Investigação: EXPERIÊNCIA DE ENFRENTAMENTO E ADAPTAÇÃO DOS PROFISSIONAIS DA SAÚDE NA COVID-19
Atualizado: 19 de mai. de 2020
O nosso Professor e Psicólogo Clínico João Vedor está a colaborar com outros investigadores da Universidade Católica Portuguesa - Centro Regional de Braga, investigando a experiência de enfrentamento e adaptação dos profissionais de saúde na COVID-19.
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Luiza Orlandi, B.S.
Luiza obtained a B.S. in Psychology from the Federal University of Minas Gerais in 2017, with emphasis on Clinic. She is currently a Researcher in the Research Department at the Fundação de Saúde Integral Humanística, maintainer of TIP Clínica. Currently a graduate student at Universidade Católica Portuguesa in Clinical and Health Psychology
Ph.D. Armanda Gonçalves
Armanda Gonçalves holds a Ph.D. in Clinical Psychology (University of Minho, 2009). She also holds a Bachelors Degree in Psychology (Clinical and Health Psychology) by the same
institution. She is also an Assistant Professor at the Faculty of Philosophy and Social Sciences of the Portuguese Catholic University (UCP - Braga), where she coordinates the Office of Self- evaluation, and Quality. Researcher integrated in the Center for Philosophical and Humanistic Studies (CEFH) at UCP (Braga), in the Research Line "Cognition, intersubjectivity and human development". Ph.D. Armanda Gonçalves has been researching new forms of the family (reconstituted families, adoptive and divorced families) and the system for promoting and protecting children and young people at risk. Armanda Gonçalves is also a psychotherapist, working with adolescents, adults, couples, and families. Her work also focuses on the areas of interpersonal relationships, divorce, bereavement, and life transitions.
João Vedor M.S.
João Diogo Gonçalves Vedor holds a Master's of Science degree (M.S.) in Clinical and Health Psychology from the Portuguese Catholic University and also holds a bachelor's degree in psychology from the same institution. He completed his course with distinction Magna Cum Laude. It’s a permanent member of the International Academy of Analytical Psychology, is, therefore, a Jungian analyst trainee in his clinical practice. He is also a member of the Association for Psychological and Science (APS). He developed a trainee internship in Neuropsychology at the ‘Hospital da Misericórdia’ (Vila Verde, Portugal), promoting various psychological interventions for patients with Neurocognitive Disorders and individuals from the Operational Program for Social Inclusion and Employment (PO ISE) - e.g., project 3.01 - Qualification of Persons with Disability’. He has participated in conferences and congresses, having been one of the key-notes in the Conference of Philosophy of Religion, organized by the Universidade Católica Portuguesa - Regional Center of Braga, by the Department of Philosophy in 2015.