René Cané Molinari, MSc

René Cané Molinari, MSc

On a diverse educational journey spanning psychology, philosophy, and theology, I’ve cultivated a multifaceted expertise. Holding a Research Master’s degree from Maastricht University and a Post-master’s degree in Psychotherapy from the Catholic University of Louvain and the University of Geneva, my focus centers on understanding and addressing mental health challenges. Specialized training in Transference-Focused Psychotherapy from Columbia University and Mentalization-Based Therapy from the Anna Freud National Centre has further enriched my skill set. I specialize in providing support and therapy for LGBTQ+ individuals, leveraging both personal experiences and professional knowledge to create a safe and inclusive environment. Understanding the challenges of developing a sense of identity and positive self-esteem, not only in relation to sexuality but also in general, guides my approach. Currently pursuing doctoral studies in Psychology and Neuroscience at the University of Maastricht, I explore the nuanced intersections of psychoanalysis and sexuality in my research. My work encompasses personality disorders and trauma, reflecting my dedication to advancing the field. Grounded in philosophy, my therapeutic approach embraces a holistic perspective, emphasizing the importance of a personal therapeutic relationship. With a multicultural background and fluency in multiple languages, I offer culturally sensitive and insightful therapeutic interventions.

 

I offer psychotherapy in English, Spanish, and Italian in Amsterdam.

 

Registration(s):

BIG-number: 99923641916

NVGP, Nederlandse vereniging voor groepsdynamica en groepspsychotherapie, registered Group Therapist – NVGP