I am a Clinical Psychologist (HCPC Registered), a Psychoanalytic Psychotherapist (BPC Registered) and a Group Analyst (Full member of GASi).I am trainer and supervisor at the COIRAG Institute of Psychotherapy of Padua (Italy).I have worked as a research fellow and lecturer at the Department of Developmental Psychology and Socialisation of the University of Padua, researching and teaching on family group's dynamics, early relationships, clinical intervention models, treatment outcome in developmental psychopathology and the psychosis in general and developmental psychopathology.My core trainings are psychodynamic, psychoanalytic and group analytic. I also had training in systemic family observation and therapy in Lausanne (Switzerland) and the basic training on Mentalization Based Treatment (MBT) at the Anna Freud Centre in London. Therefore, I use these theoretical frameworks in my supervision practice.Feel free to contact me by phone or email if you would like to discuss your supervision requirements.
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