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“Until you make the unconscious conscious,

it will rule your life and you will call it Fate.”

Carl Jung

Get to Know Priscilla

Elite Life Strategist 

Hello, I'm Priscilla, the heart and soul behind SoulPower. My journey into the depths of the human psyche began at Columbia University, where I earned my Masters in Clinical Psychology. But it was my passion for Jungian psychology that truly shaped my path, guiding me to become a Jungian Life Coach dedicated to unlocking the potential within every individual.

My mission is to empower you to realize your full potential, not by changing who you are, but by helping you discover and embrace the full spectrum of your inner self. With a blend of science-backed tools and the unique SoulPath Method, I aim to provide a pathway for profound change.  I specialize in guiding high-achieving professionals through the intricate process of self-actualization.



Psychology, B.S.

Fordham University, NY

Received a bachelor of science in psychology. At Fordham, Priscilla was involved and published psychological research on cross-cultural trauma and perceptions of trauma. Additionally, during her time here she interned at the New York State Psychiatric Institute as a clinical translator. 

Clinical Psychology, M.A. 

Spirituality, Mind Body Institute

Columbia University, NY 

Received masters in Clinical Psychology and Education within the Spirituality, Mind, Body Institute at Teachers College, Columbia University. In her time here, she worked on psychospiritual research and concentrated in Jungian Psychoanalytic study. 

Certified Jungian Life Coach,

CreativeMind University

Jungian Life Coaching includes the basic ideas of life coaching while adding a psychoanalytic approach. Here Priscilla was trained to help clients with shadow work, dream interpretation, inner child healing, archetypal analysis and more. 


Head Clinical Research Coordinator,  

Mount Sinai Hospital, Motivational & Affective Psychologies Lab,

New York, NY 

Engaged in groundbreaking research at the Motivational and Affective Psychopathology (MAP) Lab, focusing on cognitive-affective interactions underlying motivational, reinforcement learning, and inhibitory control deficits in mental health disorders. Specialized in substance use disorders, employing behavioral, computational, and neuroimaging techniques.

Multicultural and Trauma Psychology Research,

Co-Author and Research Analyst

I contributed to groundbreaking studies focusing on the prevalence of Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) across two diverse cultural landscapes: the United States and Mexico. Our research delved into the intricacies of social comparison in the context of trauma, offering novel insights into how individuals from these countries perceive and manage their trauma-related challenges.

English Spanish Translator, 

New York State Psychiatric Institute (NYSPI)

For nearly three years, I served as a dedicated translator at the New York State Psychiatric Institute, where I played a crucial role in facilitating communication between patients and psychiatrists. My work involved translating for patients afflicted with a range of psychiatric conditions, including psychotic disorders, mood disorders, and anxiety disorders.

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