Chiara Castelletti has a degree in Clinical Psychology from the Università di Pavia, Italy. Throughout her professional career, she has developed a specialized profile in Autism Spectrum Disorder from both a therapeutic and a research nature. To complete her specialization in 2018, she obtained the title of “Registered Behavior Technician” (Applied Behavior Analysis), which accredits her as an expert in the field of the Autism Spectrum.
She has worked in institutions such as the ‘Neurological Institute Foundation Casimiro Mondino’ in Pavia, Italy, and the Assistance and Integration Service for students with disabilities, also in Italy. In 2017 and 2018 she worked as a research technician at the Faculty of Psychology of the Universidad Autónoma de Madrid in the project ‘Visual search and attention tracking in children and adults with and without Attention Disorder’ with an international presence.
She currently works as a predoctoral researcher in the Department of Psychiatry of the Faculty of Medicine of the Universidad Autónoma de Madrid where she participates in the project “European Welfare Models and Mental Wellbeing in Final Years of Life” and is developing her doctoral thesis.