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Author's biography

Rafael Santandreu is one of the most prestigious and leading psychologists in Spain. He is specialized in helping people develop their emotional strength. After studying in Spain and Great Britain, he was professor in the Universidad Ramon Llull, in Barcelona. In the decade of 2000, he worked together with the popular psychologist Giorgio Nardone in his Centro di Terapia Strategica de Arezzo, in Italy. Nowadays, he divides his job between the psycotherapy with his patients, and the training with doctors and psychologists. In his consulting room in Barcelona, he has patients from all over the world.

His books El arte de no amargarse la vida (Grijalbo, 2014), Las gafas de la felicidad (Grijalbo, 2014), Ser feliz en Alaska (Grijalbo, 2016) and Nada es tan terrible (Grijalbo, 2018) have become international referents of psychology, have sold millions of copies in Spanish language and have been translated into several languages.

Author's work

Non fiction

  • Nada es tan terrible (Nothing is That Terrible), Grijalbo/Penguin Random House, 2018. Foreign rights: Polish (Muza), Portuguese (Pergaminho/Bertrand, Portugal), Romanian (Lifestyle).
  • Ser feliz en Alaska (How to be Happy in Alaska), Grijalbo/Penguin Random House, 2016. Foreign rights: Italian (Vallardi), Polish (Muza), Portuguese (Pergaminho, Portugal).
  • Las gafas de la felicidad (The Lens of Happiness. Discover your Emotional Strength), Grijalbo/Penguin Random House, 2014.
    Foreign rights
    : Italian (Vallardi), Portuguese (Pergaminho, Portugal), Hungarian (Libri Könyvkiadó), Polish (Muza).
  • El arte de no amargarse la vida (The Art Of Not Making Ourselves Miserable), Oniro/Planeta, 2011.
    Foreign rights: French (Marabout), Italian (Vallardi), German (Goldmann), Dutch (Zuidnederlandse), Portuguese (Pergaminho, Portugal), Portuguese (GMT Editores, Brazil), Taiwan (Crwon Culture), Russian (Exmo), Bulgarian (Hermes), Polish (Muza), China (Citic Press), Korea (The Wing of Thinking), Greek (Psichogios), Turkish (Pegasus), Hungarian (Libri Könyvkiadó).
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