ALIN COTIGA

ALIN COTIGA

ALIN COTIGA

Doç. Dr. | Erken çocukluk travmalarının vücut ve beyin gelişimine ve anne/çocuk ilişkisine etkisi.

Doç. Dr.

Konuşma Konusu:

Erken çocukluk travmalarının vücut ve beyin gelişimine ve anne/çocuk ilişkisine etkisi.

 

About Speakers:

1998-2002          Diploma in Psychology, specialization: Psychology at University of Bucharest

2002-2004          Master of Arts, specialization: Psychodiagnosis and Psychotherapy at University of Bucharest, Romania

2006-2010          Ph.D. at University of Bucharest, Faculty of Psychology and Educational Science

Topic: The relationship between maternal emotional availability, birth complication and emotional development of the infant

2010-2013          Postdoctoral researcher at Faculty of Psychology and Educational Science, University of Bucharest, Romania

2012                    Postdoctoral internship at Faculty of Social Education and Social Work, University of Applied Science Darmstadt, Germany

Since 2013          Adjunct Professor at Faculty of Social Education and Social Work, University of Applied Science Darmstadt, Germany

Since 2015         Adjunct Professor Faculty of Psychology and Educational Science, University of Bucharest, Romania

Since 2016          Senior Clinical Psychologist, Bucharest Emergency University Hospital

Since 2017          Senior Clinical Psychologist and Psychotherapist, MedLife Romania

 

 

Further Education:

2002-2007          Training in Experiential Psychotherapy

2016                     Facilitator in ‘Circle of Security®-Parenting Training™’ by Kent Hoffman

 

Research Topics: Prenatal psychology, Child development and attachment theory, Clinical psychology, Burnout in medical field, Sexuality

 

Leadership

Since 2016         Vice-president of the International Society for Pre- and Perinatal Psychology and                       Medicine (ISPPM e.V.)

 

Conferences, lectures, seminars and courses since 2006 in many countries

 

Publications: 3 books (1 co-author), 11 articles in books and journals, 2 reviews, 1 editor

 

 

 

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