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Nanneth Singares - The Bridge Center Panama

Nanneth Singares

Founding member of The Bridge Center.

Graduated with a Bachelor of Arts in Psychology with a minor in Rhetoric and Communications from the University of Richmond of the United States, which she then validated in Panama. She has a Masters in Clinical Psychology of Children and Adolescents from Universidad Santa María La Antigua of Panama and continuous postgraduate training in psychotherapy with the Institute of International Psychotherapy (IPI.)

She is a clinical psychologist who works at The Bridge Center to improve the mental health of children, adolescents, and adults. Nanneth enjoys working with all kinds of children and teenagers. Her specialty is to provide individual psychotherapy to help patients with emotional needs and behavioral problems. She has had the beautiful experience of working at the center since its beginning, with the Center Schooling Program, directing courses and workshops on organizational techniques, study techniques, and social skills training. She is one of the COGMED Working Memory Training coaches, trained in Chicago, USA. She also directs the Parenting Techniques course for parents that is offered at The Bridge Center.

Prior to this, she worked as an associate in the company of Human Resources and Training Sicográfica, S.A. applying and analyzing psychological tests for the selection of staff for companies; writing and editing psycho-technological reports.

She has also volunteered as a specialist in psychological support issues at the Panamanian Red Cross. Here, she has designed and organized instructional seminars to provide psychological support to victims of disasters, among other voluntary work.

In 2006, she did an internship in Brisbane, Australia at the Stepping Stone Clubhouse, where she worked with individuals of different ages with mental illnesses such as schizophrenia, bipolarity and severe depression, offering psychosocial support and occupational therapy. This continues to be one of the most significant volunteer works of her career.

During her university years in Virginia, USA, she worked as an anger management instructor in women’s prisons with the OAR of Richmond, Inc organization and also with the Minority Health Consortium of Richmond in a prevention and awareness program of AIDS. In this program she visited low income areas giving talks, divulging information and distributing preventive kits.

She also currently works at the school Balboa Academy, helping children and adolescents with special needs in the Middle School building.