Who writes this blog?
My name is Katerina. I live in Spain for a number of years now and I still enjoy the experience. All the landscape photographs on this site are taken by myself. There is no way one could be tired of this country.

Once I left behind my previous career, I completed my psychology degree at the Open University (UK) and underwent years of gestalt therapy training in Alicante. In the meanwhile I completed shorter but intensive regression therapy training in Benimantell nearby Alicante.

This blog is meant to share ideas about the therapy process and the human experience in the broader sense. Having experienced several turning points in my life I can appreciate the value of good mood and emotional wellbeing. Please feel free to contact me in case you would like to have more information. Enjoy your Sol Saliente experience! 
Giving hope for a cure
This site supports the association Duchenne Parent Project España raising funds for the investigation of Duchenne muscular dystrophy which is the most common fatal genetic disorder diagnosed in childhood, affecting approximately 1 in every 3,500 boys. Duchenne results in progressive loss of strength leading to serious medical problems, particularly issues relating to the heart and lungs. Young men with Duchenne typically live into their late twenties. Although there are medical treatments that may help slow its progression, there is currently no cure for Duchenne.