understand and find meaning into what I consider to be an extra-ordinary experience. At the same time, I […]

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It does not matter how far apart we are, we can still be in touch.

My work as a therapist is driven by a passion for helping people of all ages deepen their self-awareness and cultivate new resources to navigate difficult situations, alleviate suffering, improve relationships, and enhance overall quality of life. For those that are immigrants, my personal life experiences may offer valuable insights and support to facilitate a smoother adaptation for them and their families. If you feel that I could be of assistance, please don't hesitate to contact me. I am here to accompany you on your journey of exploration and self-discovery.

To Be Me


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