Chiara Zuliani – Psychologist, psychotherapist
She graduated with honors in clinical psychology from the Catholic University of the Sacred Heart in Milan in 2010, with a thesis on family psychology with supervisor Professor Vittorio Cigoli, and later became a member of the professional register of psychologists in Lombardy.
The same year she was admitted to the Doctoral School of Psychology at the Catholic University, with the right to a scholarship. She conducts research for this course in the field of psycho-oncology, which sees her engaged in data collection at hospital facilities in Lombardy.
She obtained her PhD degree in 2014, following a period of research and thesis writing abroad under the supervision of Professor George Bonanno, at Columbia University in NYC.
Today he continues to work with the Catholic University as an adjunct lecturer.
In 2015, he enrolled in the Gestalt Institute HCC Italy, Milan branch. During her training as a psychotherapist, she does her internship in two different facilities, a family counseling center and the psychiatric ward of a Milanese hospital.
In 2018, also at the same institute, she attends the professionalizing course “Childbirth as relational rebirth” (basic level), based on the model of psychoprophylaxis at childbirth designed by Margherita Spagnuolo Lobb.
Since 2017, she has been freelancing as a psychotherapy resident both online and in private practice, dealing mainly with adult individuals and couples.
She is currently undergoing the four-year training as a didactic student and supervisor at the Gestalt Institute HCC Italy, also in the Milan location.
– Bonanno G A, Saita E, Zuliani C (2011) Resilience and other consequences following potentially traumatic events (PTE), in Saita E (ed.) Thinking about health and illness: links between mind, body and contexts of belonging. Educatt
– Saita E, Zuliani C, Molgora S, Bonanno GA, (2014) Health promotion and protection in different contexts of living together. Mammography screening in northern and southern Italy. Narrating groups. Vol 9