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Gonzalo Bacigalupe

Gonzalo Bacigalupe

MFT, EdD
My first degree is clinical psychology obtained at the Catholic University of Chile together with a post degree in family therapy in Santiago. Soon after I obtained a doctoral degree in consulting and counseling psychology from the University of Massachusetts Amherst where I worked with many of the original creators of the field...
USA
Eduard Carratala

Eduard Carratala

MFT, General Healthcare Psychologist
My path is due to a series of corrections along the way. Before starting Psychology, i was studying to become a Computer Engineer; once in my Psychology degree, my focus was put on Jungian Analytic Psychology before I came into contact with a systemic approach.‍Already in my training process as a Systemic therapist, I felt there was still something missing for me, until I arrived at the BTC and learned more about the Problem-Solving Brief Therapy with Karin Schlanger and the recordings from John Weakland's therapies.
Spain
Pedro Vargas Ávalos

Pedro Vargas Ávalos

Maestría en Filosofía de la Ciencia
My first contact with the Palo Alto Brief Therapy model was through the reading of Gregory Bateson and his Double Link hypothesis during the third year of the race. My interest was to understand especially the nature of human behavior, in fact then I did not even think about practicing psychotherapy. Then came the reading of Human Communication Theory and it was already inevitable to look with that lens at all human interaction....
Mexico City, Mexico
Clara Solís

Clara Solís

PSYCH
I liked psychology since middle school. Upon arriving at the university I confirmed that I made the right choice. In the sixth semester I studied the clinical area and met the family therapy and the brief therapy model. From that moment I knew that that was what I wanted to do when I left university. Although the profession first led me on the educational course I never forgot the therapy, in fact, it was always my support lever...
Mexico City, Mexico
Dr. Ilka Hoffmann-Bisinger

Dr. Ilka Hoffmann-Bisinger

PhD, Dipl.-Psych.
"Dr. Ilka Hoffmann-Bisinger is a trainer, counselor, therapist, coach and supervisor at iska-berlin. Accredited by the Systemic Society (SG) as a trainer in therapy, coaching and supervision, she also trains at other systemic institutes in Germany and abroad. Ilka Hoffmann-Bisinger is also a lecturer at the University of Applied Sciences in Frankfurt a.M., the University of Mainz and the University of Mannheim (ZPP) in Germany.
Germany
Dieter Wellmann

Dieter Wellmann

M.A.
In the year of 1993, during my psychology studies at the University Vienna, I felt, that there was a piece missing in my education. I found that missing brick in the constructivist interactional view of the Mental Research Institute, as I read the books of Paul Watzlawick. I decided to attend the Brief Therapy Training in the summer of 1995. In Palo Alto, I met the „popes“, who taught me to help people most efficiently.
Austria