As a therapist, Monica’s approach to trauma is rooted in her own personal experience of unraveling her own wounds. After years of trying to hide them and protect herself, she eventually came to the realization that her scars were not something to be ashamed of, but rather something to be celebrated.
In many ways, her journey has been one of shedding layers of defense mechanisms, and discovering the beauty that can be found in the scars left behind.
She draws inspiration from ancient cultures, where warriors would often praise their wounds as a testament to their strength and resilience. Through her work, she seeks to support others embrace their own wounds, and to recognize the power that can be found in vulnerability and self-awareness. Her training in Systemic Coaching, Birth Chart Depository, and Compassionate Inquiry all inform her approach to working with clients, guiding them to become known to themselves and to find healing and growth during their own struggles.
Her passion for horses, tango, Seichim-Reiki, yoga, ancient cultures, symbols, and nature were and are the most valuable guides on her path.
“I am the sum of feelings, experiences, actions and projects, feelings and emotions born from them, I am my passions and the people I have met so far on the road, I just am… and I look forward to meet you” (Monica)