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)

Honorary Fellow, World Psychiatric Association & World Association of Social Psychiatry, Casablanca

- 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

- Laurence VANIN (France)

Ph.D. of political philosophy and epistemology, professor of philosophy, essayist

- 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 and MONDAY DAY TIME : 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

ORAL

presentations

ORAL

presentations

ORAL

presentations

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presentations

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pres.

ORAL

presentations

ORAL pres.

 

pre-congrESs

peace empathy and psychotherapy

 

BREAK

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BREAK

lunch

 

LUNCH

lunch

lunch

posters presentation

 

9.00 AM

workshops

workshops

workshops

MOVIE

THE ODYSsEY OF EMPATHY

workshops

workshops

workshops

workshops

ORAL pres.

ORAL pres.

ORAL pres.

workshops

workshops

workshops

workshops

work.

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

WCP

board

meeting

WCP

BOARD

MEET.

2

posters list

 

Number / titLe / Authors (the presenter’s name is in orange)

 

The posters will be displayed during the full 5 days of the congress. Presentations of posters will take place on Wednesday 26 July between 12:30 and 02:00PM

The prize for the best poster will be awarded on Friday, July 28 during the closing ceremony.

 

 

 

1 - Psychotherapy on adolescents with physical disabilities: controlling social anxiety, Amoros MARAVILLAS

 

2 - Inner Dialogue-Child Adult Meeting: A narrative analysis of protocols from a therapy activity Athena ANDROUTSOPOULOU, Maria VIOU

 

3 - How to study treatment of small outpatient groups of Concentrative Movement Therapy (CMT)? Karin SCHREIBER-WILLNOW, Roland BRÜCKL, Klaus-Peter SEIDLER

 

4 - Do elderly patients profit from inpatient psychotherapy? Results of a 5 years follow-up study Karin SCHREIBER-WILLNOW, Guido HERTEL, Andreas WOLF

 

5 - The Assessment of Guided Imagery Effect on Reducing Anxiety and Pain Due to Change Dressing in Burn Negar ASGHARIPOUR, Elnaz ESKANDARNIA, Masumeh SHARIATI

 

6 - Do psychotherapists «google» their patients? An international study among clinicians Christiane EICHENBERG, A. SAWYER

 

7 - Looking in the mirror: the experiences of black patients diagnosed with schizophrenia Wilna BASSON, D. MONAMA

 

8 - E-Mental Health and posttraumatic stress disorder: a review of the effectiveness of applications Christiane EICHENBERG, C. KÜSEL, R.U. HÜBNER

 

9 - A Poetry as Kind of Psychotherapy. My experience with patients suffering a depression on the basis o Alexander KANTOR

 

10 - Telling sensitive family stories: A narrative analysis of Children’s Apperception Test results. Theodora PAPANIKOLAOU, Athena ANDROUTSOPOULOU,  Marina HOURMOUZOGLOU, Evgenia ILIOPOULOU, Konstantina KALAMAKI-STRAVOSKOUFI, Christos KOROVILLAS, Ioanna-Elpida PAPANDREOU

 

11 - Internet addiction and attachment style Christiane EICHENBERG, Markus SCHOTT, Brigitte SINDELAR

 

12 - Une approche psychanalytique avant Freud: l’attrape-rêves et la conception du rêve des Amérindiens Guy LESOEURS

 

13 - Providing Psychosocial Support in a Culture Doubly Devastated by Natural Disaster: The Case of Haiti Alexandra K. MARGEVICH, Judy KURIANSKY, Jean-Charles WISMICK

 

14 - Groupal psychodrama in some comorbid personality disorders with binge eating disorder : a case report Enrique GUERRA GOMEZ, K. EATON ITURBIDE, I. BAÑOS MARTIN, C. PAGESRIVERO, J-M COLL FONT, P. VILARIÑO BESTEIRO, B. UNZETA CONDE, C. PEREZ FRANCO

 

15 - Effectiveness of Rational Emotive Behavior Therapy (REBT) on Reducing Anger in Medical Students Mansureh HAJHOSSEINI, Sedigheh HOSEYNEYSHABANAN

 

16 - Therapy with Horses workshop intended for prisoners on probation Dominique GUTIERREZ

 

17 - A Follow-up study on the Suicide Ideation in Recruits during the Adaptive Period Wei WANG, Weili LIU, Di ZHANG, Xiaomei WU

 

18 - Comparative Speech Analysis of a Long-term Psychotherapy Case Pao-Ling YEH

 

19 - Effects of Positive Thinking Skills Group Training with anIslamic Approach on Emotional Maturity of  Mansureh HAJHOSSEINI, Fatemeh JAFARI, Maryam MOHAMMADI, Sedigheh HOSEYNEYSHABANAN

 

20 - Spiritual Intelligence and Why It Matters in issues of love.  Model for the development of the SQ Olessia GORKOVENKO

 

21 - Family therapy in anorexia nervosa and gender dysphoria : considerations about a case report Enrique GUERRA GOMEZ, R. GALLEGO, P. VILARIÑO, B. URZETA, I. BAÑOS, C. PEREZ, K. EATON

 

22 - Patients’ Perceptions of Corrective Experiences in Individual Psychotherapy Alla KIRSHA

 

23 - A network-based CBT program for depression via a smartphone application: An RCT pilot study Ji-Won HUR, Sungwon CHOI

 

24 - La rencontre connectée, un défi au contact Céline JULIEN-SINÉ

 

25 - Being Together: The Growing Role of Mindfulness in Couples Therapy Claire PRIVAT

 

26 - Crimes passionnels et jalousie pathologique: quand l’amour fait souffrir, Rosa Cristina DA COSTA VASCONSELOS, Letícia FERRARI DE CASTRO Edson Petronio DE ALCANTARA, Andréa SOUTTO MAYOR, Maria DE FÁTIMA SCAFFO

 

27 - The Effectiveness of Mindfulness-Based Stress Reduction on Anxiety thoughts of Ampute Veterans  Maryam ZARNAGHASH, Mina ZARNAGHASH, Najme ZARNAGHASH

 

28 - Family of frail elderly at the end-of-life: Evaluation of a psychological intervention program, Ana SOTO-RUBIO, S. CASAÑA-GRANELL, M. PÉREZ-MARÍN, P. BARRETO

 

29 - Family caregiver of the patient at the end of life: Intervention proposal, Ana SOTO-RUBIO, S. CASAÑA-GRANELL, M. PÉREZ-MARÍN, P. BARRETO

 

30 - Paediatric Pneumology and Family Adaptation: psychosocial factors and Adjustment to illness Ana SOTO-RUBIO, M. PÉREZ-MARÍN, I. MONTOYA-CASTILLA, S. VALERO-MORENO, S. CASTILLO-CORULLÓN, A. RAMÍREZ-AGUILAR, A. ESCRIBANO-MONTANER

 

31 - Risk of complicated grief and stress in caregivers of cancer patients at the end of life Ana SOTO-RUBIO, M. PÉREZ-MARÍN, P. BARRETO, S. CASAÑA-GRANELL, E. MARTÍNEZ, G. SAAVEDRA, N. ARRIBAS, V. ESPINAR, M. FOMBUENA

 

32 - Activation of the patient’s inconscious mind in order of deprogramming «negative behavior/feeling» and reprogramming «positive behavior/feeling», in practice. Daniel RADOUX

 

33 - Communication transculturelle en santé. Culture et contre-transfert Décentrage culturel. Guy LESOEURS

 

34 - Scénario alternatif du cauchemar : apports de l’approche psychanalytique et du la psychothérapie Guy LESOEURS

 

35 - The effect of short term life review therapy on existential problems of Mohammadi MOSTAFA, Amene FAHIMINEJAD

 

36 - Relationship between Love and conflict. Tactics from the viewpoint of Iranian women Mojdeh BAGHAEI LAKEH, Mohsen MOSHKBID HAGHIGHI, Maryam BAGHAIE LAKEH, Ehsan KAZEMNEJAD LEILI

 

37 - The short-term effects of cognitive-behavioral therapy for inscomnia with medication tapering program on cancer patients Yu EUN-SEUNG, Jung HO-JUNG, Kim JONG-HEUN

 

38 - The effects of intensive psychotherapy in short-term hospitalization program for smoking cessation Yu EUN-SEUNG, Jung HO-JUNG, Kim JONG-HEUN

 

39 - Postmodern psychopathology : from neurosis to border states Carlos MIZRAHI RECASENS, Ana Emilia MEJIAS INFANTE, Jordi PAGEROLS HERNANDEZ

 

40 - Renew or die : challenges of psychoanalysis in the current society Carlos MIZRAHI RECASENS, Ana Emilia MEJIAS INFANTE, Montserrat PEREZ CARRÉ

 

41 - The implicite violence of positivity on modernity Carlos MIZRAHI RECASENS, Ana Emilia MEJIAS INFANTE, Marta VALLVÉ ELIAS

 

42 - Presentation of the Positive desintegration theory (PDT) Patricia LAMARE

GALA DINNER

 

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

 

 

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wednesday 26th july - precise 8PM : Port de la Conférence - Pont de l’Alma - 75008 Paris

 

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PRE-CONGRESS

 

Round Table: Peace, empathy and psychotherapy

 

Chairs: Alfred PRITZ, Pierre CANOUÏ

Moderator: Leili Anvar, writer and journalist

Speakers: Boris CYRULNIK, Judy KURIANSKY, Marie-Rose MORO, Norman SARTORIUS, Benjamin Stora,

Laurence VANIN

 

We associated the three words « Peace, Empathy, and Psychotherapy » as we are convinced that they are interconnected from various perspectives: anthropological, philosophical, epistemological, ontogenetic, neurobiological, psychological – obviously, but also genetic, transcultural, spiritual and religious.

In order to highlight this 8th World Congress of Psychotherapy, « Love and Life in the 21st Century: From the Intimate Encounter to Embracing the World », we chose the words of Venerable Prayudh Payutto : « Conflicts arise in the human mind and it is in the human mind that they can be resolved » (Excerpt from his acceptance speech for the1994 UNESCO Prize for Peace Education).

Here, in Paris, under the patronage of Unesco, we could not find a better place or better time to question the major individual and collective challenges of our contemporary world, be they related to economic and cultural globalization, or to the ecological and climatic consequences of current crises, among other pitfalls of our century.

Is this possible that the scale of the psychological, moral and existential suffering, of the individual and collective malaise encountered in our practice, and which mental health epidemiologists are measuring, is rooted in this questioning?

In order to address what emerges from these three words “Peace, Empathy and Psychotherapy,” we asked various participants to comment on them through and idea, a work of art, an object, a literary, musical, photographic or cinematographic reference, or anything that could suggest an opening or hope (if you feel any) for the future of generations to come.

This may be a delicate exercise to be accomplished within fifteen minutes, but we remain persuaded that rising to the challenge will stimulate debate with the audience.

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