activist and brain researcher, a team player. I love to dynamize and to move together, to make understand and to understand, to look at things from multiple angles and to see things differently, to be natural and to be in the nature. I would like to support young people along their way to adulthood to become active, conscious, responsible, constructive members of families, communities and societies, where respect towards the other person, diversity of our desires, abilities and beliefs, cooperation and empathy are considered values; and that offer a safe environment for them to freely live and form their identities. I believe in the power of positivity, excitement, participation and tuning in to others. Therefore I find it important, also as a high school teacher and a trainer of teaching methodology, to make school education joy-based, adventure-based, activity-based and personalized. I am committed to help young people recognize the values of diversities (accepting differences in attitudes, divergent thinking); to show ways to respect the power of nature (accepting ourselves, positive thinking); and to promote violence-free communication, tolerance, undisturbedness, the culture of openness and taking informed responsibility, among others in school communities. I am convinced that the main goal of sex education should be to help people reach a released and respectful, but not licentious mindset by giving information, challenging attitudes and providing a vocabulary in a domain, sex that is linked to our identity, body and self-expressions directly, daily and intensely, but that, when it comes to talking, often finds us underinfomed and toolless.
I received my doctoral degree from the Max Planck Institute for Psycholinguistics in the Netherlands, as a brain researcher I am investigating learning processes related to person, emotion and speech perception. My psychologist and civil activist selves are expressed in organising info-sharing and attitude-forming projects, I was coordinating the professional parts of several conferences and event series that aimed at raising psychological awareness (e.g., Pszinapszis; The true nature of birth), and I was also heading a European psychology student umbrella organization.