Extended name: GESEME
Running since 1996, GESEME is a Spanish organization specializing in medicine, health, safety prevention, psychotherapy, sports, training, providing resources and means for the development of healthy lifestyles, sporting and social activities, conducting Vocational Educational Trainings for people from different sectors of activity.
Our services include:
- Tailored Vocational Educational Trainings in Occupational health and safety, Active ageing, Health and wellbeing
- Sport Medicine
- Health Surveillance
- Industrial Hygiene
- Labor Ergonomics
- Coaching for balancing the professional life with the personal one
- Occupational Safety
- Workplace biomechanics
- Online Corporate health platforms
- Campaigns for healthy habits
With the main headquarter in Barcelona, GESEME has several offices across Spain (Madrid, Valencia, Girona, Granollers, Malaga, Zaragoza, Gijon, Santiago).
In the last 3 years, Geseme offered for more than 60 000 people Vocational Educational Trainings in Active ageing/ Well-being and Health/ Occupational health and safety (face to face, blended, online, in English, Spanish, Catalan and Romanian).
Ruxandra is an Art-Therapist, Psychologist in training, holds university degrees in both Economics and Law, with specialization in Educational Psychology, a master in Human Resources & Organizational psychology, as well as a master in Marketing and European funds.
She has more than 15 years’ experience in elaboration and implementing of European Projects and solid background in training and human resources development.
She is a certified life & career coach, an alternative healing therapist and a certified mindfulness trainer. She is member of the Collegium of Complementary Medicine Practitioners activating in community arts since 2010.
Her experience includes also start-ups consultancy, social working activities, coaching, working with different target groups, such as youngsters, adults, migrants, low-qualified persons, people with disabilities, etc., being involved in many EU actions supporting their development and inclusion.
She speaks Romanian, Spanish and English.
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