I am a bilingual, Spanish and English speaking, Clinical Psychologist and I received my doctorate degree from Nova Southeastern University. My clinical training and background have been in the field of health psychology. I have experience working with eating disorders, depression, anxiety, trauma, substance use, life transitions, the college age population, and with individuals experiencing interpersonal difficulties.My clinical training began in Miami, FL at Camillus Health Concern during which time I worked with the underserved and often times homeless population.  My training continued at the Rehabilitation Medicine Department at Jackson Memorial Hospital. My work focused on providing patients and their families with psychological support who recently experienced a life changing medical diagnosis such as spinal cord injury, a traumatic brain injury, amputations, and cancer. I later moved to New York City and completed my internship program based out of a large New York City Hospital.  At this hospital, my rotations focused on Rehabilitation Medicine, Human Immunodeficiency Virus (HIV)/Acquired Immunodeficiency Syndrome (AIDS), and Geriatrics.After I completed my internship training and post-doctoral work experience in New York City, I decided to relocate back home to Miami, FL. I then had the opportunity of working for Oliver-Pyatt Centers for almost two years during which time I worked in a residential treatment center helping women find meaning behind their eating disorders. I have been in private practice for the past five years.