Feeling low, sad, tired, miserable, or fed up? This could be an understandable reaction to a life event, or you could be experiencing those symptoms without a reason.
Psychologist in Cambridge
Is anxiety impacting your day to day life, or preventing you from making changes or decisions? Are you experiencing panic attacks or other physical symptoms without a medical explanation?
Psychologist in Cambridge
Difficulties at work
Has work been difficult recently and it is affecting your mental health? Are you stressed? Do you feel anxious at work or when you need to go to work?
Psychologist in Cambridge
Child and adolescent’s Psychologist
Is your child struggling with low mood, depression, anxiety, or low self-esteem? Are they having difficulties at school, bullying, or friendship difficulties? Has transition to secondary school been affecting their mental health?
Psychologist in Cambridge

Psychologist in Cambridge

I can help you to overcome or manage your mental health difficulties to feel better and function well again in everyday life. To achieve that I use talking therapy as the main resource. Talking therapy includes CBT (Cognitive Behavioural therapy) and Psychoanalytical therapy.

Therapy has been also known as counselling or psychotherapy and it is a resource that enables you to understand what is going on, and make sense of your mental health symptoms. You’ll find strategies to deal with them, aiming to get back on track, regain control, feel better, and stop them interfering with your life.


Low mood, low self-esteem, lost, grief, feeling restless, feelings of hopelessness, lack of interest, avoiding other people, lack of activity, anger difficulties, avoidance.


Panic attack, social anxiety, separation anxiety, general anxiety, difficulties to make or tolerate changes, stress, avoidance, procrastination.

Relationship difficulties

Jealousy, separations, divorce, domestic violence, abuse, problematic friendships, feeling lonely.


Domestic abuse, bullying at school or at work, physical abuse, emotional abuse, sexual abuse, difficult experiences during childhood.

Life transition and difficulties

Teenagerhood, immigration, bereavement, adjustments to new life stages such as adulthood, retirement.

Family difficulties

Family conflicts, arguments, communication difficulties, parenting difficulties.

Cambridge is a multicultural and diverse city which enriches people’s minds and gives me the chance to help people from an extensive range of backgrounds, different cultures and traditions. The fact that one of the most prestigious universities is located in Cambridge bring in a lot of opportunities for researchers and improvement in how Clinical Psychologists deliver our service and it does impact in my practise as a therapist and in my continued professional development.

I am a bilingual Clinical Psychologist and Psychotherapist, with more than 13 years experience providing effective therapy in English and Spanish, for adults, children, and adolescents. I use different approaches, such as CBT and Psychodynamic therapy, in different backgrounds and settings, including CAMHS which is the NHS children and adolescent mental health service.


I have experience working with people to overcome depression, anxiety, and panic attacks. I also help people who had experienced trauma, family problems, domestic violence, bereavement, post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD), behavioural problems, and attachment disorder.

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