Harvard University Trained?

Yes, we receive training from Harvard University on regular basis.

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Our Harvard training experience ​started about 20 years ago when we completed an up-grade in Leadership Style under Harvard Business School and the University Alta Direction in Mendoza, Argentina.

Leadership Styles Harvard Business School (2002)

Some years later, after finalizing our studies in the field of Child Psychology and Counseling and Psychotherapy, we started to receive training at Harvard Medical School:

Assessment and Treatment of Anxiety in the Primary Care Setting Harvard Medical School (2013)

Assessment and Treatment of Depression in the Primary Care Setting Harvard Medical School (2014)

In 2015 we took intensive training in Boston under Harvard Medical School and the McLean Hospital:

Mental Health and Education Harvard Medical School (2015)

In 2016 we completed one more training in Boston under Harvard Medical School and the Cambridge Health Alliance:

Specialization in Autism Spectrum Disorders Harvard Medical School (2016)

In 2019 we took a combination of courses on Developing Resilience for clinicians and "Balin Groups" in Orvieto, Italy, under Harvard Medical School:

Reflexion and Resilience, Principle and Practice for Clinicians Harvard Medical School (2019)

In the same year we furthered our training in Boston through an upgrade on Coaching and Leadership, and became members of the Institute of Coaching from Harvard University

Coaching in Leadership and Health Care Harvard Medical School (2019)

In 2020, and because of the COVID-19 situation in the world, we couldn't travel to Boston so instead we took an intense training in Coaching from Da Vinci International under Harvard Medical School:

Specialization in Ground-Breaking Techniques for the Treatment of ADHD, Addictions, Social Disorder, Pain, Anorexia, Sleep Disorders, Anxiety, and Mood Disorders evaluation Harvard Medical School (2020)

Specialization in Lifestyle Medicine: Culinary Health Education Fundamentals and Coaching Beyond the Basics Harvard Medical School (2020)