Cristián Pinto-Cortez., Ph.D.
Doctor in Psychology from the Complutense University of Madrid, specialized in Child and Adolescent Clinical Psychology from the IFFIV Institute of Barcelona and in Systemic Family Therapy from the University of Chile. For more than twenty years he has been a therapist for children and adolescents victims of violence such as bullying, child abuse, sexual abuse, exposure to domestic violence, among others. Currently, he works as a clinical supervisor, researcher and professor at the School of Psychology and Philosophy of the University of Tarapacá-Chile. He teaches clinical and health psychology, child and adolescents psychotherapy, personality psychology and psychopathology. He is the author of several publications in indexed scientific journals (WOS, Scielo, Scopus) in the field of child and adolescent victimization, polyvictimization, trauma, attachment and resilience. Former Secretary of the Chilean Association of Legal Psychology, affiliated to ISPCAN (International Society for Prevention of Child Abuse and Neglect). Consultant and Advisor to several NGOs, training centers and government institutions, Professor in Phd Psychology Program, Universidad Católica del Norte and Universidad de Tarapacá and reviewer of the Journal’s Child Abuse & Neglect, Brain & Behavior, Psicología Reflexäo e Crítica, Child and Adolescent Psychiatry and Mental Health, Child Abuse Review, among others.