Francesca Liga, Maria Cristina Gugliandolo, Rosalba Larcan


From 2019, the main purpose of the Editorial Board of the Journal of Clinical and Developmental Psychology (JCDP) is to provide a vehicle for immediate and effective communication in clinical, health, and developmental psychology from different cultural contexts.
Many authors have contributed to the acquisition of knowledge on methods and techniques of clinical and developmental psychology  with a focus on the psychological and social processes that can explain the emergence of functional and dysfunctional outcomes.
The contributions published in this issue have as their common focus the promotion of competence in the lifespan and the possible interventions thought to be efficacy in facing difficulties and trauma linked to the pandemic period we are living in the world. From different points of view and highlighting intercultural diversities, this issue aims to deepen the reflection on the promotion of well-being and personal growth.

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DOI: https://doi.org/10.6092/2612-4033/0110-2999


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