Pietro Caggiano

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Pietro Caggiano holds a Bachelor’s Degree in Psychological techniques for the analysis of normal and pathological cognitive processes, and a Master’s degree in Cognitive Neuroscience and Psychological Rehabilitation, which he obtained with honour. Following an interniship at IRCC San Raffaele Pisana Hospital (Rome), concerning both reactive depression and anxiety disorder treatment and cognitive skills impairment evaluation, he decided to refine his studies in Neuropsichology in the U.K. Currently, he is an research intern at Goldsmith's University of London, in the Department of Psychology. His interests mainly focus on the study of cognitive mechanisms underlying memory and body representation. In particular, his research activity is focused on the development of new diagnostic tools for the assessment and the rehabilitation of Personal Neglect Syndrome.

Articles by Pietro Caggiano

Nowadays, the world and the lives of teenagers are subject to quick, sudden and unpredictable changes, compared to the recent past generations. Due to this rapidity and precariousness, adults and older generations find themselves unprepared and helpless to confront these changes, particularly when they refer to and rely on their own past experiences. The italian…

Two-day workshop which aims to assist those psychologists who often work therapeutically with clients but wish to consider the impact of changes in brain function due to illness (physical-mental) or injury. The focus will primarily be on neuropsychology rather than psychotherapy with the acknowledgement that awareness of both disciplines is needed to best serve our…

Solution-focused brief therapy can provide a wealth of useful tools to engage and work with children, and significant others including parents and teachers. This training will introduce you to the key assumptions and tools of solution-focused therapy in a highly practical and experiential way. This workshop will add value to the field of applied psychology…

The workshop will draw on the work researchers such as  insight, n motivational styles and reversal theory and the relationship of social identity to creativity. Case studies and organisational experience from all sectors (public, private, and not for profit ) will highlight what works and what doesn’t when individuals and teams want to be more…

In psychology, recently, there has been an increased interest in mindfulness and meditation specifically in relation to the therapeutic benefits they offer. This workshop will provide a research-informed approach to mindfulness and meditative practice with practical advice on how these can be used within practice to support clients. For further informations please check the following…

A Neuropsychoanalysis Group has been formed in London with special emphasis on psychodynamic neuroscience and neuropsychology research and it usually meets at 6:00 pm on the first Thursday of each month of the academic calendar at the Institute of Cognitive Neuroscience (ICN) in London WC1. This interdisciplinary group is modelled on the many other successful…

An interesting workshop which aims to explores how clinicians can draw flexibly on schema therapy techniques in working with clients where standard approaches may not be effective, particularly where clients have additional personality traits or disorders that complicate treatment. The main emphasis will be on working effectively with schema modes in clients with personality features…

An overview on the treatment of eating disorders. Practical guidelines on how to recognise an eating disorder through combined use of interview and questionnaire measures; how to create a problem formulation, and plan a programme of treatment drawing on a combination of clinical skills drawn from cognitive behavioural and third wave therapies. For further informations…

Most children go through a temporary phase of picky eating, however a significant number will have persistent feeding difficulties throughout childhood. These include avoiding or refusing certain foods and having a very limited dietary range often connected to characteristics of the autism spectrum. The impact of persistent food refusal can be devastating, with parental anxiety…

Elisabeth Roudinesco is a French  academic historian and psychoanalyst. She is head of research in history at University of Paris VII – Denis Diderot. Briefly in London for the launch of her new book LACAN: In Spite of Everything (Verso) she reflects on Lacan’s extraordinary legacy as well as aspects of his trajectory not previously…

The workshop will explore metaphor as an idiom of language and its relationship with image, symbol, analogy, simile and story. It will examine how therapists, counsellors and coaches can use metaphor and storytelling in their work and will enhance participants’ skills in this area whatever their theoretical orientation or client group.  It will cover commonly…

An interesting exhibition on how mental health conditions have been diagnosed and treated over the past 250 years. The exhibition is illustrated through a rich array of historical and contemporary objects, artworks and archive images which aim to show how tools and methods of treatment that have been developed. Science Museum – Exhibition Rd, London…

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