Vincenzo Di Nicola

Vincenzo Di Nicola is an Italian-Canadian psychologist, psychiatrist and family therapist, and philosopher of mind.[1]

Vincenzo Di Nicola
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Born
Vincenzo Giovanni Franco Di Nicola

(1953-06-23) June 23, 1953 (age 69)
Collarmele, L'Aquila, Italy
NationalityItalian
Canadian
CitizenshipCanadian
European (Italian)
EducationMcGill University (Hons BA, 1976)
Institute of Psychiatry, Psychology and Neuroscience, University of London (MPhil, 1978)
McMaster University Medical School (MD, 1981)
European Graduate School (PhD, 2012)
Known for
Spouses
  • Vittoria Rita Lopez, Canadian educator
    (m. 1983; div. 2002)
  • Letícia Castagna Lovato, Brazilian psychologist
    (m. 2014)
ChildrenCarlo Dante, Nina Mara, and Anita Sofia
AwardsResidents' Research Prize (Canadian Psychiatric Association, 1983)
Saul Wilner Award (McGill University Faculty of Medicine, 1985)
Prix Innovateur et Leadership (AHQ, 2004)
Prix Camille-Laurin (AMPQ, 2011)
Fellow (American Psychiatric Association, 2011)
Stokes Endowment Lecturer (George Washington University, 2013)
Assembly Resident-Fellow Mentor Award (American Psychiatric Association, 2017)
Distinguished Fellow (American Psychiatric Association, 2017)
Jeanne Spurlock Award & Lecture for Diversity & Culture (American Academy of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry, 2018)
International Distinguished Member (Bulgarian Academy of Sciences and Arts, 2019)
Honorary Fellow (World Association of Social Psychiatry, 2019)
Fellow (Canadian Psychiatric Association, 2020)
Licentia Docendi (Hon LD) & Magister Scientiae ad Honorem (Hon MA Sc) - Honorary Chair and Professor of Social Psychiatry (Università Ambrosiana, 2021)
Naomi Rae Grant Award (Canadian Academy of Child & Adolescent Psychiatry, 2021)
Fellow (Canadian Academy of Health Sciences, 2021)
Distinguished Life Fellow (American Psychiatric Association, 2022)
Distinguished Service Award (American Psychiatric Association, 2022)
Creative Education in Cultural Psychiatry Award (World Association of Cultural Psychiatry, 2022)
Scientific career
FieldsClinical psychology, child and adolescent psychiatry, social psychiatry, cultural psychiatry, family therapy, psychotherapy, philosophy of psychiatry
InstitutionsUniversity of Ottawa
Queen's University
Université de Montréal
McGill University
George Washington University
Harvard Medical School
ThesisTrauma and Event: A Philosophical Archaeology (2012)
Doctoral advisorAlain Badiou
Other academic advisorsRonald Melzack, Ray Hodgson, Joel Elkes, Raymond Prince, William Yule, Richard Mollica, Martin Hielscher, Giorgio Agamben
InfluencesKarl Jaspers, RD Laing, Raymond Prince, Victor Turner, Mara Selvini Palazzoli, Maurizio Andolfi, Giorgio Agamben, Alain Badiou, Slavoj Žižek
Websitehttps://www.researchgate.net/profile/Vincenzo_Di_Nicola3

Di Nicola is a tenured Full Professor in the Dept. of Psychiatry & Addiction Medicine at the University of Montreal,[2] where he founded and directs the postgraduate course on Psychiatry and the Humanities,[3] and Clinical Professor in the Dept. of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences at The George Washington University,[1] where he gave The 4th Annual Stokes Endowment Lecture in 2013.[4] He has taught in the Global Mental Health Faculty of the Harvard Program in Refugee Trauma affiliated with Harvard Medical School.[5] In 2001, Di Nicola was made Professor, Honoris Causa, of Faculdades Integradas do Oeste de Minas (FADOM) in Minas Gerais, Brazil.[6] Di Nicola was bestowed the Honorary Chair (Hon LD - Licentia Docendi) of Social Psychiatry and conferred the academic title of Honorary Professor (Hon MA Sc - Magister Scientiae ad Honorem) at the Milan School of Medicine of the Università Ambrosiana in 2021 for his contributions to the field of social psychiatry.[7]

Di Nicola was the recipient of the Camille Laurin Prize from the Fédération des médecins spécialistes du Québec.[8] He was made a Fellow of the American Psychiatric Association[9] (APA) in 2011 and Distinguished Fellow of the APA in 2017;[10] in 2022, he was given the Distinguished Service Award of the APA and made a Distinguished Life Fellow for a combination of distinguished achievements and life service to the APA.[11] Di Nicola's work as a child psychiatrist was recognized by the two North American academies in his field: in 2018, the American Academy of Child & Adolescent Psychiatry (AACAP) awarded Di Nicola the AACAP Jeanne Spurlock, MD, Lecture and Award on Diversity and Culture[12] for which he gave the lecture, “Borders and Belonging, Culture and Community: From Adversity to Diversity in Transcultural Child and Family Psychiatry;"[13] and the Canadian Academy of Child & Adolescent Psychiatry (CACAP) awarded him the 2021 Naomi Rae Grant Award for "creative, innovative, seminal work on ... community intervention, consultation, or prevention."[14] Furthermore, Di Nicola was made a Fellow of the Canadian Psychiatric Association (CPA)[15] in 2020 and elected by his peers as a Fellow of the Canadian Academy of Health Sciences (CAHS) in 2021,[16][17] the highest honour granted to health sciences scholars in Canada.

Di Nicola is a collaborating partner of the Collaborating Centre for Values-based Practice in Health and Social Care at St. Catherine's College, Oxford University[18] where he participated in the Advanced Studies Seminar dedicated to his work on cultural aspects of eating disorders.[19] In 2019, he founded and was elected President of the Canadian Association of Social Psychiatry (CASP)[20] and was made an Honorary Fellow of the World Association of Social Psychiatry (WASP),[21] of which he is President-Elect.[22]

Di Nicola is the author of several books, including A Stranger in the Family: Culture, Families, and Therapy,[23] integrating family therapy and cultural psychiatry to create cultural family therapy, and Letters to a Young Therapist: Relational Practices for the Coming Community,[24] an overview of principles of relational psychology and therapy, and co-author, with Drozdstoj Stoyanov, of Psychiatry in Crisis: At the Crossroads of Social Sciences, the Humanities, and Neuroscience,[25] an investigation into the history, theoretical bases and current practices of psychiatry in order to situate, understand and resolve its epistemological and ontological crises.[26][27]

EducationEdit

Di Nicola trained in psychology, medicine and psychiatry, and in philosophy: with a BA (First Class Honours) in Psychology from McGill University (1976), MPhil in Clinical Psychology, Institute of Psychiatry, University of London (1978), MD from McMaster University (1981), Diploma in Psychiatry from McGill University (1986), and later in his career, with a PhD (Summa Cum Laude) in Philosophy from the European Graduate School (2012).[28][29][30][31] In a recent interview with his medical alma mater, Di Nicola traced the origins of his dual career in medicine and philosophy to his working class roots growing up in Hamilton, Ontario, where his mother was a housekeeper for McMaster University professors in two departments - psychiatry and philosophy.[31]

WorkEdit

Di Nicola's career has shown several foci, examining children, families and culture in various combinations.[32][33][34]

Cultural family therapyEdit

His approach to working with families across cultures brought together a new synthesis of family therapy and transcultural psychiatry.[35][32][36][37][38][39][40] Critical reviews were positive and encouraging by leaders in family therapy, such as Mara Selvini Palazzoli[41] and Celia Jaes Falicov,[42] as well as those in transcultural psychiatry, such as Armando Favazza.[43] When his work was collected into his model of cultural family therapy in A Stranger in the Family[33] in 1997, it was received as an important contribution to working with immigrant families.[44][45][46][47] A Brazilian edition in Portuguese translation appeared in 1998.[48] Di Nicola continued to elaborate his model of cultural family therapy in articles, chapters,[49] a follow-up volume, Letters to a Young Therapist: Relational Practices for the Coming Community,[50] as well as invitations to present the 4th Annual Stokes Endowment Lecture in family studies at The George Washington University[51] and a thirty-year perspective on his model presented at McGill University where he first developed it [52] and the Accademia di Psicoterapia della Famiglia in Rome, Italy where Di Nicola's model is taught.[53] Di Nicola co-founded and co-chairs Family & Culture special interest groups with the Society for the Study of Psychiatry & Culture (SSPC)[54] and the World Association of Cultural Psychiatry (WACP)[55] which awarded him the 2022 WACP Creative Education Award in Cultural Psychiatry.[56]

Social and cultural psychiatryEdit

Another integration was in bringing together child psychiatry with transcultural research to call for the new field of transcultural child psychiatry.[34] He was the plenary speaker at a conference on transcultural issues in child psychiatry, at McGill University a pioneering research center in transcultural psychiatry, the proceedings of which were published (Sayegh, et al., 1992).[57]

Di Nicola's work on eating disorders called for a new historical and cultural view of what he called "anorexia multiforme," a form of suffering that is a cultural chameleon, expressing itself differently in different times, cultures and places.[58][59][60][61][62]

A major area of Di Nicola's academic activity is in Social psychiatry, focused on the social determinants of health and mental health,[63] his manifesto for social psychiatry, outlining the history, current state and future prospects of Social psychiatry,[64][65][66] and his essay on the sociopolitical notion of the Global South as a bridge between globalization and the global mental health (GMH) movement that offers an emergent apparatus or conceptual tool for social psychiatry.[67][68]

Interface between philosophy and psychiatryEdit

Di Nicola's work also focuses on the interface between philosophy and psychiatry, addressing philosophical issues, ranging from the rights of children, to employing Giorgio Agamben's "state of exception" in definitions of human being and in trauma studies and Alain Badiou's "event" in his work on Trauma and Event, announcing a Psychiatry of the Event and a manifesto for Slow Thought in the spirit of the Slow Movement, to an ontological analysis of the crisis in psychiatry:

  • "Review-essay: On the rights and philosophy of children"[69]
  • "States of exception, states of dissociation: Cyranoids, zombies and liminal people - An essay on the threshold between the human and the inhuman"[70]
  • "Where the exception becomes the norm — At the juncture of culture, trauma and psychiatry: Applying Agamben’s 'state of exception' to trauma studies and cultural competence"[71]
  • "Badiou, the Event, and Psychiatry, Part 1: Trauma and Event"[72]
  • "Badiou, the Event, and Psychiatry, Part 2: Psychiatry of the Event"[73]
  • "Two Trauma Communities: A Philosophical Archaeology of Cultural and Clinical Trauma Theories"[74]
  • "Take Your Time: The Seven Pillars of a Slow Thought Manifesto"[75][76][77][78][79][80][81] See: "Thought (Philosophy)" section in: Slow movement (culture)
  • "Editorial - 'Crisis? What Crisis?' The Crisis of Psychiatry Is a Crisis of Being"[82][25]
  • Psychiatry in Crisis: At the Crossroads of Social Sciences, the Humanities, and Neuroscience is a more comprehensive treatment of psychiatry's foundational problems, where the two co-authors, Di Nicola and Stoyanov, propose the key leitmotifs of epistemology (knowledge) or ontology (being) as the basis for psychiatry's current crisis.[25][26][27][82][83][84]

Convergence: Social philosophyEdit

Weaving together his three "allied projects" – Slow Thought, Evental Psychiatry, and the Global South - Di Nicola speaks of a convergence of his work in a recent interview.[26] Slow Thought is a prologue to Evental Psychiatry which is his main project to "sketch out what a psychiatry of the Event would look like." The Global South is the conceptual geography articulated in Boaventura de Sousa Santos' "southern epistemologies" to rally around a new focus for theory and practice.

"So," Di Nicola concludes, "if Slow Thought is the path, and the Event is the process, the Global South is the place where we will arrive. And if I had to give one name to all my activities, integrating my roles as a social psychiatrist with my calls for Slow Thought and the Event, I would call that social philosophy" (emphasis added).[26]

BibliographyEdit

BooksEdit

  • The Myth of Atlas: Families and the Therapeutic Story (Editor and translator; Routledge, 1989), ISBN 0876305494
  • Families That Abuse (Foreword; W.W. Norton, 1992), ISBN 0393701220
  • A Stranger in the Family: Culture, Families, and Therapy (W.W. Norton, 1997), ISBN 0393702286
  • Um Estranho na Família: Cultura, Famílias e Terapia (Artmed, 1998, trans. by Maria Adriana Veríssimo Veronese), ISBN 9788573074642
  • Letters to a Young Therapist: Relational Practices for the Coming Community (Atropos, 2011), ISBN 0983173451
  • The Unsecured Present: 3-Day Novels & Pomes 4 Pilgrims (Atropos, 2012), ISBN 978-0-9853042-7-0
  • Psychiatry in Crisis: At the Crossroads of Social Sciences, the Humanities, and Neuroscience (Springer, 2021) ISBN 978-3-030-55139-1 eBook ISBN 978-3-030-55140-7

Selected articles, essays, monographsEdit

Interviews/career overviewsEdit

ReferencesEdit

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  2. ^ Di Nicola, Vincenzo (27 July 2020). "Faculte de Medicine" (in French). University of Montreal. Retrieved April 1, 2012.
  3. ^ Di Nicola, Vincenzo (2017-03-23). "Psychiatry and the Humanities: Postgraduate Course in the Faculty of Medicine, University of Montreal". Blog of the APA. Retrieved 2020-02-22.
  4. ^ Di Nicola, Vincenzo. "Grand Rounds: The 4th Annual Stokes Endowment Lecture | The Department of Psychiatry & Behavioral Sciences". smhs.gwu.edu. Retrieved 2020-02-27.
  5. ^ "Overview - Global Mental Health Faculty". Harvard Program in Refugee Trauma. 2011-02-01. Retrieved 2020-12-06.
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  8. ^ "AMPQ Annual Prizes". Fédération des médecins spécialistes du Québec. June 4, 2011. Retrieved April 1, 2012.
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  12. ^ Di Nicola, Vincenzo (25 October 2018). "AACAP Honors 2018" (PDF). www.aacap.org. Retrieved 2020-02-25.
  13. ^ Di Nicola, Vincenzo (2018-10-01). "Borders and Belonging, Culture and Community: From Adversity to Diversity in Transcultural Child and Family Psychiatry". Journal of the American Academy of Child & Adolescent Psychiatry. 57 (10): S116. doi:10.1016/j.jaac.2018.09.013. ISSN 0890-8567. S2CID 240089105.
  14. ^ Di Nicola, Vincenzo (2021-09-15). "Un professeur de l'Université de Montréal reçoit le prix Naomi Rae-Grant". nouvelles.umontreal.ca (in French). Retrieved 2021-09-16.{{cite web}}: CS1 maint: url-status (link)
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  48. ^ Di Nicola, Vincenzo (1998). Um Estranho na Família: Cultura, Famílias e Terapia. Porto Alegre: Artmed. ISBN 85-7307-464-7. OCLC 69926813.
  49. ^ Di Nicola, Vincenzo (2012). Andolfi, Maurizio (ed.). Famiglie sulla soglia. Città invisibili, identità invisibili. In: Famiglie immigrate e psicoterapia transculturale [Families on the threshold: Invisible cities, invisible identities. In: Immigrant Families and Transcultural Psychotherapy]. www.ibs.it (in Italian). Milan: FrancoAngeli. pp. 34–57. ISBN 9788846456397.
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  60. ^ Nasser, Mervat; Di Nicola, Vincenzo (2004). Nasser, Mervat (ed.). "Changing bodies, changing cultures: An intercultural dialogue on the body as the final frontier. In: Eating Disorders and Cultures in Transition". www.routledge.com. East Sussex, UK: Routledge. pp. 171–193.
  61. ^ Di Nicola, Vincenzo (2019-10-15). "Anorexia Multiforme Revisited". The Collaborating Centre for Values-based practice in Health and Social Care. Retrieved 2020-02-22.
  62. ^ Di Nicola, Vincenzo (2021), Stoyanov, Drozdstoy; Fulford, Bill; Stanghellini, Giovanni; Van Staden, Werdie (eds.), "Antonella: 'A Stranger in the Family'—A Case Study of Eating Disorders Across Cultures", International Perspectives in Values-Based Mental Health Practice, Cham: Springer International Publishing, pp. 27–35, doi:10.1007/978-3-030-47852-0_3, ISBN 978-3-030-47851-3
  63. ^ "21st Century Global Mental Health". www.jblearning.com. Retrieved 2020-02-22.
  64. ^ Di Nicola, Vincenzo (2019-01-01). ""A person is a person through other persons": A social psychiatry manifesto for the 21st century". World Social Psychiatry. 1 (1): 8–21. doi:10.4103/WSP.WSP_11_19. S2CID 239305698.
  65. ^ Ingle, Micah (2019-10-17). "A Social Psychiatry Manifesto that Takes Social Context Seriously". Mad In America. Retrieved 2020-02-22.
  66. ^ Di Nicola, Vincenzo (2021). ""There is No Such Thing as Society:" The Pervasive Myth of the Atomistic Individual in Psychology and Psychiatry". World Social Psychiatry. 3 (2): 60–64. doi:10.4103/wsp.wsp_36_21. ISSN 2667-1077. S2CID 237426807.
  67. ^ Di Nicola, Vincenzo (2020-01-01). "The Global South: An emergent epistemology for social psychiatry". World Social Psychiatry. 2 (1): 20–26. doi:10.4103/WSP.WSP_1_20 (inactive 31 July 2022).{{cite journal}}: CS1 maint: DOI inactive as of July 2022 (link)
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