Daughter of Pedro Corominas and Celestina Vigneaux , and sister of the philologist Joan Coromines and the mathematician Ernest Corominas , she graduated in medicine and surgery at the University of Barcelona (1934). From 1936 to 1938, the Generalitat of Catalonia appointed her a nursery doctor.
After the Spanish Civil War, she went into exile, first in Paris , where she graduated as a childcare provider from the Faculty of Medicine (1939), and then in Argentina , until in 1944 she returned to Madrid , to complete the doctorate course and the following year settled in Barcelona. In 1947 he obtained a scholarship from the Spanish government to study psychiatry and psychotherapy at the Tavistock Clinic in London . There he discovered psychoanalysis and the possibility of training in that discipline.
Towards the end of the 1950s, he introduced psychoanalysis in Spain, together with Pere Bofill and Pere Folch . Since then, his contribution in this field has been uninterrupted. She has been founder and later president of the Spanish Society of Psychoanalysis (1971-77), founder of the Barcelona Institute of Psychoanalysis (1971), director of the Catalan Journal of Psychoanalysis (1984) and co-founder of the Center for Psychoanalytic Psychotherapy (1986). He also created and for a time directed the first Pilot Center for Cerebral Palsy in Spain .
His studies on psychological development in early childhood are remarkable and he has made notable contributions in the fields of archaic psychology and early development . In 1977 he was awarded the Cross of Sant Jordi .
- 1991 : Psychopathology and archaic developments
- 1996 : Group psychotherapy with children (joint edition with Lluís Farré, Montserrat Martínez and Núria Camps).