type of services:
Individual Session, Children & Adolescents
Marian Ainchart obtained her Bachelor Degree in Psychology in 2006 receiving a first class honours, at the Autonomous University of Madrid. In 2007 she completed a Masters in Behavioral Therapy at the Therapeutic Institute of Madrid, carrying out clinical work while working with the researcher Dra. Maria Xesus Frojan. Here is where her main approach; Behavioural Analysis started. Within this approach it is essential to treat and analyse each case as a whole individual world, assessing as well the history of each person in order to understand how they think, feel and behave today and why they suffer, why their behavioural patterns are a problem for them in the context of where they live, work, feel and love and what are the consequences of their behaviour at in their environment and how the environment affects them as well in return, on the things they want to achieve (materials or abstract goals as values).
Between 2011 and 2013 Maria went on to study and practiced with real cases at the ACT Institute of Madrid obtaining the Master in Contextual Therapies: Acceptance and Commitment Therapy and FAP (functional analyses psychotherapy). This Master was created to give an answer to the origin and maintenance of psychological human problems in regards to human language and cognition. It is the first Masters of its kind in Europe directed by the researcher Carmen Luciano.
In 2014 she obtained the official Master in Functional Analyses in Clinical Contexts more specilized in the childhood area at the Autonomous University of Almería(First Class Honours): one of the best public masters in Spain and Europe, directed and imparted again by the clinical psychologist and researcher Carmen Luciano and other national and international clinical researchers as Yvonne Barnes-Holmes
She posses wide experience as psychotherapist with both adults and children.
She offers sessions both in english and spanish.
English , Spanish
● Chronic Illness
● Personality disorder
● Self harm