Later, while in her practice with clients, this therapist begins to realize that her therapy endeavors required a faster and more effective response, where the client could play a more active role in his own process, along with a more psychological and educational approach. This prompted Jassel to further specialize in Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, and in the effort to deepen her knowledge of neuropsychology, she continued to gather even more titles. In this case, she studied a Master’s course in Psychobiology and Cognitive Neurosciences from the acclaimed Universidad Autónoma de Barcelona. Then, still with her purpose in better people's life, she got certified as a Certified Positive Discipline Classroom Educator and a Certified Positive Discipline Parenting Educator by the Positive Discipline Association of the U.S. while getting certified as Life & Business Coach by AICP (Asociación Internacional de Coaching y Psicología, Madrid) and as a facilitator of the STRONG NOT TOUGH program, the FRIENDS for Life program
and MY FRIENDS Youth program (Australia) which aims to develop social and emotional skills in children, young people and adults.
Jassel Arzuza’s life work has navigated between the areas of research, coaching, education and therapy. She has a track record of successful achievements in countless institutions, such as Colegio Brader de Panama, Academia Interamericana de Panama, and back in the city of Barranquilla, Colombia, Altamira International School and both of her alma-matters, Marymount School Barranquilla and Universidad del Norte.
Jassel Arzuza is a Colombian coach and psychologist who specialize in the areas of Coaching and Psychology as well as in Education and Research. Currently, she has Master’s Degree on: Psychobiology & Cognitive Neurosciences and in Life & Business Coaching and a postgraduate degree in Clinical Intervention in Reading and Writing.
From an early age, this psychologist showed a keen interest in humanities, while attending Marymount School in her hometown of Barranquilla, Colombia, where she excelled in the studies of language and philosophy. She eventually went on to obtain her degree in Psychology and graduated with honors from Universidad del Norte, an accredited and highly ranked University in the same city.
Wishing to further her studies within a multicultural setting, Jassel Arzuza moves to Madrid, Spain where she attends another renowned academy, Universidad Complutense de Madrid, earning a postgraduate degree in Clinical Intervention in Reading and Writing, which cleverly combined her two outlined passions: psychology and language
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I am a life & business coach and psychologist focused on developing emotional intelligence with a neuropsychological approach to better people’s quality life in an online format.
Additionally, I offer programs, workshops and conferences in emotional intelligence, self-care and productivity for executives and companies including the application of the MSCEIT (Emotional Intelligence Test).
For families and schools, as a Certified Positive Discipline Parenting Educator and Certified Positive Discipline Classroom Educator by the Positive Discipline Association, I offer: counseling, workshops and conferences in Positive Discipline.
For children and adolescents, as a certified Facilitator of FRIENDS for life and MY FRIENDS Youth Program, from Pathways Health and Research Centre, Australia, I offer counseling and programs for the development of emotional and social abilities.
For young adults and college students, I offer counseling and coaching processes while developing strategies and goals together which allows them to adjust to college or work life; especially when they are studying abroad. These processes include: preparing for college internships, preparing them for their first job interview after graduating from college and assessing in the MSCEIT for emotional intelligence. As a certified Facilitator of STRONG NOT TOUGH Program, from Pathways Health and Research Centre, Australia, I also offer counseling and programs for the development of emotional and social abilities.