Eugenia Catalina Casillas Arista, PhD (Coordinator)
Dr. Casillas has a PhD in Educational Science and a Master's Degree in Systemic Family Therapy. Her Bachelor's Degree is in Psychology. She has 20 years of experience as a psychotherapist for individuals, families and couples, and as a teacher in higher education. She has studied a number of certification courses, including Analytic Group Psychotherapy with the Jalisco Psychoanalytical Association, and Insight and Focal Psychotherapy with the Mexican Council of Psychoanalysis and Psychotherapy. She is currently working on the topic of the psychotherapist's personal involvement in the process of psychotherapy, as well as on topics related to addictions.
PhD in Educational Science from the University of Santander. Specialization in Clinical Psychotherapy from the Community Mental Health Center No. 1 of the Mexican Social Security Institute. Specialization in Gestalt Psychotherapy from the Instituto Humanista de Guadalajara, and Specialization in Jungian Psychotherapy under the supervision of Dr. María Abac. Master's degree in Educational Science from the Jalisco Ministry of Education. 24 years of psychotherapy practice and university teaching; 14 years of experience supervising other psychotherapists. Her current line of research deals with social emotions and connectedness.
María del Rocío Enríquez Rosas, PhD
Numerary research professor at ITESO. PhD in Social Anthropology from Ciesas Occidente. She teaches theoretical and methodological seminars in the Master's degree in Psychotherapy, the PhD in Social Scientific Studies and the Inter-institutional PhD in Education at ITESO. Member of the National System of Researchers SNI CONACYT. Her lines of research include: 1. Sociology and anthropology of emotions and social exclusion. 2. Gender, poverty, social networks and social policies. 3. Family diversity and social inclusion. 4. Qualitative methodologies for contemporary social analysis. Among her publications are. Enriquez, R. (2010) "Family Diversity and Ensuring Welfare and Basic Universalism in Mexico" in Perspectives of Universalism in Mexico; Coord. Valencia, Enrique. Iteso. UdeG. CKA and Enríquez, R. (2008) "The Crucible of Poverty. Women, Subjectivities, Emotions and Social Networks". Editorial Iteso.
Antonio Sánchez Antillón, PhD
PhD in Psychology (Universidad de Ciencias Sociales y Empresariales, Argentina). Master's degree in Psychoanalytic Theory (Research Center for Psychoanalytic Studies, Mexico City), Studies in Philosophy (Free Institute of Philosophy and Social Sciences at ITESO), and Bachelor's degree in Psychology (Universidad Iberoamericana, Mexico City). 24 years of experience as a university teacher. Author of the book Introduction to Ethical Considerations in Psychoanalysis. Among his published articles are: Liberty or Liberation, Thinking about Adolescence in our Society, Profile of Single Mothers, and The Adventure, Process of Discerning the Unit of Analysis and Sampling in Research about Psychoanalysts' Ideal of Form and Content, Argumentative Analysis of Two Subjects Belonging to an Environmental Assembly under the David Liberman Algorithm Method (adl) in the Modality of Speech Acts, The Challenge of Sexuality in the Church.
Tania Zohn Muldoon, Phd
Phd in Psycotherapy. Bachelor's degree in Psychology (ITESO), Specialization in Systemic Psychotherapy (IPSO), Specialization in Family Therapy (CESAFAC), and Master's degree in Systemic Family Therapy (UNIVA). She has been a university teacher for 24 years, and a psychotherapist for 23 years. Among her publications are: When and Why Go to Therapy?, and The Wounded Healer, for the journal Mirada; The Construction of Constructivism: Implications for Psychotherapy, for the journal Psychotherapy and Family; and Family History and Professional Practice in Psychotherapy for the journal REDES.