Creating Promising Futures Through Social Construction
Ricardo Castro 10 PA. Guadalupe Inn
Mexico, D.F. 01020
Phone: (52 55) 5662 2711
Mónica Campero has a bachelor degree in Clinical Psychology from Universidad Iberoamericana, and a Master degree in Family Therapy from Universidad de las Américas in Mexico City. She has participated in several study, training and supervision groups at Grupo Campos Elíseos: postmodern therapies, collaborative therapy and eating disorders. She studied couple therapy at Instituto Latinoamericano de Estudios de la Familia. From 2006 to 2010 she worked as family and individual therapist from a social construccionist perspective at the Eating Disorder Clinic of Hospital Médica Sur. She is a faculty member of Grupo Campos Eliseos. She also has a prívate practice as an individual, couple and family therapist and works as well with biofeedback for stress management. Her current interests and work projects include collaborative and social construccionist ideas applied in psychotherapy, groups and learning processes; meditation as a therapeutic tool and stress management.