Martha Leticia Carretero Jiménez, PhD. (Coordinator)
PhD in Educational Science from the University of Santander. Master's Degree in Human Development from ITESO. Training in humanist existential psychotherapy from Xinatstli, and in Gestalt Psychotherapy from the Instituto Gestalt Guadalajara. Professor in the Human Development area since 1992 in the Master's Degree program of Human Development at ITESO, and since 1998 at the Xinatstli Human Development Center. Member of the group that envisioned and founded this Center, where she belongs to the team that created the Specialization in Humanist-Existential Therapeutic Intervention, the Diploma Course in Human Development and the Diploma Course in Transformative Leaders. She has 20 years of experience accompanying self-awareness groups.
Gerardo Antonio Aguilera Pérez, PhD
Ph.D. in Social Scientific Studies and Master's Degree in Human Development from ITESO. 34 years of experience as a university professor and 24 years of professional experience in psychotherapy, as a group facilitator and teaching human development. His line of research: Production of knowledge in the fields of Human Development and the Person-Centered Approach.
Gabriela María Sierra García de Quevedo, PhD
Ph.D. in the Philosophy of Education and Master's Degree in Human Development (ITESO), with a specialization in Gestalt psychotherapy. Professional experience as teacher and psychotherapist. Speaker and workshop facilitator at the nationwide level. She has published her writings about gender, human development, educational practice and spirituality.
Irma Lorena Zaldívar Bribiesca, PhD
PhD in Educational Science from the University of Santander. Master's Degree in Human Development (ULSA), Master's Degree in Humanist Psychotherapy (UVAQ), Bachelor's Degree in Communication Sciences. 20 years of experience in university teaching.
Salvador Moreno, MA
Master's Degree in Educational Psychology (University of Minnesota). Ph.D. in Psychology (Universidad Iberoamericana, Mexico City). Certified instructor of Focusing (The Focusing Institute of New York). Over 25 years of experience as a university professor, psychotherapist, consultant and workshop facilitator. His recent book: Discovering My Body's Wisdom. Focusing. Some articles in magazines: What to Expect and What Not to Expect from Psychotherapy, Discover Your Personal Power, The Wounded Healer in the Miranda magazine; Person-Centered Supervision from an Experiential Perspective in the Psicología Iberoamericana magazine; How Feelings Have Their Own Role in Education in the Sinética magazine; Healthy Living and Body Focus in the Prometeo magazine; and Sense in Psychotherapy Supervision in the Folio magazine of the Focusing Institute of New York.
Bernardo Enrique Roque Tovar, MA
Bachelor's Degree in Psychology from the Universidad de Guadalajara. He did graduate studies in Professional Counseling at Georgia State University in Atlanta, GA, with the support of a scholarship from CONACYT. This Master's Degree has a strong focus on Humanist Psychology and the Person-Centered Approach. He also has a Master's Degree in Systemic Family Therapy from the Universidad del Valle de Atemajac. He has worked on two lines of research: Mexican migration to the United States, and the consequences of stress in the workplace. He has over 15 years of therapeutic experience with individuals, groups and families in private practice and institutional settings.