| The events are held at the Mirador de Bahía (Mirador Agustín López Cano with the Club de Regatas) at 9.30 pm | The cycle Love and happiness that has been developed with great public reception during the month of July and in which Ángel López Naranjo, Valérie Tasso and Sylvia de Béjar have participated The psychologist and author Rafael Santandreu is the next and last guest to the Love and Happiness cycle that will be held tomorrow and that will close this set of conferences that was held during the month of July in Mazarrón with great reception from the public and excellent media coverage. The talk will take place on Thursday, July 23 (9:30 p.m.) in the usual place, the Mirador de Bahía (together with the Club de Regatas) in Mazarrón, taking advantage of the spectacular sunsets of the enclave.
A unique environment for an activity that takes place outdoors, respecting security measures and all COVID protocols. Santandreu attends this activity with all the reserves exhausted in this activity that is carried out free of charge until full capacity is reached.
Attendees are kindly requested to come in advance to be placed in their seats and with their mask.
The cycle has been organized by the Department of Culture of the Mazarrón City Council and coordinated by the journalist and sexologist, Lola Gracia. Rafael Santandreu will present the theses of his famous book Be happy in Alaska (Grijalbo), arguments that come at a more than adequate time due to the economic and social environment that the global pandemic has generated.
The psychologist will expose the importance of love to be happy, something that does not always coincide with the love of a couple necessarily and also some models that have served as inspiration such as Stephen Hawking.
Necessititis and terribilitis are some terms that the expert uses and that prevent us from being happy since nothing is so terrible nor does it take so much to be well. Rafal Santandreu (Barcelona, ??1969) Rafael Santandreu is a licensed psychologist at the Official College of Psychologists of Catalonia, number 8711.
From there, he began a period of intense training in different forms of psychotherapy.
He was in England, at the University of Reading and in Arezzo, Italy, at the Centro di Terapia Strategica, working with the famous psychologist Giorgio Nardone, who is joined by a great friendship.
In the 2000s he worked as a professor at Ramon Llull University and was editor-in-chief of the psychology magazine Mente Sana, together with Jorge Bucay. After many years of practicing psychotherapy, he decided to publish his first book, The Art of Not Making Life Bitter, which has become a success in many countries.
Then she published The Glasses of Happiness.
And finally, her most complete work so far, Be happy in Alaska. At present, he divides his work between psychotherapy, his great passion, disclosure; and the training of doctors and psychologists. The Deputy Mayor for Culture, Ginés Campillo, has expressed his satisfaction with the success of this cycle and has highlighted that "the talk will be a finishing touch to this cycle, not only for the quality of the speaker, but also because it will be held in a renewed viewpoint of Bahia that will allow to receive more people, always following the security measures and protocols established before Covid19 ". Ginés Campillo explained that "Puerto de Mazarrón has as of this evening, at its premiere with another great event such as the Juan Perro concert, one more space for holding all kinds of activities in an idyllic setting, assuming a determined commitment of the Department of Culture to provide the municipality with new spaces and infrastructures in which to offer the recreational and cultural offer that Mazarrón deserves.
Source: Ayuntamiento de Mazarrón