Department: PSICOLOGIA

Faculty: FACULTAD DE CIENCIAS BIOMÉDICAS Y DE LA SALUD

Email: giuseppe.iandolo@universidadeuropea.es

Personal web: https://psisemadrid.org/nosotros/

Doctor by the Universidad Autónoma de Madrid with the thesis El desarrollo de las competencias narrativas forma, cohesión y equilibrio de contenido a través del test proyectivo de la familia de los osos 2011. Supervised by Dr. José Luis Linaza Iglesias, Dr. Cristina del Barrio.

Postgraduate Program Director in Child Development Psychology, Assistant Professor of Psychology at the European University of Madrid (mpdieuropea.eu), and Clinical Psychologist, head of the unit PSISE - Clinical Developmental Psychology Service (psisemadrid.org). He works as a university teacher, researcher, and clinical psychologist in Spain (M-22742 - Madrid). He graduated in Clinical and Community Psychology at the Second University of Naples (Italy), specialized in Clinical Psychology at the University of Padua (Italy), and Ph.D. in Developmental Psychology and Education from the Autonomous University of Madrid. Lecturer in Psychology (ANECA, PAD: 2012-7504; 2022-209/210), clinical psychologist in Spain (MEC 2008C01607/1/CE & LEY 33/2011), and psychotherapist in Italy (Ministry of Italian Health 2008C01607/1/CE - 415, Trento). His working fields are education, research, clinical psychology, psychological assessment, psychopathology, and cognitive sciences at the European University of Madrid. He has been a professor of clinical interview and psychological testing at the University of Trento (Italy) and member of the founding team of the Laboratory of Observation and Functional Diagnosis of the University of Trento (in the Italian Alps), a center of research and intervention in developmental psychopathology and clinical psychology. He has been an expert consultant for the Trentino Institute of Culture (now the Bruno Kessler Foundation, Trento, Italy), the University of Trento (Italy), and several schools and special education centers in Italy and Spain. His research fields include typical and atypical development, narrative and play skills, projective techniques, autism spectrum disorders, cognitive stimulation, parental beliefs, and interactive styles. He is currently a reviewer for different scientific journals indexed in SJR.