María Cristina Ravazolla

Psychiatrist working in psychotherapy, consultant in issues of gender and family therapy, trained in systemic thinking, studying gender diversities, Spinoza and social constructionism. Full of questions on how to help people in order to overcome difficulties, María builds short programs with clients in contexts where dialogues can develop among speakers and also internally.  Recently working in a program that tries to help mature women that are trapped in alcohol addiction with severe social and emotional consequences for them. It is a conjoint work with a team that includes the patients and their family networks.

Susana Tesone

Argentinian social worker, trained for many years in working with families, in the field of domestic violence, child sexual abuse and addictions.  Shares most of the ideas of the dialogical approach.
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