I'm a Psychologist from Argentina. I studied at the University of Buenos Aires and graduated in 2007. In March of 2008 I moved to Pennsylvania, USA to work for the Devereux Foundation, a leader and the largest Mental Health Care and Autism Research and Treatment Organiation in the US.
I worked for almost 4 years at Devereux where I managed different mental health programs for both kids/adolescents/adults/elderly suffering from a broad spectrum of psychological, psychiatric and physiological disorders and conditions.
I designed treatment programs based in Applied Behavior Analysis and Cognitive Behavioral Theory.
In 2012 I started developing PHOBOS, an open source VR platform to treat common phobias.
In 2017 I developed PHOBOS AR, the world´s first markerless augmented reality software to treat and research common phobias.
For this particular project, there are 6 developers currently working on it, 2 psychologists and the support of 2 insititutions -2 universities and 1 national science & research council-.