I am a clinical psychologist and a psychoanalytically-oriented psychotherapist, registered since 2003 at Order of Psychologists of Region Piedmont.
In 2000, I graduated with a BA (five years degree) in Psychology from the
University of Study of Turin.
In 2003 I completed a post-graduated degree in Counselling at the Faculty of Medicine and Psychiatry of University of Piemonte Orientale.
In 2007, I was licensed as a psychotherapist at the 4 years post-graduated course SPP - School of Psychoanalytic Psychotherapy
(originally founded under the scientific guidance of Prof. Gaetano Benedetti and Prof. Johannes Cremerius), in Turin.
I extended my knowledge regarding groups, organizations and social dynamics under the supervision of Mario Perini and Il Nodo Group.
I attended 3 Group Relations conferences, in Italy, Israel and Cyprus organized by Nodo Group and OFEK, in collaboration with Tavistock Institute of London.
I work in Turin and in Alta Langa area
as private psychotherapist and project consultant for non profit organizations .
My professional activity started within the psycho-social field in 2001 in Turin, where I collaborated with various no profit organizations (Area onlus, Fondazione Paideia, Fish Piemonte, Il Nodo Group).
Afterward, my interest towards international connections led me to develop some meaningful professional relationships beyond the Italian scene (Ofek, Opus, Tavistock Insitute, Fordern Spielmittel) and towards the humanitarian field.
In 2009 I initiated a series of work engagements with one of the main international humanitarian organisations (Mèdecins Sans Frontieres).
I worked with victims of conflicts and natural disasters, refugees and asylum seekers (Abruzzo; Pakistan; Liberia; Malta) within an international team.