Applied Psychology Competence Centre
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Applied Psychology Competence Centre
DepartmentDepartment of Business Economics, Health and Social Care
Lorenzo Pezzoli, Psychologist and psychotherapist ATP/FSP, Master's degree in psychology, specialised in psychoanalytically oriented FSP psychotherapy, FSP traffic psychology, Professor in Applied Psychology, Member Swiss Society for Traffic Psychology (SPC), Diagnostic Section, Member Swiss Society of Legal Psychology (SSPL)
Head of the center
- Roberto Ballerini, SPF psychologist and psychotherapist, SPF traffic psychologist SPC member, diagnostic section
- Saskya Bertoni, Communication expert, Secretary of the Applied Psychology Competence Centre
- Cinzia Campello, ATP/FSP, Traffic Psychologist, FSP Complementary Certificate in Emergency Psychology, Senior lecturer and researcher
- Antonietta Colubriale, Degree in sociology, Senior lecturer and researcher
- Elisa Milani, Psychologist and ATP/FSP psychotherapist, specialising in FSP psychotherapy, Lecturer and researcher
- Daniela Pasquale, Psychologist ATP/FSP, Lecturer and researcher
- Natalia Perucchi Campopiano, Psychologist and psychotherapist ATP/FSP, Lecturer and researcher
Farsi strada ma non a qualunque prezzo. Educare all'umiltà non ha nulla a che vedere con l'umiliare.
Il Mendrisiotto, vol. XXVI, pp. 18-19
«Tutte le cose partecipano dello stesso respiro» Ogni elemento fa pensare che tra eco-logia ed eco-nomia non ci sia solo una assonanza curiosa
Il Mendrisiotto, vol. XXVI, pp. 19-19
L'oblio dei diritti. Fra "tarlo della degenerazione" e condizione femminile
Il Mendrisiotto, vol. XXVI, pp. 21-22
Psicologia del traffico. Strategie e strumenti psicologici di intervento nel sistema-traffico
Lorenzo Pezzoli, Cinzia Campello
Psicologia del traffico. Strategie e strumenti psicologici di intervento nel sistema-traffico (Milano, Università Cattolica del Sacro Cuore)
Finire nella cenere ma non fermarsi lì
Il Mendrisiotto, vol. XXVI, pp. 17-18
Meeting federal requirements, the centre is recognised by the cantonal authority for carrying out the diagnostic assessment of fitness to drive. It also runs a listening and psychological Helpdesk available to students and employees.
Undergraduate and Graduate Studies
The members of the Competence Centre have responsibilities in specific modules of the Bachelor of Science in Social Work such as Mental Health, Times of life, Narrative Approaches, Formative Supervision, Methods and Techniques of Intervention with Psychic Distress, and Playful Approaches in Social Work. Nell’ambito sanitario del DEASS è ugualmente sollecitata e confermata la partecipazione ai corsi sul disagio psichico,sullo sviluppo psicologico, sulle dipendenze così come nei moduli specifici di area.
The Centre is involved in the teaching of Certificate of Advanced Studies (CAS) and Master of Advanced Studies (MAS) active in both the social and healthcare fields, also with responsibilities, as in the case of the CAS Psychic Distress, the CAS Addiction, the CAS LAVI (law to help victims) and the CAS Legal Psychology, all strongly aimed at cantonal collaboration and involvement of services, centres and professionals from the areas concerned.
In the area of training, emphasis is placed on regular refresher courses distributed throughout the year on the topics of traffic psychology and neuropsychology. Appointments are open to specialists from the area or professional groups interested in taking part. In particular, modules were held on alcohol and driving, on the cognitive aspects involved in driving, and on the elderly and road traffic.
In addition, the Centre has targeted and continued collaborations with the Cantonal Medical Office, the Cantonal Police Psychology Unit, the Cantonal Sociopsychiatric Organisation and, at the federal level, contacts with professional associations from the Swiss Federation of Psychologists (FSP) to the Swiss Society of Legal Psychology (SSPL) and the Swiss Society of Traffic Psychology (SPC).