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or +34 648 51 95 75 (es)

 


Beatriz Cabrillo Cachafeiro english psychologist Grenoble


My name is Beatriz Cabrillo Cachafeiro and I am a Psychotherapist (M-34154) trained in Madrid, Spain.
I offer therapy in English and Spanish. I'm recognized as a psychologist in France (n°389326927).

I currently work with adults in an individual intervention, helping them with their emotional problems.

 
 
 
 

Appointment
and practical information

Do not hesitate to contact me at cabrillo@psychologie-grenoble.fr
or at +34 648 51 95 75 or +33 7 71 78 10 65 to request information or to make an appointment. If you need to schedule outside timeframe below, please contact me.


 
 

I receive you by appointment,
for a therapy in English or Spanish Psicóloga para expatriados españoles grenoble,
Monday to Friday, from 10 a.m. to 7 p.m.,
in the "Cabinet La Bruyère"
34 avenue la Bruyère in Grenoble
on the seventh floor.
Tranvía A, parada La Bruyère - Parc Jean Verlhac
Línea C5, parada Malherbe

 
Beatriz Cabrillo Cachafeiro, Psychologist in english, Cabinet La Bruyère
 
         
  Therapy is also possible online, through the E-holo platform plataforma E-holo, which complies with the Confidentiality Law.  
         
 

Prices

For a 55 min session of individual adult psychotherapy, the fees are as follows :

Face to face : 60€ (four-session voucher: 220 €)
Online : 50€ (four-session voucher: 180 €) through the E-holo platform plataforma E-holo.

Cancellation Policy: You must indicate 48 hours in advance your inability to attend the session.
Accepted forms of payment: Payment by credit card or bank transfer.

 
 

My approach is Cognitive-Behavioural Therapy and Attachment Theory, which consists of basing therapy on the bond that is established in the therapeutic space. I seek to create a safe space for you to find a connection with yourself, which will help you learn new tools and resources to build resilience to face day-to-day situations.

 
 

Throughout my experience as a psychologist, I have accompanied people in their therapeutic process, dealing with problems related to anxiety and depression generated by work problems or existential crises. I have also worked with trauma and grief of people who have had complicated childhoods, and who have carried these emotional wounds throughout their lives. This has often generated adaptation problems and difficulties in their relationships because, when bonding from an insecure attachment, people often respond through their fears and insecurities, which makes it difficult to generate secure attachments in their relationships where there is no room for constructive discussions.
I have also accompanied expats living in other countries, who had to face difficult situations such as loneliness, adapting to a new country, and cultural shocks. I have always been surrounded by foreigners, and I am knowledgeable of different cultures.

 
 
 

When starting a therapeutic process, taking the first step can be difficult and that is why I look for ways to make the process easier, so that you can express yourself without feeling judged. Communication is key for this first step, which helps us work as a team, where I as a psychologist can function as an emotional support and contain you in the difficult moments of your life. For this to happen, confidentiality in therapy is very important, by which all professionals are bound.

Although all these stages occur simultaneously, the schematized therapeutic process is be the following:

  • First interview, when we talk about the reason for consultation and expectations or objectives to work on in the sessions. If the person is coming to therapy for the first time, a therapeutic framework is usually shared to explain how therapy works.
  • Subsequently, in general, some assessment may be carried out, where tests may be sent to explore the reason for consultation.
  • In the fourth session, feedback of the process is given to explain where problems come from or the way we are going to face the difficulties.
  • Finally, we begin to apply the intervention. We first start working on thoughts and emotions (what we would call psychoeducation) in order to achieve emotional stability, and then we carry out a deeper work.

Afterwards, debriefing meetings are conducted throughout the therapeutic process.

 
 
2023
:
Cabinet La Bruyère, Grenoble
General Health Psychologist, Online
2023
:
MV Psychology
2021-2022
:
Therapychat
2021-2022
:
Vedruna School
2021
:
Amalgama Social (NB Psychology)
• Answering the Psikevirtual phone for people in crisis situations.
2020-2021
:
Attention of clinical cases at UCM (Online)
• Work in adult population focused on the cognitive model, based on distorted thoughts and negative automatic thoughts.
• Work based on the Metacognitive Model of anxiety and depression.
2020-2021
:
Ayto Fuenlabrada y Leganés
• Workshop "Learning to manage your anxiety". Casa de la mujer in Fuenlabrada (January-March 2021).
• Online workshop "Healthy separation processes". Casa de la Mujer in Leganés (April-May 2021).
2020-2021
:
Col Santa Barbara
• Attending to minors derived from the guidance department.
• Workshops with ESO and BACHILLER population: emotional regulation, self-esteem, self-control and social and coping skills.
2020-2021
:
CEIP Infanta
2018-2020
:
Sanatorio Esquerdo
2016-2017
:
Apadis Centro de Discapacidad Intelectual


 
2022-2023
:
Expert in Attachment Theory and Psychotherapy
NB Psychology Centre - Spanish Institute of Integrative Psychotherapy, Madrid, Spain.
2021-2022
:
Master's Degree in Cognitive-Behavioural Therapy for Children and Adolescents
Universidad Pontificia de Comillas, Madrid, España.
2021
:
Course on adopted children. Official College of Psychologists.
2020-2021
:
Specialization in clinical practice
Complutense University of Madrid, Madrid, Spain.
2019
:
Suicide prevention course. Spanish Foundation for Suicide Prevention.
2018-2020
:
Master's Degree in General Health Psychology - Electives: forensic Psychology and Psychology of Aging. Cardenal Cisneros University Center - UCM, Madrid, España.
2014-2018
:
Degree in Psychology – completed both double major on clinical and work
Cardenal Cisneros University Center - UCM, Madrid, España.
     

 

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