Patient Care Director at Villablanca Serveis Assistencials and psychology professor at Universitat de Barcelona
With nearly three decades of expertise, Ms. Àngels Ortega is an accomplished specialist in care management and quality assurance for individuals with intellectual disabilities. Throughout her career, she has actively engaged in projects aimed at fostering diversity and driving organisational transformation.
Coordinator of Esplai Terapéutic since 2021 in Aspercamp.
Degree in Psychology (University of Salamanca, 2014) and a master's degree in General Health Psychology (Universitat Rovira i Virgili, 2016). She has specific training in psychological intervention and diagnosis in the field of autism. She has been part of the therapeutic team of the Associació Aspercamp since 2016, mainly developing individual and group cognitive-behavioural intervention with children, adolescents and adults. She has designed and implemented support groups for families and adults diagnosed with autism, therapeutic leisure for adolescents, as well as training for families, teachers and other health professionals.
Psychologist-Psychotherapist and specialised in developmental neuropsychology with a neuroconstructivist orientation
Her training and clinical experience have led to the awareness that working in the developmental field requires synergetic and integrated work, which is why she seeks multidisciplinary sharing as much as possible in her clinical practice.
Head of Speech and Language Services at IPAP THEOTOKOS
She is a speech and language therapist with over 25 years of clinical experience. She received her postgraduate and MSc degrees in Clinical Communication Studies from City University, London.
My name is Annalisa Pellegrini. Clinical psychologist for training and working in Fundación Intras during 10 years. INTRAS Foundation is a non-profit entity created in 1994 that, with a team of almost 600 professionals, helps people with mental health problems recover their life projects. I am team manager of the Community Support Team in Valladolid: a team that ensures that people with mental health problems can recover their life project by working in the community and in supported housing.