Olga Gelonch


Bachelor’s degree in Psychology from 1994, Master in Psychology & Aging in 1997, Master in Clinical Neuropsychology in 2000, Diploma of Advanced Studies (Doctoral Studies) in 2010 and Doctoral student in 2013-2015. She is currently preparing her doctoral thesis entitled “Attention and Executive Functions in people with fibromyalgia”.

Expertise in Neuropsychology recognized by the Official College of Psychology of Catalonia (professional certificate). In 2000 starts working in AVAN (association for neurological disorders), where develops tasks as a neuropsychologist and as technical coordinator, where were originate several programs for people with Mild Cognitive Impairment, dementia, Parkinson Disease and Multiple Sclerosis. Also in 2000 she starts working in Neurology Service of Hospital Mutua de Terrassa, conducting neuropsychological assessments and treatment programs for its patients. In 2007, she starts working in ASPID, an institution for people with physical disabilities, as a neuropsychologist in the unit of neurological rehabilitation, and as a technical director in the daycare center, both specialized in the care of brain injury people. She has also developed several teaching activities, namely she has been teacher in the Master in Clinical Neuropsychology and she has been tutor students in psychology and neuropsychology. She is member of the Spanish Society of Neurology, Spanish Society of Neurorehabilitation and Catalan Society of Neuropsychology. She has several publications on non-pharmacological treatment for people with neurological diseases.