The 90th edition of non verbal communication course has been held in Milan in front of 70 participants. Igor Vitale, the trainer, explained how to use effectively the Facial Action Coding System for lie detection and hidden emotions recognition.
I am happy to announce that International Institute of Applied Psychology has been invited to the World Congress of Criminology that will be held in Doha, Qatar the 28-29-30 October 2019, organized by the International Society of Criminology.
Our team will participate with a frontal speech about Non Verbal Communication Techniques.
Moreowver, a joint research work about bullying conducted in partnership with Zivac Group Central will be presented with a Poster. The work is a Transnational Comparison of the phenomena in three European Countries.
However, our delegation includes also students and member of the International Institute of Applied Psychology and Human Sciences
Do you want to join us? Contact me at +39 329 599 75 85 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Non Verbal Communication Course has been held in Belgrade (Serbia) the 4-5-6 May 2018 and organized by IAHP in cooperation with IIAPHS.
Trainer: Igor Vitale, IIAPHS President in cooperation with Daniela Lukic (IAHP, Serbia)
IIAPHS is implementing the project “A partnership for change: reducing work-related stress and violent emotions”, based on contract no. 2017-1-RO01-KA202-037420.
The project is funded through the Erasmus + 2017 Program Strategic Partnership in Vocational and Educational Training which provides opportunities for the staff to participate in professional training and gain experience at European level, to enable development of new professional skills.
The main results to which IIAPHS will contribute are:
a) increasing the quality and relevance of the exchange experience at European level;
b) developing innovative approaches and promoting the exchange of good practices and their dissemination;
c) improving the staff competences in providing care services for staff working with people in difficult life situations.
Partners in the project are: Romanian Ministry of Internal Affairs/Center for Psychosociology, Romanian Border Police, Rahova Penitentiary, Trondheim Municipality and Phoenix Haga from Norway, University of Salamanca Spain, Rivensco Consulting ltd. from the Republic of Cyprus and Zivac Grup Central srl in Romania.
Within this project, the following activities are planned to be carried out: Study on the specific needs related to anger management and stress; Manual for Anger, Violence and Stress Management; Online Resources on Anger, Violence and Stress Management; Miniguide on Anger, Violence and Stress Management; Training to optimize the use of the Projectʼs results.
I am proud to announce the first serbian edition of the Non Verbal Communication and Facial Action Coding System Course.
This edition is possible for the precious cooperation of the International Academy of Persuasion and Hypnosis conducted by Daniela Lukic.
The course will be held by Igor Vitale, President of the International Institute of Applied Psychology and Human Sciences (that gives full and free partnership to the event).
The course is held in english with serbian translation the 4-5-6 May 2018 in Belgrade (Serbia).
For detailed information please contact Daniela Lukic at email@example.com
Tel. viber 065-5206529
Here the full educational program:
Na ovom seminaru koji predaje Dr Igor Vitale
Seminar drži Dr.Igor Vitale u saradnji sa našom školom. Dolazi iz Italije,doktor je psihologije, internacionalni trener,autor je knjiga detekcija laži I neverbalna komunikacija.Predsednik je IIAPH (International Institute of Applied Psichology and Human Sciences).Sarađuje sa policijom i vladinim službama više država (Ausrija, UK,Rumunija, Bugarska,Italija, Španija, Kipar,Norveška itd ).
Do sada je obučio preko 25 000 ljudi detekciji laži i čitanju emocija preko dijagnostike lica.
Ovo je fantastična prilika da učite od odličnog internacionalnog predavača I steknete internacionalnu sertifikaciju.
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Prof. David Canter, the founder of Investigative Psychology will be present and teach at International Course of Criminal Psychology organized by IIAPHS. His lesson: “How Offender Profiling has become Investigative Psychology” will be an in-depth explanation of his innovative method that changed the history in this field.
The Course will be held in Rome the 10-11 March 2018. The lecturer will be: Roberta Bruzzone (Italy), Leliana Valentina Parvulescu (Romania), Igor Vitale (Italy), Alina Marin (Romania) and Paulina Szczepanczyk (Poland)
Igor Vitale has been invited to the Second edition of the World Congress of Hypnosis organized by IPCA
, he represented IIAPHS and Italy together with the most important hypnosis experts: Marco Paret, Stefano Benemeglio, Giancarlo Russo. Also expert from foreign countries were present like the famous hypnotist Tom Silver (USA), Matt Traverso (UK), Ester Patricia Ceresa (Romania). Igor Vitale held a speech about conversational hypnosis and applied a group hypnosis exercise.
Igor Vitale represented Italy together with many experts at the First Edition of the World Congress of Hypnosis (organized by EPCA). Most important Italian expert were present: Marco Paret, Stefano Benemeglio, Charlie Fantechi, Giancarlo Russo and also other from several countries: Prof. Antonio Carreiro (Brazil), Miguel Cocco (Portugal), Gustav Birth (Switzerland), Lee Gerrard Barlow (UK), Ester Patricia Ceresa (Romania) and many others
We held in 2017 the International Course of Criminal Psychology: the topic of this course was Interrogation Techniques and Forensic Anthropology. The lecturer invited were Roberta Bruzzone (Italy), the former FBI Agent James Harris (USA), the former Head of Homicide Dept of Bucarest Police, Dan Antonescu (Romania), Igor Vitale (Italy), Alina Marin (Romania), Alessandro De Carlo, PhD (Italy), Paulina Szczepanczyk (Poland), Mkouonga Mathurin Wabo (Camerun).
We held the Interrogation Techniques seminar in 2016 with the special participation of Todor Todorov (Bulgaria), Velina Vladimirova (Bulgaria), Paulina Szczepanczyk (Poland) and Igor Vitale (Italy)