Clinical psychologist by ISPA, master’s degree in clinical psychology and development by the Faculty of Psychology and Educational Sciences of the University of Coimbra.
At Ecopsi facilitates Climate cafes and integrates the Ecopsi team that gives training on Eco-anxiety.
Psychologist Specialist in Clinical and Health Psychology by ISPA.
At Ecopsi makes the network with the international group Psyfuture. Provides psychological support to activists.
Clinical Psychologist. PhD in Psychoanalytic Studies (Essex University, UK). Researcher at ISPA- Willliam James research Center.
At Ecopsi integrates the Ecopsi team that gives training on Eco-anxiety.
Clinical Psychologist, PhD in Social Anthropology, Forming SPTF.
At Ecopsi develops and applyies a theoretical model he called Eco-integration to work on climate anxiety issues. Integrates the Ecopsi team that gives training on Eco-anxiety and trains psychologists. He gives eco-anxiety talks. Provides psychological support to activists.
Clinical Psychologist (Order of Psychologists – 12094), Cognitive and Integrative Behavioral Psychotherapist at APTCCI.
At Ecopsi provides psychological support to activists,. Facilitates Climate cafes. Integrates the Ecopsi team that gives training on Eco-anxiety. Promotes and develops collaborations with organizations.
Psychologist and PhD student in Applied Psychology at the School of Psychology of the University of Minho, where she develops the doctoral project “Positive Development of Young People in the Context of Climate Change”, funded by the Foundation for Science and Technology.
At Ecopsi she is responsible for the Psychopedagogical area, oversees the development of the Teenager Climate Guide manual and collaborates in science communication initiatives for diverse audiences.
Clinical psychologist. PhD student in Family Psychology and Family Intervention (Faculty of Psychology and Educational Sciences, University of Coimbra). Scholarship researcher at UC – Center for Social Studies.
At Ecopsi, he is part of the Climate Cafés team and collaborates in the eco-integration study group.
At Ecopsi, collaborates in the Psychopedagogical area and in the development of the Teenager Climate Guide manual. Collaborates in science communication initiatives for diverse audiences.