Trainers and Supervisor partners (ARCA, ANTIGONE, CIPM), the safety of project with an implementation and supervision in situ.
Researchers for the evaluation of programme (University of Tours -France, ULG -Belgique, Milan)
General coordinator, creator of model and programme: Erwan DIEU/ARCA
Project implanted in correctional services/practices with the great support and initial convention (Direction de l’Administration Pénitentiaire, PLAT, France).
He is Criminologist (Master Criminology, University of Liège, Belgium) and PhD in
Psychology (Psycho-criminology, University of Rennes 2, France). He is an EMDR-Europe practitioner© and officially trained in EMDR consultant. He is currently the General Director of the Service of Criminology (ARCA) in France, under agreement with the ministries. He brings maximalist Restorative Justice in France, EMDR for the
psychotherapy in criminology and GLM for the rehabilitation. He is the official French contact for Good Lives Model on the international board GLM website
and national referent on Restorative Justice for Justice Departement (SADJAV, France).
TIM-E work: He is the creator of the Temporal Identity Model (TIM-E) and Temporal
Interviewing (TI) linking the GLM/SRM with the adaptive information processing (AIP) system in neuropsychology to focus the intervention on the development of future perspectives of offenders and victims. He is the coordinator of the European research “3C2D” (Three Circles To Desistance) applied to France, Belgium and Italy concerning positive Criminology programmes (CeSURE) in detention applied to radicalization, extremist terrorism, violent behaviours (men, women, adults and youngs).
Noémie Henrard is a psychologist and hypnotherapist. She was trained at the University of Liège and then followed the hypnosis training at the Milton Erickson Institute in Liège.
From 2005 to 2017, she worked as a psychologist in an adult psychiatric care unit.
In 2012, she joined the Antigone Group in the psycho-trauma and legal psychology
expertise service at the University of Liège (Belgium). Her main areas of activity are
(sexual) delinquency, domestic violence, collective psycho-trauma and change
Her main activities are at 3 levels: 1/ clinical practices via individual,
conjugal, family, group and/or institutional interventions, 2/ trainer with professionals involved in socio-psychological rehabilitation processes, 3/ scientific research: development of the Good Lives Model, translation or creation of intervention/evaluation tools, writing of articles or parts of collective works, participation in or organization of international congresses, involvement in international research.
Serge Corneille is a psychologist at the University of Liège (Belgium) and coordinator of the Antigone Group in the psycho-trauma and legal psychology expertise service.
Serge Corneille was trained at the University of Liège. Before joining the team at the University of Liege in 2002, Serge Corneille worked as a psychologist in a psycho-medico-social service for outpatient consultations. His main areas of activity are sexual delinquency, domestic violence, collective psycho-trauma and change management.
His main activities are at 3 levels: 1/ clinical practices via individual, conjugal, family, group and/or institutional interventions, 2/ trainer with professionals involved in socio-psychological rehabilitation processes, 3/ scientific research: development of the Good Lives Model, translation or creation of intervention /evaluation tools, writing of articles or parts of collective works, participation in or organization of international congresses, involvement in international research.
Francesca Garbarino is a criminologist. She worked as a lawyer; she specialized in Criminology at the University of Milano and followed the training in mediation practices at CMFM in Paris.
Since 1995 she works in prison as criminologist. In 1995, she founded Centro Italiano di Promozione alla Mediazione, association that introduced restorative justice practices and criminological treatment for the offenders in Italy.
Her main areas of activity are criminological treatment of sex offenders and domestic violence; she is trainer with professionals involved in socio-psychological rehabilitation processes. She writes articles, participates as a speaker in congresses and prepares social projects in these specific areas of activity. She was judge of peace and now is honorary judge at the Juvenile court of Milano.
Maritsa Cantaluppi is a psychologist and psychotherapist. She was trained at the Catholic University of Milan e and then followed the specialization school in Integrated Focal Psychotherapy, ISERDIP-Milan and a Master in Psychodiagnostic Training.
From 2007 to today, she worked as a psychologist for the CIPM in the Service of the Municipality of Milan “Center for Social and Criminal Mediation”, in the UTI “Intensified Treatment Unit for Sexual Offenders” of Milan Bollate prison, and in various restorative justice projects.
From 2011 to 2017, she worked as a psychologist and psychotherapist for the A.O. Guido Salvini di Garbagnate Milanese- hospital in the Complex Unit of Clinical Psychology and the Department of Territorial Psychiatry.
Her main areas of activity are sexual delinquency, domestic violence, psycho-trauma and victimization. Her clinical practice involves individual, conjugal and group interventions, and she is a trainer with professionals involved in the socio-psycho-criminological rehabilitation processes.