Nancy Liscano has 32 years of experience in education and 20 years in migrant mental health and well-being, in multicultural settings in Europe, Asia and the Americas. Nancy has worked for 15 years as an international trainer and speaker in logotherapy ,
She is the founder and co-director of VOADES (Friendly Voices of Hope), a charity that supports the emotional health and well-being of Spanish and Portuguese-speaking , She is also the founder of the Liscano Center, a private mental health service based in London, the United Kingdom and Bogotá (Colombia). Co Director Ulysses Syndrome Institute ,
PhD in Clinical Psychology and Personality.(present )
Master of Advanced Studies (MAA) in Psychological Development of Learning and Education.
Master’s in Immigrant Mental Health,
Master’s in Personalized Education and Specialist in Education and Cultural Development, DP in Logotherapy,
DP Transactional Analysis > present
International Journalist UK