Vania is a psychologist, trainer, and facilitator.
She has delivered various programs to diverse groups of adults and youth. These programs include empowering refugees, preventing human trafficking, preventing violence, developing social and emotional skills, and enhancing parenting skills. She is also providing consulting services to organisations for capacity building. She is the founder and manager of the Discovered Spaces Association, which operates in marginalised communities and small rural areas, promoting access to culture.
Currently, she serves as a UNICEF consultant, where she is involved in expanding a nationwide school-based program for preventing violence and bullying. She is also responsible for developing educational materials and training psychologists to support this initiative.
She is passionate about the systemic approach in facilitation, psychotherapy, and addressing social issues.
Her educational background includes a Bachelor’s degree in Psychology and a Master’s degree in Child and Adolescent Psychology from Sofia University. Additionally, she holds a qualification as a systemic-family therapist.