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The role of the scientific and pedagogical council is to assist the institute in the preparation and evaluation of its training courses and in the implementation of research projects for IDeT and its students.
IDeT has chosen as members of this council personalities who, beyond having a brilliant academic background, have close perspectives on the patient-therapist relationship which they consider as a central factor in the change process. These personalities have agreed to collaborate with IDeT to help its students to put it at the heart of their psychotherapeutic practice.
Xavier Briffault is a researcher in social sciences and epistemology of mental health at the CNRS, attached to CERMES3 (Centre de recherche, médecine, sciences, santé, santé mentale, société). He is particularly interested in depression, obsessive-compulsive disorders, psychotherapies and mental health prevention programs. On these topics, he develops a sociologically and epistemologically informed analysis of the effectiveness of interventions, particularly in the context of the extension of the Evidence-based medicine (EBM) paradigm to mental medicine. Author of several dozen publications, he is an expert for several public health institutions (HCPS, HAS,...).
Willi Butollo is professor of psychology at the Ludwig Maximilian University in Munich, trainer in Gestalt Therapy, author of the dialogical exposure therapy for trauma and founder of the MIT - Mûnchen Institute für Trauma. He is the author of numerous books and articles on trauma and anxiety and has conducted extensive research on these topics.
Gianni Francesetti is a psychiatrist, international trainer and supervisor. Member of NYIGT (New York Institute of Gestalt Therapy). President of IPsiG (International Institute for Gestalt Therapy and Psychopathology) and former President of EAGT (European Association for Gestalt Therapy).
Several of his books have been translated into English:
Francesetti, G. (Ed.). (2007). Panic Attacks and Postmodernity. Gestalt therapy between clinical and social perspectives. FrancoAngeli.
Francesetti, G., Gecele, M., & Roubal, J. (Eds.). (2013). Gestalt therapy in clinical practice: From psychopathology to the aesthetics of contact (Vol. 2). Milan: FrancoAngeli.
Francesetti, G., & Griffero, T. (Eds.). (2019). Psychopathology and atmospheres: neither inside nor outside. Cambridge Scholars Publishing.
Louis G. Castonguay, PhD, is Professor of Psychology at Pennsylvania State University (Penn State University, USA). Internationally recognized for his work on processes of change in psychotherapy, he is the author of numerous publications with more than 140 articles and eight co-edited books on integration in psychotherapy, principles of therapeutic change, the therapist’s effect, insight and corrective experiences in psychotherapy, research and practice of therapy, and psychopathology. A leader in the integrative approach to psychotherapy, he develops practice-based research networks that foster collaboration between practitioners and researchers. He has received several awards and honours for his career, and has served as President of the Society for Psychotherapy Research (SPR).
The works of Louis Castonguay