IPUSP Community – Docentes – Maria Livia Tourinho Moretto
Line of Research
Clinical practices: Foundation, Procedures and Interlocutions: This research takes into account various clinical practices and their different listening techniques, forms of attention and intervention. It aims at developing critical and interdisciplinary studies which may generate different treatment and diagnostic-clinical modalities for psychic, personality and behavioral problems. To reach this goal, we consider the setbacks and challenges of the clinical practice in the social, institutional and private settings. We aim at providing health prevention and rehabilitation services. Moreover, we seek to build and validate instruments and methods of evaluation as well as critical studies of the instruments and methods of psychological evaluation. This research seeks to question and reflect upon the role of the professional while dealing with the Brazilian population’s demand.
Professor Ph.D, Psychology Institute – Department of Clinical Psychology, Universidade de São Paulo. The Professor has worked as a Psychologist at the Psychology Division of Instituto Central do Hospital das Clínicas da Faculdade de Medicina – Universidade de São Paulo (1989-2011). Held the post of Adjunct Professor for the Psychology Undergraduate Program at Universidade Presbiteriana Mackenzie (2004-2011) and was also a Professor at the Universidade São Marcos’ Psychology Master’s Program (2001-2010). Doctoral Degree in Clinical Psychology, Universidade de São Paulo (2006). Master’s Degree in Clinical Psychology, PUC-SP (1996). Specialist Degree in Hospital Psychology, Psychiatry Institute – Hospital das Clínicas da Faculdade de Medicina da USP (1989). Undergraduate Degree in Psychology, Universidade Federal da Bahia (UFBA) (1987). Author of “O que pode um analista no hospital?”, edited by Casa do Psicólogo. Area of experience: Psychology with emphasis on Psychological Treatment and Prevention. The professors’ work focuses mainly on the following areas: Hospital Psychology, Health Psychology, Psychoanalysis, the Body, Liver Transplant and Modern Times.