I am a psychologist who received my degree from the University of Granada, Spain. I also hold a master’s in Human Resources. After working in recruitment and training for several years in Spain and the UK (where I lived for six years) and having thought thoroughly about it, I decided to change my professional career.
Having been inspired by the rewarding feeling I had had several years before, when I was a psychologist volunteer helping people who had drug and alcohol issues, I decided to start my counselling journey and I studied for three years to become a fully qualified counsellor in the UK. The decision I made at that time allowed me to work on what is my passion, helping and supporting people, and every day I am very grateful for that.
I worked at two of the well-known addiction treatment centres in the UK and I volunteered at a charity that helps people recover from addiction and also supports their families. In addition to this, I was a volunteer counsellor helping people who suffer from depression, anxiety, low self-esteem, grief and loss, loneliness, relationship difficulties, amongst others.
I moved back to Spain in the summer of 2018 and now I live in Costa del Sol, Málaga. I currently have my consultancy room at Centro Badabé de Psicología, in Arroyo de la Miel (Benalmádena). I also facilitate individual and group therapy in English and Spanish at Marbella Recovery, in Marbella.
I am dedicated and passionate about my job and I find helping people very rewarding.
I am registered with the COPAO (College of Psychologists in Andalusia) and I follow their code of Ethics.