My name is Mercedes Pedreira Quiroga … I am from Galicia (Spain), I was born in Lugo, 54 years ago….
I decided at the last minute to study Psychology ... I doubted between that and mathematics ... And I do not regret it ... I think I have one of the best professions in the world ... No two people are alike ... from all my clients I learn ... from their professions, hobbies, experiences ... They challenge me and I challenge them ...
Hello dear readers, I’m honoured to be the first Member of the Month of 2019!
I am Lily Wessel, living in the south-east of France. I am originally from Holland. I came to live permanently in France in 1984, after many visits and some longer stays.
I certified in 2013 as an International Integrative Psychotherapist and have been in the process of being certified as a Trainer and Supervisor since 2016
I was born on 20th April in 1955. Although my mother did not have a professional education, people would consult her to solve their problems. She would help them find a solution. I started to play an active role in solving problems from a young age. Honesty was the most important principle for me.
In my high school years, biology and psychology courses were my favorite subjects. I had a bachelor's degree in psychology field, and I started working. The love of learning within me has never ended. Then, I obtained
I graduated in Psychology from the Deusto University, in 1987.
I completed the Master of Mental Health and Psychotherapeutic Techniques by the OMIE Foundation and the Deusto University, in 1994.
In 2003 I received the Official Degree of Psychologist Specialist in Clinical Psychology from the Ministry of Education, Culture and Sports.
Maša Žvelc, PhD, is an integrative psychotherapist and international integrative psychotherapy trainer and supervisor (IIPA). In 1998 she graduated in psychology, University of Ljubljana, Slovenia; in 2004 she completed a scientific master’s degree in clinical psychology and in 2017 she completed a scientific doctorate study in psychology. For her doctorate study she was researching helping and hindering factors in psychotherapy supervision.