ACADEMIC PROGRAMME 16.8. – 19.8.2017

Preliminary programme.
Subject to change without notice.

Wednesday 16.08.2017, 1.45 – 3.15 pm

Sub plenaries

 

REFUGEES

John Schlapobersky
Flight, displacement and exile: the refugee challenge. Refugees lost in transition. The current crisis in Europe.

John Schlapobersky, Regine Scholz
Flight, displacement and exile: the refugee challenge.

Katrin Weiss
The reception of refugees in Germany

 

Justin Phipps, MJ Maher, Anne Morgan
Group analysis in Rwanda

 

EAST-WEST-GERMANY-FORUM

Kurt Hoehfeld, Jens Preil, Misselwitz, Christoph Seidler
East-west-forum

 

CHILDREN

Katrin Stumptner
Opening the SP Children

Monika Celebi
A friendly mirror – combining watch wait wonder with video interaction guidance in parent infant groups

Sheila Ritchie
Crossing the border into motherhood

Malmquist Saracino
The praxis of group analysis: to use the praxis and thinking of group analysis to promote attachment and relationship development between infants and parents

 

VIOLENCE

Pam Kleinot, Jurko Prochasko
Opening the SP Violence

Halyna Tsyhanenko, Olha Kukharuk
Coming back: what would Remarque write if he would be in the todays-Ukraine?

Vilena Kit
Transformation of gender identity of personality in the war, and the impact of changes that identity in the relationship between man and woman

 

SOCIAL UNCONSCIOUS

Haim Weinberg
Introduction to the social unconscious and to our panel, with examples from the Israeli SU

Haim Weinberg, Earl Hopper
Social unconscious panel in berlin 2017. The social unconscious and the tripartite foundation matrix: key concepts in group analysis

Paper presentations

 

Stefano Menella
Crossing borders and paths to inclusion: small psychotherapy groups as observatories of cultural exchanges and integration

Valerie Preston
Travelling like a refugee: a large group experience

Antony Froggett
Angst, Heimweh and Abenteuer: a group analyst‘s reflections on living for a year in Berlin

 

Hedda Amir
A jewish consultant in East Jerusalem: professionalism as a bridge over the muddied waters of national hostility

Angelika Gölz
Silent witness, bystander, “Mitläufer“ – where does collaboration begin

Christine Christie
Growing up in between – tensions and dangers of living in a divided land

 

Delegates of the Institutes / Marita Barthel-Rösing
Introducing into the landscape of german speaking institutes (1st session)

 

Sherein Abdeen, Elizabeth Berger
Displacement, occupation, and resilience in Palestine; a report on a school-based programme in mental health

Roberto Mineo, Hind Zahdeh
Beyond faiths and values: a catholic institution in a muslim society

 

Anne-Marie Cummins
Queering the social unconscious: an exploration of the transgender zeitgeist

Konstantinos Liolios
Exploring sexuality by means of visual deciption of dreams in group analytically oriented art therapy

Workshops

 

Adrienne Candy, Eve-Marie Kimmerling
The near impossibility of ”We” (1st session)

 

Ute Schaich
Diversity aware work with groups of children in institutions of early day care (0–3 years)

 

Frances Griffith, Teresa von Sommaruga Howard
Impassable borders, gender and finance: Blind spots or spots before our eyes?

 

Jale Cilasun, Maria Papanastassiou, Andy Thomas
Large group in training: Inclusion and exclusion in identity formation

 

Ofra Faiman
Bridge over troubled waters (1st session)

 

Marcia Honig
The art of building bridges: from boundaries to bonding

 

Mary Spreng-Courtney, Rudolf Olivieri
Trumpism in us – crossing borders between the virtual and the real (1st session)

 

Ray Haddock
Using systems-centered functional subgrouping to move from ”other” to ”we” (1st session)

Wednesday 16.08.2017, 3.45 – 5.15 pm

Sub plenaries

 

REFUGEES

Cornelius Katona
Flight, displacement and exile: the refugee challenge. The UK perspective on the ”Migrant Crisis” and Helen Bamber’s model of integrated care

Kate Bradshaw-Tauvon
I-thou philosophy – meeting strangers in Sweden – a personal reflection 2017

 

EAST-WEST-GERMANY-FORUM

Kurt Hoehfeld, Jens Preil, Misselwitz, Christoph Seidler
East-west-forum

 

CHILDREN

Kerstin Sischka
Trust in times of terror and risk? Group analytic perspectives on countering violent extremism (CVE)

Christoph Bialluch
The diagnostic-therapeutic network extremism – how can psychoanalytic thinking contribute to the prevention of extremism and to the practice of deradicalization?

Julia Berczyk
HAYAT-Germany: family counselling and de-radicalization in the context of Islamist extremism, radical Salafist groups or on the path of a violent Jihadist radicalization

 

VIOLENCE

Olena Podollyan, Natalia Shaposhnik
Usage of psychodynamic principles and techniques in complex therapy of traumatic stress effects among victims of military conflict in Ukraine

Oksana Nakonechna
Balancing on the edge: between the sufferer and the helper

Volodymyr Pogorily
Management of psychological service of Maidan

 

 

Anca Ditroi, Miriam Berger, Avi Berman, Robi Friedman, Lavie, Ofer, Shoshani
Personal, professional and political history in transgenerational transmission and blocks in group analysis: Malcolm Pines in a group-analytic interview with seven Israeli group analysts

Paper presentations

 

Tiziana Baisini
The challenges of living in a globalized technological world

Roit Dahan
Philosophy and catastrophe events: reading philosophy text in a group interpersonal conflict and effective communication

 

Christine Thornton
The centre cannot hold- or loosening the grip of the ethnic tent

Arturo Ezquerro
Attachment, stranger, Brexit and social consciousness

Paola Ceccon, Roberta Biolcati, Enrico Stenico
Inclusion and exclusion: we and the other

 

Tamar Todria
Preserving indigenous culture or spreading multiculturalism in Europe?

Helga Klug
The crisis in the unconscious – on the economy of the psyche in times of crisis

Andreas von Wallenberg Pachaly
Processes of inclusion end exclusion in ongoing modern group analysis. The burden of the barbarian within us: exploring projective mechanisms and countertransference feelings

 

Delegates of the Institutes / Marita Barthel-Rösing
Introducing into the landscape of german speaking institutes (2nd session)

Workshops

 

Kathrin Albert, Michal Eilon
What to do with our phantasies about the others? How to manage the social experiences of our ancestors and of the past? One German and one Israelic perspective

 

Petra Herwig
Painting as complementary therapy for psycho-dynamic group therapy

 

James Conway
Is how we practice dynamic administration anti-group and based on myth? (2nd session)

 

Adrienne Candy, Eve-Marie Kimmerling
The near impossible of “We“ (2nd session)

 

Ray Haddock
Using systems-centered functional subgrouping to move from ”other” to ”we” (2nd session)

 

Francesca Calandra
Beyond the border. Italian Mafias on the move (1st and 2nd session)

 

Ofra Faiman
Bridge over troubled waters (2nd session)

 

Mary Spreng-Courtney, Rudolf Olivieri
Trumpism in us – crossing borders between the virtual and the real (2nd session)

 

Bracha Hadar, Orit Mass-Goldmann
From exclusion to inclusion: the inner ability to grow in a process of transformation

 

Kalliopi Panagiotopoulou
Strangers in the same homeland

Thursday 17.08.2017, 1.45 – 3.15 pm

Sub plenaries

 

REFUGEES

Antonio D’Angio
Flight, displacement and exile: the reception policies of refugees in Italy, between European inadequacies, attempts to good practice and group-analytic transcultural experiences

Regine Scholz
The German welcoming culture – some thougths about its psychodynamics

 

SOCIAL UNCONSCIOUS

Carla Penna
The ”fear of miscegenation” in matrices and its relevance to Europe today

Kaoru Nishimura
Trauma, shame, guilt, and the social unconscious in Japan

Yael Doron
Collective black holes and social hashtag

Ravit Raufman
Fairy tales and the social unconscious: the case of Palestinian women

 

CHILDREN & VIOLENCE

Sheila Melzak
What are the roots of HATRED?

Julia Vynnytska
Therapeutic setting ”RaDity” for children of war in Ukraine

 

Benjamin Mayer-Foulkes
The cipher and the hyphen: On being my grandfather’s grandson

 

Zamo Mbele, Loyiso Maqubela, Batetshi Matenge
Inside out – inter and intra group analysis from psychotherapists in contemporary South Africa

 

Film
Wagen nach Wien

Paper presentations

 

Corina Grace
Endings and loss in mergers and acquisitions: An exploration of group analytic theory

Helena Klimova
On the beauty of having and keeping boundaries

 

Marijana Ajdukovic, Sanja Dimitrijevic, Stefan Cerovina
Crossing Borders – Sebian reflective citizens’ and their matrices in dialogues

Stephan Alder
Reflections after the encounter of Russian, Ukrainian and German colleagues in a group analytical conference 2015 ”Trialog-Conference”

 

Tal Alon
The role of border crossing in dismantling and forming allicances with the stranger

Wolfgang Martin Roth
Group analysis in time of war. A Ukraine experience

Workshops

 

Helga Felsberger
The vocal matrix and group attachment. The importance of listening and speaking in experiencing otherness and self

 

Monique Leferink op Reinink
Crossing borders: how the body shapes the mind

 

Sheila Melzak
The Baobab Centre – working with young refugees and asylum seekers in the UK

 

Leah Chaikin, Gila Ofer
The four levels of communication group analysis and in the Kabalah

 

Joanna Skowronska, Angela Schmidt-Bernhardt
Poland and Germany – borders in history and in our minds; free floating discussion is the way of crossing psychological borders (1st session)

 

Leyla Navaro, Yael Doron
Whispers of the ”Untold Known”

 

Aisha Balola, Maaly Gurashi
Group analytic experience in Karthoum/ Sudan il Karthoum/ Sudan

 

Katrin Ackerl-Konstantin, Johannes Bracht, Yvonne Brandl, Dorothee Dietrich, Bernd Heimerl, Regina Klein + guests
Bordercrosser’s experience – participative creation of transformational spaces (1st session)

 

Helge Jannink
Shame as the common third – reflexions on sex education in groups of minor refugees

 

Handel Oded, Elad Tammy
”Life without music would be a mistake” (Nietzsche) (1st session)

 

Stephan Heyne, Beate Grunert-Baillet
Talking without words (1st session)

Thursday 17.08.2017, 3.45 – 5.15 pm

Sub plenaries

 

REFUGEES

Holger Brandes
PEGIDA: A challenge for group analysis?

Christiane Bakhit
We are refugees too

 

SOCIAL UNCONSCIOUS

Eran Shadach, Shulamit Geller
ISIS, myth & reality: from the Abrahamic to the reversed family

Gila Ofer
A shared language? Gender, desire, and the social unconscious

Marina Mojovic
Reparative grand-mothering. ”Knitting/Patching” the trauma cracks in the foundation matrices

 

VIOLENCE

Pam Kleinot
Pam Kleinot in conversation with Sylvia Hutchinson about growing up under state terrorism in South Africa

Dick Blackwell
Freedom fighter vs terrorist

 

CHILDREN

Ursula Wienberg, Matthias Wenck
Wildness, feeling sheltered and taming in the space of the group

Hernan Favelukes
The conductor’s inter-functional model as mirroring of the process in a group of children working through a period of terrorist attacks

 

Film
Wagen nach Wien

Paper presentations

 

Cosmin Chita
Northfield reloaded

Svein Tjelta
Words not swords: will it make a difference to the differences?

 

Marija Jevtic
Applied reflective citizens as a bridge in migration challenge – example from Novi Sad, EU Capital of Culture 2021

Suzi Shoshani, Robi Friedman, Pnina Rapapport, Joffe Milstein, Sahar Rouhana
Walking together: The Sandwich Model – a group analytic application to conflict-dialogue. Enabling acknowledgement and recognition of the way to transform the dialogue between two different narratives: Israeli Arabs and Jews in Israel 2016/2017

Sabah-Teicher, Netanely, Biran, Ezra
“The Face of the Father in the Face of the Other” – inter-generational dialogue in the social dream matrix as a key for social transfomation

 

Anastassios Koukis
Aspects of the Greek social unconscious. From superego fragmentation and splitting processes to foreclosure of the symbolic

Heike Bill
“What belongs together will now grow together‘ (Willy Brandt): Separation versus integration in the United Germany, 27 years after the Wende

Tamar Eyni Lehman
A people’s migration journey: to the promised land?

 

Patricia Johnson-Peterson
The group analytic approach: working in traumatised communities

Konstantinos Liolios
Solidarity and understanding: an attemp to approach the immigrant/refugee psychological condition

Sasha Roseneil
Struggles of participation and belonging: citizenship, difference and mental health in the multiculural city

 

Joshua Lavie
The castration of Foulkes’s heritage

Dieter Sandner
Lines of development in group analysis

Martin Weimer
A critical view on the origin-mythical dimension and the Jungian tradition in Foulkes’ concept of the „matrix“

Workshops

 

Katrin Stumptner, Christa Franke, Dietlind Köhncke
Crossing borders – in all sensual qualities: body, sound, rythm, image and words in dialogue (Workshop only for members of the orchestra)

 

Ronnie Levine, Frances Griffiths, Leyla Navaro
The national leader‘s response to social upheaval

 

Joanna Skowronska, Angela Schmidt-Bernhardt
Poland and Germany – borders in history and in our minds; free floating discussion is the way of crossing psychological borders (2nd session)

 

Mike Tait
The meaning of boundary

 

Sue Lieberman
Migration history, lost memory

 

Stefan Ceronvina, Sanja Dimitrijevic, Marijana Ajdukovic, Pavle Milosevic
Reflective citizen matrix in post-factual world

 

Katrin Ackerl-Konstantin, Johannes Bracht, Yvonne Brandl, Dorothee Dietrich, Bernd Heimerl, Regina Klein + guests
Bordercrosser’s experience – participative creation of transformational spaces (2nd session)

 

Handel Oded, Elad Tammy
”Life without music would be a mistake” (Nietzsche) (2nd session)

 

Stephan Heyne, Beate Grunert-Baillet
Talking without words (2nd session)

Friday 18.08.2017, 1.45 – 3.15 pm

Sub plenaries

 

REFUGEES AND CHILDREN

Bitenge Makuka, Sheila Melzak, Justin Phipps
Exploring the multiple practical and psychological needs and resiliencies of young asylum seekers and refugees in the UK

Irene Mitraki
Increasing the resilience

 

 

Sharma Parkhe, Anando Chatterji
Meeting the mental challenge for those with personality difficulties

Anne Lindhard, Xu Yong, Earl Hopper, Robi Friedman
Group Analysis in China

 

RESEARCH

Introduction Kristian Valbak

Kristian Valbak, Bernhard Strauss, Steinar Lorentzen, Christer Sandahl
Research in group analytic and group psychodynamic psychotherapy. What have we achieved so far? What strategy can we have for the future?

Steinar Lorentzen
Short-term group analytic psychotherapy

 

VIOLENCE

Estela V. Welldon
Persecution of psychoanalysts in Argentina’s dirty war

Elizabeth Berger
Terrorism: the underside of non-recognition

 

SOCIAL UNCONSCIOUS

Regine Scholz
The world in a nutshell – how foundation matrices show up in dynamic matrices

Helena Klimova
Crossing borders social, cultural and clinical changes

Linde Wotton
The musical foundation matrix and the improvisation of belonging

 

MUSIC (1)

Ido Peleg, Linde Wotton, Marit Joffe-Milstein, Tiziana Baisini
Novelty, harmony and invention: listening to the music of the group

 

GROUP ANALYTIC DICTIONARY

Rachel A. Chejanovsky, Svein Tjelta, Marina Mojovic, Carmen O‘Leary
From Babel to Polyphony

Paper presentations

 

Vassilis Menoutis, George Menoutis, Konstantina Menoutis
Rage (capacitor/thunderbolt phenomena) and reward in groups:
1. Reward and neuroscience
2. Rage and neuroscience
3. Rage, ‚Koinonia‘ and large groups in Hellenic armed forces

 

Marita Barthel-Rösing, Ruth Beckenbauer, Harald Küster
Aspects of migration and globalization within group analytic supervision in organizations

 

Liat Ariel
The pie: The struggle of women to emerge from the background and occupy a space of their own

Margaret Gallop
Singing lullabies in a strange land: Group supervision of parent and baby groups in multi-cultural settings

Patricia Poppe
Application of group analysis – school for parents

 

Orna Megides, Yifat Cohen Ezer
Using expressive arts therapy in a support group for siblings who have lost a sibling to cancer

Toby Shechter
”Is that a fish in your ear?” Translation as a transformable process in communication in a deaf analytic group

 

Ioannis Nikolis, Anastasia Patrikiou, Potios Giotakis
Death in an analytic group

Vid Vanja Vodusek, Kaja Pavlin
In transition. A combined (inand out-patient) psychotherapeutic group for the elderly

Workshops

 

Katrin Stumptner, Christa Franke, Dietlind Köhncke
Crossing borders – in all sensual qualities: body, sound, rhythm, image and words in dialogue

 

Giovanna Cantarella, Bettina Fink
Experiential workshop

Transgenerational perspectives in women life (EATGA methology)
(max. 15 participants)

 

Einar Gudmundsson
Sibling relationships in group analysis

 

Sima Ariam
The use of actual mirrors as means to find “sameness” and overcome “otherness” in times of crossing borders social, cultural and clinical challenges

 

Ronnie Levine
Becoming comfortable with uncomfortable feelings

 

Angela Schmidt-Bernhardt, Renate Jorkowski
Group analysis and education cultural diversity, cultural boundaries and confusion of identity. Workshop for social workers, teachers and supervisors

 

Liat Warhaftig Aran
The forbidden talk – the contribution of the conductor’s self-disclosure – a supervision workshop

 

Joan Fogel, Belinda Moller
Do teachers need or want group analysis?

 

Johanna Winkler
Application and further development of group therapy mediated by an interpreter for patients from different cultural backgrounds

 

Cornelia Krause-Girth
Mirroring group for leadlerless groups – invited are all participants of leaderless groups and interested others

Friday 18.08.2017, 3.45 – 5.15 pm

Sub plenaries

 

REFUGEES AND CHILDREN

Hubertus Adam
A transgenerational nightmare

Joachim Walter
Refugee families in the group and as a group

 

RESEARCH

C. Oberbracht, S. Pless, Ole Karkov, Dieter Nitzgen
Evaluating patients for group psychotherapy. A group specific diagnostic tool based on Operationalized Psychodynamic Disgnostics (OPD-2)

Dimitris Livas, George Gioukakis, Athanassia Kakouri, K. Lianos, I. Ioannis K. Tsegos
Research on therapeutic alliance during the course of dyadic psychotherapy in an outpatient group analytic psychotherpeutic center

 

VIOLENCE

Benjamin Mayer-Foulkes
Violence as social bon: reflections on trafficking in contemporary Mexico

Avi Berman
At the mouth of the volcano: on the presence and absence of traumatic shared reality in therapy

 

SOCIAL UNCONSCIOUS

John Hook
Boundaries not to be crossed. The impact of sexual boundary violations on psychotherapy organisations

 

MUSIC (1)

Ido Peleg, Linde Wotton, Marit Joffe-Milstein, Tiziana Baisini
Novelty, harmony and invention: listening to the music of the group

 

GROUP ANALYTIC DICTIONARY

Rachel A. Chejanovsky, Svein Tjelta, Marina Mojovic, Carmen O‘Leary
From Babel to Polyphony

Paper presentations

 

Angelo Silvestri, Lorenita Colombani, Maurizio Frassin, Alessandra Furin
How many sessions? With who? Conjoint and combined therapy for severe personality disorders

Hermann Staats, Dorothe Türk
Concurrent individual and group therapy

 

Olesandr Filts, Zoriana Koshulyns‘ka
Transitional space in treatment of ATO veterans in a psychiatric hospital

Wendy Delyse Schaffer
Clinical challenges: Small group as ”Envelope of Suffering”. Lasting impact of traumatic border crossings

 

Mário David
The therapist facing the group. Theoretical and clinical reflections

Silvia Formentin, Angelo Silvestri
Feeling, standing, dreaming: Psychodynamic observing function and therapeutic effects in a group for cocaine addiction

Ioannis Nikolis, Anastasia Patrikiou, Fotios Giotakis
Patients with cancer in analytic groups

 

Anneli Bittner
Twin phenomena during a transformation process

Tija Despotovic
Transformative potential at the borders of life and death of a small analytic group

 

Cornelia Krause-Girth, Erhard Tietel
Leaderless groups within the training institute GRAS in Germany

Workshops

 

Vida Rakic Glisic, Snezana Kecojevic Miljevic, Jovanka Cvetkovic, Milijana Niskanovic
Cold war Yugoslavia and training in group analysis

 

RESEARCH

Sigmund Karterud, Ulrich Schultz-Ventrath
Mentalization-based Group Therapies (MBT-G) in comparison with Psychodynamic Group Therapies (PDGT)

 

Jale Cilasun, Lawrence Ladden
Contemplative median group – every morning

 

Clare Gerada
Healing doctors through groups

 

Andreas von Wallenberg Pachaly
Group analysis with victims of extreme traumatization

 

Robert M. Moore, Kathleen Hubbs Ulman
Reflexive group supervision: An affect focused model

 

Joseph Acosta
Languaging our internal responses: Establishing the foundations of emotional connection in psychotherapy groups

 

Anja Khalil, Carla Maria Weber
Stumbling at the first step

 

John Schlapobersky, Svein Tjelta
Making a difference to difference two group analytic authors interview each other about words in group analysis

 

Richard Beck
Trauma, group and human resiliency: how culture influences and informs both our interventions and our self-care

 

Gloria Mateu i Vives
Short term psychodynamic group psychotherapy for young, adult and old people in an outpatient mental health services: ”What works for whom?”

Saturday 19.08.2017, 1.45 – 3.15 pm

Sub plenaries

 

REFUGEES

Chatherine Mela
The psychotherapeutic approach of the psychological migration trauma in cultural epidemiology

Monika Schröder, Dieter Kunzke, Ljiljana Joksimovic
Psychosomatic care for traumatized refugees – ”Düsseldorfer Model” of good practice

 

 

Thor Kristian Island
Self disclosure, trust and shame in the supervision matrix

 

CHILDREN

Klelia Galani, Bessy Karagianni, Thalis Papadakis, I.K. Tsegos
Children’s therapy in groups

Danilo Pesic, Milica Lazarevic, Marija Jeric, Radica Stancetic
Modified group analytic therapy with adolescents in psychiatric institution: our model and our experience

Leah Chaikin
Crossing the borders of therapeutic languages

 

 

Estela V. Welldon
The therapeutic challenge group analytic therapy applied to those “excluded and misunderstood” from and by society

Klaus Hoffmann
Group analysis and forensics –foundations and clinical practice

 

RESEARCH

Steinar Lorentzen
Process-outcome relationships in short- and longterm psychodynamic group psychotherapy: a randomized clinical trial

Johanna Levallius
We becomes me: personality change after group-therapy for eating disorder

 

VIOLENCE

Bill Roller
Definitions of terror: fort hood and cross-cultural empathy applied to US drone strikes

Paper presentations

 

Tony Hamburger, Assie Gildenhuys
Re-thinking ”role-palying” as an extended group analytic training method for community based facilitators

Anastasios Koukis
One group analysis or many? Quantum theory and mathematical symmetry/ asymmetry perspectives in the group-analytic group

 

Sarah Tucker, Amelie Noack
Leadership and authority in groups: two new concepts

Göran Ahlin
Movement possibilities between leadership positions in group analytic psychotherapy

 

Paula Carvalho, Jutta Gliem (EGATIN)
Crossing borders in group analytic training (1st session)

Workshops

 

Maria Papanastassiou, Alan Larney
Group analytically informed Balint groups

 

Claudia Arlo
DBT and group psychotherapy: an integrative lens

 

Liat Warhaftig Aran
Crossing the border to uncharted waters – the contribution of group analysis to the working through of love and passion (1st session)

 

Angela Schmidt-Bernhardt
Creative writing in group analysis (1st session)

 

Anne Mccarthy
Culturally induced shame in pregnancy a group analytic response

 

Konstantinos Morogiannis, Anastasios Koukis
Towards a new group-analytic model

 

Roberta Mineo, Andreas Silva
Closing borders and opening boundaries

 

Peter Potthoff, Michael, Lacher, Fotini Tilkeridou-Wolf, Dominique Mylona, Nikos Lamnidis, Sofia Maria Moraitu
Workshop on psychoanalysis and group analysis (1st session)

 

Marina Mojovic, Marita Barthel-Rösing
Group analytic “music” in harmony and disruptions across GASi landscapes. Listening, playing, reflecting & dreaming the future of relationships among our fields (1st session)

 

RESEARCH

David Glyn, Peter Zelaskowski
Writing the group – a phenomenographic workshop

 

Marie-Luise Alder
Observations from Trialog Conference – Russian, Ukrainian and German encounter

Saturday 19.08.2017, 3.45 – 5.15 pm

Sub plenaries

 

REFUGEE

Ulrike Kluge, Jens Preil
How does group work in Arabic?

CLOSING PANEL

 

CHILDREN

Katrin Stumptner
Curriculum development for group analysis with children and adolescents. A transgenerational group process from 2006-14 between members of six German speaking IGAs

MJ Maher
Grandparents – anchoring new generation

CLOSING PANEL

 

RESEARCH

Angela Sordano
Crossing identities: the birth of new potential self configurations in the adolescent group treatment. A qualitative research

Elizabeth O‘Connor
Supervisors‘ experiences of evaluating psychotherapy trainees

Kai Leitemo, Hanne Vestbo
The development of trainee and trainer group therapists/analysts during one year of group analytic training: A process-outcome study of interpersonal problems, therapist factors and group processes

 

VIOLENCE

Bill Roller
New film series on group process research: group dynamics and the new heroism; the ethical alternative to the Stanford Prison Experiment

CLOSING PANEL

Paper presentations

 

Christine Thornton
Towards a group analytic praxis working with teams / in organisations

Roberta Mineo, Mona Rakhawy
Across the river of desire: the frailty of working with the other

 

Cosmin Chita
Many groups for many – one group for all

Ido Peleg, Marit Joffe-Millstein, Ilana Kremer
A staff ongoing large group in a psychiatric hospital – 4 years of experience

 

Werner Beck
”The Tao in group analysis” with a video presentation

Kevin Power
Primordial memories eternally present: our primordial experience examined as the elemental experience for humanity – and group analysis

Alexandros Argyropoulos
Archetypes at work: Using an object in a group-analytic group

 

Paula Carvalho, Jutta Gliem (EGATIN)
Crossing borders in group analytic training (2nd session)

 

BALINT Paper Presentation

Nuno Florencio
Balint groups – training and research groups of the doctor- patient relationship

Avi Berman, Gila Ofer
Field theory: the shared space of groups analysis and the relational approach

Workshops

 

RESEARCH

Sigmund Karterud, Ulrich Schultz-Ventrath
Mentalization-based Group Therapies (MBT-G) in comparison with Psychodynamic Group Therapies (PDGT)

 

David Glyn, Regine Scholz, Tija Despotovic, Bessi Karagianni, Denisa Schukova
GASi summer school bridging workshop

 

Michael Tait
”Meet and match the moment of hope” (Winnicott)

 

Anca Ditroi, Bruce Oppenheimer
Crossing borders and being crossed: the matrix of conference

 

Liat Warhaftig Aran
Crossing the border to uncharted waters – the contribution of group analysis to the working through of love and passion (2nd session)

 

Angela Schmidt-Bernhardt
Creative writing in group analysis (2nd session)

 

Patricia Johnson-Petersen
Nighttrain to Berlin – a workshop on heglian logic and group-analysis

 

Peter Potthoff, Michael Lacher, Fotini Tilkeridou-Wolf, Dominique Mylona, Nikos Lamnidis, Sofia Maria Moraitu
Workshop on psychoanalysis and group analysis (2nd session)

 

Marina Mojovic, Marita Barthel-Rösing
Group analytic “music” in harmony and disruptions across GASi landscapes. Listening, playing, reflecting & dreaming the future of relationships among our fields (2nd session)

 

Bracha Hadar
Who is sitting in the circle? Body, mind or bodymind?