Towards a semiology of precocious dyadic suffering by Joëlle Rochette-Guglielmi
2010 award winner: Towards a semiology of precocious dyadic suffering: an ‘equipped’ study of a clinical population in a joint parent-baby hospital unit.
A clinical psychologist and psychoanalyst, Joëlle Rochette-Guglielmi currently works at the Medical Psychology Centre (CMP) in Vaulx-en-Velin (69), in the adult psychiatry department.
She is also an associate professor in the Psychology Institute of Lyon 2 Lumière University.
From 2001 to 2009 she worked as a psychologist at the joint parent-baby treatment centre (CATTP) day hospital.
A doctoral student under the guidance of Professor R. Roussillon, she was awarded the Mustela Foundation prize for research-action, to be applied in Professor François Poinso’s department at the Saint Marguerite university hospital in Marseille.