Maria Luisa Martino, PhD, Post Doc Research Fellow in field of Clinical and Health Psychology at Federico II University, Naples. She is Family and Couple Psychotherapist. She works with research-intervention in public institutions, hospitals and university, with particular regard to the use and evaluation of different narrative devices as tools to promote well-being and prevention of psychopathological symptoms. Adopting a quali-quantivative methods she studies the processing of traumatic experience, such as a cancer for adults and children, with particular regard to the construction of meaning-making processes and the promotion of the integration of the experience. She wrote international articles and participates in national and international conferences. She is a member of national and international networks: AIP (Italian Psychology Association); SIPSA (Italian Society of Health Psychology); SIPO (Italian Society of Psycho-Oncology) and CPN (Constructivist Psychology Network). She is member of Reviewer Board for international journals such as Qualitative Health Research, Transactions on Psychology and International Journal of Psychological Studies. She is member of Editorial Board Teams such as International Journal of Psychology & Behavior Analysis.
Maria Luisa Martino research interests are Trauma Experience, Pediatric Oncology, Children Health, Family Health, Acute Leukemia Lymphoblastic, Clinical Psychology, Qualitative Method, Narrative Psychotherapy.