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Saturday, 30 March 2019 00:00

Conference: Lost in Translation

3rd Symposium of the Hanna Segal Institute for Psychoanalytic Studies

The Symposium will discuss, among other subjects, contemporary psychoanalytic perspective on gender issues as well as clinical situations where intensive contact between participants of the therapeutic process leads to loss and retrieval rediscovery of the meaning of the unconscious communication.

Chairman of the symposium: Hansjörg  Messner

Programme

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Monday, 30 November 2020 00:00

IEPA 12th International Congress

The 12th International Congress of the IEPA will be held in Brazil in 2020

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Registration is open

Call for abstracts by 29th November 2018

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Thursday, 31 January 2019 00:00

ISPS Norway Annual Conference

"Ubehag og Behag: I Kultur, Mening og Psykose" (Discomfort and Comfortable: Culture, Opinion and Psychosis)

Further information

Wednesday, 24 October 2018 11:54

Autumn 2018 E-Newlsetter

Thursday, 31 January 2019 00:00

1st ISPS Finland Conference

Psykoosi 2019 - Psykoosien psykososiaalisen hoidon mahdollisuudet 2020-luvulla

(Psychosis 2019 - The Possibilities for Psychosocial Treatment of Psychosis in the 2020s)

International speakers include Brian Martindale and Grainne Fadden

The first day will focus on the individual and the second on the family

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"Training in supportive psychodynamic psychotherapy for psychosis: Focus on psychodynamic  formulation"

Information and registration: Dr. Marija Kušan Jukić, mkjukic45@gmail.com

Cognitive Behaviour Therapy (CBT) for psychosis is constantly changing and evolving. Recently, in what is sometimes called the ‘third wave’, therapy has become more concerned with the individual’s relationship to their experience, rather than with the content of it. This more process–orientated approach appears to tap into universal psychological processes. The aim is to reduce distress by changing the function of the experience, rather than necessarily the experience itself. Written by some of the leading figures from around the world, CBT for Psychosis: Process-Orientated Therapies and the Third Wave brings the reader the latest developments in the field.

Presented in three parts, CBT for Psychosis first explores theoretical perspectives on recent developments in cognitive behavioural therapies. Part two examines specific therapeutic approaches, including metacognitive training, mindfulness, acceptance and commitment therapy, compassion focused therapy and the method of levels. Finally, part three presents two critical perspectives: the first offering a reflection on the experience of receiving CBT, and the second looking ahead to possible future developments.

Offering a cutting-edge collection of theoretical, therapeutic and critical perspectives, CBT for Psychosis: Process-Orientated Therapies and the Third Wave will be of great interest to clinical and counselling psychologists, both practising and in training, as well as psychiatrists, nurse therapists, occupational therapists and other healthcare professionals working with people experiencing psychosis.

Wednesday, 11 April 2018 10:00

Spring 2018 E-Newsletter

Wednesday, 21 March 2018 12:24

ISPS Membership Directory 2018

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