Soledad Espert is a Spanish occupational therapist who graduated from San Vicente Martir University of Valencia. She has absolved internships in Chile (South America)and received a master’s degree in rehabilitation of the upper limb completed at La Salle university of Madrid. Moreover she has absolved a Water Therapy course by Juan Carlos I University of Madrid and has several certificates accredited by the International Aquatic Therapy Faculty, which makes her a expert in Acquatic Therapy.  

Sol(edad) holds a postgraduate education in Early Intervention and Stimulation from Euroinnova Business School (Granada). Prior to her Occupational Therapy studies Sol graduated from CFP Santa Ana as a radiology technician and she had been working for four years in a hospital performing MRI and X-Ray tests.

Sol has gained a broad experience working with children with developmental disorders, training parents and caregivers, and providing help at school. Besides working with children she gained experience as well with adults suffering from acquired brain damage and degenerative diseases.

As a figure skating coach, Sol worked  for more than five years in a figure skating school using sport as a motivational way to rehabilitate children and teenagers with physical, social and mental disabilities.

"I love to help people to improve their quality of life by enhancing their abilities and functions, that is what has driven me to become an Occupational Therapist. Since I graduated, I have  followed courses to improve both my knowledge and therapeutic skills in order to help my clients in the best way possible. I have been working in Cambodia before and I love this country and its culture, that is why I decided to come back."