Alejandro Sancha Moreno Alejandro Sancha Moreno
Children, adolescents and adults
Languages: English, Spanish and French

  • Bachelor’s degree in Psychology, Universidad Rey Juan Carlos.
  • Master's Degree in General Health Psychology, Universidad Europea de Madrid.
  • Master’s Degree in Clinical Neuropsychology, Instituto Superior de Estudios Psicológicos.
  • Postgraduate degree in Clinical Child and Adolescent Psychology from the Instituto Superior de Estudios Psicológicos.

Alejandro has experienced the implications that adaptation to a different environment entails for children and their families, living multiple international moves (Colombia, Ecuador, Peru). At that stage, he was trained in French educational institutions such as the Lycée Franco-Péruvien and the Lycée Français of Madrid, where a great variety of cultures converge, coinciding with teachers and colleagues from different parts of the world.

During his time at university, he had the opportunity to enroll in international exchange programs in the US (State University of New York) and France (Université de Picardie Jules Verne). Both his schooling and university studies allowed him to establish contact with a wide variety of contexts, problematics and cultures, awakening in him a great interest and empathy for diverisity in all its aspects.

After graduation, due to his enthusiasm for the stages of childhood and adolescence, he owned a postgraduate degree in child and adolescent psychology. For him, these are moments in which a great amalgam of changes and events converge which determine, to some extent, the person we end up being. They offer a valuable opportunity to generate a great impact on the development of the strengths and potentialities of each child.

Another of his great interests is the field of neuropsychology, due to its versatility in multiple areas, such as education, acquired brain damage assessment and rehabilitation, or aging and dementia. He therefore enrolled in a master's degree in Clinical Neuropsychology while working as an intern at the Polibea Sur brain damage rehabilitation center.

During his Master's Degree in General Health Psychology, he was selected to carry out his internship as a co-therapist at Sinews, led by the psychologist Itxaso Cembrero.

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