Editorial Director

Lucrecia Sánchez Berneman - Argentina
Clinical Psychologist. Training in Expressive Arts Therapies, Psychodrama, Equine Assisted Psychotherapy, Addictions, Advanced Therapies, Humanistic Psychology. School integrator. Director of studies and coordination of the Counseling and Psychotherapy Department at Holos Sánchez Bodas y Berneman. Co-author of the book "Meet Carl Rogers", Editorial Lea and author of articles for national and international magazines. Editorial Director in Enfoque Humanístico Magazine. Co-founder of Expresión Creativa.

Comité Asesor Editorial

Alberto Segrera - Mexico

Bachelor’s degree in Psychology. Specialist in Self-Directing Psychology (Person-Centered). Creator of the International Person-Centered Approach Forum (ACP). Director of the International Archives of the ACP/Mexico. Member of the Management Commission of the Ibero-American Association of the ACP. International Consultant of CPHMINAS.

Andrés Sánchez Bodas - Argentina

Bachelor’s degree in Psychology from the Faculty of Philosophy and Letters of the National University of Buenos Aires. Therapist and facilitator of personal development. College professor in the Psychology Program at the University of Buenos Aires (Assistant Professor of Psychological Counseling), and Psychopedagogy at the Universidad del Salvador (Associate Professor in Social Psychology). Founder of the Counseling’s profession in Argentina and South America. Founder of Holos. Director of Holos San Isidro and PEAC.
Member of the editor’s staff of the Person-Centered Review and the International Round Table for the Advancement of Counseling (IRTAC). Currently, Mr. Sanchez is the International Representative of the NBCC (National Board for Certified Counselors) in Argentina. He was president of the International Holistic University Foundation. Author of numerous publications in psychological and philosophical fields, national and international. He has published thirteen books, eight as an author and five as co-author and compiler.

Antonio Angelo Favaro Coppe - Brazil

Master me Psychology from UFRJ, Clinical Psychologist, group facilitator, Professor and Supervisor of the Psychology Course of the Pontificia Catholic University of Minas Gerais, Coordinator of the Postgraduate Course in Hospital Psychology at IECPUCMinas/Hospital Felicio Rocho and the Training courses in Person-Centered Psychotherapy at CPHMINAS.

Antonio Tena Suck - Mexico

Bachelor’s degree in Psychology by the Universidad Iberoamericana, master’s in clinical psychology from the National Autonomous University of Mexico. He has a specialty in Dynamic Psychiatry from the Mexican Psychoanalytic Association and holds a Doctor of Psychology from the Universidad Iberoamericana. ​

University Merit Medal at Universidad Iberoamericana, NBCC International Member Board of Directors. Currently, he is the Secretary of Teaching and Research by CNEIP. ​

He has several publications, which are: Five Laboratory Manuals, Two Books Published on Research, more than 25 articles published in National and International Journals, Directorate of more than 100 Bachelors and Postgraduate Thesis. ​

Dr. Tena’s clinical interests include individual psychotherapy for patients with eating disorders, adolescents and adults.  Currently, Dr. Tena is in charge of the Directorate of the Department of Psychology at the Universidad Iberoamericana, Mexico City.

Eitan Kleinberg - México
Private psychotherapists of teenagers, adults and couples. Coordinator of the Professional Certification of the Mexican Association of Psychological Counseling and Psychotherapy, A.C. University Professor of Psychology at the Bachelor and master’s level. Degree in Psychology from Universidad Iberoamericana, Mexico City.  Master in Mental Health Counseling from Florida International University, Miami.

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​George Davy Vera - Venezuela

Dr. Vera is a Professor Emeritus granted by the University of Zulia (2004), Maracaibo, Venezuela. Currently,  Dr. Vera is a Professor at Barry University, USA.  Professor Vera has been working intensively in the field of Counseling for 35 years. He holds several academic degrees: A Pedagogical Sciences BE with an emphasis on Counseling by the University of Zulia; MS in Behavioral Counseling (Center for Psychiatric, Psychological and Sexual Research in Venezuela). Another MEd in Counselor Education, with an emphasis on Community Services and Mental Health Counseling and a Ph.D. in Counselor Education & Supervision, with an emphasis on Mental Health and Research (University of New Orleans, USA).  His postdoctoral training includes a clinical residency in socio-community mental health services (McFarland Institute, New Orleans, USA)  and Human Sciences postdoctorate focused on the ethical-intellectual education and development of counselors’ professional identity of others helping professionals (University of Zulia, Venezuela).  His teaching and research interests focus on Counseling for mental health from transtheoretical approaches, individual and community counseling, as well as consultation for the development of leadership programs, accreditation and certification of Counseling professionals. Dr. Vera is the founder and coordinator of two recognized research groups in Venezuela, one group dedicated to The Pedagogy and Praxis of Counseling, and the other group on Theory and Praxis of Qualitative Research. Internationally, Dr. Vera has been a facilitator and lecturing on several issues; such as Ethics, Mental Health Counseling, Leadership and Supervision of Counselors in several countries, including Mexico, Colombia, Argentina, Cuba, Nicaragua, United States, Switzerland, India, Spain and France.

José Miguel Calderón

José Miguel Calderón - Perú

Post Master’s Degree in Expressive Arts Therapy (CAGS) at the European Graduate School, Switzerland. Master’s Degree in Psychoanalytic Theory Studies, University College London. Bachelor’s in Clinical Psychology from the Pontifical Catholic University of Peru. Psychotherapist of Expressive Arts in private practice. Consultant in organizational and community projects. Director of TAE Peru.Post Maestría en Terapia de Artes Expresivas (CAGS) en el European Graduate School, Suiza. Maestría en Estudios de Teoría Psicoanalítica, University College London. Licenciado en Psicología Clínica en la Pontificia Universidad Católica del Perú. Psicoterapeuta de Artes Expresivas en la práctica privada. Consultor en proyectos organizacionales y comunitarios. Director de TAE Perú.

J. Scott Hinkle - USA

Ph.D. is the Director of Professional Development at NBCC in Greensboro, North Carolina USA. Dr. Hinkle is an international mental health counselor specializing in global capacity building, crisis intervention, and family counseling. He is the co-developer of the Mental Health Facilitator training program and has presented papers regarding this topic on five continents. Dr. Hinkle is the editor of The Professional Counselor: Research and Practice, NBCC's refereeded online open source journal for counselors.

Maria Gonzalez-Blue - USA

I am an Expressive Arts Therapist and Expressive Arts Consultant/Educator. I have been in private practice for 30 years facilitating personal and spiritual growth with individuals and groups from diverse populations. I currently teach Person-Centered Expressive Arts Therapy at California Institute for Integral Studies in San Francisco, California, USA, and have taught in Mexico, Argentina and Guatemala. The strength of my work is supported by a 25-year relationship with Huichol shamans from Mexico.

​María Suárez - Bolivia

Bachelor’s in Psychology, Mejor Humanist Clinic at the Bolivian Catholic University of La Paz, Bolivia, 1986.Postgraduate in Human Development at CIDES-UMSA (Universidad Mayor de San Andrés), La Paz, Bolivia, 1995.Member of the Oversight Commission of the Iberoamericana Association of the Person-Centered Approach.Founder of the Institute of Therapy and Research (ITEI), Bolivia.

Mercedes ter Maat - USA

Professor of Counseling Education at Nova Southeastern University in Ft. Lauderdale, Florida (USA). She has graduated with a Ph.D. in Counseling Education and Supervision and a master’s degree in Counseling from Virginia Tech University. Mercedes also received a Master of Art Therapy from George Washington University in Washington, DC. His areas of teaching and research are in school counseling and mental health counseling, ethics, multicultural counseling, and art therapy.

Omar García Miranda​​​​​​​​​​ - Cuba

Bachelor’s Psychology. Researcher. Center for Psychological and Sociological Research. Ministry of Science, Technology and the Environment. Cuba. Professor. University of Havana. Master's Degree in Management Consulting, 2002. University of Havana. Master's Degree in Labor and Organization Psychology, 2004. University of Havana. Diploma in Human Resources Management, 1997. Instituto Superior Pedagogical "Jo Antonio Echeverría". President Psychological Guidance Section of the Cuban Society of Psychology

   ​​Ovidio Dangelo - Cuba​​​

PhD in Psychological Sciences. Psychologist and Sociologist. Holding Researcher and Professor of the Center for Psychological and Sociological Research (CIPS) of Cuba. Member of its Scientific Council. He leads the CIPS Creativity Group on The Projects: Creative Professional Development, Intergenerational Dialogue and Creativity for Social Transformation. Advisory member of the Board of Directors of the Cuban Society of Psychology. He runs his Psychology and Society Section. Co-chair of the Chair of Complexity Studies, Havana. He has won awards for Scientific Research, from the Academy of Sciences of Cuba, the Journal of Themes -of Social Sciences-, the Ibero-American Ethics Competition and others. Author of more than 80 national and foreign scientific journals, 10 books and several collectives of authors. Member of the direction of the International Organization for the Promotion and Development of Thought and editor of the Cuban issue of its Magazine Crecemos Internacional.Adviser of the OFDP-Cuba Group and Full Professor of the PRYCREA Program for the Development of Reflective and Creative Persons, and postgraduates (Diplomas, Master's and Doctorates in Cuba and in universities in several Latin American countries.

Raquel Wrona - Brazil

Psychologist, psychotherapist and group facilitator.

Specialist in Psychological Counseling by the USP. Member of the Paulista Association of the Person-Centered Approach; scientific council of the International Archives of the Person-Centered Approach; founding member and member of the Management Committee of the Ibero-American Association of the Person-Centered Approach.

specialista en Aconsejamiento Psicológico por la USP. Miembro de la Asociación Paulista del Enfoque Centrado en la Persona; del Consejo Científico de los Archivos Internacionales del Enfoque Centrado en la Persona; miembro fundador y miembro del Comité Gestor de la Asociación Iberoamericana del Enfoque Centrado en la Persona.

​Salvador Moreno López - Mexico

He studied bachelor's, master's and doctorate in psychology. University professor and psychotherapist for more than thirty years. The person-centered approach has been one of the most influential axes of formation, within a perspective of interdisciplinary dialogue. He has published several articles in the field of education and psychotherapy, and two books related to person-centered education. His most recent book (2009) is about discovering body wisdom through Focusing. He is Certifying Coordinator of the Focusing Institute in New York. He currently works as a plant professor at ITESO, the Jesuit university of Guadalajara, and teaches workshops and consultancies through Focusing Mexico.Psychiatrist at the National University of La Plata. Psychodramatist and Group Psychotherapist. Physician Consultant Psychiatrist of ICAS International. ​Holder of Normal and Abnormal Personality of the Holos San Isidro Institution. Articles for journals in the psychological field. Publications: "Mere Illusion" (Deldragon Editions),"Types in Bed", Personality and Sexuality (Lea Editions), "Mental Illness", "Types Fleeing" (2010), The Enluted Vagina (2011) and Anxious Loves (2012).Psychiatrist at the National University of La Plata. Psychodramatist and Group Psychotherapist. Physician Consultant Psychiatrist of ICAS International. ​Holder of Normal and Abnormal Personality of the Holos San Isidro Institution. Articles for journals in the psychological field. Publications: "Mere Illusion" (Deldragon Editions),"Types in Bed", Personality and Sexuality (Lea Editions), "Mental Illness", "Types Fleeing" (2010), The Enluted Vagina (2011) and Anxious Loves (2012).

Tomeu Barceló - Palma de Mallorca

Tomeu Barceló - Palma de Mallorca

Professor, philologist, philosopher, therapist, specialist in group dynamics and human relations at the Center for Studies of the Person de la Jolla (California), Certified Focusing Professional (Trainer) and Certifying Coordinator by The Focusing Institute of New York, Focusing-Oriented Psychotherapy by The Focusing Institute of New York, National Coordinator of the Spanish Institute of Focusing, Director of the Institute de Formacion Ramon Serra (Palma). International Consultant at the Center for Humanist Psychology in Minas Gerais (Brazil), a member of The Focusing Institute in New York of which is International Coordinator for Spain and the World Association for Person-Centered and Experiential Psychotherapy and Counseling, Secretary of the Ibero-American Association of the Person-Centered Approach (AIECP-AIACP). Vice-president of the Fundació Esplai de les Illes Balears.

Walter Hugo Ghedin - Argentina

Psychiatrist at the National University of La Plata. Psychodramatist and Group Psychotherapist. Physician Consultant Psychiatrist of ICAS International. ​Holder of Normal and Abnormal Personality of the Holos San Isidro Institution. Articles for journals in the psychological field. Publications: "Mere Illusion" (Deldragon Editions),"Types in Bed", Personality and Sexuality (Lea Editions), "Mental Illness", "Types Fleeing" (2010), The Mourning Vagina (2011) and Anxious Loves (2012).