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Who am I

My name is Katja Wirth. I was born in Espírito Santo, but when I was a little girl I moved to Minas Gerais, where I spent my entire childhood and adolescence.

I was a very curious child, I wanted to be a marine biologist because I was passionate about sharks, some time later, around the age of 12, this passion migrated to the human mind, I watched all the documentaries, I wanted to read everything about it, so I decided that I wanted to do research about behavior and the human mind, so I should study psychology.

At the end of my adolescence I moved again, now to São Paulo.

At the time of taking the entrance exam, this passion still remained within me, I entered the Mackenzie Presbyterian University and soon began to do my research through the Faculty's Neuroscience Laboratory, I spent the whole day there and really loved all the possibilities that world had to offer. brought me.


However, during this whole period, when I was saying that I would be a researcher and continue in the academic field, my mother would tell me “you will still fall in love with the clinic”, I listened, but I was sure that this possibility did not exist, I loved the laboratory .


At the end of college, I needed to do a mandatory internship at the school clinic and I just fell in love.


I still loved the lab, but I started to realize how my knowledge and technique could transform lives, I could keep analyzing, testing, studying... but now, the results weren't just numbers on my computer screen, they were real changes in front of my eyes. my eyes.

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I had prepared myself throughout graduation to enter the master's degree in neurosciences as soon as college was over, I decided that I would keep this plan, but I would work in the clinic at the same time. 


The master's period was incredible, the subjects were fantastic, I used equipment to carry out the analyzes that only had three in the country, everything I dreamed of, but the clinic took more and more hold of my heart and mind every day.


I got married during my master's degree, with my best friend, after seven years of dating and as soon as I finished my master's degree, I said to him “now I'm going to dedicate myself 100% to the clinic” and I've done it ever since!


I fell in love with caring, being together, sharing joys in health and being comfort and an instrument of change in difficult times.


Today, my clinic is my little laboratory where I follow journeys and see life changes, restored marriages and restored health. 


This is a little bit of my trajectory until today.


I am very grateful to all these stages and to everyone who, in one way or another, shaped what I am today and what I will become, but especially to God, who guided me this far and showed me the purpose He has for me. my life.


A big hug,



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