Prof. Alessandro Crisi
Founder and President of 'Istituto Italiano Wartegg'
Technical consultant at the Roma Civil Court since 1977
Professor of Clinical Assessment at:
From 1980 to 2000 has elaborated a new methodology for the use and the interpretation of the Wartegg test which, since 2002, is being utilised in the selection processes in the Italian Navy.
Alessandro Crisi cooperates with the Italian Navy as consultant for Selection and Career counselling and has delivered many training seminars for the Italian Army.
Member of I.R.S. (International Rorschach Society) and of S.P.A. (Society for Personality Assessment), has participated in several national and international Conferences; has published many scientific articles on clinical assessment matters.
Prof. Giovanni Costanza
Professor in Organizational Psychodynamics at the 2nd Specialization School in Clinical Psychology (Rome University "La Sapienza"), Research and Dynamic Psychology applied in organizations (development and application of diagnosis and intervention models in selection, training and management of professionals).
In the 90's developed a questionnaire, "QE", for managerial potential analysis and career counselling.
From year 2004 coordinates the training program for the development of managerial competencies of Officers of the Italian Navy designed by the Psychology 2nd Faculty of Roma University "La Sapienza".
Psychologist e Psychodiagnostic
Training at the SERT of AUSL RM "C", at the Day Hospital for adolescents and at the Infantile Neuropsychiatry.
Trained as a psycho diagnostic, specialised in Rorschach.
Currently working in a residential therapeutic/rehabilitation community for psychotic patients.
Working as trainer and researcher at IIW.
Psychologist, Psychotherapist e Psycho diagnostic
Listed in the CTU chart of the Civil Court in Roma.
Trained as psycho diagnostic.
Certified as in the Rorschach test and specialised on test battery.
Cooperated with S.R.R. in the research on the Rorschach Test Parallel (1995-2002). Since 2000 cooperates in training and research at the IIW.
Jacob A. Palm