Angela Maria Di Vita is a retired Professor of Dynamic Psychology. She has taught at the School of Education Sciences, Palermo University, where she was responsible for the Research Group on “Parenting: Theoretical Models, Evaluation and Interventions”. She has also directed numerous Master’s courses in Law Psychology. She currently teaches Couple and Family Psychoanalysis at the Italian Institute for Group Psychoanalysis in Palermo and serves as a lay judge for the Palermo tribunal.
Her research interests include parenting and risk factors in the family life cycle; family and migration dynamics; narrative in clinical and applied contexts.
Her most recent publications include “Lo stalking tra realtà e fantasia” in Schimmenti V. and Craparo G. (Eds.), written with V. Granatella and M. Garro (2014); “Violenza sulle donne, aspetti psicologici, psicopatologici e sociali”, Milan: FrancoAngeli; and “Minori che abusano” , written with R. Salierno (Eds.), Rome: Cisu (2013).