Giulia Valerio is a Jungian Psychotherapist who lives and works in Verona, Italy.
She is a member of A.R.P.A. and of the IAAP. She teaches Analytical Psychology, Ethnopsychotherapy and Sandplay Therapy at the graduate school LiSTA of Milan, of which she is President. She is a founder of MetisAfrica, an association that does research and executes projects with the Dogon population in Mali. She also conducts consultations for the treatment of migrants’ mental diseases. She has written many essays on questions related to various aspects of therapy and the importance of feeling in the psychology of C.G. Jung. She is also the author of a book entitled ‘The Goose and its Symbols’ which will soon appear. She was a guest of the Guild in 2017 with Robert Mercurio, and her essay was published: ‘Myths, Migrants and Movements of the Soul’.
Last updated September 2021