• Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA)

* Behaviorism is the school of psychology that considers observable behavior to be the object of study. Here we focus on process underlying behavioral change, specifically to Classical Conditioning/Pavlovian Conditioning and Operant Conditioning (Skinner). As per The Handy Psychology Answer Handbook, Lisa J. Cohen, Ph.D (2016), "Behaviorism is best described as a theory of learning...mental process of learning that had to be translated into behavioral terms. Thus, learning occurs when a new behavior is repeatedly and consistently performed in response to a given stimulus.   

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SERVICES available on our Doral office by appointment for individual therapy:   

(Group therapy and support groups for woman experiencing post-partum depression are to be announced: call for more information)

  • psychotherapy
  • cognitive behavioral
  • supportive
  • adolescents and family
  • solution focused therapy

 Mostly addressed:

  • depression
  • abuse: emotional/sexual
  • anxiety
  • stress/burned out
  • transitional  life changes
  • depression do to medical diagnosis
  • post-partum depression
  • post traumatic stress disorder
  • social skills training

Methods used:

  • Cognitive Behavior Therapy
  • Psychotherapy/psychodynamic
  • Solution focused therapy
  • emphasis on positive psychology
  • psychosocial treatments (deep breathing exercise and movement therapy)
  • Existential Therapy

Cognitive Behavior therapy

  • learn to replace negative depressive thoughts and attributions with more positive ones 
  • This is  a psycho-educational model, which emphasizes therapy as a learning process, including acquiring and practicing new skills, learning new ways of thinking, and acquiring more effective ways of coping with problems.
  • therapist and client work as a team to uncover faulty thinking patterns and the underlying schemas from were they come from
  • Therapy is primarily oriented toward cognition and behavior, and it stresses the role of thinking, deciding, questioning, doing, and re-deciding.


  • Contemporary version of psychoanalysis that still emphasizes on unconscious processes and conflicts but is briefer and more focused on specific problems

Solution focused therapy

Existential Therapy

  • Central focus is on the nature of the human condition that includes the capacity for self-awareness, freedom of choice to decide one's fate, responsibility , search for meaning, being alone, and being relation with others, striving for authenticity, and facing living and dying.
  • Interest is on present and are on what one is becoming.
  • has a future orientation and stresses self-awareness before action
  • help individuals see that they are free and to become aware  of their possibilities
  • challenge to recognize that individuals are responsible for events that they formerly thought were happening to them
  • focus here here and now