She is Full Professor at Pontificia Universidad Católica de Chile’s School of Psychology. She obtained her Doctorate at the Freie Universität Berlin (Germany). Her areas of research are change processes in psychotherapy, depression, and the interaction between sociocultural and mental health conditions. She has led several research projects in these areas, with funding from the Millennium Scientific Initiative of the Ministry of Economy, Development, and Tourism (ICM-Chile), the National Committee of Scientific and Technological Research (CONICYT- Chile), and the United Nations Development Program. Currently, she is the Principal Investigator of the Millennium Institute for Depression and Personality Research, a Chilean center of excellence in research, which received funding for 10 years starting in 2015.
Dr. Krause has published multiple scientific articles and a number of books on psychotherapy and psychosocial issues. She is a member of the editorial board of 6 international journals. Currently, she is a Book Review Editor for Psychotherapy Research, has been Guest Editor for several journals, and is currently in charge of a special number on psychotherapy process research for the journal Estudios de Psicología (Studies in Psychology). Between 2013 and 2016 she was the President of the Latin American Chapter of the Society for Psychotherapy Research. She has also participated in the organization of several scientific events, including the Latin American and Chilean Psychotherapy Research Conferences.
Mª Pía Santelices
She holds a Psychology degree from Universidad de Chile, an MA in Clinical Psychology and Psychopathology from Université Lumière-Lyon 2, France, and a PhD in Psychology from the same institution. She is Associate Professor at Pontificia Universidad Católica de Chile’s School of Psychology and specializes in attachment during pregnancy and the early mother-baby bond. At present, she leads Pontificia Universidad Católica de Chile’s Doctoral Program in Psychotherapy.
Clinical psychologist and researcher, Doctor of Clinical Psychology (Columbia University); currently, he is Assistant Professor at Pontificia Universidad Católica’s School of Psychology and Young Researcher at MIDAP. His lines of research include psychoanalysis, trauma, depression/personality pathology comorbidity, and suicide. In order to study these problems, he employs longitudinal statistical models, specifically growth curves in order to examine change processes in psychotherapy and analyze change mechanisms considering temporal relationships between constructs.
As Director of Research at MIDAP, he is in charge of the general coordination of the studies conducted and its members.
Bachelor of Science with a Specialization in Biology and MSc in Biological Sciences with a specialization in Ecology from Universidad de Chile’s Faculty of Sciences. She has experience in organizing and implementing development projects connected to sciences and scientific-academic activities in Latin America.
From 1991 to 2007 she was the Executive Director of the Latin American Botanics Network (RLB). In late 2007 she became part of the Millennium Scientific Initiative (ICM), implemented by the Ministry of Planning (currently administered by the Ministry of Economy, Development, and Tourism) as Head of ICM Institutes and Nuclei, where she worked until late 2013. During 2014, she worked as an independent consultant and manager of scientific projects, and entered MIDAP in March 2015.
Member of the Latin American Botanics Association and the Chilean Ecology Society.
As Director of Management and Development at MIDAP, she is in charge of managing technical information, coordinating continuing educational activities, contributing to the generation of links with other institutions, and obtaining new sources of funding.
Teresa Jerez Ibacache
Teléfono: +56 2 23542438
Psicóloga de la Universidad de Chile y Magíster en Psicología Clínica de la Pontificia Universidad Católica, durante su formación en investigación se especializa en Proceso Terapéutico y en el análisis de la Acción Facial de Emociones. En este último ámbito se especializa con la Dra. Carolina Altimir, Investigadora MIDAP y recibe la certificación de la Universidad de Innsbruck para utilizar el Sistema de Codificación de la Acción Facial Afectiva (FACS) en proyectos de investigación. Experiencia en los ámbitos de coordinación académica y gestión de proyectos en contextos educativos, escolares y universitarios, destacando su participación en el Programa de Doctorado en Psicoterapia.
Desde el año 2014 se desempeña como Profesional Asistente del Departamento de Psiquiatría y Salud Mental Oriente, Facultad de Medicina, de la Universidad de Chile, participa también como asistente en el Proyecto Fondecyt sobre la “interacción gen-cultura en la sintomatología depresiva y el bienestar subjetivo en Chile”, dirigido por nuestro Investigador Asociado: Dr. Juan Pablo Jiménez.
A partir de abril del 2017 se integra a MIDAP como Profesional de Apoyo Dirección, colaborando en las labores de la Dra. Mariane Krause en su quehacer como directora MIDAP.