Andrés Rojas Verdugo



Chilean psychologist with nine years of experience as a clinical practitioner, specialized in the treatment of adults with drug addictions. Graduated at Pontificia Universidad Católica de Chile. Candidate to a Masters in Psychoanalytic Clinical Psychology at Sociedad Chilena de Psicoanálisis (ICHPA) and Universidad Adolfo Ibáñez (UAI).

Work experience in both private and public mental healthcare. Privately, practicing clinical psychology at the Rehabilitation Center Nevería, where an ambulatory and interdisciplinary treatment is offered for both chemical and behavioural addictions. Participating in the design, implementation and evaluation of treatment protocols for public mental health institution, COSAM Quinta Normal, where severe and moderate chemical addictions and dual pathologies are treated by a team of mental healthcare practitioners as part of a state-funded program (SENDA – Servicio Nacional de Drogas y Alcohol; MINSAL – Ministerio de Salud).

Former associated teacher in the Undergraduate Programme of Psychology at Pontificia Universidad Católica de Chile.