Curriculum formativo

-Licenciada en Psicología por la Universidad Autónoma de Madrid.

-Neurobiology and its Applications to Psychotherapy. Docentes: Dr. Allan Schore , Dr. Dan Siegel,  Lucy Biven , Dra. Mona DeKoven Fishbane , Profesor Vittorio Gallese , Dr. Jean Knox , Dra. Ruth Lanius , Dr. Terry Marks-Tarlow , Dr. Iain McGilchrist , Dr. Jaak Panksepp , Profesor Stephen Porges , Profesor Mark Solms , Dr. Alan Watkins , Dra. Felicity de Zulueta

  • Applying neuroscience to the psychotherapeutic treatment of depression and anxiety. Lucy Biven.
  • Interpersonal Neurobiology and Couple Therapy. Dra. Mona DeKoven Fishbane.
  • Empathic bodily selves in relation: from mirror neurons to embodied simulation /The minimal bodily self: behavioral and neuroscientific evidence.Professor Vittorio Gallese.
  • Embodied empathy, mirror neurons and unbearable states of mind. Dra. Jean Knox.
  • Applying observations of PTSD to neuroscience research, with implications for psychotherapy. Dra. Ruth Lanius.
  • Clinical Intuition in Psychotherapy: The neurobiology of flashes, hunches and gut feelings. Dra. Terry Marks-Tarlow.
  • The Divided Brain: the nature of our selves, our minds and our bodies. Dr. Iain McGilchrist.
  • The primary process level, emotional affects and the complex social brain / The Brain-Mind mechanisms of SEEKING: depression, aliveness, and the location of the core self with clinical implications. Dr. Jaak Panksepp.
  • Neuroscience, the polyvagal theory and applications to psychotherapy. Professor Stephen Porges.
  • The Early Bonds of Mutual Love: a neuroscientific exploration. Dr. Allan Schore.
  • Interpersonal neurobiology as the basis for psychotherapy that promotes integration of the mind-body system with lasting neuroplasticity. Dr. Dan Siegel.
  • What is the function of neuropsychoanalysis in the consulting room?. Professor Mark Solms.
  • Giving people the ability to control their emotional psychophysiology. Dr. Alan Watkins.
  • Understanding PTSD within a neurobiological framework. Dra. Felicity de Zulueta.

-Neurobiology and its Applications to Psychotherapy – II. Docentes: Lucy Biven, Dr Nessa Carey, Dr Ruth Lanius, Dr Dianne Lefevre, Dr Dan Siegel, Professor Mark Solms, Dr Sharon Stanley, Professor Oliver Turnbull, Dr Alan Watkins.

  • Treating Anxiety: a neuroscientific perspective. Lucy Biven.
  • What is Epigenetics?/ Epigenetics and Life-Long Events. Dr Nessa Carey.
  • The neurobiological underpinnings of social cognition in chronically traumatized individuals, with implications for specific, integrated treatment approaches/Neuroscientifically-based effective therapeutic interventions for patients displaying altered states of consciousness following trauma. Dr Ruth Lanius.
  • The impact of inflammatory disorders and the risks for health: an introduction for psychotherapists and psychologists. Dr Dianne Lefevre.
  • Neuroplasticity and Therapy: the function of relationship in neural integration – Part I and II. Dr Dan Siegel.
  • Neuroplasticity: Implications for New Clinical Techniques/ Brain mechanisms of emotional consciousness: implications for clinical technique. Professor Mark Solms.
  • The Neuroscience of Somatics – background and theory/ Somatic Psychotherapeutic Practices. Dr Sharon Stanley.
  • The neuroscience of emotion, intuition and decision-making. Professor Oliver Turnbull.
  • The Psychophysiology of Affect Dysregulation. Dr Alan Watkins.

-The Nature of Trauma and Dissociation. Docentes: Rémy Aquarone, Dr Philip Bromberg, Dr Doris Brothers, Dr Onno van der Hart, Professor Brett Kahr, Dr Jean Knox, Dr Isha Mckenzie-Mavinga, Dr Pat Ogden, Alexandra Richman, Dr Allan Schore, Dr Dan Siegel, Dr Valerie Sinason, Dr Donnel Stern, Dr Felicity de Zulueta.

  • The assessment of dissociative disorders. Rémy Aquarone.
  • Shrinking the shadow of the tsunami: healing and growth as the interlocking rewards of a psychoanalytic relationship. Dr Philip Bromberg.
  • A relational systems understanding of trauma and its treatments. Dr Doris Brothers.
  • The treatment of complex trauma and dissociative disorders applying a theory of structural dissociation. Dr Onno van der Hart.
  • The impact of childhood trauma on adult sexuality. Professor Brett Kahr.
  • Before, beyond and beneath meaning: developmental neuroscientific and pragmatic perspectives on non-verbal aspects of intersubjectivity. Dr Jean Knox.
  • Recognising ancestral baggage in the client’s history of trauma. Dr Isha Mckenzie-Mavinga.
  • Working somatically in the treatment of trauma and the process of Sensorimotor Psychotherapy. Dr Pat Ogden.
  • Distinguising complex childhood trauma from PTSD in the otherwise healthy adult- PART 1/  Treatment approaches for complex PTSD and simple PTSD in the otherwise healthy adult – PART 2. Alexandra Richman.
  • Working with the right brain: a model of clinical expertise for treatment of attachment trauma/ Theoretical developments in the field of trauma and neuroscience/ Working with the right brain: a model of clinical expertise for treatment of attachment trauma – Non-verbal communication and bodily-based attunement/  Working with the right brain: a model of clinical expertise for treatment of attachment trauma – Clinical intuition, rupture, misattunement and repair. Dr Allan Schore.
  • How trauma impairs integration. Dr Dan Siegel.
  • Psychoanalytic approaches to the treatment of trauma/ The treatment of dissociative identity disorder. Dr Valerie Sinason.
  • Enactment and the formulation of dissociated experience/ Dissociation, unformulated experience and therapeutic change. Dr Donnel Stern.
  • PTSD, complex trauma and disorganised attachment/ What is PTSD?/ The assessment and treatment of PTSD from an attachment perspective/ New therapies for PTSD. Dr Felicity de Zulueta.

-The Applications of Attachment Theory to Psychotherapy. Docentes: Dr Christopher Clulow, Linda Cundy, Dr Sarah Ingrid Daniel, Professor Pasco Fearon, Tirril Harris, Professor Jeremy Holmes, Dr Dan Hughes, Dr Frank Lachmann, Dr Mario Marrone, Paul Renn, Dr Daniela Sieff, Professor Miriam Steele, Dr David Wallin, Kate White.

  • Attachment and Intimacy in Adulthood – Part I, II and III. Dr Christopher Clulow.
  • Narrative coherence, secure attachments and the therapeutic task. Linda Cundy.
  • Psychotherapy as a vehicle of attachment security: is change possible and how? Dr Sarah Ingrid Daniel.
  • Transforming Attachments: genetic and environmental influences on attachment in infancy and adolescence. Professor Pasco Fearon.
  • “Earning” security of attachment: how is this possible through psychotherapy? Tirril Harris.
  • Security (re)gained: attachment as a therapeutic modality. Professor Jeremy Holmes.
  • Developmental Attachment: a continuum from safety and intersubjectivity to disorganization/ Safe Relationships: The road to secure attachment from trauma in troubled children when we are confronted by the children’s behaviour. Dr Dan Hughes.
  • Attachment, disorganized attachment and aggression – PART I and II. Dr Frank Lachmann.
  • Attachment-informed technical approaches in psychoanalysis. Dr Mario Marrone.
  • Attachment theory, the therapeutic relationship and the process of change: an integrationist perspective. Paul Renn.
  • Attachment: A modern evolutionary perspective and its relevance to psychotherapy. Dr Daniela Sieff.
  • Interventions aimed at promoting increased Reflective Functioning in adulthood. Professor Miriam Steele.
  • The attachment patterns of the therapist and their implications for treatment/How the attachment patterns of therapist and patient interlock: from collusion and collision to collaboration/What is to be done? Mindfulness and mentalizing in action: exploring interacting attachment patterns as they unfold. Dr David Wallin.
  • Grief, separation and loss: The healing power of mourning. Kate White.

-Fragile Selves: Working with Narcissistic and Borderline States of Mind. Docentes: Professor Jeremy Holmes, Dr Phil Mollon, Neville Symington, Susanna Abse and Jenny Riddell, Dr Susan Mizen, Dr Allan Schore, Dr Clara Mucci, Dr Diana Diamond, Dr David Celani, Dr Jay Greenberg, Dr Phil Mollon, Dr Frank Lachmann, Ruthie Smith, Jack Nathan, Dr Jason Hepple, Elizabeth Wilde McCormick, Dr Anne Alvarez and Marcus West.

  • A History of Narcissism and its Treatment: An Effective Clinical Approach. Professor Jeremy Holmes.
  • The Development of Pathological Narcissism as a Defence Against Psychotic Fragmentation. Dr Phil Mollon.
  • Transforming Isolating Perceptions and Affects in Narcissistic Patients whose Self-Sufficiency Developed as a Protection from Malignant Parenting. Neville Symington.
  • The Role Of Echo or the ‘Thin-Skinned’ Narcissist in the Problematic Dynamics that Couples Encounter. Susanna Abse and Jenny Riddell.
  • Borderline Personality Disorder a disordered relationship with self, other and the body, arising from neurobiological or relational deficits and psychodynamic defences: A Relational Affective Hypothesis. Dr Susan Mizen.
  • Borderline Personality Disorder as a Maturational Failure of the Right brain. Dr Allan Schore.
  • The Influence of Trauma on the Development of Personality Disorders During Infancy. Dr Clara Mucci.
  • The link between early attachment style and personality disorder presentations. Dr Diana Diamond.
  • Fairbairn’s Model of Borderline Psychic Structure as a Foundation and Guide for Work with Borderline Patients/ Fairbairn’s Ideas / Fairbairn’s Structural Model and Examples / Treating the Hysteric, Obsessive and Narcissist / Case Study: Clumsy Guy. Dr David Celani.
  • The Challenge of Working with Narcissistic Patients. Dr Jay Greenberg.
  • The Fragile Self: Working with Narcissistic Vulnerability, Grandiosity, Shame, and Alienation. Dr Phil Mollon.
  • The Transformative Power of Working Affectively and Empathically with Narcissistic Patients. Dr Frank Lachmann.
  • Disorganised Attachment as a Reframing of Borderline Personality Disorder. Ruthie Smith.
  • The Use of ‘Benign Authority’ with Borderline Patients: The Need for Interpretive Attunement and Limit-Setting. Jack Nathan.
  • A Demonstration of The Cognitive Analytic Approach to Working with Narcissistic and Borderline Personality Disorder: Working with Borderline Personality Disorder (Lola) / Working with Narcissism (Kenneth). Dr Jason Hepple.
  • Borderline and Narcissistic Clients in Cognitive Analytic Therapy. Elizabeth Wilde McCormick.
  • A panel discussion on the treatment of Borderline and Narcissistic presentations. Dr Anne Alvarez and Marcus West.

-Master en Psicología Infantil ITEAP. Finalizado con sobresaliente. Tesina final sobre la teoría del apego.

-Master A.P.I.R. en Promoción de la Salud y Prevención Infantil impartido por Yolanda González Vara. Colaboran: Arantza Irastorza, Mariana Fiksler, Susana Volosín.

-AUTISM: Cultivating Healthy Relationships Through Play. Impartido por Julie Sando.

-Desarrollo neuromotor infantil. Impartido por Elisa Guerra.

Formación en Salud Mental Perinatal Terra Mater (Psicología Perinatal). Dirigido por la Dra. Ibone Olza e Isabel Fernández del Castillo. Docentes: Ibone Olza, Nils Bergman, Jesusa Ricoy Olariaga.

  • Psicología del Nacimiento I – Aspectos psicobiológicos del parto y nacimiento Impartido por Ibone Olza.
  • Psicopatología del nacimiento. Impartido por Ibone Olza.
  • Neurociencia y Epigenética del Nacimiento: aplicaciones clínicas. Impartido por Ibone Olza y Nils Bergman.
  • La Salud Mental de los profesionales del nacimiento. Impartido por Ibone Olza.
  • Psicología del Embarazo. Impartido por Ibone Olza y Jesusa Ricoy Olariaga.
  • Psicopatología del embarazo. Impartido por Ibone Olza.
  • Prevención, acompañamiento y psicoterapia en el periodo perinatal. Impartido por Ibone Olza.
  • Pérdida gestacional y duelo perinatal. Impartido por Ibone Olza.
  • Psicología del Posparto. Impartido por Ibone Olza.
  • Psicopatología del Posparto: la madre. Impartido por Ibone Olza.
  • Psicopatología del Posparto: el bebé. Impartido por Ibone Olza.·

-Autoanalgesia y gestión del dolor en el parto. Impartido por Ascensión Gómez y Blanca Herrera.

-Meet your brain. Impartido por Gregory Caremans.

-Formación en Crianza ecológica y prevención psicosocial E.S.H. (Ecología de Sistemas Humanos). Director del programa: Xavier Serrano Hortelano. Docentes: Cristina Aznar Plana, J. Ramón Mauduit Aguirrezabala, Imma Serrano Hortelano, Jordi Martínez Calabuig, Juan A. Colmenares Gil, Maribel Navarro Baena, Celeste Martínez Gregorio, Tairé Paredes Álvarez, Javier Torró Biosca, Joan Vílchez Cambronero, Juan Antonio Larraza Razkin, Juliana Vieira Martinez, Jesús Garcia Blanca. Colaboradores: Encarna Leiva Prados, Estela Franco Rodriguez, Consuelo Bartolomé Tejedor.

-Neuroplasticity: How To Rewire Your Brain. Impartido por Gregory Caremans.

-Neuroscience for parents: How to raise amazing kids. Impartido por Gregory Caremans.

Formación en P.B.C. (Psicoterapia Breve Caracteroanalítica, para adultos). Director del programa: Xavier Serrano Hortelano. Docentes: Tairé Paredes Álvarez, Javier Torró Biosca, Joan Vílchez Cambronero, Juan Antonio Larraza Razkin.

Formación en masaje infantil Ukitu (reparador del vínculo). Con Cristina Aznar Plana y José Ramón Mauduit Aguirrezabala (Centro Hazihezi).

-Understanding The Impact of Trauma in Early Childhood. Impartido por Mary Allison Brown.

-Parenting Children Who Have Experienced Trauma and Adversity. Impartido por Mary Allison Brown.

Curso de Caracterología. Impartido por Xavier Serrano Hortelano.

– Curso de Educación Infantil. Proyecto Mentor. Homologado por el Ministerio de Educación y Ciencia.

-Movement for Birthing: Childbirth Method for Natural Birth. Impartido por Penelope Badger.

-Brain anatomy. Impartido por Jeramy Colvin.

– I  jornadas internacionales de educación y crianza La Serrada.

  • Carlos González Crianza con Apego: Sentido Común en el Siglo XXI
  • Martinus J. Wijnakker Aprendizaje vivencial: Autonomia, Responsabilidad y Libertad
  • Inma Serrano y Jordi Martínez Acompañar al niño. Els Donyets, una visión ecológica de la Educación
  • Carmen Cabrera Kilgen Crianza sin violencia
  • Alejandra Boni Aristizabal El fracaso de la Formación Dirigida: el Cambio en la Universidad
  • Catalina Vesga Vivencias de Alternativas a la Escuela Tradicional
  • Ana Galiana Jaime Aspectos Legales de la Educación Libre y Acceso a la Educación Superior
  • Juan Carlos Belda Oriola La Técnica de Observación de Bebes hasta la Construcción de la Personalidad
  • Bea Muñoz Ávila – Sara Beneyto i Caballero Cómo Puede Ayudarte un Grupo de Lactancia- Presentación de la Escuela Viva “La Serrada”
  • Casilda Rodrigáñez Bustos La Socialización bajo la Presión del Tabú del Sexo y las Relaciones de Dominación
  • Pere Enguix Randis Nacer sin Violencia
  • David Román Moltó Los Niños y la Alimentación Natural

– II jornadas internacionales de educación y crianza La Serrada.

  • Yolanda González La autorregulación como base de la crianza de los niños
  • Laura Gutman La maternidad como crisis vital
  • Mariana Fiksler Tiempo de saber, hacia un sistema educativo más respetuoso
  • Sara Jort Parto y puerperio desde un enfoque psicológico
  • Yolanda González Expansión y límites
  • Javier Herrero Aprender a descubrirse y a decidir la propia vida

– III  jornadas internacionales de educación y crianza La Serrada.

  • Maite Sánchez Pinuaga Preservar la agresividad, sexualidad y pulsación vital en el desarrollo del niño.
  • Jose Miguel Castro Jugar, vivir, aprender. La deriva personal.
  • Yolanda González ¿Escolarizar o socializar? Claves saludables para la primera infancia.
  • Xavier Serrano La adolescencia, el comienzo del “Ser Persona” o la evidencia del síndrome de Frankenstein.
  • Carles Parellada La educación sigue latiendo al compás de los tiempos: la emergencia del paradigma sistémico.

– IV  jornadas internacionales de educación y crianza La Serrada.

  • Yolanda Gonzalez La resignación caracterial y sus consecuencias sociales y educativas en relación a la salud
  • Arantxa Irastorza Zulaica Abordaje emocional desde la psicomotricidad relacional.
  • Hendrik Vaneeckhaute El papel del padre.
  • Maite Sánchez Pinuaga Orígenes y prevención de la violencia
  • David Plá Sistemas educativos que respetan el continuum: la clave para desterrar el fracaso escolar y vital.

– Taller las Emociones Infantiles desde la Empatía y el Respeto. Lugar: Centro de Yoga Naradeva Montecarmelo (impartido por Yolanda González Vara)

– Curso la Infancia de la Especie más Inteligente: el niño hasta los 7 años. Lugar: Escuela Waldorf Aravaca.

– Curso de Psicología infantil y trastornos emocionales. Lugar: Centro de Psicología Codex.

– Taller: la sexualidad infantil y la nuestra. Impartido por: Yolanda Gonzalez Vara.

– Jornada muerte gestacional y perinatal Obstare. Coordina: M. Àngels Claramunt

– Conferencia-taller El Inicio de la Vida, Educación interior y prevención. Impartido por Evania Reichert.

-Conferencia “las preguntas delicadas de la infancia (sexualidad, muerte…)”, dentro del III ciclo de conferencias “conociendo a nuestros hijos”. Impartido por Yolanda Gonzalez Vara.

-Conferencia el valor del juego espontáneo y de la expresión psicomotriz en la infancia. Impartida por Bernard Aucouturier.

-Conferencia ecología de la infancia. Impartida por André Stern.