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Clara Mucci

Clara Mucci (PhD, 1999, Emory University, Atlanta, in English Literature and Psychoanalysis; Doctorate in Anglistics, Genoa University, Italy; Degree in Clinical Psychology, University of Chieti) and Specialisation in Psychoanalytic Psychotherapy, Milan, SIPP) is full professor of Dynamic Psychology at the University of Bergamo, Italy, and Director of Graduate Study in Clinical Psychology after having served as full professor of English Literature and Shakespearean Drama until 2012. She is a member of SIPP (Società Italiana Psicoterapia Psicoanalitica), IARPP, APA-Division39 (Psychoanalysis) and a Psychoanalyst with training functions for SIPeP-SF (Società Italiana Psicoanalisi e Psicoterapia-Sandor Ferenczi), in private practice in Milan, Italy. Clara is the author of various monographs on Shakespeare and psychoanalytic theory. Within the psychoanalytic field, her major publications in English are Beyond Individual and Collective Trauma, Borderline Bodies: Affect Regulation Therapy for Personality Disorders and Resilience and Survival: Understanding and Healing Intergenerational Trauma. She is the co-editor, with G. Craparo, of Unrepressed Unconscious: Implicit Memory and Clinical Work and with Arnold Rachman of the forthcoming Ferenczi’s Confusion of Tongues Theory of Trauma: A Relational Neurobiological Perspective. She lectures extensively in Europe and in the US and is a teacher and supervisor in several training schools of psychoanalysis and psychotherapy, in Italy, England (Confer), Poland and the US.