Lecturer in Psychology, Loyola Andalucía University, Spain.
Jesús Maya holds a PhD in Psychology and works as a professor at Loyola Andalucía University, Spain and as a family psychotherapist. Maya's teaching, research and professional career have been mainly focused on three topics: psychodrama, systemic family therapy and teaching innovation in higher education. The study and performance of these subjects has been possible due to a full time dedication at research level (with a total of 7 JCR published articles, five in the first/second quartile and two book chapters in Nova Science), teaching level (7 years of teaching experience at three universities: University of Seville, University of Jaen and University Loyola Andalucía in the Department of Developmental and Educational Psychology) and training level (three postgraduate degrees: Family and Systems Therapy, Family Intervention and Mediation, and Dynamic Psychotherapy). Jesús Maya also received the scholarship for training with the highest levels of national excellence in teaching and research of Spain and participates in international research projects such as “The European family support network. A bottom-up, evidence-based and multidisciplinary approach." Additionally, Jesús Maya has completed stays at prestigious universities and research institutes such as the Prevention Science Institute of the University of Oregon in the United States and at the National University of La Plata, Argentina.