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About me

Hi, I’m Sofia Covre, a psychologist, student, teacher and gaming connoisseur.


I graduated in 2017 and I’ve been working since then. My approach is with Jungian Psychology and I’m currently specializing in this area with the intent to continue my studies for a Masters and Doctorate. I have experience in Clinical Psychology / Psychotherapy and now I’m extending my work to foreigners in a way to help with the shortage of mental health professionals that some countries are suffering from along with a mental health crisis.


After college, I learned how to love learning. Nowadays when I find a topic that interests me, I try to learn as much as I can in different ways. Such subjects can be psychology (of course), philosophy, sociology, mathematics, physics, chemistry and so on. It may sound obvious that something that appeals to me makes me want to study it, but before I was too scared to dig deep into it because I would think it was “too difficult”, however I believe we can always find teachers and methods that help us more than others.


As hinted before, one of my favorite activities is playing video games. I started as a child and continued it throughout adulthood. I play all types of games, but the main ones are RPGs, strategy and “cozy games”. I’m convinced that games have the possibility to teach us so much about life and ourselves, therefore making it a precious experience.


Mental health has always been considered an important area of our life that we need to take care of, but now more than ever. Social, financial and climate changes only add to our stress, and with the connectivity we have because of the internet, we are consistently updated in events all over the world, creating an incessant worry for the future. Coupled with our own personal life, anxiety, depression, grief, trauma, pain, distress, nervousness and a plethora of other feelings/conditions, it is more difficult than ever before to maintain our mental health. Psychotherapy is one of the many ways to help and I’m here today to aid as many people as I can. 

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