The founding members of MyTherapyJournal.com are a group of multicultural and multilingual professionals with diverse backgrounds who share the belief that journaling is one of the most powerful and readily accessible tools a person can use while undergoing processes of growth, struggle and/or even simple life enjoyment.
Rodolfo Saccoman - CEO and Co-founder
A graduate of the Cornell University School of Hotel Administration, with an MBA degree from University of Miami. Rodolfo has dedicated his career at understanding people’s dreams and developing proven online presences to embrace user’s needs and wants. Like his brother Alexis, he has lived in five countries and developed a keen appreciation and respect for different cultures and human kind’s search for peace and compassion. Both brothers recognize the importance and potential of communication in helping people attain their goals and live happier lives.
Alexis Saccoman - Chief Psychology Consultant and Co-founder
A graduate of Brown University, Alexis is a clinical psychology trainee pursuing a doctorate in clinical psychology (Psy.D.) at the California Institute of Integral Studies in San Francisco. Alexis has a Masters degree in clinical psychology and holds a private practice in the San Francisco Bay Area. Through his professional and volunteer activities, he has clinical and hospital experience working with groups including adolescents and geriatric inpatients, children with pervasive developmental disorders, HIV+ terminal patients, first-year college students, and families. He has also served as a trilingual medical interpreter and court mediator. He is currently in practicum with a caseload of ten clients (ages 18-50) – all endorsing Axis I diagnoses – of diverse ethnic, S.E.S., and LGTB backgrounds. With his dual passion for psychology and facilitating people’s potential for growth, he especially enjoys his role as a mentor to younger generations.
Noel Elman - Chief Scientist and Co-founder
Currently pursuing post-doctoral studies at MIT (Massachusetts Institute of Technology), Noel earned a Bachelor of Science and Master’s of Science in electrical engineering at Cornell University and has a Ph.D. from Tel Aviv University. His research focuses on the development of implantable Bio-MOEMS (Biological and Micro-Opto-Electro-Mechanical-Systems) devices for drug-delivery systems and cancer monitoring. A scientist, he is also a fervent believer in exploring your inner-self to achieve well-being.