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SARA TULLI

Her academic journey has always been accompanied and fueled by a pure interest in the emotional, cognitive, and behavioral aspects of human beings.

Sara's care for others begins with attentive listening, not only to what the other person says but also to how they say it. In the past, she has mainly focused on providing support and assistance to individuals with Neurodevelopmental Disorders, Down Syndrome, Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder, Generalized Anxiety Disorder, Disruptive Behavior Disorders, helping them in developing their identity, potential, autonomy, and responsibility with calmness, creativity, and consistency.

 

Currently, she works as a trainee Psychotherapist at the local Health Company To3 (developmental age) and provides private psychological support sessions. The therapeutic orientation she has chosen considers the body and mind as inseparable, directing her work toward both aspects.

George Steiner claimed that humans develop language to lie better, as lying with the body is extremely difficult. The body encompasses and represents our sensations, emotions, and thoughts, often sending essential messages that are underestimated or judged. Even those who work with the body must have the opportunity to create space to communicate with it; otherwise, what could enrich them might erroneously become an obstacle. "The smallest and indivisible cell is the individual in their environment": we are supported by the environment only if we also support ourselves.

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