PhD from the University of Massachusetts Amherst, Master’s Degree in Public Health from Harvard University and Psychologist from the Catholic University of Chile. Senior lecturer at the University of Massachusetts Boston and researcher on CIGIDEN Line 6, where he addresses and analyzes the role of emerging technologies in building resilience, especially with the use of drones in vulnerable territories and virtual platforms as a core of community organization. He has investigated the adoption of emerging technologies and patient communities.
He received the Carolyn Attneave Award, awarded by the American Association of Psychology; president of the American Society of Family Therapy and fellow of the American Psychological Association. He is a member of several directories of scientific journals including Family Process, Qualitative Research in Psychology, Journal of Family Psychotherapy, and Revista Psykhe.