Accredited for 34 continuing educational credits by the World Psychiatric Association.
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Saturday August 31th:
Psychosis, (forced) migration, society and politics
(Day open for interested parties at reduced price)

Day 3, Saturday August 31th: Psychosis, (forced) migration, society and politics

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TIME VENUE

NAME - ABSTRACT

PICTURE

TITLE

Registration desk open

07.00 – 15.30 h
Foyer

Parallel sessions

08.00 – 09.15 h

See below

Short Coffee break

09.15 – 09.30 h

Foyer

Chair

09.30 – 09.45 h

Willem Burger Zaal

Tina Rahimy

276

Introduction

Keynote Speaker

09.45 – 10.15 h

Willem Burger Zaal

Psychosis and Jihad

Keynote Speaker

10.15 – 10.45 h

Willem Burger Zaal

Wouter Kusters

314

Catastrophies, Apocalypse and Psychoses in the Anthropocene

Keynote Speaker

10.45 – 11.15 h

Willem Burger Zaal

The mentally ill doubt the sanity of the mentally healthy

Short Coffee break

11.15 – 11.45 h
Foyer

Debate with the audience

11.45 – 12.30 h

Willem Burger Zaal

Psychosis and society

Lunch and poster sessions

12.30 – 13.30 h

Ground floor

Poster sessions

ISPS FORMAL GENERAL MEETING

12.30 – 13.30 h

Willem Burgerzaal

Symposium 

Intersubjectivity, urban life and psychosis: a phenomenologica approach

13.30 – 17.00 h

Van Weelde Zaal

Wouter Kusters (moderator)

269-Abstract

Intersubjectivity, urban life adn psychosis: a phenomenological approach

Rob Sips, Jasper Feyaerts, Elizabeth Pienkos and Ana Gomez-Carillo

Symposium

Education, Ex/Inclusion and Mental Wellbeing

13.30 – 17.00 h

Willem Burgerzaal

Chair: Tina Rahimy
Keynotes: Femke Kaulingfreks, Aminata Cairo
and also with: Teana Boston-Mammah, Britney Lindo

268-Abstract

Education, Ex/Inclusion and Mental Wellbeing

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

Jennifer Kanary Nikolov

277

Labyrinth Psychotica – Psychosis Simulation – Live Demo

Local groups meet

18.00 h

Outside De Doelen

Parallel sessions, 08.00 – 9.15 on day 3

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TIME VENUE

NAME - ABSTRACT

PICTURE

TITLE

Symposium 10

Survivors of Romanian orphanages

08.00 – 09.30 h

Van Beuningen Zaal

Stefania de Cesare, Iasi
S. Fidanno, M. Nistor, C. Scripcaru

149-Abstract

An internment camp called “home for children”. Therapeutic interventions for survivors of Romanian orphanages

Workshop 2

Mental health nursing in psychosis

08.00 – 09.30 h

Mees Zaal

Gert Wouters, Alken
S.S.Y. Braems, A.J.N. Brebels, L. Lambrechts, C.G.J. Leyssens, M. Ball, H. Danstan Benguye, K.I. Kalebea, J.E. Nilsen, M.I. Yimir

063-Abstract

Bridging our own gaps mental health nursing in psychosis

Workshop 9

Multifamily Psychoanalysis Group

08.00 – 09.30 h

Hudig Zaal

Caterina Tabasso, Rome
A. Narracci, M. Lambrechts, M.E. Mitre, R. Arroyo Guillamòn, K. Tardugno, C. Walter, M. Fuxman, E. de Bustamante, Garçia

109-Abstract

Let’s go learning about ourselves, the others, and the others in ourselves

Workshop 20

POD

08.00 – 09.30 h

Willem Burger Zaal

Dirk Corstens, Maastricht
Y. Willems

022-Abstract

Peer-supported Open Dialogue for people in crisis

Workshop 23


Models of relationships

08.00 – 09.30 h

Van der Weelde Zaal

B. Jacobsen, Nijmegen

022-Abstract

Leary’s Rose A model to manage psychosocial Interactions together within a complex society

Oral

Carolina Alcantara, Brasilia

233-Abstract

The use of chess pieces in a dramatic game for people with psychotic suffering

Workshop 13

Exercise to Reconnect!

08.00 – 09.30 h

Ruys Zaal

T. Fogl, Ottawa

202-Abstract

A psychiatric treatment programme for unaccompanied minor refugees: The ResCareRefugees project

Symposium 4

Voices in Psychosis

08.00 – 09.30 h

Schadee Zaal

Angela Woods, Durham
B. Alderson-Day
F. Deamer
P. Waugh

191

An interdisciplinary investigation of relationality, insecurity and meaning-making in experiences of hearing voices

Oral presentations group 11

Helpfull methods to recovery

08.00 – 09.30 h

Plate Zaal

Alan Gary, New York

142-Abstract

Effectuating recovery: Through Structure and Support of Strenght-Based Community

Chelsea Bagias, Sacramento

244-Abstract

Growing inside and deepening connection at every stage of the extreme

Oral presentations group 12

Feelings of self, body and parenting

08.00 – 09.30 h

Van der Vorm Zaal

C. Brovig Almaas, Kristiansand

018-Abstract

Phenomenological Analysis.
Intimacy and the Sense of Self – on Sexuality and Psychosis.

Darla Dembinska-Krajewska, Poznan, L.K. Kalita

105

Pregnancy and psychosis: A stranger in the strange land

Marie-Cécile Lallement, Lausanne
H. Wykretowicz, R. Marion-Veyron

160

Patient and therapist, what stowage arrangements? Psychosis metapsychology and transfer phenomenology

Jennifer Strand, Gothenburg (chair)
K. Grip
P. Bostrom

3

‘Sometimes the Structure Around Us Fails.’ Parents’ Subjective Understandings of How Their Psychosis Affects Parenting

Cultural differences and psychosis

08.00 – 09.30 h

Van Rijcke vorsel Zaal

R.V. Austin, Heslington

50

Cultural Differences and migrants’ interpretations of their voices

Borut Skodlar, Ljubljana
J. Ciglenecki

204

Psychotic, mystical and the question of self

Parallel sessions, 13.30 – 15.00 on day 3

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TIME VENUE

NAME - ABSTRACT

PICTURE

TITLE

Symposium 8

New technologies: virtual reality interventions and simulation experiences for psychotic disorders

13.30 – 15.00 h

Van Beuningen Zaal

C.N.W. Geraets, Groningen
E. Snippe, M. van Beilen, R. Pot-Kolder, M. van der Gaag, W. Veling

Simon Riches, London,
R. Maskey, P. Dishman, R. Waddingham, MBE Benjamin, E. Tebrook, C. Mundy, P. Roberts, F. Khan, S. Kwieder, H. Fisher

C.N.W. Geraets, Groningen
S.A. Nijman, S. Riches, J. Kanary

S.A. Nijman, Assen
W. Veling, K. Greaves-Lord, M. Vos, C.E.R. Zandee, M. aan het Rot, G.H.M. Pijnenborg

168, 170, 138, 169

New technologies: virtual reality interventions and simulation experiences for psychotic disorders

  • The effect of virtual reality cognitive behavioral therapy on paranoia and mood states
  • Impact of a voice hearing simulation on the general public and clinical psychologists
  • New technologies: virtual reality interventions and simulation experiences for psychotic disorders

Feasability, acceptatbiity ande preliminary efficiancy of DISCoVR, a virtual reality intervention to improve social cognition in people with psychotic disorder

Workshop 5

Psychosis and evil

13.30 – 15.00 h

Hudig Zaal

Margreet de Pater, Delft

077-Abstract

How personal encounter evaporites evil

Workshop 11

Let’s talk about Psychosis

13.30 – 15.00 h

Mees Zaal

Brenda Froyen, Belgium
I. Germeys, W. Simons, R. Sips, L. Nollet

173-Abstract

talk about Psychosis Let’s

Workshop 18

The integration of your psychosis and crazywise

13.30 – 15.00 h

Van Rijcke vorsel Zaal

Tim Knoote

252-Abstract

A mindset shift and bipolar breathwork (Sean Blackwell’s approach)

Angèla de Jong, Amsterdam

J. Hoekstra

148

Crazywise, crazy… or wise?

Workshop 26

Reading groups in Dutch

13.30 – 15.00 h

Ruys Zaal

Mileen Janssens, Ghent
Grietje Keller, Amsterdam

83, 192

Reading together as a way of enveloping suffering

Workshop 30

Openness for a new balance

13.30 – 15.00 h

Schadee Zaal

Monique de Koning, Utrecht

Clara Koek

217-Abstract

OASV: Openness About Strength and Vulnerability

Oral presentations group 13

Art and recovery

13.30 – 15.00 h

Van der Vorm Zaal

Polly Mortimer, London

010-Abstract

‘Those who feel the breath of sadness, sit down next to me’  Choir with No Name –  belonging & music

T.J. Clutterbok, Melbourne

020-Abstract

Stranger in a Strange World: Visiting the Divine Kingdom of Nek Chand Saini

Wendy Traynor, Manchester

203-Abstract

Reconnecting to self and others: Person Centred Therapy for psychosis, a mixed method study of helpful practice and change process

Chris Wood, Sheffield

085-Abstract

Finding sanctuary, welfare, and social networks: stories from art therapy suggest refugees and people who hear voices, have parallel lives

Oral presentations group 14

Filosofical anchorpoints

13.30 – 15.00 h

Plate Zaal

Eduard Rats, Amsterdam

048-Abstract

The error of William Shakespeare; To be or to become….that’s the question

Marc Calmeyn, Loppem Zedelgem

40

Open dialogue, Psychoanalysis, Institutional Pshychotherapy: tree ways to heaven for psychosis

Parallel sessions, 15.30 – 17.00 on day 3

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TIME VENUE

NAME - ABSTRACT

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TITLE

Symposium Hamlett

15.30 – 17.00 h

Van Beuningen Zaal

M.J.H. Begemann, Groningen
I.E.C. Sommer, W. Veling, F. Smit, L. de Haan

62

To continue or not to continue?

The impact of (dis)continuation of antipsychotic medication on social functioning in first-episode psychosis

Workshop 8

“I could also be Miranda”

15.30 – 17.00 h

Mees Zaal

Miranda van den Broek, Culemborg
N. Delcour, J. Seinen, P. Delcour

102-Abstract

Documentary “I could also be Miranda”

Workshop 14

Herstelondersteuning

15.30 – 17.00 h

Van Rijcke vorsel Zaal

Wil Buis, `s-Hertogenbosch
Dikkie Roelofsen

Met gedicht van Jeanny Severijns

219-Abstract, 271

Recovery support

(workshop in Dutch)

Workshop 41

Film ‘Open the Door’

15.30 – 17.00 h

Ruys Zaal

Huub Beijers, Utrecht
Housnia El Mimouni

266-Abstract

Three films on people with experience of psychosis with an Maroccan background

Workshop 21

Self work exercises

15.30 – 17.00 h

Hudig Zaal

Val Jackson, Wakefield
C. Thorley

039-Abstract

Bridging the gap with self work exercises

Workshop 37

Care about carers

15.30 – 17.00 h

Schadee Zaal

Jen Kilyon, Bradford
R. Counter Smith

230-Abstract

Isolation and Alienation for Family Members of Those Experiencing Psychosis- and What Can Help

Emma Izon, Manchester
K. Berry, H. Law, K. Au-Yeung, P. French

032-Abstract

When should we care about carers? Identifying barriers and facilitators to supporting someone at high-risk of psychosis: A qualitative study

Oral presentations group 15

Mysticism and spirituality

15.30 – 17.00 h

Plate Zaal

Raphaelle Fischler, Amsterdam

146-Abstract

Meaning-making practices in experiences of mental health / spiritual crisis: a transient ethnography of the Spiritual Crisis Network

H. O’Neil, Bronx

162-Abstract

Tantric Spirit Mourning for Mental Health

Oral presentation group 16

Therapeutic homes

15.30 – 17.00 h

Van der vorm zaal

Beatrice Birch, Brookline, VT

011-Abstract

Suppose ‘Mental Health’ is a Reductionist View for ‘Soul Health’…

Joris Corthouts, St Niklaas

031-Abstract

BOTS, where people meet!

Anne-France Deschrijver, Ernst van Camp Ernst, Leuven
Guido Walpot, Leuven

235-Abstract

In between

Postersessions day  3 – Therapy posters

Posters linger during the whole conference, presentations during lunchtime

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TIME VENUE

NAME - ABSTRACT

PICTURE

TITLE

Poster 40

Satoshi Ueda, Tokyo

043-Abstract

Psychotherapy resulted in successful release of a schizophrenic patient after 9 years of hospitalization

Poster 41

Mary Coaten

Kate Quinn, Wakefield

060-Abstract

Extreme Music for Extreme States: How Heavy Metal Music Can Help with Experiences Conceptualised as ‘Psychosis’

Poster 42

Hanna Nokio, Helsinki

O.N. Niemi, M.K. Karjalainen

061-Abstract

Transparency in care- Handbook for patients and their families in early intervention service for patients with first episode of psychosis

Poster 44

Branka Restek-Petrović, Zagreb

M. Grah, N. Oreškovic-Krezler

082-Abstract

The group after group – what happens after the long-term psychotherapy group ends

Poster 46

Laura Galbusera, Berlin
M. Kyselo

139-Abstract

The intersubjective struggle in psychosis and the healing power of dialogue

Poster 47

Chiara Matera, Roma

141-Abstract

Getting in touch with pain in psychosis: Multifamily Piscoanalysis experiences in Rome

Poster 48

Lukasz Szostakiewicz, Warsaw

A. Czechowska

234-Abstract

The oldest Social Psychiatry Rehabilitation Center in Poland after 15 years of activity

Poster 49

Daniela Šago, Zagreb
Višnja Martić, K. Habus, E. Ivezic, D. Šmida, V. Komesarovic, D. Varga,
M. Žanko, R. Fiolic, V. Lovretic, I. Filipcic

236-Abstract

Day hospital as early intervention program for individuals with first psychotic episode

Poster 50

Mark Andrews, Spalding

247-Abstract

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

Poster 51

A. Hun

259

From hopelessness to possibility: a journey from marginalization to belonging through reconnection to family and healing of trauma