Frequently Asked Questions


These are some of the questions a new client might have before coming to a first session.

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What type of psychotherapy do I practice?

The origins of a person's issues and conflicts are multiple and result from the particular intertwining of each individual’s psychological and biological history, their psychosocial context, and the skills and abilities each individual counts on in order to deal with life’s obstacles and conflicts. Given the singular nature of each individual’s history and personality, it is part of my work ethic to consider that no one, single methodology can be applicable to all cases nor can facilitate change in all individuals.

Consequently, in order to respect the complexity and singularity of every person’s experience, I develop a treatment plan for each client that integrates different techniques and methods in such a manner as to address the particularities of the their problems and concerns, as well as their particular time constraints (especially in the case of expat clients).  The basis for this methodology comes from foundations in psychodynamic therapy that I received at the University of Buenos Aires, a theoretical base then complemented and enhanced by my continuing training in systemic and cognitive therapies.

What type of clients do I work with?

I specialize in work with adults and adolescents, and welcome diversity (be it sexual, ethnic or religious). I work with English-speaking individuals, couples and families.

How long do sessions last?

Between 50 minutes to 1 hour.

How does it work if I need to reschedule or cancel a session?

I ask clients to either re-schedule or cancel sessions with more than 24 hours notice. Clients are charged for sessions cancelled outside of this cancellation policy, except – of course – in the case of emergencies.