Roberto Gambini, Jungian analyst, author of the books ' Time and Voice: reflections for young therapists' and 'Indian Mirror'.
Jungian therapist, lecturer and essayist. He holds a degree in Social Sciences from USP and a Master's degree in Social Sciences from the University of Chicago. After lecturing Political Science at Unicamp in the 1970s, he started a course in Analytical Psychology at the Carl Gustav Jung Institute in Zurich. He is a member of the Swiss Society and the International Society of Analytical Psychology. His major intellectual concern has been to bring together Jungian psychology and social science. Author of several books: 'Getúlio's Double Game', 'Other 500, 'A Conversation about the Brazilian Soul' (interviewed by Lucy Dias), 'Indian Mirror: The Making of the Brazilian Soul', '' Time and Voice: reflections for young therapists', 'Soul & Culture'.