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Andy is a Clinical Psychologist, and a Family Therapist by the Ackerman Institute of New York. Since 2016 She´s been deeply committed managing a community program of assistance to Transgender Youth and their families based in an affirmative approach. In her private practice, she works with emerging adults (clients in their 20s and 30s) helping them to heal emotional wounds, develop self-compassion and self-confidence, cultivate meaningful relationships, find joy and purpose in their personal and professional lives.
Andy is a highly integrative, she arrived to AEDP with background in different therapies as Person Centered Approach, Emotion Focused therapy and Dialectical Behavioral Therapy. These influences are deeply intertwined throughout her work. She is very enthusiastic about AEDP, she is part of the Experiential Assistants community, collaborating in immersion and essential skills courses. Andy is also very committed to sprend of AEDP in Argentina and in the countries of Latin America.