Paolo Moderato teaches General Psychology and Behavioural Economics at IULM University in Milan. He is president of CBT-Italy and of the European Institute for the Contextual Study of Human Behaviour (IESCUM), a fellow of the Association for Contextual Behaviour Science (ACBS) and past president of the European Association for Behavioural and Cognitive Therapies (EABCT).
He collaborates on a blog with the Huffington Post and with State of Mind. He is the author of over two hundred scientific publications. Recent publications include (with Anchisi and Pergolizzi) Roots and Leaves. Roots and Contextual Development in Behavioural and Cognitive Therapy (2017); Human Interactions, Manual of Contextual Psychology (2019); Contexts of Communication. The Plurality of Languages in the World 3.0 (2019); (with Presti) Thoughts, Words, Emotions (2019); (with Presto and Dell’Orco) One Hundred Questions about ACT (2020).