FRIDAY EARLY AFTERNOON HOT TOPICS 2 (F2HT2): 3.00 PM - 4.30 PM
Hot Topics: Session 2
Maladaptive Schemas in migrants and their stress perception through the Questionnaire on stress in the migratory process (MP-MPSQ) and the Maladaptive Schemas Questionnaire - Research Version (EMSQ-R)
by Leticia Marin
About the Presenter:
Leticia Marin is a psychologist and researcher. She graduated from La Sapienza University of Rome, Italy and from the National Autonomous University of Mexico. She is an expert in ethnopsychiatry, transcultural and migration psychology, as well as specializing in Rational Emotive Behavior Therapy (REBT) and Emergency Psychology. She is a member of the International Society of Schema Therapy (ISST). She’s currently being certified in Schema Therapy ISST. She has served on the John Carroll University in Rome, Pontifical Gregorian University, Barcelona University and Loyola University Chicago Rome. She has exercised in Mexico and Italy and has a long experience in the formation and management of groups. Marin has coordinated the department of clinical psychology in different institutions in Mexico. She collaborated with Caritas in Rome, she coordinated the program of Psychology for migrants in Vatican Radio and various associations for migrants in Italy and Mexico. She designed and established the Department of Counseling and Psychological Service and the therapeutic groups of mixed couples, adults and young Latin American people in Rome. She has published numerous scientific articles in essays and magazines specialized in Italy, Spain, Mexico and Argentina. She developed the Migratory Process Stress Questionnaire (MPSQ) based on the Schema Therapy.
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