Daniele Nonnenmacher is a Psychotherapist, Master in Science at The Medical College of the University of Sao Paulo and postgraduate in Hospital Psychology and Cognitive-Behavioural Therapy at The Clinics Hospital of Sao Paulo.
She is curious about human subjectivity, emotions and behaviours, always attended internships in different areas in Psychology, dedicating most of her career at clinical hospital care, aiming emotional support and promoting wellbeing for her patients.
Daniele worked as a psychotherapist in The Obstetrics and Gynaecology Department at the Clinics Hospital of Sao Paulo where she acquired a large experience on women health area, maternal-fetal attachment and family relationship, assisting emotional conflicts cases on aborting situations, high-risk pregnancy, fetal health complications, the postpartum period and chronic diseases. During her career, she also worked with families and patients in treatment for physical rehabilitation, assisting spinal cord injuries cases, strokes, degenerative diseases and amputations.
She has experience in a large variety of emotional conflicts related to day-to-day situations (work, family, relationships), life cycle transitions (birth of children, aging and grief), as well as emotional distress, adaptation process, mood swings, anxiety, stress and depression, among others.
She assists teenagers and adults with an integrative approach and aims to build a proper and specific treatment along with the patient, focusing on current concerns. With the psychotherapy, the clients have the possibility to reflect about their life story, understand emotions and disruptive patterns of thoughts and behaviours, facing situations that are affecting their lives.
“My main goal as a psychotherapist is to help clients with their self-explorations, empowering them to start setting new goals, understanding some emotions and thoughts and practicing new behaviours that will enable them to move beyond their limitations. My priority is provide wellbeing and life quality improvements, focusing on humanized care, grounded on ethical principles and commitment.”
||Master in Science at The Medical College of the University of Sao Paulo / Postgraduate in Hospital Psychology and Cognitive-Behavioural Therapy at The Clinics Hospital of Sao Paulo
||Emotional conflicts related to day-to-day situations, life cycle transitions, anxiety, stress and depression, among others.