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7th EUROPEAN INTEGRATIVE PSYCHOTHERAPY CONFERENCE:
New developments and challenges in psychotherapy integration
LJUBLJANA, SLOVENIA,
October 11-13, 2013


We invite you to the 7th European conference of integrative psychotherapy, entitled "New developments and challenges in psychotherapy integration", which will be held from 11th to 13th of October, 2013 in Ljubljana. Start of the conference is on Friday, 11th of October 2013, at 5 p.m., and the closing is on Sunday, 13th of October at 6 p.m. The conference is organized by the European Association for Integrative Psychotherapy (EAIP) in cooperation with the Institute for Integrative Psychotherapy and Counselling, Ljubljana (Institute IPSA).

The conference will be of interest to psychotherapists and psychotherapists in training from different modalities, and counselors who are interested in innovations in psychotherapy integration and topics such attachment theory and psychotherapy integration, relational perspectives informing integration, mindfulness, working with children and parents, new methods for working with trauma, dissociation and abuse, neurobiology and psychotherapy integration.


For more information and registration instructions please go to the following link: EAIP conference.

For CONFERENCE PROGRAMME see: Conference programme.

Book of abstracts can be found here: Book of abstracts.


Conference will be held in the City Hotel, Ljubljana. For making your room reservation in the hotel, please fill out this Booking form and send it to the hotel's e-mail: reservations@cityhotel.si.


Below you can also have a look at the CONFERENCE PROGRAMME:

FRIDAY October 11

15:00 - 17:00 Registration

17:00 – 17:15 Welcome speech
Maša Žvelc, MSc & Assist. prof. Gregor Žvelc (Slovenia): 'Integrative Psychotherapy in Slovenia'

17:15 – 18:15 Keynote speech
Prof. Maria Gilbert (United Kingdom): 'Integrative Psychotherapy: the delicate art of negotiating difference.'

18:30 – 19:30 Panel discussion: ‘Values and Integrative Psychotherapy'
Ken Evans (Chair), Maria Gilbert, Joanna Hewitt Evans, Heward Wilkinson, Angela Carr (United Kingdom)


SATURDAY October 12

8:00 do 9:00 Registration

9:00 do 10:30 Workshops

W1a Integrating the living body into your therapy and supervision practice (Part 1)
Julianne Appel-Opper (Germany)

W2a An Integrative Therapy Workshop Interweaving CBT (Cognitive Behavior Therapy), Transactional Analysis, Redecision Therapy, Gestalt and KEG therapy cards (Keys to Emotional Growth) (Part 1)
Eleanor Avinor & Joanne Silman (Israel)

W3 Implementation/integration of qEEG (quantitative Electro Encephalo Gram) in thediagnosis and treatment (NeuroFeedBack) of child ADHD, Tourette, right hemisphere deficits and depression (mood disorders)
Philippe Vrancken & Kris Roose (Belgium)

W4 Beyond recovery: Joanna Hewitt Evans, Andy Ryan, Dave Greaves and Kathleen Carroll (United Kingdom)

10:30 do 11:00 Cofee break

11:00 do 12:30 Workshops and Panel discussion

W1b Integrating the living body into your therapy and supervision practice (Part 2)
Julianne Appel-Opper (Germany)

W2b An Integrative Therapy Workshop Interweaving CBT (Cognitive Behavior Therapy), Transactional Analysis, Redecision Therapy, Gestalt and KEG therapy cards (Keys to Emotional Growth) (Part 2)
Eleanor Avinor & Joanne Silman (Israel)

W5 Challenges in psychotherapy work with Introjects.
Maruša Zaletel & Jana Potočnik (Slovenia)

P2 Panel discussion: Integrative psychotherapy and neuroscience
Michael Randolph – Chair (France, Italy), Mario Salvador (Spain), Philippe Vrancken (Belgium) & Kris Roose (Belgium)

12:30 do 14:00 Break

14:00 do 15:00 Keynote speech
Dr. Ken Evans (United Kingdom and France): ‘Humour in Integrative Psychotherapy’

15:15 do 16:45 Workshops and Panel discussion

W6a Where you look affects what you feel. Brainspotting: Using self healing capacity of the brain to treat Trauma (Part 1)
Mario Salvador (Spain)

W7 Body Symptoms, dreams and creative Processes.
Zora Subotić (Croatia)

W8 Developing one's personal therapeutic approach: training and research perspectives.
Jan Roubal, Tomáš Řiháček, Markéta Skálová, Jana Koutná Kostínková (Czech)

P3 Panel discussion: Child and adolescence psychotherapy across Europe
Dubravka Kocijan Hercigonja – Chair (Croatia), Ken Evans (United Kingdom), Joanna Hewitt Evans (United Kingdom), Vesna Novković Hercigonja (Croatia), Mara Priceputu (Romania), Tanja Šraj (Slovenia)

16:45 do 17:00 Break

17:00 do 18:30 Workshops

W6a Where you look affects what you feel. Brainspotting: Using self healing capacity of the brain to treat Trauma (Part 2) Mario Salvador (Spain)

W9 Conceptual interaction – A therapeutic proces on the triangle of action, perception and will.
Suzanne Kempeneers (Belgium)

W10 Breakthrough in sexual diseases: The Integrative psychotherapy perspective.Simona Ramella Paia (Italy)

W11 Why integrative therapy with children? Integrative approach in the psychotherapy treatment of children.
Dubravka Kocijan Hercigonja & Vesna Novković Hercigonja (Croatia)

20:00 Social evening


SUNDAY October 13

9:00 do 10:30 Workshops

W12a Group psychotherapy – Teaching off the therapy(Part 1)
Bob Cooke (Great Britain)

W13a Traumatic Loss and resilience. Supporting post-traumatic growth (Part 1)
Albert Zandvoort (United Kingdom)

W14 A relatively new frontier: Bringing the body systematically into the psychotherapeutic process. Benefits, linkage, intricacy, pitfalls.
Michael Randolph (France, Italy)

W15 Dressed for dancing or be carried on a stretcher? – Dealing with existential anxiety.
Barbara Repinc Zupančič (Slovenia)

10:30 do 11:00 Cofee break

11:00 do 12:30 Workshops and Panel discussion

W12a Group psychotherapy – Teaching off the therapy (Part 2)
Bob Cooke (United Kingdom)

W13b Traumatic Loss and resilience. Supporting post-traumatic growth. (Part 2)Albert Zandvoort (United Kingdom)

W16 From Surviving to THRIVING! A Holistic Approach
Hannah Clarke (United Kingdom)

P4: Panel discussion: 'Panel for institute leaders and trainers: Juggling a lot of balls in the air: running a training institute.
Ken Evans – Chair (Great Britain), Panos Assimakis (Greece), Gina Chiriac (Romania), Bob Cooke (United Kingdom), Oana-Maria Popescu (Romania), Philippe Vrancken (Belgium), Gregor Žvelc (Slovenia), Maša Žvelc (Slovenia)

12:30 do 14:00 Break

14:00 do 15:00 Keynote speech Mario Salvador (Spain): ‘The Wisdom of Subcortical Brain and Self-Healing Capacities of Brain to Treat Trauma’

15:15 do 16:45 Workshops

W17 Mindfulness-and compassion-based psychotherapy and interventions.
Julia Wahl (Poland)

W18 Using play therapy for change in young children's partial script matrix.Tatjana Gjurković (Croatia)

W19 Integrative strategic psychotherapy: four domains of the Self and six psychological axes.
Oana-Maria Popescu & Loredana Drobot (Romania)

W20 A Recipe for success: therapeutic tasters to feed a school environment.
Lydia Noor (United Kingdom)

17:00 Closing ceremony
   
 
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