Matías Gálvez, Chilean clinical psychologist, MA in advanced literature studies and MA in complementary medicine, specialties in systemic psychology, thanatology, and deep psychology. The integration of various disciplines has become a hallmark when providing an extensive, deep and strategic analysis of political and social processes.
Gálvez has lead deep an strategic thinking and research in several multinational corporative positioning process in LATAM with companies as Pepsico Group, Heineken Group or Microsoft, more than 50 electoral processes (in the three executive orders and in the legislative field) and more than 17 years of experience advising complex social and political processes, crises, conflict zones, electoral campaigns, social and government communication and corporate strategy processes in Argentina, Bolivia, Brazil, Chile, Colombia, the Dominican Republic, Ecuador, France, Spain, the United States, El Salvador, Guatemala, Honduras, Mexico, Morocco, Perú, Spain, the United States and the United Kingdom, including winning presidential process as Felipe Calderón in México, Rafael Correa, Lenin Moreno and Guillermo Lasso in Ecuador, Luis Abinader in the Dominican Republic or Gabriel Boric in Chile, have allowed him to develop an elaborate models for approaching and analyzing the complex relationship between individual or micro-social life and discourse and the collective life of social groups and business, political-electoral or government projects; integrating a genuine and empathetic understanding of the life of social groups with a lucid strategic synthesis. Gálvez founded La Casa de Investigación in Mexico and Chile, and with it the Dawhole-Lab project that has expanded to several countries in Europe, North, Central and South America and Northwest Africa. This strategic social research laboratory made up of an interdisciplinary group of highly trained researchers and intellectuals who develop analysis and models and maintain a timely, fresh and sharp look at the social and political processes and phenomena in the three continents.
It has successfully integrated investigative practice from an interepistemic perspective, combining tools from the social and behavioral sciences and incorporating interdisciplinary frameworks into the analysis processes (sociology, anthropology, psychology, philosophy, political science, communication) to broaden the field of vision and interpretation of the phenomena studied and reliably infer specific probability patterns that explain collective behavior and define relationship frameworks between subjects, communities or groups and projects and institutions.