Round Table #10

The theoretical and methodological challenges of working in the area of health, sexuality and human rights according to Vygotskian theory
30 Dec, 2019

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The theoretical and methodological challenges of working in the area of health, sexuality and human rights according to Vygotskian theory

⭐️Edna Maria Peters Kahhale (Pontifical Catholic University of São Paulo, Brazil)

Professor Kahhale has a bachelor in Psychology by the Pontifical Catholic University of São Paulo (1975), a Master (1986) and a Ph.D. (1993) in Psychology by the University of São Paulo. She has a great experience on Psychosomatic Disturbs focusing in: adolescence, Cultural-Historical Psychology, Sexuality, psychoprophylactic care, and women's health.

⭐️Jeferson Renato Montreozol (UNIGRAN, Brazil)

Professor Montreozol is graduated in Psychology by the Federal University of Mato Grosso do Sul (2006). He has a Master's degree in Education also by the Federal University of Mato Grosso do Sul (2011), and a Ph.D. in Psychology (Clinical Psychology) by the Pontifical Catholic University of São Paulo (2019). Professor Montreozol is a member of the Psychosomatic Research Group and Hospital Psychology in the Laboratory of Health and Sexuality Studies (LESSEX / PUC-SP), and he is a founding member of the Study and Research Group on Psychosocial Aspects of Education and Work (GEPAPET-UFMS) carrying out studies and research activities from 2003 to 2014. He works in the area of ​​Social and Clinical Psychology with Socio-Historical Psychology theory and has a special interest in sexuality, education, consciousness, unconscious, and labor.
 
⭐️Kathrine Solgaard Sørensen (University of Copenhagen, Denmark)

Professor Sørensen is a Ph.D. fellow in the Department of Organization at the University of Copenhagen, her primary research areas are recruitment and selection, organizational entries, and co-emergence of person-job fits. 


⭐️Carlos Roberto de Castro e Silva (Federal University of São Paulo, Brazil)

Professor Silva is graduated in Philosophy by the University of São Paulo (1997), and in Psychology by the Pontifical Catholic University of São Paulo (1990). He has a Master's in Psychology also by the Pontifical Catholic University of São Paulo (1998), and a Ph.D. in Psychology by the University of São Paulo (2004). Professor Silva has a large experience in Collective Health, focusing on Collective Health, acting on the following subjects: NGOs, AIDS, political participation, community practice, and social exclusion.


⭐️Francisca Bezerra de Souza (Catholic University Dom Bosco, Brazil)

Professor Souza holds a Ph.D. internship in Salamanca (Spain), a degree in Social Work (1991), a Master in Psychology (2014), and a specialization in Human Resources. She is a professor at Campo Grande College - FCG - Campus Afonso Pena in Campo Grande Mato Grosso do Sul, Brazil. Professor Souza has experience in Social Work - Social Work in Education (Elementary and High School), Vocational Training and Undergraduate courses.


⭐️Morten Nissen (Aarhus University, Denmark)

Professor Nissen has a Ph.D. in Psychology by the University of Copenhagen (1994), he is a Professor at the Department of Education (Aarhus University), and at the University College in Østfold, Fredrikstad, Norway. His research fields are theories and practices of motivation, subjectivity, community, standards, and participation; community education; crossroads of general, community and educational psychology; methodologies and epistemologies of practice; social youth work; drugs; health and prevention.


⭐️Luciane Pinho de Almeida (Catholic University Dom Bosco, Brazil)

Professor Almeida is graduated in Social Work (1989) and Pedagogy (1996), she has a Master's (2000) and Ph.D. (2004) in Social Work by the Paulista State University Júlio de Mesquita Filho (UNESP, Brazil). She is a leader of the Study and Research Group on Socio-Historical Theory, Migration and Gender, and of the Laboratory of Psychosocial Health Studies in the context of social inequality. Professor Almeida is an active member of the Working Group Socio-Historical Psychology and the Brazilian Context of Social Inequality in the National Association for Research and Postgraduate Studies in Psychology.

 

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