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LCP, MSc in Clinical Psy, MSc in Forensic Psy, BSc (Hons) Psy
Ana Gómez Arinero is a Clinical Psychologist at ACPN. She concluded her MSc in Clinical and Forensic Psychology from the Universidad Complutense of Madrid in 2018 specializing in Forensic Psychology. Her specialization in Clinical Psychology was earned through her MSc in Time Limited Psychotherapies in Madrid, from the European Institute of Time Limited Psychotherapies in 2015. Mrs. Arinero had concluded her MSc in Mental Health Applied to Clinical Practice from Universidad of León, Spain, in 2011 prior to her completion of BSc (Hons) in Psychology from the Universitat Oberta de Catalunya, in Spain, in 2014.
In 2018, Mrs. Arinero relocated to Dubai, working at The Psychology Center at the Carbone Clinic in DHCC. Prior to her relocation, she practiced privately in Madrid as an associate of the European Institute of Time Limited Psychotherapies since 2015. Her practice in Forensic Psychology was at First Instance Court of Majadahonda; Forensic Medical Clinic at Plaza Castilla (Madrid) and at the Penitentiary Center Madrid III- Valdemoro from 2015 to 2017. She conducted CBT programs for convicts through the Spanish General Secretariat of Penitentiary Institutions in the year 2017. While pursuing her BSc in Psychology, she worked at the inpatient residential facility of Hermanas Hospitalarias in Madrid with patients suffering with severe and persistent mental health symptomatology, and at the Community Social Services of Rivas Vaciamadrid, in Madrid, delivering treatment to adolescents, women and families. She worked for the Spanish National Security Bodies as part of the Program to updated risk-assessment protocols to avoid crime against women.
Mrs. Arinero is licensed by DHCA and DHA in Dubai, and is chartered member of the Madrid Collegial Body of Psychologists (COPM), Associate of the European Institute of Time-Limited Psychotherapies, Member of the Middle East Psychological Association (MEPA), of the Middle East Eating Disorders Association (MEEDA) and of the Arabian Child and Adolescents Mental Health Association.
Mrs. Arinero works with adolescents and adults facing a wide range of behavioral and emotional difficulties, developing understanding of their intrapersonal and interpersonal discomfort and symptomatology, and charting a path of mental health recovery and of personal growth. She stands out for an integrated understanding of the person, where physiological and psychological aspects are considered and involved in the recovery process (aligned with environmental and cultural factors), working with interdisciplinary medical teams. Having been trained in evidence-based psychotherapies, she is specialized in CBT-ED & CBT-OB for the treatment of Eating Disorders, adapting her clinical practice to each person.
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