The objective, as in Gestalt Therapy, is to favor the “insight” or “Realize” of the client. Make the unconscious conscious, thus taking responsibility and being able to promote changes in the Here and now using different Art tools.
The Gestalt Approach is essentially a down-to-earth way of living life. It does not intend to guide the individual on the path of the esoteric or of enlightenment. It is a way of being in this world in top shape, free and open, accepting and taking responsibility for who we are, using no more resources than appreciating the obvious, what IS.
As it is a lifestyle, it is more appropriate to call it an «approach», which is a broader term, instead of «therapy», which restricts its possibilities of application to the clinical sphere.
Yoga/Pilates teacher and Art Therapist trainee at Taronja Wellbeing Centre.
I consider myself a proactive, enthusiastic, intuitive, serene and responsible person with the ability to empathize. My objective is to accompany the students while we develop a process of integral well-being, both physical, mental and emotional, paying the necessary attention to each one of them.
HND Graphic Design and Multimedia, E.S.I., School of Computer Systems, Valencia.
BA (HONS) in Multimedia Design, Sunderland University, England
Degree in Fine Arts, Miguel Hernández University, Altea (last year).
Master in Gestalt Art Therapy, Hephaisto School, Barcelona (Practicum)
Persevering seeker of new knowledge in the field of health, well-being and Personal development.
In constant training to be an excellent holistic professional and a person of integrity.
Knowledge of personal growth techniques, Gestalt therapeutic psychology, neuroscience, mindfulness, body and natural therapies, as well as other disciplines of artistic, energetic, physical and emotional expression such as Art Therapy, Bioenergetics and Biodanza.