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Our professionals

Our professionals are specialized in working with specific populations and in different problems. The cases are assigned according to the specialty and experience of the most appropriate professional to face it. We offer services in different languages ​​(English, Spanish, Valencian). 

They will work with you with closeness and seriousness. Some of our most outstanding collaborators:

Dr. María J. Zarza, Clinical Director and supervisor of intervention and prevention programs. Degree in Psychology (1997, Autonomous University of Madrid - UAM) and Doctor (2001) in Clinical Psychology from the UAM and Rutgers The New Jersey State University (EE. UU) supported by the Department of Community Affairs (New Jersey) and Womanspace (Foundation at the service of mistreated women and children). Since 1998 has treated a wide variety of psychosocial problems and pathologies ranging from emotional disorders (depression, anxiety / stress, obsessive-compulsive, bipolar, etc.), gender violence, addictions, sociocultural adaptation and other mental health disorders  both in the US and in Spain. Researcher at the University of California at Los Angeles (UCLA), with projects funded by institutions such as the United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime (UNODC), the National Institution on Drug Abuse (NIDA), Substance Abuse and Mental Health Service Administration (SAMHSA). Dr. Zarza has received awards and recognitions for their contributions to the field. Currently, Dr. Zarza is a professor of Psychology and Health at Berklee College of Music, University of Virginia (Valencia delegation), and Trainer of Trainers (TdT) of the United Nations Treatnet Project (UNODC) and official representative in Spain of the MATRIX model of intensive treatment of addictions.

Dr. Myriam Oliver Ph.D. is a Psychologist, Coac specialized in Cognitive Neuroscience. Dr. Oliver utilizes her solid knowledge into her work, and believes strongly in the potential of each person to re-design all aspects desired. Among her specializations are the combination of psychotherapy, coaching and mindfulness which are based on guiding people to achieve their well-being, dreams and goals. Hence, she works with entrepreneurs, CEOs, athletes and public official challengers. Dr. Oliver has worked at the Mental Health Institute of UCSF and the Weill Institute of Neuroscience, both in San Francisco (United States). In addition, she worked at the Neurological Institute of Montreal or MNI (Canada). Among her training, PhD specialized in Cognitive Neuroscience, held at the Basque Center on Cognition, Brain and Language (Donostia-San Sebastián) and Coaching at the Synthesis Center in San Francisco (California). Currently, she combines her work in psychotherapy with teaching at the Open University of Catalonia and Online Coaching Training in San Francisco.

Dr. Elvira Vague, Ph.D. Degree in Psychology from the Autonomous University of Madrid, Spain. Master's in General Sanitary Psychology and Master's Degree in Legal and Forensic Psychology. Specialized in adults: depression, personality limit disorder, anxiety disorders and victims of gender violence. Dr. Vague, according to the patient, uses cognitive behavioral therapy combined with psychodynamic therapies and/or Mindfulness (accredited as Readiness to Teach in MBCT, cognitive-based cognitive therapy by the University of Bangor, United Kingdom). Also the DBT for the limit disorders. Professor of psychology at the University of Valencia, subjects of Psychopathology and Psychology of emotions at the UNED and at the International University of Valencia, where Dr. Vague was the director of the Master's degree in prevention and intervention in gender violence. Agents of equality. Her research line at the University of Valencia focuses on aggressors of gender violence and the bond of attachment and affectivity or rejection received when they were children.

 Dr. Esperanza Dongil Collado. PhD in Psychology from the University of Valencia (Spain) and Master in Clinical Psychology specialized in the treatment of anxiety and depressive disorders. Dr. Dongil is a member of the research group "Cognition, Emotion and Health" at the Complutense University of Madrid. Her main line of research focuses on the study of the psychopathological consequences of traumatic events, a line in which she has published different articles and book chapters on post-traumatic stress disorder. Furthermore, she has been a professor at the University of Valencia in the Department of Personality Psychology and a visiting professor at the University of Deusto as a specialist in post-traumatic stress. Currently a professor at the Catholic University of Valencia in Undergraduate and Postgraduate subjects and a visiting professor at the Jaume I University of Castellón. Co-author of the website "Emotional Wellbeing" of the Ministry of Health: and the books: "New psychological treatment for panic and agoraphobia". Ed synthesis, and “Stress. How to learn to overcome it ”. Ed. Ocean. Dr. Dongil coordinates the commission of "Post-traumatic Stress" of the Spanish Society for the study of Anxiety and Stress (SEAS). She belongs to the National Network of psychologists for the care of victims of terrorism of the Ministry of the Interior.


Dr. Roger Muñoz, Doctor and Bachelor in Psychology from the University of Valencia, Spain. Master in Clinical Psychology specialized in treatment of addictions and Master in Clinical Neuropsychology. He is a researcher and expert in training in Emotional Regulation from a cognitive-behavioral transdiagnostic approach (TD-CBT) and in the application of Evidence-Based Psychological Therapies (TBE) for the treatment of emotional disorders, drug addiction and other addictive disorders. Also, from this focus on training in Emotional Regulation and Positive Psychology, is an expert in health promotion in different areas, such as work and interpersonal relationships. From the Clinical Neuropsychology, is trained in the evaluation and neuropsychological rehabilitation of different neurocognitive disorders. He teaches as Associate Professor in the Department of Basic Psychology at the University of Valencia and has been a visiting professor at several international universities in countries such as France and Argentina.

Dr. Carlos Ribera Viñes MD, Licensed in Medicine from the University of Valencia and psychiatrist at the University Hospital of La Ribera. He has worked in public health in different general mental health units, as well as in specific units for the hospitalization of acute and chronic patients, addictive behaviors, psychogeriatrics or bipolar disorder. Experience in the management of depressive and anxiety disorders, personality disorders, addictive behaviors, and psychotic spectrum disorders. Member of the Society of Psychiatry of the Valencian Community and the Spanish Society of Psychiatry. Experience in care through tele-psychiatry and the possibility of therapy both in English and Spanish.

Joaquín Pastor Sirera, M.Sc. Specialist in Clinical Psychology and Psychotherapy by the EFPA. European Certificate of Competence in Professional Psychology Europsy. Master's in behavioral therapy. Trained in the Compassionate Mind Foundation Derby (UK) and Rome in Compassion-centered Therapy (Advanced Skills in Compassion Focused Therapy). Developed his professional and teaching work since 1993 at the Clinic of Psychology and Health and later on at GlobalC, centers with offices in Xàtiva and Valencia, respectively. He has applied since the late 90s the clinical and experimental developments of mindfulness or full awareness in clinical practice. Trained teacher in MSC (Mindful-Self Compassion), MBCT (Mindfulness Based Cognitive Therapy). Currently provides extensive continuing education in cognitive behavioral therapy and 3rd generation psychological treatments. Coordinator of the Expert in Mindfulness in Clinical Practice of AEMIND. Professor of the Master in Contextual Therapies / Third Generation of the University of Almeria. He regularly conducts mindfulness practice groups for therapists and patients, meditation retreats and training actions, supervision for clinical psychologists and other health professionals in the Advanced Clinical Formation of AEMIND, COP Valencia, and other postgraduate courses.

Laura Melià, MSc. Master in Clinical Psychology from UNED. Employs an eclectic approach to therapy and solution-focused, MI and CBT transdiagnostic and humanistic style, treating problems such as anxiety and mood disorders. She also works with people who have day-to-day problems, relationships with their partner and family, breakups, emotional dependencies, problems at work or school, low self-esteem, insecurity, feelings of guilt, anguish and emotional conflicts, as well as problems of motivation, procrastination and achievement of objectives and vital crises. In the same way, deals with people in a process of deep personal development, self-knowledge and self-realization.

Master's degree in management, decision-making and conflict resolution and Master's degree in legal psychology and forensic psychology expertise from the University of Valencia, with an international background with studies at FIU University in Florida, USA, at Katholieke Universiteit van Leuven in Belgium and experience in Finland and Germany. Experience in ITA-Previ, a clinic for personality and eating behavior treatments where she applied DBT and in a home for dependent elderly people. With training in Gestalt therapy by the CvaP and Therapeutic Theater in Valencia.

Manuela Caldas Prieto, MSc, Clinical Psychologist. Degree in Psychology (1992, University of Salamanca). Diploma of Military Psychology (1995, Ministry of Defense). Diploma in Child and Adolescent Mental Health (2011, University of Valencia). 

Psychologist in the Ministry of Defense performing functions in the areas of Clinical Psychology, Educational and Social Work. Clinical psychologist at the Department of Health (Valencia) in different departments / areas.

Irene Martí. MSc. Degree in Psychology from the University of Valencia in 2007. Responsible for teaching the sessions on Training on Emotional Management since 2016. Master's Degree in Clinical Psychology (2011). Graduated in English Language Teaching (2015). Yoga teacher (India, 2015) and Professor of Aerial Yoga (Thailand, 2016) recognized by the International Yoga Alliance. Professional oriented to promote health and emotional well-being through Psychology and Yoga, personal development and education of children, adolescents and adults.

Dr. Juan José Pérez Villar, founder and director of Bionexum Health, a Master´s degree in Biochemistry and a Ph.D. in Immunology and Inflammation by the Autonomous University of Madrid (UAM). Dr. Pérez Villar has developed an extensive international career in the pharmaceutical industry designing out / in -licensing operations of pharmaceutical products and projects, strategic analysis, identification and evaluation of investment opportunities, risk analysis of the proposed operations and key strategic issues for companies. Previously, he was Director of business development  at Biolty (Madrid , Spain), a consulting firm specialized in the biopharmaceutical sector, Director of the department of business development opportunities at the CEU- Cardenal Herrera University (Valencia, Spain) ; Manager of business Development department, principal investigator and deputy director in the department of oncology at the biopharmaceutical company Agensys / Astellas Inc. (Santa Monica, CA, USA), and Principal Investigator, department of oncology at the multinational pharmaceutical company Bristol- Myers Squibb Co. (Princeton , NJ , USA).

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