Roberto Ravera


Professor Roberto Ravera is the Director Department of Clinical Psychology at ASL1 of Imperia (Italian National Health Service), an associate professor of Ethno-psychology and Ethno-psychiatry at the University of Turin (IUS-TO), Italy, University of Genoa, Italy, and visiting professor at Assam Don Bosco University, India and a researcher in Psychophysiology & Developmental Psychology in collaboration with Professor Vittorio Gallese at the University of Parma, Italy.

He worked in Sierra Leone for fifteen years and founded the NGO Ravera Children Rehabilitation Centre (RCRC), dedicated to caring for children and adolescents with trauma or mental diseases, juvenile inmates, and abused and neglected children. He is President of the foundation FHM ITALIA which sponsors international health cooperation. In addition, he has held conferences at many universities and institutions in different parts of the world about the psychopathological consequences of trauma in childhood. In the last decade, he has made significant commitments to studying a sustainable anthropological vision of cooperation in Africa. Furthermore, he has written many articles and books about the emotional, brain and mind implications for traumatized children and educational issues in the post-COVID-19 world.

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