TOPIC 1

LOVE IN THE XXIst  CENTURY

 

1.01  Love over time / love over the lifespan

1.02  Love and religions

1.03  Love and spirituality

1.04  Neuroscience and love

1.05  Love, attachment, dependence

1.06  Love and the meaning of life

1.07  The ethnocultural dimension of love (love and life in different cultures)

1.08  Love and handicap

1.09  The couple in the XXIst century

1.10  The family in the XXIst century

1.11  Solitude and isolation in the XXIst century

 

 

 

TOPIC 2

THE DEVELOPMENT OF PSYCHOTHERAPEUTIC SCHOOLS FROM 1780 TO THE PRESENT

 

2.01  Psychopathology in XXIst century

2.02  Psychoanalysis and Psychoanalytical Psychotherapy

2.03  Existential psychotherapy

2.04  Individual Psychology

2.05  Client-centered Psychotherapy

2.06  Behavior Therapy and Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy

2.07  Group Psychotherapy

2.08  Group Psychoanalysis

2.09  Analytical Psychology

2.10  Systemic Family Therapy

2.11  Hypnosis

2.12  Catathym Imaginative Psychotherapy

2.13  Autogenetic Training, Relaxation Methods

2.14  Psychodrama

2.15  Gestalt Therapy

2.16  Logotherapy and Existential Analysis

2.17  Transactional Analysis

2.18  Focusing

2.19  Transpersonal Psychotherapy

2.20  Integrative Psychotherapy

2.21  New Psychotherapeutic Methods

2.22  Psychotherapeutic Methods in Cooperation

2.23  Neurolinguistic Programming (NLP)

2.24  Body Psychotherapy

2.25  Biofeedback

2.26  Bioenergetics

2.27  Hypnotherapy

2.28  Positive and Transcultural Psychotherapy

2.29  Other Psychotherapeutic Methods

 

 

 

TOPIC 3

PSYCHOTHERAPY AS SCIENCE AND ART

 

3.01  Psychotherapy as Human Science

3.02  Psychotherapy and Art

3.03  Psychotherapy and Literature

3.04  Psychotherapy and Politics

3.05  Psychotherapy and Religion

3.06  Psychotherapy and Philosophy

 

 

 

TOPIC 4

CULTURAL PSYCHOTHERAPY:

UNDERSTANDING AND HEALING PROCESSES THROUGH PSYCHOTHERAPY IN VARIOUS

CULTURES AROUND THE GLOBE -  TRANSCULTURAL  PSYCHOTHERAPY ETHNOPSYCHOANALYSIS

 

4.01  Psychotherapy in Western Europe

4.02  Psychotherapy in Eastern Europe

4.03  Psychotherapy in South America

4.04  Psychotherapy in North America

4.05  Psychotherapy in Asia

   4.05.1  Psychotherapy in East Asia incl. China

   4.05.2  Psychotherapy in South Asia

   4.05.3  Psychotherapy in Southeast Asia

   4.05.4  Psychotherapy in Central and West Asia

4.06  Psychotherapy in Australia/New Zealand/Pacific

4.07  Psychotherapy in Africa

4.08  Psychotherapy and Shamanism

4.09  Socio-Cultural Change, Globalization and Psychotherapy

 

 

 

TOPIC 5

PSYCHOTHERAPY AS A PROFESSION AND ITS ROLE IN VARIOUS ASPECTS OF SOCIETY

 

5.01  Psychotherapy and Ethics

5.02  Psychotherapy and Social Insurance

5.03  Quality and Quality Control of Psychotherapeutic Training

5.04  Admission Criteria and Quality Control of Psychotherapeutic Training, Comparison of Standards around the World

5.05  The Situation of the Training Candidates

5.06  Psychotherapy and gender

5.07  Human rights and access to psychotherapy

5.08  The specific identity of psychotherapy

 

 

 

TOPIC 6

PSYCHOTHERAPY AND MEDICINE

 

6.01  Psychotherapy I Genetic Engineering I Reproductive Medicine

6.02  Psychotherapy in General Medicine

6.03  Psychotherapy in Hospitals – consultation-liaison psychiatry

6.04  Psychosomatics

6.05  Psychooncology

6.06  Organ Transplants

6.07  Borderline Somatopsychic Illnesses

6.08  Psychotherapy and Psychiatry

6.09  Psychotherapy in Gynaecology

6.10  Psychotherapy in Other Branches of Medicine

6.11  Psychotherapy and Traditional or Alternative Medicine

 

 

 

TOPIC 7

PSYCHOTHERAPY IN SPECIAL AREAS

 

7.01  Thoughts about the therapeutic setting

7.02  The Initial Meeting in Psychotherapy

7.03  Psychotherapy and Organizational Development

7.04  Psychotherapy and Supervision

7.05  Psychotherapy for Refugees, Migrants, Ethnic Groups and Foreign Students etc.

7.06  Crisis Intervention

7.07  Gerontopsychotherapy

7.08  Psychotherapy for Sexual Disorders

7.09  Psychotherapy and Homosexuality

7.10  Psychotherapy and Psychology

7.11  Psychotherapy and Education

7.12  Psychotherapy and Justice, Forensics, Imprisionment

7.13  Psychotherapy with Delinquents

7.14  Psychotherapy with Addicts

7.15  Psychotherapy with Children, Adolescents

7.16  Psychotherapy with Babies and perinatality

7.17  Concentrative Motion Therapy

7.18  Dance Therapy

7.19  Music Therapy

7.20  Couple Therapy

7.21  Psychotherapy and Schools

7.22  Psychotherapy in Rural Areas

7.23  Psychotherapy and Sexual Abuse

7.24  Psychotherapy with Handicapped People

7.25  Psychotherapy with Psychotic People

7.26  Psychotherapy of Holocaust Victims and Perpetrators

7.27  IT, Social Media, E-Business and Psychotherapy

7.28  Psychotherapy and problems linked to the work environment - Stress and mental health

7.29  Well being and social psychotherapy

 

 

 

TOPIC 8

LAW REGULATIONS OF THE PSYCHOTHERAPEUTIC PROFESSION

 

8.01  Territories of and Boundaries between Psychotherapy, Psychological Counselling, Social Work,

Psychosomatic Medicine and Psychiatry

8.02  Legal Regulations on Practicing Psychotherapy

 

 

 

TOPIC 9

RESEARCH - EXISTING MODELS AND PERSPECTIVES

 

9.01  Research in psychotherapy

9.02  Evaluation and psychotherapeutical processes

9.03  Descontructing dogma

9.04  Advances in psychotherapeutic practices

 

 

 

 

TOPICS-AREAS OF INTEREST (SUBSYMPOSIA)

 

 

 

- Adalberto BARRETO (Brazil)

professor, Doctor of psychiatry and anthropology, ethnologist, psychologist and psychotherapist

- Boris CYRULNIK (France)

psychiatrist, neuropsychiatrist, ethologist

- Marie DE HENNEZEL (France)

clinical psychologist and writer

- Mony ELKAÏM (Belgium)

neuropsychiatrist, Director of the Family and Human Systems Institute of Brussels, Honorary Professor at the Université Libre de Bruxelles

- Hector FERNANDEZ-ALVAREZ (Argentina)

psychologist and psychotherapist

- Jutta FIEGL (Austria)

vice rector of the SFU Vienna, psychotherapist, clinical and health psychologist, teacher therapist

- Guillermo GARRIDO (Venezuela)

psychiatrist and psychoanalyst, Secretary General of the World Council of Psychotherapy

- Omar GELO (Italy)

professor of “Dynamic psychology”, Department of History, Society and Human Studies, University of Salento, Director of the International PhD Program in Psychotherapy Science, Faculty of Psychotherapy Science, Sigmund Freud University Vienna

- Bernard GOLSE (France)

pediatrician, child psychiatrist and psychoanalyst

- Ursula HAUSER (Costa Rica and Uruguay)

psychoanalyst

- Thierry JANSSEN (Belgium)

surgeon and urologist who became a psychotherapist, teacher and author

- Roy Abraham KALLIVAYALIL (India)

psychiatrist, president of the World Association of Social Psychiatry, professor and Head of the Department of Psychiatry at the Pushpagiri Institute of Medical Sciences, Tiruvalla

- Mohammad KHODAYARIFARD (Iran)

clinical psychologist, professor at the University of Tehran

- Joseph KNOBEL FREUD (Spain)

psychologist, psychotherapist and psychoanalyst

- Judy KURIANSKY (USA)

doctor, clinical psychologist and professor at Columbia University Teachers College

- Sylvester MADU (South Africa)

psychologist, educator, Head of the Psychology Dep. University of Limpopo, South Africa

- Victor MAKAROV (Russia)

professor of psychotherapy and professional consultant, doctor of medical sciences, director of psychotherapy, medical psychology and sexology department of RMAPE

- Michel MEIGNANT (France)

doctor, psychologist, psychotherapist, practioner of EMDR, film director

- Marie-Rose MORO (France)

child psychiatrist, psychoanalyst and writer

- Driss MOUSSAOUI (Marocco)

psychiatrist and honorary member of the World

- Antonio PUENTE (USA)

president-elect of the American Psychological Association (APA)

- Norman SARTORIUS (Switzerland)

president of the Association for Improvement of Mental Health Programmes

- Ivana SLAVKOVIC (Serbia)

psychotherapist

- Eliot SOREL (USA)

psychatrist, Senior Scholar Clinical Practice Innovations G.Washington University: School of Medicine & School of Public Health, Founder Conflict Management Section WPA

- Bernard STRAUSS (Germany)

psychologist, psychotherapist, head of the Institute of Psychosocial Medicine and Psychotherapy at the Friedrich-Schiller-University Jena

- José T. THOMÉ (Brasil)

psychiatrist and psychotherapist

- Bertrand VERGELY (France)

philosopher and teacher

- Thomas WENZEL (Austria)

psychotherapist, professor at the University of Medicine in Vienna

- Irvin YALOM (USA)

psychiatrist, psychotherapist, essayist and novelist (interactive video conference)

- Xudong ZHAO (China)

professor of psychology and psychiatry at Tongji University and head of the Department of Psychosomatic Medicine at Shanghai East Hospital

Confirmed SPEAKERS

SCHEDULE

This schedule is subject to change...

LECTURES : With simultaneous translation in English and French

 

MONDAY 24/07

tuesday 25/07

wednesday 26/07

thursday 27/07

friday 28/07

REGISTRAtion

 

 

 

 

REGISTRAtion

musical introduction

opening

ceremony

A.pritz and P.canouï

musical interlude

LECTURES

 

s. freud award

LECTURES

ORAL

presentations

ORAL

presentations

ORAL

presentations

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presentations

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presentations

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presentations

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presentations

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presentations

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presentations

ORAL

presentations

ORAL pres.

 

pre-congrESs

peace empathy and psychotherapy

 

BREAK

BREAK

BREAK

BREAK

BREAK

BREAK

BREAK

BREAK

lunch

 

LUNCH

lunch

lunch

posters presentation

 

9.00 AM

workshops

workshops

workshops

posters

prize

workshops

workshops

workshops

workshops

ORAL pres.

ORAL pres.

ORAL pres.

workshops

workshops

workshops

workshops

workshops

workshops

MOVIE

THE odyssey of empathy

MOVIE

ma mère mon poison

10.00 AM

11.00 AM

12.00 AM

1.00 PM

3.00 PM

2.00 PM

4.00 PM

break

LECTURES

ORAL

presentations

LECTURES

 

gala dinner

Cruise

In 'bateau-mouche'

On the Seine

 

 

 

> 11.00 PM

 

closing

ceremony

 

workshops

workshops

5.00 PM

7.00 PM

6.00 PM

8.00 PM

9.00 PM

10.00 PM

video conference

I.yalom / A.pritz

IN DIALOG ABOUT PSYCHOTHERAPY

workshops

 

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BOARD MEETING

 

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GALA DINNER

 

Dinner/dance cruise on the 'bateaux-mouches' on the river Seine

 

 

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