My name is Carlos. My personal history and my education have been influenced strongly by OCD have suffered for more than 10 years. My efforts to overcome it led me to pass by several psychologists and I got interested in techniques non-allopathic for healing the body. I think that what I learned at the University has little or no validity if we talk about OCD (except for the fact of knowing  how to control its effects through medication, of course). With 33 years of age, I can say that these past 5 years without OCD have been the best of my life, but until I overcome OCD, my life was a living hell.

My desires to overcome OCD led me to having to search for information on the internet, both official and unofficial information,  to discover the world of alternative medicine, and undergo to many of those treatments, to my disgrace they didn’t have much to contribute as to treatment of OCD, obsessed with overcoming the disorder in any way. After graduating in medicine, and having mor e free time, I studied all kinds of medical and psychological theories about the ODC, and especially to deepen in the scope of neuroscience and medicine called mind-body.

A completely new world opened in front me; and I learned theories and techniques than I never suspected existed according to my ‘scientific mind’ molded by the prevailing medical paradigm. Although most of this information helped me little or nothing, some of those techniques were very helpful, and they laid the foundations of my own healing, and that months later will become the therapy.

Specifically, the practices and theories that in any way contributed to make my healing possible where the Psychoanalytic theory, The mind-body theories of Enric Corbera, Dr. Hamer, Dr. John Sarno, Milton Erickson; the Holistic kinesiology and the Transpersonal psychology.

I don’t pretend to cover this section in my personal curriculum; but just to tell my story in large strokes, so you have to keep present at all times, the fact than having suffered from OCD and passed it, It allows me to have an understanding of it, more accurate than anyone who has not experienced it. I know how desperate and even humiliating it can be to suffer Obsessive Compulsive Disorder, and how important it is for any patient to overcome this problem. Based on my experience, I expanded the information, and developed the therapy, which I have edited on one occasion to improve it even more, with new techniques that I have incorporated into the treatment methodology.