Dr. Shulem Gavriel Sansoube, born in the year of 1957 is a Gestalt Psychotherapist specializing in Suicidology and non-suicidal and suicidal self-harm, gives psychotherapies to people at risk of suicide and self-harm in addition to psychiatric psychopathologies such as Bipolar Disorder I and II, Personality Disorder, Dissociative Identity Disorder , Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder, Major Depressive Disorder, Sleep Cycle Disorder, Eating Disorder Working together with the forensic psychiatrist, Dr. Lilia Romero, psychotherapeutic accompaniment is given to people who were abused and mistreated in an environment of violence sex in his childhood in addition to having Traumatic Episodes for Domestic Stockholm Syndrome. Originally from Mexico City, he has lived in several countries besides Mexico as it is in Germany (Mannheim), Canada (University of British Columbia), United States (Monsey, New York, Los Angeles, Washington), Italy (Verona) and Sweden (Lund). Dr. Sansoube received the certification in Graphology and Grafoscopia as an expert with 40 years of experience in Canada, as well as a Bachelor's degree in Communication at the Universidad Nuevo Mundo, he was awarded a Master's and Doctorate in Gestalt Psychotherapy at the Gestalt University of America , besides having a specialization in Suicidology at the Hispano-American Institute of Suicidology Dr. Alejandro Águila y Asociados in Mexico City, he has been a teacher at the mentioned institutions and at the International Connection Institute in Clinical and Forensic Graphology, Gestalt Philosophy. Currently studying Clinical and Educational Sexology at the Mexican Institute of Sexology (IMESEX). He has specialized studies in Dactyloscopy, Grafocriminalistics, Graphopathology, Grafomedicine, Grafotherapy, Head Hunters, Clinical and Forensic Graphology, currently he is dedicated to scientific research as well as consulting patients at high suicide risk with the pathologies mentioned at the beginning of this biography. Writes in various digital magazines: Jewish Link, Notikehile (since 2010), Hebrew Intellect among others. He has been a panelist on radio programs in Mexico, Puerto Rico and Spain and has participated in forensic investigations for the Homicide Prosecutor's Office of Mexico, Panama and the US FBI to collaborate in the investigation of a homicide. He is carrying out the research project on the traits of cruelty at the time of the inquisition together with the National Institute of Anthropology and History of Mexico (INAH), has a specialization in Paleographic Graphology to study and detect pathological features in the scriptural features in the letter of the century -IV to s. XVIII and in Neography of s. XIX to date. He participated in several international forensic conferences in Mexico and Puerto Rico. Dr. Sansoube has psychotherapeutic experience with children, adolescents, couples, family, adults, people of psycho-sexual diversity and people with hearing impairments. He knows Sign Language (LSM) and visual weakness (Braille in Spanish). English and Spanish), manages people of high suicide risk.
Dr. Shulem Gavriel Sansoube research interests are Neographic and Paleographic Graphology, Gestalt Psychotherapy, Weak Auditory (LSM) and visual weak (Braille), people of psyco-sexual diversity, scientific research and development of theories applied to Gestalt Psychology, clinical and forensic diagnosis in Graphology.