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Stefano Lassi, MD, Psychiatrist and psychotherapist. Elected to the EAMHID Executive Committee in 2009 and Vicepresident in 2013 and Elected to the SiDiN special section of the SIP Executive Committee as Vicepresident in 2015. He is professional head of the the psychiatric services for people with Intellectual Disability for Fondazione ODA Firenze Onlus of Florence (Italy), member of the executive committee of the Italian Society for the study of of Developmental disorders special section of the Italian Society of psychiatry and member of the comit' de gouvernance FAL Luxembourg, consultant head of Seminario Maggiore of Florence. He has worked and works as psychopharmacological expert for the Fondation Autisme Luxembourg, Sector specialist and Lead Auditor EN ISO 9001:2008 for DASA Register, teacher for the University of Florence, Department of Psychiatric and Neurological sciences and Tuscany School of Psychiatry and Clinical Neurosciences, psychiatric consultant for many ID Family associations and services, vice-President of APPC Tuscany section, member of the equipe for the program Obsessive Compulsive Disorders, Compulsive/impulsive behaviours- Autism, University of Florence, member of the World psychiatric Association Spirituality, Religion and Psychiatry, winner of the Italian ASP prize for the most interesting original work on disability published in 2005, reviewer for the World Journal of Pediatrics, for the Journal of Psychopharmacology, Elsevier and many others. Author of many national and international publications and books in the field of Intellectual Disability and Autism Spectrum Disorders, author for Cambridge University Press, Erickson, San Paolo and Dehoniane editors and teacher for many regional, national and European courses for the promotion of mental health for people with intellectual disability and ASD, and for the promotion of spirituality in clinical practice, ID professional training.
Mental health and Intellectual Disability, Resilience, Family Resilience, Spirituality, abuse
|Stefano Lassi and Daniele Mugnaini|
|Letter to Editor: Int J Emerg Ment Health 2015,17: 273|