Dynamic clinical psychologist at the University of Padua. Psychotherapist in training with cognitive-constructivist orientation. She has carried out her post-graduate training at the De Leo Fund Onlus, where she is currently involved in research projects and in supporting bereaved persons. She is a qualified telephone operator for the helpline service and she is responsable of the creative workshops of the Association with survivors of traumatic bereavement.
Degree in Clinical-Dynamic Psychology at the University of Padua. After her post-graduate internship at the Association, she continues to be involved in various research activities while supporting bereaved persons. She deals, in particular, with the management of the De Leo Fund Forum for suicide survivors and in updating media such as Facebook and Youtube. She collaborates in the organization of continuing education courses for professionals and students, in which she also is a teacher, and promotes cultural activities to raise public awareness of the theme of traumatic Bereavement.
Anthropologist. She first obtained a bachelor’s degree in Conservation of Cultural Heritage and a Master’s degree in Cultural Anthropology, Ethnology, ethnolinguistics at the University Ca ‘Foscari of Venice. Later, she followed an advance course in Criminology and Forensic Psychology at the University of Milan and earned his PhD in Anthropological Sciences at the University of Turin. She has done research on BaVenda South Africa and performed observations in clinical settings at the Hospitals of Padua and Treviso. Her areas of expertise are anthropology of death, collective ritualization of violence, and cross-cultural aspects of mourning.