Marián Rojas is a medical psychiatrist. She has collaborated in a charity project in Cambodia that turned her life upside down. In Cambodia she work in AFESIP (Acting for Women in Distressing Situations), a project that cares for and secures the rights of women and girls victimized by or being at risk of human trafficking and sex slavery. Due to her interest in charity projects, she moved to the USA and worked in a school in the Bronx (New York), teaching girls from slum areas. Since 2003 she has been working with children and adolescents, trying to guide and help parents and children during childhood and adolescence. In 2012 she worked in a hospital in London, studying First Psychotic Episodes and learning in the field of somatization.