Scientific Programme


THURSDAY, 28th NOVEMBER. SIMULTANEOUS WORKSHOPS

15.00h. Presentation of accreditation, documentation, Spanish book and bibliographic dossier of the Course.

Workshop schedule:   16.30h - 18.00h  
                                18.00h - 18.30h Rest and Coffee Break
                                18.30h - 20.00h

WORKSHOP 1
“The practice of psychosocial rehabilitation in the current mental health care”


Prof. Francisco R. Pulido,
Professor of Psychiatry University of La Laguna (Tenerife) and Prof. Ricardo Guinea, Former President of World Association for Psychosocial Rehabilitation.

WORKSHOP 2
“Early intervention in psychosis: a critical overview"


Prof. Vicente Ibáñez Rojo

Director of the Early Intervention Program in Psychosis of Almeria.

WORKSHOP 3
“Multifamily therapies: community intervention in psychosis through interfamilial therapy”


Prof. Javier Sempere

Director of Interfamily Therapy Center of Elche, Alicante.

WORKSHOP 4
"Drama therapy in persons with severe mental disorder"


Prof. Pedro Miguel Martín Cuadrado

Responsible for the area of Drama Therapy of the Canary Island Association of Creative Therapies-ASCATEC.

Note: All the workshops will be in Spanish. No simultaneous translation will be provided.

FRIDAY, 29th NOVEMBER. MORNING

08.30h Presentation of accreditation, documentation, book and bibliographic dossier of the Course

09.00h COURSE INAUGURATION

09.30h

“A CENTURY OF GROUP PSYCHOTHERAPY IN PSYCHOSIS”

Prof. Manuel González de Chávez

Ex- President of the International Society for the Psychological and Social Approaches to Psychosis.

 

“HOW AND WHY GROUP THERAPY IN PSYCHOSIS IS USEFUL”

Prof. Ignacio García Cabeza
Professor of Psychiatry. Complutense University of Madrid. Hospital Gregorio Marañon.

 
  COLLOQUIUM

11.30h

REST AND COFFEE BREAK

12.00h

”GROUP CBT FOR INDIVIDUALS WITH PSYCHOSIS: UNDERSTANDING ITS EFFECTIVENESS ON SYMPTOMS AND WORK OUTCOMES”

“WHAT ABOUT LOVE? GROUP INTERVENTION FOR THE DEVELOPMENT OF ROMANTIC RELATIONSHIPS IN EARLY PSYCHOSIS”

Prof. Tania Lecomte
Professor in the Department of Psychology, Université de Montréal, and Senior Researcher at the Research Center of the Mental Health University Institute of Montreal.

  COLLOQUIUM

14.00h

LUNCH


FRIDAY, 29th NOVEMBER. AFTERNOON

16.00h

“DEAR PSYCHOSIS, YOU’VE PULLED MY FAMILY CLOSER TOGETHER, THANKS. MULTI-FAMILY GROUP EXPERIENCES IN AN EARLY INTERVENTION IN PSYCHOSIS SERVICE”

“THERE IS NOTHING MORE TERRIBLE THAN A LACK OF RESPONSE. THE CHALLENGE FOR PRACTITIONERS AND SERVICES IMPLEMENTING OPEN DIALOGUE”

Prof. Val Jackson
Systemic psychotherapist, Open Dialogue Trainer.

COLLOQUIUM

17.30h REST AND COFFEE BREAK

18.00h

“PEER SUPPORT INTERVENTIONS: WHERE WE STARTED AND WHERE WE ARE NOW”

“PARTNERING WITH PEOPLE WITH MENTAL ILLNESS TO ENHANCE RESEARCH AND PROGRAMS”

Prof. Chyrell D. Bellamy
Associate Professor of Yale School of Medicine’s Department of Psychiatry, Program for Recovery and Community Health, Director of Peer Services/ Research.
                        
COLLOQUIUM

 

SATURDAY 30th November, MORNING

09.30h

"USES AND ABUSES OF COMMUNITY MEETINGS ON PSYCHIATRIC WARDS’

“STAFF SUPPORT GROUPS: BENEFITS AND RISKS AND HOW TO MANAGE THEM”

Prof. David Kennard
Clinical psychologist and Group analyst.
Former Head of Psychological Therapy at The Retreat in York

 

COLLOQUIUM

11.30h

REST AND COFFEE BREAK

12.00h

"THE PSYCHOTIC EXPERIENCES MIRRORED IN THE PSYCHOTHERAPEUTIC SETTINGS: THE MIND AND BRAIN IN DISCOORDINATION"

“THE PLACE OF SUPERVISION IN THE TREATMENT OF PATIENTS SUFFERING FROM PSYCHOSIS: A PSYCHODYNAMIC APPROACH"

Prof. Ivan Urlić
Professor of Psychiatry and Psychological Medicine University of Split, Croatia, Group analyst.

13.30h

CLOSING COLLOQUIUM

Ivan Urlić, David Kennard, Val Jackson,
Tania Lecomte and Chyrell Bellamy

 

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