Marta Nowak-Kulpa, Dipl. Psych
Psychologist and psychotherapist, she trained in the field of hypnotherapy in The Polish Milton H. Erickson Institute and on international congresses. She works in her own practice and in Maria Sklodowska-Curie Memory Cancer Center and Institute of Oncology – Gliwice Branch/Poland. In the Oncologic and Reconstructive Surgery Clinic she works every day with patients admitted to surgery and as a member of the facial transplant team (that in 2013 year performed the first ever lifesaving face transplant in the world). In addition to psychotherapy and writing articles she provides trainings and lectures. She is the co-author of the book “Transplantation of the upper limb and face”.
Robert Jaffe, PhD, LMFT
Dr. Robert Jaffe has been in full-time private practice since 1984 and works with adults and adolescents, handling a wide variety of issues. He specializes in the treatment of trauma, Post Traumatic Stress Disorder, Addictions, Depression, and Anxiety. He was the chief consulting therapist for Cri-Help, INC., a residential and out-patient clinic in North Hollywood and Los Angeles, CA, for the treatment of addictions for over twenty-four years. Dr. Jaffe believes that each individual is unique, and responds best to a personalized treatment plan, and utilizes several different modalities including Gestalt, Transactional Analysis, Object Relations, Psychoanalytic, Behavioral, and Hypnosis. Dr. Jaffe holds a Bachelor of Arts Degree in Philosophy from California State University, Northridge, CA, a Masters of Science Degree from the University of LaVerne, CA, and a Ph.D. in Philosophy/Hypnotherapy from the American Institute of Hypnotherapy, Anaheim, CA. He has given workshops and seminars throughout Southern California, and continues to attend classes and seminars to keep himself abreast of current developments in his areas of specialty.
Chenggang Jiang, PhD
Deputy chief physician, psychotherapist, engaged in mental health work for nearly 20 years, has been engaged in psychological counseling and psychological treatment of the first line of diagnosis and treatment. A total of 60,000 patients were treated. Especially in special groups, maternal and adolescent children’s psychological work to participate in the national center for women and children’s psychological policy research and development a research team. He has participated in the compilation of 5 monographs, participated in 5 national research projects, and published more than 10 papers.
Membership in Professional Associations:
- Member of the International Society of Hypnosis
- Member of the professional committee of Cognitive-behavioral Therapy of China Mental Health Association
- Member of the professional committee of Physiology and Pharmacology of China Sleep Association
- Member of the professional committee of Psychotherapy and Western China Psychiatry Association
- Vice President of professional committee of Mind and Behavior of Chonqing Medical Association
- Vice President of professional committee of Chongqing Medical Psychology Association
- President of professional committee of Hypnosis and Healthy behavior of Chongqing Mental Health Association
- Comprehensive diagnosis and treatment of drugs, physics and psychology for common psychiatric disorders (depression, anxiety, compulsion, insomnia, severe schizophrenia, etc.)
- Psychological interventions by women, children, adolescents and individuals, partners, families and groups
- Clinical practice of hypnosis
Robert Staffin, PsyD, ABPH
Robert Staffin, PsyD is a Clinical Psychologist in Teaneck, New Jersey. He is an Approved Consultant for the American Society of Clinical Hypnosis and a Diplomate of the American Board of Psychological Hypnosis. He is the president of the Clinical Hypnosis Society of New Jersey.
Rob is the author of More Common Therapy: The Experiential Psychotherapy of Jeffrey K. Zeig, PhD.
Giovanna Celia, PhD
Psychologist, psychotherapist, PhD, senior supervisor, President of Italian Society of Integrated Strategic Psychotherapy, President of the Scientific Committee of the Scupsis Post-graduate School in Psychotherapy of Rome, (Italy) author of numerous publications. Director of Studies of the International Centre of Psychology and Strategic Psychotherapy (CIPPS) -the first European center dedicated to the integration of the strategic model developed by M.H. Erickson with the innovative studies on psychosocial genomics carried out by Professor E.L. Rossi – that is recognized and qualified by MIUR (Ministry of the University and the Scientific Research). Director of the journal “Clinical Psychology and Psychotherapy today”. As student of E.L. Rossi, Giovanna Celia has been trained directly by him at the MHEICCC in the fields of clinical, research and training.She is also a member of the International Psychosocial Genomic Team, developing a particularly innovative branch of research on patient’s narratives in relation to gene expression profiles. Currently, Giovanna Celia is carrying out research, clinical and training activities both in the field of strategic psychotherapy with a neuroscientific approach and in the field group dynamics from a strategic perspective at the MHEICCC, the CIPPS the University of Salerno and the Scupsis Post-graduate School in Psychotherapy of Rome.