As an analytical psychologist I have been providing counselling and clinical support to individuals, couples and families facing challenging moments in their lives.
I choose to live abroad primarily for family reasons and I changed several houses. So, I learned to become my own home.
After moving to Kosovo, a post-conflict country, I worked in a big international organization aiming to enhance the protection and the promotion of human rights, in particular for minorities and vulnerable groups.
This professional experience gave me a great opportunity to understand the huge impact that the collective dimension has on the psychological and social sphere of both individuals and groups.
In my capacity of human rights officer I learnt how often talent, ideas and passion may get frustrated because of mediocre managers, bureaucratic rules and bad relationships and poisoning conflicts arising in working environment.
As a clinical psychologist and psychotherapist I observed and helped international development and humanitarian workers, individuals employed in police and military services, working in the field, who experienced specific traumatic stressors or just needed to find an empathic space to be listened.