Specialty in Psychiatry at Maudsley Hospital, Kings College University, London
Sub-Specialty in Medical Psychotherapy at Springfield Hospital, St George’s’ University, London
Postgraduate Studies in Systemic Therapy with Couples and Families at The Institute of Family Therapy & Birkbeck College, London
Antonia Regojo is a London trained Medical Psychotherapist with more than 10 years experience working in the British NHS in Psychotherapy Services. She moved back to Madrid in January 2015. She is a Member of the British Royal College of Psychiatrists, Psychotherapy Faculty, British Psychoanalytic Council and British Psychotherapy Foundation. She has worked in multidisciplinary teams assessing and delivering different psychotherapeutic treatments for a variety of mental health issues from mild depressions to severe personality disorders. She has worked a Consultant Psychiatrist and Medical Lead of an Eating Disorders Service in London, using a bio-psycho-social approach, to help these patients with their difficulties. Therapeutic focus was on cognitive-behavioural therapy, dynamic psychotherapy and group therapy.
She has been involved in corporate work, helping professional teams going through difficulties, to understand team dynamics and work more effectively.
She has taught at Kings College University and St Georges University, London, to medical students, residents and nurses. She has also been involved in the psychotherapy supervision of doctors, nurses and psychologists.
Dr Regojo treats adults couples and families with an integrative approach (mainly dynamic and systemic) Her areas of expertise are Personality Disorders, Psychosomatics, Families and Eating Disorders. Other areas of interests are Perinatal Psychotherapy, Professional Dynamics, Attachment and Teaching.
Carla Boyer is a psychologist licensed to practice in Spain since 1990. She holds the European Diploma of Psychology and the Psicólogo Especialista en Psicoterapia from the European Federation of Psychologists Associations and is a member of the American Psychological Association She obtained her Masters with Distinction from the Miami Institute of Psychology and has worked on her doctorate at the Universidad Pontificia de Comillas in Madrid. She gives lectures at local international organizations and is a member of the International Association of Eating Disorders having presented at their annual conference in 2010. In the past she has worked as the counsellor in St. Louis University in Madrid. She is also the clinical director of Healthy Work were she supervises the work of over 300 psychologists who work on the every day psychological problems of employees using a short solution focus model of psychotherapy. She specializes in women, psychology, cross cultural issues, eating disorders, depression, stress and anxiety. She is fluent in Spanish, Italian and English. As a psychologist she can perform evaluations on both personality and cognitive /intelligence/learning differences having done so for several embassies in Madrid.
Taylor Dubins has experience working in a variety of settings in the US including private practices, rehabilitation centers, and schools for children with learning disabilities and special needs. She has had extensive training, interest, and experience with individuals who have a wide variety of speech and language disorders as well as adults who have dysphagia and cognitive impairments. She also has worked with adults who want to modify/reduce their accents. She believes therapy should be functional and fun. She takes the time to get to know each individual and finds creative ways to help them achieve success. She also enjoys consulting with other people involved in a child’s care and giving recommendations and home programs to parents to increase students’ academic achievement and overall development.
Amélie Carvallo has international training and experience in assessing and treating people with a wide variety of communication disorders. Her clinical experience extends from working with individuals who have mild articulation difficulties to others with severe auditory processing disorders. Her main area of interest includes working with people who are bilingual or multilingual. She also is passionate about assessing patients before, during and after awake brain surgeries.
She began her career in a busy and eclectic private practice in California. In this setting she saw, amongst many other cases, numerous Spanish-speaking toddlers requiring early intervention. In Paris, she evaluated and treated monolingual and multilingual children with various speech-language disorders. She also worked with professionals who wanted to modify their accents.
In July 2006, she moved to Madrid. In addition to her small private practice and occasional hospital work, she works as a learning support teacher for primary and secondary students at International College Spain.
Miguel (Mike) Cristobal is a psychologist licensed to practice in Spain . He holds the European Diploma of Psychology and the Psicólogo Especialista en Psicoterapia from the European Federation of Psychologists Associations and is a member of the American Psychological Association. He obtained his Masters with Distinction from the Miami Institute of Psychology and has worked on his doctorate from the Universidad Pontificia de Comillas. He has been the Director of a Centre for troubled teenagers in Madrid and has worked as the individual therapist at a Day Hospital for Adolescents in Carabanchel. While in Miami he was the director of the residential setting for psychotic clients. He has taught at the Centre for International Studies (CIS) and the Universidad Complutense de Madrid and gives seminars in many international associations. He has recently appeared on the TV Program “Family Doctor” and is the creator of “Kliquers”, a project designed to teach being assertive and empathic to adolescents all over Spain . Miguel specializes in teenagers, couple therapy, drug/alcohol dependence and conduct disorders. As a psychologist he can perform evaluations on personality and cognitive intelligence /learning differences doing so for embassies in Madrid since 1990.
Dr. Linda Fernbach is an educational psychologist and special education teacher, who has worked both in the United States and in Spain. She provides assessment and instruction to students with special needs at all grade levels, both in remedial programs and in enrichment programs for the gifted.
She does psycho-educational assessments with children and adolescents, assessments that are used to determine a students’ strengths and weaknesses and make an educational plan, or to determine eligibility for gifted programs.
Dr. Fernbach received a Fulbright grant in Madrid for her doctoral research on bilingual reading comprehension. She combines a practice in psycho-educational evaluations with her teaching job in the resource room at the American School of Madrid.
Juliana Harris has international training and experience in Speech and Language Pathology and Talented and Gifted Education. Her clinical experience covers a wide variety of pathologies from language related issues of children with attention deficit hyperactivity disorder to gifted children with high functioning autistic spectrum disorder. Her main area of interest includes working with gifted children and adolescents with learning differences related to dyslexia, reading disorders and disorders of written expression. After working with children and teens with a variety of health issues including neonatal feeding disorders and dysphasia, Juliana received a Fulbright research grant and worked and studied in Barcelona and Madrid in both public and private hospitals and clinics. She returned to the U.S. to work in New York City Schools with children and teens with learning differences. After deciding to specialize in specific learning disabilities, Juliana moved to Washington D.C. where she worked at the Lab School of Washington, world renowned private school for gifted and talented children and teens with language learning disabilities. She is currently enrolled in the graduate program for Gifted Education and Talent Development at the University of Connecticut.
Juliana has established herself in Madrid where she combines her private practice with her job as Learning Support Coordinator for Special Needs and Gifted and Talented pupils at Cognita Hastings School.
Laura Parada is an Educational Psychologist who worked in schools in Argentina and Spain both as teacher and Educational Psychologist. She has broad work experience in international school and with international and bilingual families. Before moving to Spain, Laura studied in the US and completed her field training in several schools in Miami, Florida.
Since 2000, she is the Learning Support Coordinator at International College Spain. She also has her private practice since 1996.
Her area of work is mainly focused on assessment and treatment of children and adolescents with learning disabilities such as dyslexia, dyscalculia and attention deficit disorder. Laura has a wide range of experience assessing and working with multilingual students. In addition, she carries out assessments for children who are suspected of being gifted and talented helping parents and schools in making appropriate accommodations and placements for these students. In her private practice, Laura keeps close liaison with schools and/or other professionals to ensure a collaborative approach to intervention, supporting the student to access the curriculum and working with the classroom teacher.
Tara Konradi has worked as an occupational therapist in a variety of clinical settings in the US including schools, sensory integration clinics, hospitals and nursing homes. She most recently has worked as a private contractor with the New York City Public School System and at a pediatric clinic with children with complex medical conditions in New York. As part of her doctorate, her research included the areas of occupational deprivation, occupational justice, neuro-occupation and work with refugees. Tara Konradi, as a professional in her field of rehabilitation, works to help people with physical, developmental and/or emotional difficulties, achieve greater independence. Difficulties with independence can occur as a result of a neurological problem, the aging process, or an accident. Her capabilities include adapting a home to the needs of the person to teaching someone how to use a wheelchair. In the area of pediatric occupational therapy, she has a wide range of experience including teaching handwriting skills, treating sensory integration problems, and motor coordination training.
Arthur has been working in English as a private practice speech-language therapist with English-speaking children in their schools and homes since coming to Madrid in 2000. He came from Massachusetts, where he was a speech-language therapist for adults and children in hospitals and clinics. He has also worked as a speech-language therapist in hospitals, rehabilitation centers, nursing homes, and several other states during the summer school holidays since moving to Madrid. Arthur believes that collaboration with parents is essential to achieve success with therapy goals and is a firm believer in working in a team with other professionals. As one of several people who help a child progress in his/her development he doesn´t consider himself the expert, but rather a person whose unique perspective and interaction with a child can help parents and other professionals promote his/her well-being.
James Rosow is a Licensed Clinical Psychologist in private practice and a member of the faculty at Instituto de Empresa. He received his undergraduate degree from the University of Pennsylvania and his doctorate from the Derner Institute at Adelphi University. As a clinical psychologist, Dr. Rosow specializes in individual therapy with children, adolescents and adults and relies on both psychodynamic and cognitive-behavioral interventions. He also treats couples and families. Some of Dr. Rosow’s previous clinical positions include being the Director of Clinical Training at the Brooklyn Children’s Psychiatric Center and Assistant Director of the Proctor Academy Charter School.
In addition to his clinical work, Dr. Rosow is the co-founder of Psyngery Group, a company that helps executives understand and leverage the science of human interaction. He is also a Senior Associate at Psychologics, a firm providing companies with in-depth, psychologically-oriented, qualitative research and creative organizational and marketing solutions. It is in this capacity that he assists organizations in functioning more effectively, both internally and in their direct service to their clients. Dr. Rosow has developed and implemented research strategies, presented findings to leaders of business and has conducted seminars in consumer psychology and in understanding unconscious communication.
Before his psychology career, Dr. Rosow co-founded a nonprofit organization providing community service and cross cultural experiences to teenagers in the United States, Europe and the Caribbean.
Antonia Regojo is a London trained Medical Psychotherapist with more than 10 years experience working in the British NHS in Psychotherapy Services. She moved back to Madrid in January 2015.
Carla Boyer is a psychologist licensed to practice in Spain since 1990. She holds the European Diploma of Psychology and the Psicólogo Especialista en Psicoterapia from …
Taylor Dubins has experience working in a variety of settings in the US including private practices, rehabilitation centers, and schools for children with learning disabilities and special needs.
Amélie Carvallo has international training and experience in assessing and treating people with a wide variety of communication disorders. Her clinical experience extends …
Miguel (Mike) Cristobal is a psychologist licensed to practice in Spain . He holds the European Diploma of Psychology and the Psicólogo Especialista en Psicoterapia…
Dr. Linda Fernbach is an educational psychologist and special education teacher, who has worked both in the United States and in Spain. She provides assessment and …
Juliana Harris has international training and experience in Speech and Language Pathology and Talented and Gifted Education. Her clinical experience covers a wide variety …
Laura Parada is an Educational Psychologist who worked in schools in Argentina and Spain both as teacher and Educational Psychologist. She has broad work experience …
Tara Konradi has worked as an occupational therapist in a variety of clinical settings in the US including schools, sensory integration clinics, hospitals and nursing homes.
Arthur has been working in English as a private practice speech-language therapist with English-speaking children in their schools and homes since coming to Madrid in 2000.
In addition to his clinical work, Dr. Rosow is the co-founder of Psyngery Group, a company that helps executives understand and leverage the science of human interaction.