Intervention with Families from Third Generation Therapies
Inmaculada Gómez Becerra
University of Almeria. Spain
Dr. Inmaculada Gómez Becerra is a Professor at the University of Almería (Spain), She has 4 six-year research periods, 1 six-year transfer period, and 5 five-year teaching periods (with a special mention for the Teaching Excellence Award). Her research work focuses on the analysis of risk and protection factors for psychological problems in childhood and adolescence, with emphasis on education and emotional regulation and parental educational styles; on intervention with families using third-generation therapies; and on the role of ICTs in promoting emotional well-being in children, adolescents, and families. She has more than 130 publications, more than 170 conference participations, and 17 research projects; she has supervised 7 doctoral theses; she is a reviewer for national and international journals and a member of different scientific committees. She directs the research group “Advances in research and epidemiology with children, adolescents, and families”. She has participated in and/or coordinated different training activities for professionals from different fields (education, psychology, medicine), and has carried out numerous family schools and interventions on emotional regulation in adolescents. She holds a degree in General Health Psychology and is a Family Therapist at the Inpaula/Imparables Neurorehabilitation Centre (EBT-Spin-off of the University of Almeria).
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