Academic Background: Clinical psychologist with a Master’s degree in Clinical Psychology and a Doctorate degree in Human Sexuality. I am currently a Psychedelic-Assisted Therapy Provider (PATP) Candidate at the University of Colorado School of Medicine and the Integrative Psychiatry Institute. In my clinical practice, I work from an integration of Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT) and the Solution-Focused Brief Therapy model. I am the author of the books “Habla de Sexo” ed. Planeta 2008 and “Me Aburrí del Sexo” ed. El Mercurio, 2018.  Lastly, I was also the host of the documentary “The Culture of Sex”  on Amazon Prime and the creator of

Target language: Spanish.

Short bio: I was born and raised  in Santiago de Chile, South America, where I still live. I have been working in the sexological field for over a decade, and I am convinced that there are many ways in which psychedelics can be a great, profound and effective gift for our sexual and overall wellbeing.

Why do you support the BTG? It’s an honor to support the BTG and the MIND Foundation on their admirable contribution of providing easy access to evidence-based information related to altered states of consciousness, psychedelic research, application, and implementation. In an era of increasing psychological suffering, I think it’s mandatory to democratize all this invaluable knowledge and information.

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