Graduated first in political science and then in clinical, dynamic, and community psychology. He deals with sensemaking processes within healthcare relationships through a semiotic and dynamic psychological perspective. He is interested in the processes of subjective meaning making in a cultural field and particularly of affective semiosis, in reference to the relationship between thinking, emotion, and language. In his writings, there is deep attention to the issues of temporality and dynamics of the processes of transformation of meaning. He wrote several international works about emotion/intersubjectivity/reflexivity as well. Moreover, he is interested to semiotics, paradigms of complexity, and connections between cultural psychology and clinical psychology
scientific interests: psychoanalysis, clinical psychology, cultural psychology, semiotics, sensemaking process, meaning-making process, qualitative methodology, narrations, psychotherapy, healthcare relation, illness experience.