Sub plenaries, Wednesday 16.08.2017

3.45 – 5.15

Preliminary programme.
Subject to change without notice.

Maritim

Chairs:
Regine Scholz
John Schlapobersky

working with REFUGEES

192
Cornelius Katona

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

198
Kate Bradshaw-Tauvon

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

Room 15

Chair:
Stephan Alder

217 (2)
Kurt Hoehfeld, Ulrike Kluge, Irene Misselwitz, Jens Preil, Christoph Seidler

East-west-forum

Room 16

Chair:
Katrin Stumptner

working with CHILDREN

157
Kerstin Sischka

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

158
Christoph Bialluch

The diagnostic-therapeutic network extremism – how can psychoanalytic thinking contribute to the prevention of extremism and to the practice of de-radicalization?

159
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

Room 17

Chair:
Pam Kleinot

working with VIOLENCE

214
Olena Podollyan, Natalia Shaposhnik

Usage of psychodynamic principles and techniques in complex therapy of traumatic stress effects among victims of military conflict in Ukraine

231
Volodymyr Pogorily

Management of psychological service of Maidan

Room 21

Chair:
Anca Ditroi

116
Anca Ditroi, Miriam Berger, Avi Berman, Robi Friedman, Joshua Lavie, Gila Ofer, Suzi Shoshani

Malcolm Pines in a group-analytic interview with seven Israeli group analysts. On the founding and growth of group analysis; a transpersonal view