She is Phd on Psychology, degree in Criminology, and she holds the Master in Forensic Psychology and the Master on Personality and Behavior Research. She is a research member in the GEAV and teaches on Psychology and Criminology degrees. Her PhD Thesis was entitled “Therapeutic change and effectiveness of sex offenders’ psychological treatment” supervised by Dr. Santiago Redondo Illescas. Other research interests are juvenile delinquency and criminal careers and readiness to change. Her more recent research interest are about post-penitentiary services as useful interventions to ensure desistance of crime. She has collaborated with the study group in different research projects about prediction, treatment and prevention of delinquents. She has disseminated the research results on different publications and several international and national congresses about Psychology and Criminology.