Friday August 30th

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Friday August 30th:
Lived experience takes the lead

Day 2, Friday August 30 th : Lived experience takes the lead      
TIMESORTWHOPICTURETITLEVENUEDOWNLOAD
07.00 - 19.00 hRegistration desk openFoyer
08.00 – 09.15 hParallel sessions ga naar parallel sessieS ee below
09.15 - 09.30 hShort coffee breakFoyer
09.30 – 09.45 hChairsChair Debra Lampshire &IntroductionWillem Burger Zaal
Irene van der Giessen
09.45 – 10.15 hKeynote SpeakerBrenda FroyenHow the treatment of my psychosis estranged me from myself and my familyWillem Burger Zaal
10.15 – 10.45 hKeynote SpeakerJen KilyonComment from a person from family movementWillem Burger Zaal
10.45 – 11.15 hKeynote SpeakerMarcus Evans‘Nobody speaks my language’ Psychoanalytic understanding of psychotic communicationsWillem Burger Zaal
11.15 – 11.45 hCoffeeFoyer
11.45 – 12.30 hDebate with the audience, starting with a short poem by Jeanny SeverijnsHow to bridge the gap?Willem Burger Zaal
12.30 – 13.30 hLunch and poster sessions.
ISPS FORMAL GENERAL MEETING
And at the end of Friday’s programme add this:
Conference Dinner – Ferry departs at 18:30 (tickets must be purchased in advance)
Poster SessionsFoyer and Mandele Zaal
13.30 – 17.00 hLived experience FestivalChairs: Angèle de Jong and Wilco TuinebreijerMadness meets CreativityMandela Zaal
Open to anyone!( Beautifull Distress, Het 5 e Seizoen, Crazywise)
13.30 – 15.00 hParallel sessions ga naar parallel sessieS ee below
15.00 – 15.30 hCoffeeFoyer
15.30 - 17.00 hParallel sessions ga naar parallel sessieS ee below
17.00 – 18.00 hKeynote Speaker + DiscussionIngo LambrechtScaffolding ‘psychosis’: holding it lightly with culture and compassionWillem Burger Zaal
18.30  hConference dinner during a cruise around Rotterdam harboursRotterdam
Parallel sessions, 8.00 – 9.30 on day 2
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08.00 – 09.30 hSymposium 2Maurizio Peciccia, VarazzeCreativity and art for treatment purposesHudig Zaal101-Abstract
Creativity and art for treatment purposesFrancesca Bonino
G. Giusto, S. Porazzo, C. Vecchiato, R. Carrozzino
Mary Coaten, DurhamMovement, dance and the imaginal: an experiential workshop056-Abstract
08.00 – 09.30 hSymposium 11Helene Stephensen, BroendbyA phenomenological-empirical investigation of double reality and its manner of expression in schizophrenia spectrum disordersVan Weelde Zaal137-Abstract
Psychosis as structureSara Linstow, Annick Urfer Parnas
08.00 – 09.30 hSymposium 17Del Prete, Fernando, Casoria (Neaples)The healing community according to msi (Integrated Structural Model) The virtuous circle for the cure of Psychotic patientsWillem Burger Zaal035-Abstract
The healing community according to msiTommaso Biccardi
Simona Di Gaetano 
Grazia Marchesiello
08.00 – 09.30 hSymposium 18Ludi van Bouwel, Leuven (chair)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
Schadee Zaal038-Abstract
A refuge for the stranger in the cityS. Guiot, L. Joos, B. Reynders, D. Bryssinck262-Abstract263-Abstract264-Abstract265-Abstract
08.00 – 09.30 hWorkshop 6Megan Mateer, AmsterdamBuilding diverse communities of healing- bridging silos and cultivating connected cultureVan Beuningen Zaal080-Abstract
Building communities of healingG. Frackiewicz
08.00 – 09.30 hWorkshop 7Oryx Cohen, GraftonReducing Hospitalization by Using Emotional CPR in Communicating with People in Altered StatesMees Zaal087-Abstract
Reducing Hospitalization by Using Emotional CPRDr. D.B. Fisher
08.00 – 09.30 hWorkshop 15Ifigeneia Skyllakou, Lausanne
Fabrice Herrera, Pierre Lequin, Marie-Cecile Lallement, Andrés Pinilla Marin, Nicolas Corpataux
The challenge of leaving the hospital and regaining the cityVan Rijke Vorsel Zaal151-Abstract
Chronic and resistant symptomsM.A. Brisard, M.C. Lallement, P. Lequin, F. Herrera
08.00 – 09.30 hWorkshop 25M. Garrett, Brooklyn New YorkWhy Is Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy Successful With Some Persons Suffering From Psychosis and Not Others? Resistances to Using Logic in CBTpRuys Zaal026-Abstract
CBT and psychoanalysisM. Garrett, Brooklyn New YorkCognitive-Behavioral Therapy for Psychosis (CBTp) in a Psychoanalytic Frame024-Abstract
M. Garrett, Brooklyn New YorkThe Utility of Melanie Klein’s Concept of a Persecutor In Understanding Paranoid Psychosis025-Abstract
08.00 – 09.30 hOral presentations group 6Young-Chul Chung, JeonjuPsychological mechanisms mediating the link between childhood trauma and suicidality in patients with first episode psychosisVan der Vorm Zaal051-Abstract
TraumaYohan Lee, Kwangju
F. Rossi, BergamoRepairing the wounds: traumas of origins, journey and adaption212-Abstract
D. Piras
Cathy Thorley, LondonUsing Eye Movment Desensitisation and Reprocessing (EMDR) to Heal Trauma in People with a Label of Psychosis and their Families213-Abstract
08.00 – 09.30 hWorkshop 42
Our place within the psychosocial environment. A journey from biomedical model to Open Diagogue
Satu BeverlyOur place within the psychosocial environment. A journey from biomedical model to Open Diagogue Plate Zaal258-Abstract
Biomedical Model versus Open Dialogue - Mother's and Carer's Dilemma
Parallel sessions, 13.30 – 15.00 on day 2
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13.30 – 15.00 hSymposium 1B. Rosenbaum, CopenhagenArt and Psychosis - The use of creative writing-therapies in groups of people suffering from severe mental illnessHudig Zaal214-Abstract
The use of creative writingB. Bundesen, B.S. Skodlar
Mica Gray, BirminghamRestoring human connection through poetr199-Abstract
Kalliopi Panagiotopoulou, AthensCreative writing and group analysis in a group of people suffering from psychosis107-Abstract
13.30 – 15.00 hSymposium 5M. Garrett, Brooklyn New York (chair)What Language Is Best To Speak Of Psychosis?Willem Burger Zaal184-Abstract
What Language Is Best To Speak Of Psychosis?D. Lampshire, B. Koehler, O. Sontobenamed e.o.
13.30 – 15.00 hSymposium 14Dag Söderström, ClarensPsychotic transference as a bridge over the abyss of timeVan Weelde Zaal065-Abstract
Psychotic transference as a bridge over the abyss of timeF. Davoine, K. Prot-Klinger, A.C. Pernot, M. Peciccia, B. Belnap
Ivan Urlic, SplitDistinguishing identification in the field of psychosis: On transferential psychosis and psychotic transference171-Abstract
13.30 – 15.00 hSymposium 20Pesach Lichtenberg, JerusalemSoteria in Jerusalem: replacing the hospital ward with a therapeutic communitySchadee Zaal223-Abstract
SoteriaA. Friedlander, O Bar-Sinai, O. Blass
Sivan Bar On, Tel Aviv“Being-With” at Soteria House - The Healing Power of Human Connection113-Abstract
13.30 – 15.00 hWorkshop 3Kim Helmus, AmsterdamThe Young ones!Mees Zaal070-Abstract
The Young Ones!Sofia van Ghesel Grothe#transdiagnostical #grouptherapy #youngsters #buildingbridges #humor #changetheculture #mentalhealth
13.30 – 15.00 hWorkshop 10Margreet de Pater, Delft (chair)Open dialogue between different therapists, people with lived experience and family members, what works?Van Beuningen Zaal165-Abstract
DialogueN. Putman, B. Martindale, C. Tardugno, V. Jackson, R. Smith, B. van Raay, B. Froyen, J. Kylion, C. Mansell
13.30 – 15.00 hWorkshop 22Dirk Corstens, MaastrichtThe Maastricht Approach of Hearing VoicesVan Rijke Vorsel Zaal005-Abstract
Working with voices
Dolores Mosquera, A CoruñaWorking with hostile voices090-Abstract
13.30 – 15.00 hWorkshop 29Lauren McCormack, LondonSelf-disclosure: Are boundaries barriers to connecting with people who experience psychosis?Ruys Zaal129-Abstract
Self-disclosure Zabelle Aslanyan, Jane Faulkner
Dr Julia Nicholls, MelbourneTherapist Self-Disclosure in Group Acceptance and Commitment Therapy for Psychosis Recovery (oral)041-Abstract
13.30 – 15.00 hOral presentations group 7L. Gonzales , New YorkThe Role of Stigma and Demographic Characteristics in Clinical Conceptualizations of PsychosisPlate Zaal019-Abstract
Labeling and stigmaColin Ross, RichardsonWhy the genetic brain disease model of schizophrenia is scientifically incorrect017-Abstract
Victoria Vass, Liverpool"Quite a lonely illness": service-user perspectives on stigma, services, solidarity and social isolation071-Abstract
R.P. Bentall, K.M. Bennett, A. Boardman
Anisha Vyas, EssexFlipping between cultural worlds: a qualitative exploration of stigma experiences of British Asian people using Psychosis Services124-Abstract
Parallel sessions, 15.30 – 17.00 on day 2
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15.30 – 17.00 h
Symposium 12
Caterina Tabasso, Rome (chair)a. Multifamily Psychoanalysis Groups intervention: how, when, why and for what. To cure through “vivencias”Hudig Zaal084-Abstract
Family ghosts and strangers in the family: experiences of Badaracco’s multifamily psychoanalysis groups in Argentina, Belgium and  Italya.   Maria Elisa Mitre, Katherine Walter, Mariana Fuxman - Buenos Aires b. Not knowing to whom belongs what I am feeling
b.   Andrea Narracci and Filippo Maria Moscati - Romec. Family to family
c. Martine Lambrechts, Jef Lisaerde, Niel Van Cleynenbreugel, Saskia Verbesselt, Sophie Guiot - Leuven
15.30 – 17.00 hSymposium 15James Gorney, KnoxvilleHistory Beyond Trauma: The Enduring Legacy of Davoine and GaudilliereVan Weelde Zaal001-Abstract
History Beyond Trauma; return of repressed
Katarzyna Prot-Klinger, WarsawReturn of repressed. How history returns in the psychotherapist’s office069-Abstract
15.30 – 17.00 hSymposium 19Lisa Dobkowski
Carmen Leclerq
Marc Calmeyn
Christine Van Damme
Weaving the web of belonging: networks supporting networksWillem Burger Zaal049-Abstract
Weaving the web of belonging and Open DialogueJames Ashenfelter
M.A.C. Calmeyn, Loppem ZedelgemFrom Lapland with love: Open Dialogue ‘the Bruges experience’120-Abstract
Carmen Leclerq
15.30 – 17.00 hSymposium 21Pien Leendertse, KloetingeSoteria Emergis – collaboration between ‘someone with psychosis and others’ in inpatient early psychosis careSchadee Zaal003-Abstract
Making the stranger feel at home in residential careFabrice Herrera, LausanneMaking the stranger feel at home, A place to be recognized, to recognize oneself, Reflections on the “transitional” hospital space237-Abstract
M.C. Lallement, I. Skyllakou, H. Wykretovwicz
15.30 – 17.00 hWorkshop 12Pat Wright, MplsCalling All Family Members!Van Beuningen Zaal183-Abstract
Calling All Family Members!
15.30 – 17.00 hWorkshop 16Olav Løkvik, OsloAn online dialogue based learning program for the understanding of psychoses (movie)Mees Zaal200-Abstract
SEE ALL OF MEG.B. Haugen
15.30 – 17.00 hWorkshop 31Brian Koehler, New YorkTherapeutic Partnership in Psychosis and BeyondRuys Zaal135-Abstract
Therapeutic Partnership N. Saayman, JohannesburgWorking with Psychosis: A Paradox of Relatedness(oral)021-Abstract
15.30 – 17.00 hOral presentations group 8Majda Grah, ZagrebWhen is the right time to end long term group psychotherapy for psychotic patientsVan Rijke Vorsel Zaal079-Abstract
Group approaches and psychoanalisys B. Restek-Petrovic, N. Oreškovic-Krezler
Kalliopi Panagiotoppoulou, AthensAlienation and psychosis: a narrative of my family experience and the integrating function of group analysis104-Abstract
Giuseppe Caserta, PerugiaFear of going crazy along with the patient015-Abstract
Kalliopi Panagiotoppoulou, AthensThe trauma of being a member of a minority and the therapeutic impact of the group-analytic group106-Abstract
15.30 – 17.00 hOral presentations group 9Jan van Blarikom, Terneuzen
Marc Calmeyn, Loppem Zedelgem
New ways of sheltered living, the best of both worlds. Open Dialogue, Psychoanalysis, Institutional Psychotherapy: three ways to heaven for psychosis?Van der Vorm Zaal179-Abstract
Alternatives for residential treatmentAlba Contreras
A. Trucharte, R. Espinosa, V. Peinado,
R. Caballero, C. Valiente
Healing effects of wellbeing, a txt for people with schizophrenia40, 92
Martin Novák, BrnoThe role of mental health centres in navigating deranged spaces209-Abstract
13.30 – 15.00 hOral presentations group 10Debbie Holderle, Saint Louis MissouriArchetypal themes in the the experience of auditory hallucinationsVan der Vorm Zaal037-Abstract
Making sense of voicesThomas Gagey, Yverdon les bainsA simple technique to eliminate the most common type of voices089-Abstract
Grant McFetheridge
Barbara Schaefer, The HagueHearing Voices Groups: A safe place to (re)connect100-Abstract
J. Boumans
Robin Timmers, RotterdamThe recovery and emancipation oriented to hearing voices. 'Omgaan met Stemmen Horen'254-Abstract
Geeske van WeerdPlate Zaal
15.30 – 17.00 hPlate Zaal
Postersessions day 2 – Experience based Posters
Posters linger during the whole conference, presentations during lunchtime
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Poster 30Ms Arpita Gupta, Kanpur“Being an Expert” and Psychosis: Encounters with Lives on the Margin112-Abstract
Poster 31H. O'Neil, BronxPsychosis and the Prophetic Sense144-Abstract
Poster 32H. O'Neil, BronxRacial Trauma and Soul Retrieval: Existential Kink as a Tool for Shamanic Healing156-Abstract
Poster 34B.N. Seitler, B.N., RidgewoodLiving iNjOY, a message of HOPE158
Poster 35Trevor  Temmen, CobramThe influencing machine is real181-Abstract
Poster 36Assunta Maglione, NapoliEterotopie216-Abstract
A. Ranieri
Poster 37P. Hickman, CanadaRun with It! My story of running with my voices to foster reconnection and fight stigma.238-Abstract
T. Fogl, N. Wright, L. Murata
Poster 38Joanna Obiegałka, WarsawEach personal story as a brick in the bridge? Is dialogue possible? The free choice of human reconnection.240-Abstract
Anonymous, therapeutic, J. Group
Poster 39Marietje Lemmens Evil injustice260
Jeanny Severijn, Jan Verhaegh, Monique de Koning
Poster 52Barbara BeatsonPsychosis and Planetary Destruction241