I’ve been dancing for as long as I can remember. Since childhood I have studied classical and contemporary dance in Italy and abroad, thanks to scholarships and competitions.
I am passionate about mankind and life, I graduated in Social Political Sciences and, then, in Psychology. I am specialized in dance therapy and biosystemic psychotherapy.
Some encounters with certain people, including María Fux, have opened up the possibility for me to meet the Other through psychology, the body and art, as a universal form of communication, and a tool for awakening creative and transformative resources.
I lived in Buenos Aires, where María Fux herself supervised and gave me the qualifications to become a dance therapist. There, I was also a guest psychologist at the Universidad de Buenos Aires.
I am grateful for the people I have met in my life who helped me in my journey which led to self-knowledge. What we dance to is, first of all, life. Through research, I was able to recognize and awaken creative resources for myself and for others, learning to challenge the unknown with confidence and to turn difficulties into opportunities for learning.