Cyrille Kossigan Kokou-Kpolou is a clinical health psychologist with a decade of clinical practice. In 2017, he obtained his Ph.D. in Clinical Psychology at the University of Picardie Jules Verne, where he also worked as a lecturer, temporary teaching and research associate and contract teacher. He is an associate researcher at the Subjectivity, Social Link and Modernity Laboratory (SuLiSoM – UR 3071) at the University of Strasbourg. Author of some thirty publications in national and international journals, his research work focuses on end-of-life care, bereavement in its normal and pathological aspects, depression, post-traumatic stress, somatization and quality of life in bereaved persons. These main research themes fall within the trans- and inter-disciplinary fields of clinical health psychology and psychopathology, with a focus on clinical anthropology.