Biographical Info Since 2007 I am a professor of clinical psychology at the Université Libre de Bruxelles (ULB) in Belgium. I hold a PhD in Biology (Physiology-Biochemistry, University of Ghent, 1997) and a PhD in Psychology (Clinical Psychology and Psychopathology, University of Lyon, 2009). I did a post-doc at the University of Michigan at the laboratory of Howard Shevrin and worked for three years as a psychologist with schizophrenic patients in a psychiatric center. I am also a psychoanalyst in private practice and author of the book "Des fantômes dans la voix. Une hypothèse neuropsychanalytique sur la structure de l’inconscient" («Phantoms in the voice. A neuropsychoanalytic hypothesis on the structure of the unconscious», Ed. Liber, Montréal, 2007). I am recipient of the Clifford Yorke prize for neuropsychoanalysis 2008 and editor of “Frontiers in psychoanalysis and neuropsychoanalysis” . I have a research group in neuropsychoanalysis at ULB and welcome interested international interns and researchers (PhD, post-doc); for a number of countries (in Africa, in Latin America, in Asia), ULB has agreements for scholarships.
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