Tommy Gyran Norheim, born in Oslo, Norway, but raised in the Canary Islands, grew up as a Third Culture Kid from a very young age in a multicultural environment. He completed 3 years of study at the Norwegian School of Gran Canaria to later complete his education in a trilingual school (Spanish, English and German).
Tommy began his Degree in Psychology at the European University of Madrid in 2013, where he had the fortune to obtain internships at the ANAR Foundation (help for children with problems), José Germain Psychiatric Institute and the Victoria Kent Social Reintegration Center for minors. , which led him to want to specialize in the field of Clinical Psychology.
During his undergraduate studies Tommy obtained work experience working summers in Norway as a fellow at the Home Psychiatric Service in Harstad, where he helped patients with psychiatric diagnoses and who also suffered from problems with substances (Alcohol, cocaine, etc.).
In October 2017, after completing the degree, he began his Master's Degree in General Health Psychology at the European University of Madrid where he was selected for an Internship at the SINEWS Multicultural Institute, thus receiving extensive training Acceptance and Commitment Therapy from Lidia Budziszewska, former mentor and currently supervisor of his professional practice.
Given his experience in practice centers with minors, Tommy decided to expand his training by entering the Department of Child and Youth Psychology of SINEWS under the supervision of Psychologist Andrea Moreno.
In 2019, after finishing his training and thanks to the incredible feedback he received, Tommy joined the Sinews team as a psychologist, where he currently combines his clinical work with his Ph.D studies at the Autonomous University of Madrid and his work as a bilingual associate professor in the Psychology degree of the European University of Madrid.