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Bernardo Peña Herrera


A psychologist specialized in clinical psychology and forensic psychology. He is a professor in the Master's degree in Forensic Psychology at the Isabel I University, at the end of which he collaborates with different media. He has been an international speaker, trainer, clinical psychologist, and writer. He is the author of three books and co-author of one more. He has published several research articles on lines that interweave psychology, symbology, and mythology.

About the author

Graduated in Psychology from the University of Jaén (2010). He has a Master's degree in Functional Analysis in Clinical and Health Contexts from the University of Almería (2011) and a Master's degree in Legal and Forensic Psychology from COPAO, Granada (2012). He studied to access a doctorate in Psychology at the University of Salamanca at the end of which he is a Law student at the Catholic University of Ávila.

He has published 8 scientific articles and is the author of the books General Psychopathology, Neurosciences: etiology of brain damage and Psychological Evaluation. In addition, he is co-author of the book ROA Model: Integration of Object Relations Theory and Attachment Theory.

Since 2010 he has worked professionally as a clinical and forensic psychologist, writer, trainer, university professor, international speaker, and collaborator with various media. He is currently a professor on the Master's degree in Forensic Psychology at the Isabel I University. His main lines of research are psychology, mythology, symbology and anthropological hermeneutics.


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