We have set the different rooms of our center to suit the needs of each activity.
We have turned CPL’s spaces into “Your space to grow”.
Paloma Labiaga Ortiz de Zárate
Founder and director of CPL, graduated in Educational Sciences with specialization in Therapeutic Pedagogy and Speech Therapy at the Complutense University of Madrid (Col. No.: 46522). Psychomotor therapist specialized in children in difficulty and social conflict.
In the search for new contributions in the educational and preventive field, I combine Rhythmic Movements Therapy and Educational Kinesiology – Brain Gym. I am also a Laughter Therapist, which enriches my daily work.
I have extensive experience in Psychomotor and Therapeutic Intervention, as well as in speech therapy and Learning Difficulties. “In my work I seek to establish a close and personalized relationship with children and families in order to achieve the best results, either to promote their development, or to overcome specific difficulties.”
Sol Palomo Delfa
General Health Psychologist (NºCol.: M-19919), graduated from the Universidad Autónoma de Madrid, Expert in Clinical Psychodiagnostic Techniques and Psychomotor Therapist.
Extensive experience in diagnosis, guidance and treatment in the infant-juvenile field, with an intervention focused not only on the child, but also extensible to the family and school.
“In the intervention with adults, starting from an individualized assessment, I develop a personalized intervention program based on the most appropriate techniques for each situation.”
Use of tools from different approaches (humanistic, brief therapy, cognitive-behavioral,…), with the contribution also of third generation therapies (mindfulness,…), in addition to experience in training and group management.
Paula Soldevilla Alarma
Specialized in Primitive Reflex Integration Therapy as the basis of all therapy, as it helps to establish a neurological and motor base in children.
Extensive experience in Rhythmic Movement Therapy in children, adolescents and adults.
Luna Martincano García
Graduated in Psychology at the Complutense University of Madrid (Col. No.: M-30150). Master in Psychomotricity and Therapeutic Psychomotricity. Expert in Child Psychodrama and Child Neuropsychology.
Extensive experience in ages from 0 to 16 years old. Professor at the Francisco de Vitoria University.
“I love working with the little ones and discovering day by day how they learn, how they evolve and everything they have to show us and teach us about their vision of the world.”
Patricia Blanco Rozalén
Diploma in Physiotherapy from the University of Alcalá de Henares (Member Nº 1456).
Psychomotricist and Psychomotor Therapist. Biodynamic Craniosacral Therapist. Specialist in the evaluation and treatment of posture.
With more than 23 years of experience in the treatment of children with developmental disorders, from Physiotherapy and then complementing it with Therapeutic Psychomotricity.
“Currently I develop an approach to physiotherapy based on Biodynamic Craniosacral Therapy, as a global treatment for the child; being listening and therapeutic presence the fundamental pillars of this approach. I also consider that listening to the family nucleus is a very important part of the therapeutic work”.
Trainer in Biodynamic Craniosacral Therapy at the Biodynamicflow School.
Irene Sanz Tolón
Graduated in Early Childhood Education Teaching at the Universidad Autónoma de Madrid. Master in relational psychomotricity, early childhood educator and kindergarten assistant.
Trained in active and respectful pedagogies with children; as well as the harmonic and integral development of the human being. Specializing as a Psychomotor Therapist (UCM) at present and in a continuous growth towards new approaches and treatments for children and adolescents.
Extensive knowledge in functional diversity, as well as in Autism Spectrum Disorders, Down Syndrome and Down’s Syndrome.
Autism Spectrum Disorders, Down Syndrome and other disorders. With extensive experience in schools, nursery schools, socio-educational areas and early care and socio-family.