Alma Vanessa Guzmán-Díaz
Vanessa is a Mexican psychologist, family therapist and researcher. She earned her bachelor’s, master’s and PhD degree from the Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México (UNAM). She also has a certification in Gender Relationships from the Program of Gender Studies (PUEG) at UNAM. She has worked as a therapist into a non-governmental organization and she has been a professor in the state of Oaxaca and as well as in the Program of Family Therapy at UNAM. Currently she is professor at Cencalli Family Therapy Institute in Mexico City. Her interest in research has been focused on narratives of intimate partner violence and child sexual abuse, inspired by social constructionism and with a gender perspective.
Guzmán Díaz, A. (2013). Resonancia: La construcción subjetiva de una terapeuta familiar, Psicoterapia y Familia, 26, 1, 69-80.
Guzmán-Díaz, A., & Trujano, P. (2019). La aproximación Dialógica al Abuso Sexual Infantil y sus ‘Efectos’ Sexuales: La Experiencia de un Hombre con Identidad Gay. The Qualitative Report (Aceptado).
Guzmán, A., y Trujano, P. (2020). Sistemas de significados en torno a la experiencia erótica y los abusos sexuales en la infancia. Diversitas. Perspectivas en Psicología, 16(1), 65-77.