The Final Multiplier Event of the EU Project A partnership for change: reducing work related anger and violent emotions

The EU Project “A partnership for change: reducing work related anger and violent emotions” is almost completed. We proudly announce the participation at the International Final Conference of the Project (Multiplier Event) in which members of the International Institute of Applied Psychology and Human Sciences has been invited.

The Italian Commission represented by IIAPHS includes 20 people from different italian regions who will participate as staff members or students.

The staff includes:

Igor Vitale – trainer

Claudio Iacono – trainer and photographer

Concetta Grillo – trainer

Raluca Cernat – translater

Iolanda Ippolito – trainer

Giuseppina Seppini – trainer

Daniela Moschetto – trainer

Valentina Pasqual – trainer

Sandra Milani – trainer

The Third International Prize of Applied Psychology goes to…

Valentina Pasqual is the Winner of the third International Prize of Applied Psychology for the best thesis 2018.

Dr. Valentina Pasqual held a bachelor’s degree thesis about Geographical Profiling applied to italian serial killer cases. She discussed again the thesis during the 7° Edition of the International Crime Psychology Conference in Milan in front of a big audience.

Valentina Pasqual won three years of IIAPHS courses for free and has been included in the italian delegation at the International Bucharest conference about Anger and Stress Reduction

Transnational Project Meeting for “A partnership for change” in Bologna (February 2019)

The Project “A partnership for change: reducing work related anger and violent emotions” is a EU Project led by the Romanian Ministry of Internal Affairs. This project includes participant organisations from Romania, Italy, Cyprus, Norway and Spain.

International Institute of Applied Psychology and Human Sciences is partner of this project and has been the hosting organisation for this transnational project meeting held in February 2019

Discover Your Talents and remove ‘dis’ in your ability

I proudly announce that Discover Your Talents: remove ‘dis’ in your ability EU Project has been approved by the Turkish National Agency Erasmus+ Under the European Commission.

This in project is led by Huseyin Husnu Tekisik Rehberlik ve Arastirma Merkezi, the Educational Center of the Province of Edirne under the Turkish Ministry of Education in cooperation with entities from Greece, Italy, Romania and Germany.

The International Institute of Applied Psychology and Human Sciences is representative for Italy and partner in this project

The goal of this project is to produce a psychometric test designed to evaluate talents in people with disability, to suggest courses to develop this talents and increasing self-efficacy in people with disability and their families.

Be always updated on project’s results in the official Facebook Page of the project