Confessions of an Ageing Tennis Player: read by Anand Torrents.

This year, I’m planning to give Confessions of an Ageing Tennis Player a major re-boot by publishing it with Troubadour books.  I’ve been fortunate to meet a Derby based illustrator, Paul Warren, who has provided a fantastic set of images for the book which you can see on the campaign page here.

I’ve also been very lucky to involve Anand Torrents who has generously donated his time and skills to support the campaign.

Anand Torrents Is a Gestalt therapist certified by the Institut Gestalt of Barcelona, (2015) and holds a degree in Philosophy (1994), issued by the UAB (Autonomous University of Barcelona). He was born in Barcelona in 1968; a traveler at heart, he has always worked in connection with education in his native Catalonia, and abroad (India, USA, etc). Anand is deeply interested in: Language diversity, Emotional intelligence, Multiculturalism, Outdoors pedagogy… and now tennis! Anand holds a Master’s Degree in Psychopedagogy, specializing in the adult population and he feels lucky to be currently working as a trainer of trainers in international projects; where he incidentally met Nick Owen… the rest is history…

L’Anand Torrents és un terapeuta Gestalt format per l’Institut Gestalt de Barcelona (2015) i és llicenciat en Filosofia (Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona, 1994). Va néixer a Barcelona el 1968; viatger empedreït, sempre ha treballat en relació amb l’educació a la seva Catalunya natal i a l’estranger (Índia, EUA, etc.). L’Anand està profundament interessat en: la diversitat lingüística, la intel·ligència emocional, el multiculturalisme, la pedagogia mediambiental … i ara el tennis! L’Anand té un màster en psicopedagogia, especialitzat en la població adulta i se sent afortunat de treballar actualment com a formador de formadors en projectes internacionals; on va conèixer casualment en Nick Owen … la resta és història ..

Author: drnicko

Awarded an MBE for services to arts-based businesses, I am passionate about generating inspiring, socially engaging, creative practice within educational contexts both nationally and internationally.

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