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My Vision

  • To develop a new approach, different from the traditional one, where my clients have an active role in healing their relationships.
  • To contribute to helping people to place the ownership of their progress with them
  • To support those who suffer in silence, the ones that fight so many inner battles and hide their pain behind a smile
  • To help those who are strong and self-sufficient but who are also human
  • To create a safe space where we can learn from the pain, grow from it and finally let it go

My Mission

  • To help single millennials identify what’s stopping them from building healthy relationships
  • To revise with them what to look for in a long-term partner
  • To address the underlying issues that prevents them from having a deep and satisfying relationship
  • To help them make smart decisions that break patterns, self-sabotaging behavior and to develop healthy boundaries
  • To help them mend their relationship with themselves

My Vision

– To develop a new approach, different from the traditional one, where my clients have an active role in healing their relationships.
– To contribute to helping people to feel empowered in their circumstances
– To support those who suffer in silence, the ones that fight so many inner battles and hide their pain behind a smile
– To help those who are strong and self-sufficient but who are also human
– To create a safe space where we can learn from the pain, grow from it and finally let it go

My Mission

– to create a safe space for single millennials who struggle to find the right person
– to help them identify what’s stopping them from building healthy relationships
– to revise what to look for in a long-term partner
– to help them make smart decisions that break patterns, self-sabotaging behavior and to develop healthy boundaries

Meet Celina

I´m Romanian, I live in Barcelona, Spain, I´m multilingual, I speak 4 foreign languages: Romanian, English, Spanish and French and I come from a former communist country.

I grew up in a country that was still struggling with the consequences of the regime and with a general disillusionment, where people were not comfortable, nor welcome to express their emotions, after decades of censorship, terror and fear.

I was born in at the end of ‘88, a year before the Romanian Revolution, a period of violent civil unrest that overthrew the country’s leadership and executed it’s communist leader.

Many people, including my parents were struggling to start over. The chaos that followed after the official abolition of the communism affected the population. On the one hand, many were disturbed by the change and wanted to keep the status that the rigid society had given them, while others were euphorically celebrating. The transition was a traumatic event, I was only a year old but my subconscious registered the consequences.

The parents of my generation were still recovering from the suppression, the majority became more irritable, more isolated. Many were struggling to put food on the table.

When we’re on survival mode, our emotions, our inner world and our intuition aren’t acknowledged. I grew up in a context where emotional regulation didn’t exist. I entered a competitive school system where I was conditioned to categorize and memorize. That’s how my disconnection to the self has begun. Later on, as an adult I entered relationships where I was constantly betraying myself, where my needs weren’t met, where I was incapable to express my boundaries.

In 2011, after graduating the Faculty of Letters in Romania I moved to Barcelona, Spain, a warmer and more open culture that allowed me to connect with people from all over the world, struggling with challenges themselves.

In 2014, after participating in an inspiring conference of a mentor, Ernesto Beibe, I asked him if he could teach me mentoring. He congratulated me for my willingness to learn, so he accepted right away.

The learning process was life-changing, because by working with a successful professional I could apply the concepts to my own personal life. At that time, I was struggling alone and in private, but the curiosity, the need to explore and the need to overcome my own difficulties have lead me to what I do today. I decided that I wanted to dedicate myself professionally to it.

I knew that no matter the cultural/family background, change was possible. I realized that great relationships are built and not taught, nor inherited. A healthy relationship doesn´t just happen. It is the result of a series of smart decisions.

My story is personal, but I want to share with you all who are suffering in silence, like I once did, when I put on a brave face and I pretended that the pain was not devouring me on the inside, especially when I lost a loved one and I had to go through all the stages of an excruciating grief.

I can’t tell you how much I’ve learned in my own inner process, how far I’ve come on my own path to love and how I’ve succeeded in becoming a relationship coach. My pain reshaped everything I thought I knew about relationships. In fact, what it mainly did was highlight how little I knew, and how much I had to learn. I made many mistakes but my best decision was to break my self-sabotaging behavior and to start the journey to personal growth and healing.

Right now, as I’m writing this, I’m in a loving relationship with myself and in a relationship with a man whom I love, cherish and admire, and who is also committed to his own personal growth.

I want you to know (hiding in your shell to suffer alone, quietly, without anyone noticing), feeling brokenhearted, confused, fearing commitment and craving intimacy, or that “What’s is wrong with me?“ feeling, THERE IS LIGHT AT THE END OF THE TUNNEL.

Asking for help doesn’t make you weak. Yes, we are strong, but we are also human. We don’t have to suffer in silence about the pain we feel, and about the things that are hurting us. Be kind and loving to yourself. Take full responsibility and get in the driver´s seat. Take the wheel and let’s drive forward.