Sandra Cortes Iniestra is a Psychologist from the Universidad de las Americas-Puebla in Mexico and holds a Master’s degree in Clinic Psychology from the same university. She has been working in the field of family violence for over 15 years. She worked at the Centre for Victims of Domestic Violence in Mexico City as an expert in psychology. She was the first point of contact for those arriving at the centre and evaluated the damage suffered by the victims, especially children. She also provided brief therapy support in groups for children victims of abuse. She also participated in the evaluation committee of legal experts of the Attorney General of the Republic, selecting potential candidates to perform this work at national level. Sandra has been working for Fundacion JUCONI with marginalised families, children and adolescents living in situations of domestic violence and exclusion for more than 10 years. As part of the JUCONI internal training, she has participated in sessions given by notable professionals in the field of individual and family therapy, including Dr. Gianna Williams, Alessandra Cavalli, Monica Cardenal, Hilary Kennedy, Jane Nestel-Patt, Dr. Janine Roberts, Dr. Eliana Gil, Matthew Selekman, Peter Fraenkel, Dr. William Madsen, Elaine Karas, Dr. Amy Kahn, among others. She is a certified supervisor of the VIG Method. She has participated in various conferences and forums nationally and internationally and has delivered training relating to the care of vulnerable people in violent situations to fellow professionals in Peru, Rwanda, Kenya, Tanzania, India and Guyana. Currently Sandra is the Director of the JUCONI programme in Mexico.