Escalating arguments can be extremely dangerous. But why? And, what does this term really consist of? Moreover, what can be…
About the author
Graduated in Psychology from Kennedy University (1979). He has a Master's degree in Family Therapy from the Autonomous University of Barcelona (1995) and a Master's degree in Psychoimmunoendocrinology from the Favaloro University (2011). He has a doctorate in Psychology from Kennedy University, the University of Barcelona, and the University of Buenos Aires. He was originally trained in psychoanalysis, Gestalt, and psychodrama, in addition to developing his studies in Systemic Therapy at the Mental Research Institute in Palo Alto, California.
He is currently the director of the doctorate in Psychology at the University of Flores, academic and research director at the Argentine Systemic School and director of the Research Laboratory in Neurosciences and Social Sciences. In addition, he teaches seminars as a visiting professor in various countries such as Chile, Bolivia, Paraguay, Brazil, Mexico, Spain, Switzerland, Italy, and the United States. He has also taught in psychotherapy programs in Argentina, Europe and the USA.
He was associate editor of the journal Systemic Perspectives and a member of the scientific committees of various scientific journals, in addition to having shared the direction with Paul Watzlawick of the collection Interactions, epistemology and systemic clinic, of the Spanish publisher Herder. He was the coordinator of residents in the experience of psychiatric deinstitutionalization in Trieste, Italy. Among other positions to highlight is the direction for 4 years of the degree in Psychology at Maimonides University and his position for 31 years as vice dean of the Department of Social Psychology at Kennedy University.
Ceberio has published more than a hundred articles in specialized magazines and book chapters, in addition to having more than 40 published books. He has also received over a dozen awards, scholarships and recognitions. He is a founding member, along with Horacio Serebrinsky, of the Argentine Systemic School.