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Marta Furió Barreira

Marta Furió Barreira graduated in Social Work in 2013 from the Public University of Barcelona, with more than 15 years of experience in both professional and volunteer work. In addition to her basic training, she has complemented her knowledge with a postgraduate degree in “Problems and care for minors at risk of social exclusion” and additional training in “Intervention with families and care for minors at risk”. Her interests led her to become a personal trainer, allowing her interventions to be more holistic, addressing both emotional and physical health. Recently, she completed a Master’s in Chikung and foot reflexology. Currently, she is immersed in pursuing a Master’s in “Learning Difficulties and Language Disorders” offered by the UOC. Her most recent work experiences have been closely linked to the field of childhood and adolescence, where she served as an educator for children with special needs. In addition to her work with minors, she has also worked as an educator in supervised housing, providing support to adults with functional diversity. Lastly, she has worked as a social worker, coordinating Mutual Support Groups in the field of eating disorders, as well as in empowerment and emotional management processes for women and minors who are victims of gender-based violence.