A graduate in English and French of a Linguistic Lycee in Florence, in 1967 Giuseppina Morelli enrolled at the Institute of Psychosynthesis of Florence where she followed classes, courses, and conferences for a period of fourteen years.

In the 1970’s, she perfected her knowledge of languages at the Bristish Institute and the Grenoble Institute in Florence. She also attended a diploma course for Assistant in Child Care offered by Prof. Ferrao at the University of Florence.

From 1974 -1976 she worked for the Banco di Napoli in Florence with various responsibilities. In 1976 she decided to leaved the Banco di Napoli position to dedicate her time to what was her primary passion: the teaching of English and French.
She taught at the Istituto Demidoff, Il Centro Studi scuola di ricupero, the Military Geographic Institute for the 21st, 22nd, 23rd, and 24th course of study; at the command center EUROFOR (Caserma Predieri) for a course in French; at the command center RMTE for a course in English.

In 1974 and in 1976, she lived in the United States for an extended period and returned for a short time in 1998 to New York where she worked as an interpreter.

In 1994 she wrote an English grammar which also included observations on the differences between English and American.

In 1999 she taught English to employees in a company in Prato for 2 years and also to participants at the CSIL in Florence.

Today she follows her various cultural interests, and in all of her work has always applied the doctrines of psychosynthesis learned from Prof. Roberto Assagioli, from whom she received an assignment to follow and assist a retarded child in 1968 and 1969.

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