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Friday August 30th:
Lived experience takes the lead

Day 2, Friday August 30th : Lived experience takes the lead
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SORT

TIME VENUE

NAME - ABSTRACT

PICTURE

TITLE

Registration for the conference

07.00 – 19.00 h

Ground floor

Parallel sessions

08.00 – 09.30 h

See below

Short coffee break

09.15 – 09.30 h

Foyer

Chairs

09.30 – 09.45 h

Willem Burger Zaal

Chair Debra Lampshire

Introduction

Irene van der Giessen

Keynote Speaker

09.45 – 10.15 h

Willem Burger Zaal

Brenda Froyen

275

How the treatment of my psychosis estranged me from myself and my family

Keynote Speaker

10.15 – 10.45 h

Willem Burger Zaal

Jen Kilyon

313

Comment from a person from family movement

Keynote Speaker

10.45 – 11.15 h

Willem Burger Zaal

Marcus Evans

272

Nobody speaks my language ’Psychoanalytic understanding of psychotic communications’

Short Coffeebreak

11.15 – 11.45 h

Foyer

Debate with the audience, starting with a short poem by Jeanny Severijns

11.45 – 12.30 h

Willem Burger Zaal

How to bridge the gap?

Lunch and poster sessions

12.30 – 13.30 h

Ground floor

Poster sessions

Lived experience Festival

Madness meets Creativity
(Beautiful Distress, the 5th Season)
Open to anyone!

13.30 – 17.00 h

Van Beuningen Zaal

Chairs: Angèle de Jong,
Esther Vossen and
Wilco Tuinebreijer

274

Parallel sessions

13.30 – 15.00 h

See below

Short Coffeebreak

15.00 – 15.30 h

Foyer

Parallel sessions

15.30 – 17.00 h

See below

Keynote Speaker +

Discussion

17.00 – 18.00 h

Willem Burger Zaal

Ingo Lambrecht

317

Scaffolding ‘psychosis’: holding it lightly with culture and compassion

Conference dinner during a cruise around Rotterdam harbours

Tickets available at the registration desk

19.00 h – Rotterdam

Parallel sessions, 8.00 – 9.30 on day 2

SORT

TIME VENUE

NAME - ABSTRACT

PICTURE

TITLE

Symposium 2

Creativity and art for treatment purposes

08.00 – 09.30 h

Hudig Zaal

Maurizio Peciccia, Varazze
Francesca Bonino
G. Guisto, S.Porazzo, C Vecchiato, R. Carrozzino

101-Abstract

Creativity and art for treatment purposes

Mary Coaten, Durham

056-Abstract

Movement, dance and the imaginal: an experiential workshop

Symposium 11

Psychosis as structure

08.00 – 09.30 h

Van Weelde Zaal

Helene Stephensen, Broendby
Sara Linstow, Annick Urfer Parnas

137-Abstract

A phenomenological-empirical investigation of double reality and its manner of expression in schizophrenia spectrum disorders

Symposium 17

The healing community according to msi

08.00 – 09.30 h

Willem Burger Zaal

Del Prete, Fernando, Casoria (Neaples)
Tommaso Biccardi
Simona Di Gaetano
Grazia Marchesiello

35

The healing community according to msi (Integrated Structural Model) The virtuous circle for the cure of Psychotic patients

Symposium 18
A refuge for the stranger in the city

08.00 – 09.30 h

Schadee Zaal

Ludi van Bouwel, Leuven (chair)
S. Guiot, L. Joos, B. Reynders,
D. Bryssinck

038-Abstract, 262-Abstract, 263-Abstract, 264-Abstract, 265-Abstract

A refuge for the stranger in the city
– Building the hospital atmosphere good enough to meet the stranger?
– Sint-Joris, psychotherapeutic unit for young adults with psychosis
– Villa Voortman, a meeting house in the city

Workshop 6

Building communities of healing

08.00 – 09.30 h

Van Beuningen Zaal

Megan Mateer, Amsterdam
Grazyna Frackiewicz

080-Abstract

Building diverse communities of healing- bridging silos and cultivating connected culture

Workshop 7

Reducing Hospitalization by Using Emotional CPR

08.00 – 09.30 h

Mees Zaal

Oryx Cohen, Grafton
Dr. D.B. Fisher

087-Abstract

Reducing Hospitalization by Using Emotional CPR in Communicating with People in Altered States

Workshop 15

The challenge of leaving the hospital and regaining the city

08.00 – 09.30 h

Van Rijcke-vorsel Zaal

Ifigeneia Skyllakou, Lausanne
Marie-Anne Brisard, Marie-Cecile
Lallement, Pierre Lequin,
Fabrice Herrera

151-Abstract

‘Chronic and resistant symptoms: the challenge of leaving the hospital and regaining the city’

Workshop 25

CBT and psychoanalysis

08.00 – 09.30 h

Ruys Zaal

M. Garrett, Brooklyn New York

026-Abstract

Why Is Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy Successful With Some Persons Suffering From Psychosis and Not Others? Resistances to Using Logic in CBTp

M. Garrett, Brooklyn New York
024-Abstract

Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy for Psychosis (CBTp) in a Psychoanalytic Frame

M. Garrett, Brooklyn New York
025-Abstract

The Utility of Melanie Klein’s Concept of a Persecutor In Understanding Paranoid Psychosis

Oral session 6
Chair: Cecilie Brovig Almas

Trauma and Psychosis

08.00 – 09.30 h

Van der Vorm Zaal

Young-Chul Chung, Jeonju
Yohan Lee, Kwangju

051-Abstract

Psychological mechanisms mediating the link between childhood trauma and suicidality in patients with first episode psychosis

F. Rossi, Bergamo
D. Piras

212-Abstract

Repairing the wounds: traumas of origins, journey and adaption

Cathy Thorley, London

213-Abstract

Using Eye Movment Desensitisation and Reprocessing (EMDR) to Heal Trauma in People with a Label of Psychosis and their Families

Workshop 42

Biomedical Model versus Open Dialogue

08.00 – 09.30 h

Plate Zaal

Satu Beverly

258-Abstract

Our place within the psychosocial environment. A journey from biomedical model to Open Dialogue

Parallel sessions, 13.30 – 15.00 on day 2

SORT

TIME VENUE

NAME - ABSTRACT

PICTURE

TITLE

Symposium 1

The use of creative writing

13.30 – 15.00 h

Hudig Zaal

B. Rosenbaum, Copenhagen
B. Bundesen, B.S. Skodlar

214-Abstract

Art and Psychosis – The use of creative writing-therapies in groups of people suffering from severe mental illness

Mica Gray, Birmingham

199-Abstract

Restoring human connection through poetry

Kalliopi Panagiotopoulou, Athens

107-Abstract

Creative writing and group analysis in a group of people suffering from psychosis

Symposium  5
What Language Is Best To Speak Of Psychosis?

13.30 – 15.00 h

Willem Burger Zaal

M. Garrett, Brooklyn, New York (chair)
D. Lampshire, B. Koehler,
O. Sontobenamed e.o.

184-Abstract

What Language Is Best To Speak Of Psychosis?

Symposium 14

Psychotic transference as a bridge over the abyss of time

13.30 – 15.00 h

Van Weelde Zaal

Dag Söderström, Clarens
F. Davoine, K. Prot-Klinger,
A.C. Pernot, M. Peciccia,
B. Belnap

065-Abstract

Psychotic transference as a bridge over the abyss of time

Ivan Urlic, Split

171-Abstract

Distinguishing identification in the field of psychosis: On transferential psychosis and psychotic transference

Symposium 20

Soteria in Israël

13.30 – 15.00 h

Schadee Zaal

Pesach Lichtenberg, Jerusalem
A. Friedlander, O. Bar-Sinai,
O. Blass

223-Abstract

Soteria in Jerusalem: replacing the hospital ward with a therapeutic community

Sivan Bar On, Tel Aviv

113-Abstract

“Being-With” at Soteria House – The Healing Power of Human Connection

Workshop 3

The Young Ones!

13.30 – 15.00 h

Mees Zaal

Kim Helmus, Amsterdam
Sofia van Ghesel Grothe

070-Abstract

The Young ones!
#transdiagnostical #grouptherapy #youngsters #buildingbridges #humor #changetheculture #mentalhealth

Workshop 10

Family work:
what works?

15.30 – 17.00 h

Plate Zaal

Margreet de Pater, Delft (chair)
N. Putman, B. Martindale,
C. Tardugno, V. Jackson,
R. Smith, B. van Raay,
B. Froyen, J. Kylion, C. Mansell

165-Abstract

Open dialogue between different therapists, people with lived experience and family members.

Workshop 22

Working with voices

13.30 – 15.00 h

Van Rijcke vorsel Zaal

Dirk Corstens, Maastricht

005-Abstract

The Maastricht Approach of Hearing Voices

Dolores Mosquera, A Coruña

090-Abstract

Working with hostile voices

Workshop 29

Self-disclosure

13.30 – 15.00 h

Ruys Zaal

Lauren McCormack, London
Zabelle Aslanyan, Jane Faulkner

129-Abstract

Self-disclosure: Are boundaries barriers to connecting with people who experience psychosis?

Oral

Dr Julia Nicholls, Melbourne

041-Abstract

Therapist Self-Disclosure in Group Acceptance and Commitment Therapy for Psychosis Recovery

Oral session 7
Chair: Lut De Rijdt

Labeling and stigma

13.30 – 15.00 h

Plate Zaal

L. Gonzales , New York

019-Abstract

The Role of Stigma and Demographic Characteristics in Clinical Conceptualizations of Psychosis

Colin Ross, Richardson

017-Abstract

Why the genetic brain disease model of schizophrenia is scientifically incorrect

Victoria Vass, Liverpool
R.P. Bentall, K.M. Bennett,
A. Boardman

071-Abstract

“Quite a lonely illness”: service-user perspectives on stigma, services, solidarity and social isolation

Anisha Vyas, Essex

124-Abstract

Flipping between cultural worlds: a qualitative exploration of stigma experiences of British Asian people using Psychosis Services

Oral session 10
Chair: Victor Kouratovsky

Making sense of voices

13.30 – 15.00 h

Van der Vorm Zaal

Thomas Gagey, Yverdon les bains
Grant McFetheridge

089-Abstract

A simple technique to eliminate the most common type of voices

Barbara Schaefer, The Hague
J. Boumans

100-Abstract

Hearing Voices Groups: A safe place to (re)connect

Robin Timmers, Rotterdam

254-Abstract

The recovery and emancipation oriented to hearing voices. ‘Omgaan met Stemmen Horen’

Parallel sessions, 15.30 – 17.00 on day 2

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TIME VENUE

NAME - ABSTRACT

PICTURE

TITLE

Symposium 12

Family ghosts and strangers in the family: experiences of Badaracco’s multifamily psychoanalysis groups in Argentina, Belgium and  Italy

15.30 – 17.00 h

Hudig Zaal

Caterina Tabasso, Rome (chair)
a.   Maria Elisa Mitre,
Katherine Walter,
Mariana Fuxman – Buenos Aires
b.   Andrea Narracci and
Filippo Maria Moscati – Rome
c.   Martine Lambrechts,
Jef Lisaerde,
Niel Van Cleynenbreugel,
Saskia Verbesselt,
Sophie Guiot – Leuven

084-Abstract

a. Multifamily Psychoanalysis Groups intervention: how, when, why and for what. To cure through “vivencias”
b. Not knowing to whom belongs what I am feeling
c. Family to family

Symposium 15

History Beyond Trauma; return of repressed

15.30 – 17.00 h

Van Weelde Zaal

James Gorney, Knoxville

001-Abstract

History Beyond Trauma: The Enduring Legacy of Davoine and Gaudilliere

Katarzyna Prot-Klinger, Warsaw

069-Abstract

Return of repressed. How history returns in the psychotherapist’s office

Symposium 19

Weaving the web of belonging and Open Dialogue

15.30 – 17.00 h

Willem Burger Zaal

Lisa Dobkowski
James Ashenfelter

049-Abstract

Weaving the Web of belonging and Open Dialogue

Carmen Leclerq
Marc Calmeyn
Christine Van Damme

120-Abstract

From Lapland with love: Open Dialogue ‘the Bruges experience’

Symposium 21

Making the stranger feel at home in residential care

15.30 – 17.00 h

Schadee Zaal

Pien Leendertse, Kloetinge

002-Abstract

Soteria Emergis – collaboration between ‘someone with psychosis and others’ in inpatient early psychosis care

Fabrice Herrera, Lausanne
M.C. Lallement, I. Skyllakou,
H. Wykretovwicz

237-Abstract

Making the stranger feel at home, A place to be recognized, to recognize oneself, Reflections on the “transitional” hospital space

Workshop 12

Calling All Family Members!

15.30 – 17.00 h

Plate Zaal

Pat Wright, Mpls

183-Abstract

Calling All Family Members!

Workshop 16

SEE ALL OF ME

15.30 – 17.00 h

Mees Zaal

Olav Løkvik, Oslo
G.B. Haugen

200-Abstract

An online dialogue based learning program for the understanding of psychoses (movie)

Workshop 31

Therapeutic Partnership

15.30 – 17.00 h

Ruys Zaal

Brian Koehler, New York

135-Abstract

Therapeutic Partnership in Psychosis and Beyond

N. Saayman, Johannesburg

021-Abstract

Working with Psychosis: A Paradox of Relatedness

Oral session 8
Chair: Jos de Kroon

Group approaches and psychoanalysis

15.30 – 17.00 h

Van Rijcke vorsel Zaal

Majda Grah, Zagreb
B. Restek-Petrovic,
N. Oreškovic-Krezler

079-Abstract

When is the right time to end long term group psychotherapy for psychotic patients

Kalliopi Panagiotoppoulou, Athens

104-Abstract

Alienation and psychosis: a narrative of my family experience and the integrating function of group analysis

Giuseppe Caserta, Perugia

015-Abstract

Fear of going crazy along with the patient

Kalliopi Panagiotoppoulou, Athens

106-Abstract

The trauma of being a member of a minority and the therapeutic impact of the group-analytic group

Oral session 9
Chair: Julie Kipp

Alternatives for residential treatment and healing effects of well being

15.30 – 17.00 h

Van der Vorm Zaal

Jan van Blarikom, Terneuzen

179-Abstract

New ways of sheltered living, the best of both worlds

Alba Contreras, A. Trucharte,
R. Espinosa, V. Peinado,
R. Caballero, C. Valiente

92

Healing effects of wellbeing, a txt for people with schizophrenia

Martin Novák, Brno

209-Abstract

The role of mental health centres in navigating deranged spaces

Workshop 44

Two Creative and practical approaches to social inclusion and personal recovery

15.30 – 17.00 h

Zeelenberg Zaal

Geeske van Weerd

278

Is a good neighboor worth more than a distant friend?

Tessa Joncker

279

Exploring your personal identity: development of a new intervention for service users with complex mental health needs

Postersessions day  1 – Research posters
Posters linger during the whole conference, presentations during lunchtime

SORT

TIME VENUE

NAME - ABSTRACT

PICTURE

TITLE

Poster 30

Ms Arpita Gupta, Kanpur

112-Abstract

“Being an Expert” and Psychosis: Encounters with Lives on the Margin

Poster 31

H. O’Neil, Bronx

144-Abstract

Psychosis and the Prophetic Sense

Poster 32

H. O’Neil, Bronx

156-Abstract

Racial Trauma and Soul Retrieval: Existential Kink as a Tool for Shamanic Healing

Poster 35

Trevor  Temmen, Cobram

181-Abstract

The influencing machine is real

Poster 36

Assunta Maglione, Napoli
A. Ranieri

216-Abstract

Eterotopie

Poster 37

P. Hickman, Canada
238-Abstract

Run with It! My story of running with my voices to foster reconnection and fight stigma.

Poster 38

Joanna Obiegałka, Warsaw
Anonymous, therapeutic, J. Group

240-Abstract

Each personal story as a brick in the bridge? Is dialogue possible? The free choice of human reconnection.

Poster 39

Marietje Lemmens
Jeanny Severijn, Jan Verhaegh, Monique de Koning

260

Redancia system: vision, clinical support and information system for the management of a 22 psychiatric residential treatment facility network

Poster 52

Barbara Beatson

241

Psychosis and Planetary Destruction