Patrícia Pascoal

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Patrícia Pascoal

Clinical Psychologist, Psychotherapist, Psychotherapist Supervisor and Sexual Therapist.
European Doctorate in Clinical Psychology
Co-coordinator of the PhD program in Clinical Psychology, cognitive-behavioral approach (opening 2021)
Deputy Editor in Chief of “Sexual Medicine” (Open Access)
Associate Editor “Frontiers in Psychology in Clinical Settings”
Advisory Board of the World Association of Sexual Health
Vice-chair of the Education Committee of the International Society of Sexual Medicine
Management Committee of the Cost Action: European Sexual Medicine Network
President of the Portuguese Society of Clinical Sexology
Board Member of the Direction of the Portuguese Association of Cognitive Behavioural Therapy

Marisa Filipe

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Marisa Filipe

Marisa Filipe is a specialist in Clinical and Health Psychology and Neuropsychology. She received a Master’s degree in Clinical and Health Psychology and a Ph.D. degree in Psychology at the University of Porto. Her academic and professional interests have been focused on the understanding of language and executive functions in both typically developing children and clinical populations (e.g., autism and attention deficit hyperactivity disorder). She has published several articles in international journals including Frontiers, Journal of Autism and Developmental Disorders, Reading and Writing, and Speech Communication. She was part of the team of 4 projects funded by the Portuguese Foundation for Science and Technology (FCT). Marisa has extensive clinical experience working with children and adolescents

Joana Cabral

 


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Joana Cabral

PhD in Psychology, Faculty of Psychology and Educational Sciences, University of Porto (FPCEUP). Researches on the themes of inequality, discrimination, racism, intimate and structural violence and hate speech. Assistant professor at the Faculty of Psychology, Education and Sports of the Lusófona University do Porto (ULP). Psychodynamic Psychotherapist (training specialist)

Dulce Pinto

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Dulce Pinto

Degree in Psychology from Universidade Católica Portuguesa (2008), concluded her Master’s Integrated in Psychology (in the area of ​​Clinical and Health Psychology) in 2011, by the University of Minho. Between 2009 and 2019, she was a researcher at the Psychology Research Center (CIPsi) from the same university, where she completed her PhD in Applied Psychology (in the area of Clinical Psychology and Psychotherapy; 2011-2017), having developed work in the field of therapeutic relationship, participated in several research projects and was the author and co-author of various scientific publications in national and international magazines and books international standards. Participates frequently in scientific training and meetings in the area, in Portugal and abroad, in which she has been making several oral communications and in Poster. She is an effective member of the Portuguese Psychologists Order and, between 2017 and 2020,
accumulated functions as a psychologist at the Psychology Association of the University of Minho. Currently Assistant Professor at Universidade Lusófona do Porto and accumulates clinical practice regular at the Psychology Service of this university (SPULP), as well as in a private context, where she has been working since 2019. Her scope of activity is, fundamentally, the emotional disturbances (of mood and / or anxiety), with children, young people and / or adults.

Maria Leonor dos Anjos Pereira da Costa Novo

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Maria Leonor dos Anjos Pereira da Costa Novo

Leonor Pereira da Costa concluded the PhD in Psychology at the Center for Research and Social Intervention of ISCTE – University Institute of Lisbon, with a thesis titled “Navigating social class in childhood: Development of Intergroup relations and Self-Categorization”. Leonor completed her degree in Psychology in the Faculty of Psychology and Educational Sciences of the University of Porto and completed her master’s degree in Data Mining and Data Analysis at ISCTE. Currently she is Assistant Professor at LusófonaUniversity, in the School of Psychology and Life Sciences. She also developed her work as an Applied Research Assistant at the ResearchCenter of Public Opinion of the Catholic University of Portugal, where she collaborated in numerous national and international research projects. Her interests are focused on intergroup relations and behaviors of inclusion and social exclusion in childhood, with special focus on social inequalities related to children’s socioeconomic status

Ágata Salvador

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Ágata Salvador

Ágata Salvador concluded her Ph.D. in Clinical Psychology at the Faculty of Psychology, University of Lisbon”. She completed her Master’s degree in Clinical and Health Psychology (Faculty of Psychology and Educational Sciences, University of Coimbra). She is an Assistant Professor and vice-coordinator of the Computational Psychology Laboratory at the School of Psychology and Life Sciences, Lusófona University. Ágata is a researcher at Lusófona University, HEI-Lab – Digital Human-Environment Interaction Lab, and her main research interests are related to pediatric health conditions, parental adaptation, family-centered care, and digital applications designed for the intervention in the context of health conditions.

Ana Filipa Gordino Beato

                                                                                                                                         

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Ana Filipa Gordino Beato

Assistant professor in the Bachelor of Psychology, the Masters in Psychology, Counselling and Psychotherapy, and the Transdisciplinary Master in Sexology at the School of Psychology and Life Sciences of Universidade Lusófona. Ph.D. in Clinical Psychology and specialized in child anxiety and parenting. Clinical psychologist and sex therapist at the PIN – Em Todas as Fases da Vida and at Casa Qui. Researcher at Hei-Lab in the areas of childhood and adolescence, human sexuality, parenting, developmental psychopathology, third-generation therapies, and virtual reality