Administrator / Trainer
Andrea Landini, M.D., is a Child and Adolescent Psychiatrist. He received his medical training at the University of Modena and his training as a Cognitive-Constructivist Psychotherapist at Centro Studi in Psicoterapia Cognitiva (Firenze).
His clinical practice includes psychotherapy with adults and adolescents, work with parents, supervision of staff caring for out-of-home youth, and supervision of psychotherapy students. For two decades, he collaborated with Crittenden in the development of the Dynamic-Maturational Model, translating four books of her writings in Italian, publishing many chapters of his own on both assessment using DMM assessments and also applications of the DMM to intervention and treatment.
He has participated in numerous research projects and is an author on publications resulting from them. He teaches the DMM and its assessment methods in Italy and internationally and is on the permanent faculty of Scuola Bolognese di Psicoterapia Cognitiva, and on the visiting faculties of several other Italian schools of cognitive and family systems psychotherapy.
He is a founder member of the International Association for the Study of Attachment (www.iasa-dmm.org), of which he is currently Vice-Chair and Secretary.