Nancy is a multilingual professional (fluent in Spanish, conversant in French and Portuguese) with over 25 years of experience as a Clinician. She has been interviewed on the PsychCentral Podcast and created several webinars on various topics for PsychCentral and World of Psychology. She has also been featured in Medium and Thrive Global.
She earned a Master's Degree in Clinical and Counseling Psychology from Teacher's College, Columbia University. Prior to that, she specialized in Clinical Psychology with Adults/Adolescents at The George Washington University where she completed the required academic coursework towards a Psy.D.
Additional classes and trainings:
Executive Coaching / Sports Psychology / Turning Intentions into Actions among others.
During her career, Nancy has worked with nonprofit organizations in the following capacities: Child Protective Services Investigator, Staff Therapist, Clinical Supervisor, Director of Clinical Services and Director of Program Services. She has conducted psychological assessments in both English and Spanish.
She has worked with the: Latino population, Foster Care system, Gang members, Prison population and Psychiatric population (the severely mentally ill). She has also treated issues surrounding Abandonment, Anxiety/Panic, Bipolar disorder, Co-dependency, Domestic violence, Depression, Dual Diagnosis, Family conflicts, LGBTQ, Life transitions, Self-Esteem, Perfectionism, Personality Disorders (Borderline, Psychosis, etc.), Schizophrenia, Sociopaths, Severe Trauma, Triply-Diagnosed: (HIV+, Substance Abuse and mental illness), including those with less distress from emotional issues that have sabotaged their life.
Included in the populations Nancy has worked with, International clients, varied professions such as business, the arts, chefs, medical professionals as well as high-profile clients.