This is a time for science and solidarity
by ADGI - Milan section
Accepting the invitation of the United Nations, which urges that this is the time of science and solidarity, we are pleased to share the thoughts of Drs. Maria Francesca Masini and Giulia Remorino Ibry, both psychologists and psychotherapists, through an interview that made a journey from Natalia Ginzburg to Alba de Cespedes, to the new frontiers of the New Normal, from fears to a thought of a world in motion.
Dr.ssa Maria Francesca Masini, psychologist and psychotherapist, with a degree inPsychology of Developmental Age, research activity at the Department of Developmental Psychology of the University of Florence until 1988 on various topics of developmental psychology with a focus on the differences between males and females, including the different choice in the two groups comparing individual work modes and the possibility of cooperation. Specialization in Psychology at the Faculty of Medicine of Siena. Family Therapist, school of Maurizio Andolfi in Florence. Since 1993 and until 2010, in Milan, research and consulting assignment at the Urology O.U. of the Policlinico di Milano. Psychologist and psychotherapist, since 1993 carries out counseling and psychotherapy for individuals, couples and families, particularly in dysfunctional family systems and with minors in possible prejudice.
Giulia Remorino Ibry, analytical psychotherapist, consultant to the Court of Milan for minors and family, specialist in clinical and forensic psychology, expert in Cultural Adjustment in therapy with mixed couples. She works internationally and practices in Italian, English, French. She collaborates with International Health Center. President of the non-profit association Human in Progress, for the protection of refugees, migrants and marginalized people.