BiographyNicolò Gaj, Ph.D, is a clinical psychologist at the Clinical Psychology and Psychotherapy Unit, San Raffaele Hospital, Milan. He works at teh Day Hospital Outpatient Unit for patients with Borderline Personality Disorders. He is a DBT (Dialectical Behavior Therapy) licensed therapist and a GET (Group Experience Therapy) therapist. He is a member of the Research Unit in Philosophical Psychology, Catholic University, Milan, where he deals with issues regarding theoretical and methodological aspects of psychology and cognitive sciences. He teaches the course Philosophical Foundations of Clinical Psychology in the doctoral program in Clinical Psychology, Vita-Salute University, Milan. He works as a consultant in two rehabilitation centers for young women with borderline personality disorders.
His research interests range from theoretical and philosophical psychology to personality disorders and psychotherapy.
Areas of Research / Professional Expertise
His research interests range from theoretical and philosophical psychology to personality disorders and psychotherapy. In detail, he is interested in issues dealing with the unity/disunity of psychology, the methodological roots of psychology, the philosophical foundations of psychology and clinical psychology, subjectivity and objectivity in psychological science, consciousness, borderline personality disorders, structured treatments for personality disorders, mindfulness and borderline personality disorders.
He is interested in indie rock music, playing bass guitar and cooking.