Maurizio Andolfi

Prof. Maurizio Andolfi is a Child Psychiatrist and internationally renowned Master Family Therapist. He  was a fellow in Social and Community Psychiatry at  Albert Einstein College of Medicine in New York, Visiting Professor at the  Hahnemann Medical College in Philadelphia and studied at al Nathan Ackerman Family Institute con Kitty LaPerrière; the Ackerman Institute for the Family; the Philadelphia Child Guidance Clinic with Salvador Minuchin and Jay Haley and was associated with Carl Whitaker at the  Madison  University in Wisconsin.

Andolfi has been Professor at the Dpt. of Clinical & Dynamic Psychology at La Sapienza-University of Rome. He is currently the director of the Accademia di Psicoterapia della Famiglia and president of the Silvano Andolfi Foundation in Rome, as well as Editor-in-Chief of the Italian journal, Terapia Familiare. Andolfi is a founder member of  European Family Therapy Association and was awarded  for his special  contribution to family therapy by AAMFT  in 1999  and got a  Lifetime Achievement Award from AFTA In 2016. Andolfi recently relocated to Australia where he got the title of Distinguish Talent from the Australian Government (2012) and  got an Award for his contribution in family therapy from the Australian  Association of family therapy in 2021. He  is  Honorary Member of the Asian Family Therapy Association and a  Andolfi Family Therapy Centre has been opened in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. He continues to teach all over  the world.

He has published widely in English, Spanish, French, Italian  and several other languages.  His latest books are Teen Voices: Tales of Family Therapy with Anna Mascellani (2013) , Multigenerational Family Therapy , (2017):  Chinese translation  from Psy-Garden, Taipei, Taiwan, (2020), Intergenerational Couple Therapy co-author Anna Mascellani (2021) and The gift of truth ( 2022).  He appears in   a collection of Video Lectures and Masters Sessions  in  the Multimedia Library of  the Accademia di Psicoterapia della Famiglia, Rome.