Jean-Jacques Wittezaele , psychologist and Belgian psychotherapist, is one of the principal representatives of the short strategic therapy, known as approach of Palo Alto, in French-speaking Europe.
After obtaining his doctorate in Psychology, Jean-Jacques Wittezaele begins his career within a hearth for difficult teenagers in which he collaborates with Marcel Bribois. In 1981, it off begins a three years stay to the Mental Research Institute Palo Alto where he is the pupil and the collaborator of Paul Watzlawick, John Weakland and Richard Fisch. In addition to these three pioneers of the short Therapy, Wittezaele is influenced by work of Donald deAvila Jackson and Gregory Bateson of which he is regarded as one of the specialists.
In 1987 it creates with its collaborator Teresa Garcia the Institute Gregory Bateson with Liege, research center, of consultation and training specialized in short therapy according to the approach of Palo Alto and official representative in French-speaking Europe of the Mental Research Institute off Palo Alto. In 2003, it contributes to the creation of the European Association of short and strategic therapy with in particular Mony Elkaïm, Gianfranco Cecchin, Stefan Geyerhofer, Giorgio Nardone and Wendel Ray.
In addition to its functions within the Institute Gregory Bateson , Jean-Jacques Wittezaele is part-time lecturer to the Université Paris X Nanterre, like at the School of therapy strategic of Arezzo and associated with research with the Mental Research Institute off Palo Alto.
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