I am deputy manager for informal education and teacher Silvia.

While I was studying social sciences and psychopedagogy at the University of Santiago de Compostela in Spain, I realized the importance of early education for healthy personality development. The science of studying the psychology of upbringing, teaching, and learning has led me to pursue a master’s degree in medical anthropology and international health. After graduating with a master’s degree in Tarragona, I became convinced that mental health is crucial for personal development.

I have experience working with families and children with special needs. In my professional practice, I dedicate special attention to emotional intelligence, socialization, and cognition of the relationship with the environment. The first years of human life are the cornerstones of the perception of personality, self-confidence, connection with the world. I believe that anything is possible if the mind and bodywork are in harmony.