8-9 OCTOBER 2021  updated  14 July 2021

PRELIMINARY PROGRAMME Subject to changes

 

LECTURES

  • Ivana Slavkovic & Vesna Petrović  

From Discriminatory Practice to a Vision of Society Organized around People’s Needs: The Role of Psychotherapy

  • Hilde Vleugels

THE CHAOS WHISPERER: Creativity and Integration

  • Joanna Kato

When Psychotherapy Meets Social Responsibility  

  • Heward Wilkinson

Impossible Questions for an Impossible Profession: the Philosophy of Psychotherapy

  • Oana Maria Popescu

A New Classification of Common Factors in Integrative Psychotherapy

  • Corina Elena Antoaneta Levu

Connections against the odds:  how to create intimacy in Personal Development Groups for psychotherapy trainees -online groups during the pandemic-

  • Delicato Triona

The use of practices of self-compassion and self-help from the side of a new psychotherapist. Qualitative study with the use of thematic analysis

  • McConnell Anita,

The therapists take care – Shame is in the room

  • Neagu Andreea, Romania

Play Therapy as a creative means to accessing the Self

  • Iva Enachescu-Hroncova,  & Vladimir  A. Enachescu,  Romania

Creativity in integrated psychotherapy/Knobloch

 

LECTURES IN GREEK WITH TRANSLATION

  • Nioni Valiannatou and  Giannis Nestoros

Parallel use of biofeedback and integrative psychotherapy for the evolution of brain activity

  • Yanna Anagnostou

Inside mirror of external and reverse

  • Anna Dourdouma

Co-constructing  a new narrative in integrative couple therapy

 

ROUND TABLES WITH TRANSLATION IN ENGLISH

  1. Greek Professional Association of Drama and Play Therapists (GPADPT)
  • From chaos to creativity and from creativity where?

Facilitators Aristea Kontrafouri, president (GPADPT)

Giannoula Fragoulidou, vice president

Participants -presenters: Lena Peponi, Olga Dimopoulou, Poly Stathopoulou

 

  1. Open Psychotherapy Centre
  • Multifactorial approach in the therapy of children and adolescents
  • Coping with traumatic experiences in a communal setting
  • A multifactorial approach for severely disturbed patients.

 

EXPERIENTIAL WORKSHOPS IN ENGLISH

  • IMPOSSIBLE QUESTIONS FOR AN IMPOSSIBLE PROFESSION: THE PHILOSOPHY OF PSYCHOTHERAPY

Wilkinson Heward,  

  • RELATIONAL MINDFULNESS AND COMPASSION IN INTEGRATIVE

PSYCHOTHERAPY

 Gregor Zvelc & Masa Zvelc,

  • THE CHALLENGE OF ‘RELATIONAL ETHICS’

 Finley Linda

  • FILMS AND CINEMA AS INTERVENTIONS IN INTEGRATIVE PSYCHOTHRAPY

Popescu Oana Maria

  • WORKING WITH DREAMS INTEGRATIVELY

 Mitchell  Claire

  • RELATIONAL INTEGRATIVE SUPERVISION: Meeting the Relational Needs of the Supervisee.

Hewitt Evans Joanna