Licensed Clinical Psychologist
Graduated from the Carlos Albizu University, San Juan, PR. She specializes in the evaluation and intervention of children with neurodevelopmental deficiencies, including Autism Spectrum Disorder. She completed her internship at the Institute of Developmental Deficiencies, in the Reciento de Ciencias Médicas, Río Piedras. She is also a member of the leadership program: Leadership Education in Neurodevelopmental and Related Disabilities (LEND) of the Westchester Institute for Human Development ,, New York.
He currently chairs the comprehensive services for children program: HOPE., Where he offers evaluation and therapeutic services, as well as workshops and consultancies. She works as a clinical psychologist at the Puerto Rico Autism Center in Río Piedras.
It is certified for the clinical administration of ADOS-2, the most reliable test for diagnosing Autism Spectrum Disorder. It is also certified in Positive Discipline for parents and offers workshops related to behavior management to parents and professionals. She practiced as a professor at the Carlos Albizu University, in the Autonomous Graduate Certificate, as well as supervising students in the Integral Development Program: Zika.
As part of her commitment to early intervention, she is in the process of completing her certification on the Early Start Denver Model (ESDM).