Eparquio Delgado


How can behavioral analysis contribute to face the challenges of the contemporary world?


Behavioral science has provided some of the most powerful tools we have to address individual problems. At this socio-historical moment, when many of the local problems become global, the tools of behavior analysis can play an important role in helping to face some of the challenges of the contemporary world, always remembering that no intervention on conduct is ideologically and politically neutral.


Eparquio Delgado is a General Health Psychologist Enabled. Degree in Psychology and Master in Clinical and Health Psychology from the University of La Laguna (Tenerife, Spain). University Expert in Clinical Hypnosis by UNED (Madrid, Spain). University Expert in Contextual Therapies from the University of Almería (Spain). He has worked as a child educator with protective and judicial measures. He has also worked as a coordinator and psychologist in psychosocial intervention projects with people in situations of social exclusion. Since 2008 he has been working as a psychologist and director of the Rayuela Psychological Center in La Orotava (Tenerife, Spain). In his role as a science popularizer, he wrote in 2014 his first book entitled Self-help books, what a scam!. He currently publishes regularly in El País Semanal and collaborates frequently with national and international media. In 2013 he received the Mario Bohoslavsky Prize awarded by the ARP-SAPC for promoting the development of science, critical thinking, scientific dissemination, scientific education and the use of reason. He is a member of the Society for the Advancement of the Scientific Study of Behavior (SAVECC), the Spanish Society of Clinical and Health Psychology (SEPCyS) and the Naukas.com scientific dissemination platform.