Karin, who was born in Buenos Aires, speaks five languages: Spanish, English, German, French, and some Italian.
Marina Cinella Carmel was born in Argentina and moved to Israel with her family when she was 12.
Marina has been licensed as a marriage and family therapist for almost two years.
Pamela Gonzalez was born in Guadalajara, Mexico, and moved to Tucson, Arizona, at age nine.
Karin began her career at the Center for the Treatment of Eating Disorders in 1983, and at San Francisco General Hospital’s Family Residency Program.
She received her bachelor’s degree from the University of Buenos Aires and her master’s in counseling psychology from San José State University.
More recently, Karin has focused on growth of awareness by creating joint ventures with other area service providers, creating joint ventures with Latin American and European universities, as well as coaching, and holding conferences on the subject in Paris, France and Santiago, Chile.
Much in demand as a trainer and coach, she has trained professionals in Brief Therapy in more than 18 countries throughout Europe, Japan, Latin and North America. Richard Fisch, one of the originators of Brief Therapy at the Mental Research Institute (MRI) in Palo Alto, California. In addition, her work has been published by more than 20 journals and books.
Click on the links to know more about the Room To Talk team: Karin Schlanger, Founder and Director Marina Cinella Carmel, MFT, Assistant Clinical Director Pamela Gonzalez, MA pending Gloria Díaz, MA Esther Krohner, MA Estanislao Mikalonis, MA Donate Karin worked directly with the originators of the Brief Therapy method – Dr.She also pursued a degree in performing arts and piano at the Conservatorio Superior de Musica del Liceo.After graduating in 2003, she worked with children, adolescents and families in a private clinic from 2004 to 2008, and counseled teachers dealing with difficult students and pervasive developmental disorders.Esther Krohner has worked in community mental health settings for over 9 years.She began her involvement collaborating as a home care therapist and educational and social advocate for families, children and adolescents experiencing developmental disorders, behavioral challenges and social injustice.
He completed his bachelor’s degree in psychology in 2002, and his master’s in sacred theology in 2005.