Saturday August 31st


Saturday August 31st:
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        
07.00 – 15.30 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 hChairTina RahimyIntroduction Willem Burger Zaal
09.45 – 10.15 hKeynote SpeakerHuub MousPsychosis and JihadWillem Burger Zaal
10.15 – 10.45 hKeynote SpeakerWouter KustersCatastrophies, Apocalypse and Psychoses in the AnthropoceneWillem Burger Zaal
10.45 – 11.15 hKeynote SpeakerMogobe RamoseThe mentally ill doubt the sanity of the mentally healthyWillem Burger Zaal
11.15 – 11.45 hCoffeeFoyer
11.45 – 12.30 hDebate  with the audiencePsychosis and societyWillem Burger Zaal
12.30 – 13.30 hLunch and poster sessionsPoster SessionsFoyer
13.30 – 17.00 hSymposium Intersubjectivity, urban life and psychosis: a phenomenological approachWouter Kusters (moderator) Intersubjectivity, urban life and psychosis: a phenomenological approachVan Weelde Zaal269-Abstract
Rob Sips, Jasper Feyaerts, Elizabeth Pienkos and Ana Gomez-Carillo
13.30 – 17.00 hSymposium
Education, Ex/Inclusion and Mental Wellbeing
Chair: Tina Rahimy
Keynotes: Femke Kaulingfreks, Teana Boston-Mammah
And also with: Aminata Cairo, Britney Lindo
Education, Ex/Inclusion and Mental WellbeingWillem Burger Zaal268-Abstract
Education, Ex/Inclusion and Mental Wellbeing
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 and demonstrationVirtual reality, coping with paranoiaWillem Burger Zaal
Parallel sessions, 8.00 – 9.30 on day 3
08.00 – 09.30 h
Symposium 10
Stefania de Cesare, IasiAn internment camp called “home for children”. Therapeutic interventions for survivors of Romanian orphanagesVan Beuningen Zaal149-Abstract
Survivors of Romanian orphanagesS. Fidanno, M. Nistor, C. Scripcaru
Maurizio Peciccia
08.00 – 09.30 hWorkshop 2Gert Wouters, AlkenBridging our own gaps mental health nursing in psychosisMees Zaal063-Abstract
Mental health nursing in psychosisS.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
08.00 – 09.30 hWorkshop 9Caterina Tabasso, RomeLet’s go learning about ourselves, the others, and the others in ourselvesHudig Zaal109-Abstract
Multifamily Psychoanalysis GroupA. Narracci, M. Lambrechts, M.E. Mitre, R. Arroyo Guillamòn, K. Tardugno, C. Walter, M. Fuxman, E. de Bustamante, Garçia
08.00 – 09.30 hWorkshop 20Dirk Corstens, MaastrichtPeer-supported Open Dialogue for people in crisisWillem Burger Zaal006-Abstract
PODY. Willems
08.00 – 09.30 hWorkshop 23B. Jacobsen, NijmegenLeary’s Rose A model to manage psychosocial Interactions together within a complex societyVan der Weelde Zaal022-Abstract
Models of relationshipsCarolina Alcantara, BrasiliaThe use of chess pieces in a dramatic game for people with psychotic suffering(oral)233-Abstract
08.00 – 09.30 hWorkshop 13T. Fogl, OttawaIntegrating CBT for exercise and psychosis, community resources and peer advocacy to promote exercise and human reconnectionRuys Zaal202-Abstract
Exercise to Reconnect!
08.00 – 09.30 hWorkshop 26Mileen Janssens, GhentReading together as a way of enveloping sufferingSchadee Zaal083-Abstract
Reading groupsGrietje Keller, AmsterdamMad Studies reading groups192-Abstract
08.00 – 09.30 hOral presentations group 11Alan Gary, New YorkEffectuating Recovery: Through Structure and Support of Strength-Based CommunityPlatee Zaal 142-Abstract
Helpfull methods to recoveryShannon Blajeski, SeattleImproving Employment Outcomes for NEET, Ethnic Minority, and Low SES young adults with a FEP132-Abstract
T. Sale, G. Townley
Russell Cummins, ZandvoortThe art of healing174
Chelsea Bagias, SacramentoGrowing insight and deepening connection at every stage of the extreme244-Abstract
08.00 – 09.30 hOral presentations group 12C. Brovig Almaas, KristiansandPhenomenological Analysis.Van der Vorm Zaal018-Abstract
Feelings of self, body and parentingIntimacy and the Sense of Self - on Sexuality and Psychosis.
Daria Dembinska-Krajewska, Poznan, L.K. KalitaPregnancy and psychosis: A stranger in the strange land105-Abstract
Marie-Cécile Lallement, Lausanne, H. Wykretowicz, R. Marion-VeyronPatient and therapist, what stowage arrangements? Psychosis, metapsychology and transfer phenomenology160-Abstract
Jennifer Strand, Gothenburg (chair)'Sometimes the Structure Around Us Fails.' Parents’ Subjective Understandings of How Their Psychosis Affects Parenting3
K. Grip, P. Boström
Parallel sessions, 13.30 – 17.00 on day 3
13.30 – 17.00 h
Symposium 8
C.N.W. Geraets, Groningen New technologies: virtual reality interventions and simulation experiences for psychotic disordersVan Beuningen Zaal168,170,138, 169
Virtual Reality Jennifer Kanary, Amsterdam
S.A. Nijman, Assen
Simon Riches, London
E. Snippe, M. van Beilen, R. Pot-Kolder, M. van der Gaag, W. Veling,
K. Greaves-Lord, M. Vos, C.E.R. Zandee, M. aan het Rot, G.H.M. Pijnenborg
R. Maskey, P. Dishman, R. Waddingham, M.B.E. Benjamin, E. Tebrook, C. Mundy,
P. Roberts, F. Khan, S.Kwieder, H. Fisher
Parallel sessions, 13.30 – 15.00 on day 3
13.30 – 15.00 h Symposium 8
New technologies: virtual reality interventions and simulation experiences for psychotic disorders
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
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
Van Beuningen Zaal
V irtual Reality
13.30 – 15.00 hWorkshop 5Margreet de Pater, DelftHow personal encounter evaporites evilHudig Zaal077-Abstract
Psychosis and evil
13.30 – 15.00 hWorkshop 11Brenda Froyen, BelgiumLet's talk about PsychosisMees Zaal173-Abstract
Let's talk about PsychosisI. Germeys, W. Simons, R. Sips, L. Nollet
13.30 – 15.00 hWorkshop 18Tim KnooteA mindset shift and bipolar breathwork (Sean Blackwell's approach)Van Rijke Vorsel Zaal252-Abstract
The integration of your psychosis
13.30 – 15.00 hWorkshop 24Judy Murray, East HavenSpiritual Awakening/Crisis: A Means for Growth and TransformationRuys Zaal023-Abstract
Spiritual AwakeningAngèle de Jong, AmsterdamCrazywise, crazy...or wise?148-Abstract
J. Hoekstra
13.30 – 15.00 hWorkshop 30Monique de Koning, UtrechtOASV: Openness About Strength and VulnerabilitySchadee Zaal217-Abstract
Openness for a new balanceClara Koek
Sam Deltour, TervurenFrom crisis and misbalance to a new equilibrium225-Abstract
13.30 – 15.00 hOral presentations group 13Polly Mortimer, London'Those who feel the breath of sadness, sit down next to me' Choir with No Name – belonging & musicVan der Vorm Zaal010-Abstract
Art and recoveryT.J. Clutterbok, MelbourneStranger in a Strange World: Visiting the Divine Kingdom of Nek Chand Saini020-Abstract
Wendy Traynor, ManchesterReconnecting to self and others: Person Centred Therapy for psychosis, a mixed method study of helpful practice and change process203-Abstract
Chris Wood, SheffieldFinding sanctuary, welfare, and social networks: stories from art therapy suggest refugees and people who hear voices, have parallel lives085-Abstract
13.30 – 15.00 hOral presentations group 14Eduard Rats, AmsterdamThe error of William Shakespeare; To be or to become....that's the questionPlatee Zaal048-Abstract
Filosofical anchorpoints
Jan Verhaegh, Maastricht“Film versus photo”; Dialectical philosophy to address fundamental problems of biological reductionism in psychiatry118-Abstract
Parallel sessions, 15.30 – 17.00 on day 3
15.30 – 17.00 hVan Beuningen Zaal
15.30 – 17.00 h
Workshop 8
Miranda van den Broek, CulemborgDocumentary "I could also be Miranda"Mees Zaal102-Abstract
"I could also be Miranda"N. Delcour, J. Seinen, P. Delcour
15.30 – 17.00 hWorkshop 14Wil Buis, `s-Hertogenbosch(Recovery support, workshop in Dutch )Van Rijke Vorsel Zaal219-Abstract
HerstelondersteuningDikkie Roelofsen.
Met gedicht van Jeanny Severijns
15.30 – 17.00 hWorkshop 41 Huub Beijers, UtrechtThree films on people with experience of psychosis with an Maroccan backgroundRuys Zaal266-Abstract
Film ‘Open the Door’Housnia El Mimouni
15.30 – 17.00 hWorkshop 21Val Jackson, WakefieldBridging the gap with self work exercisesHudig Zaal039-Abstract
Bridging the gap with self work exercisesC. Thorley
15.30 – 17.00 hWorkshop 37 Jen Kilyon, BradfordIsolation and Alienation for Family Members of Those Experiencing Psychosis- and What Can HelpSchadee Zaal230-Abstract
Care about carersR. Counter Smith
Emma Izon, ManchesterWhen should we care about carers? Identifying barriers and facilitators to supporting someone at high-risk of psychosis: A qualitative study(oral)032Abstract
K. Berry, H. Law, K. Au-Yeung, P. French
15.30 – 17.00 hOral presentations group 15Raphaelle Fischler, AmsterdamMeaning-making practices in experiences of mental health / spiritual crisis: a transient ethnography of the Spiritual Crisis NetworkPlatee Zaal146-Abstract
Mysticism and spiritualityH. O'Neil, BronxTantric Spirit Mourning for Mental Health162-Abstract
Borut Skodlar, LjubljanaPsychotic, mystical and the question of self204-Abstract
J. Ciglenecki
15.30 – 17.00 hOral presentations group 16Beatrice Birch, Brookline, VTSuppose 'Mental Health' is a Reductionist View for 'Soul Health'...Van der vorm zaal011-Abstract
Therapeutic homesJoris Corthouts, St NiklaasBOTS, where people meet!031-Abstract
Anne-France Deschrijver, Ernst van Camp Ernst, LeuvenIn between235-Abstract
Guido Walpot, Leuven
Postersessions day  3 – Therapy posters
Posters linger during the whole conference, presentations during lunchtime
Poster 40Satoshi Ueda, TokyoPsychotherapy resulted in successful release of a schizophrenic patient after 9 years of hospitalization043-Abstract
Poster 41Mary Coaten Extreme Music for Extreme States: How Heavy Metal Music Can Help with Experiences Conceptualised as ‘Psychosis’060-Abstract
Kate Quinn, Wakefield
Poster 42Hanna Nokio, HelsinkiTransparency in care- Handbook for patients and their families in early intervention service for patients with first episode of psychosis061-Abstract
O.N. Niemi, M.K. Karjalainen
Poster 43Daniela Šago, ZagrebDestigmatization programme for family members of people with psychotic disorders073-Abstract
D. Chrtova
Poster 44Branka Restek-Petrović, ZagrebThe group after group – what happens after the long-term psychotherapy group ends082-Abstract
M. Grah, N. Oreškovic-Krezler
Poster 45Zbynek Roboch, KlecanyDestigmatization process in the Czech republic from user's view103-Abstract
Poster 46Laura Galbusera, BerlinThe intersubjective struggle in psychosis and the healing power of dialogue139-Abstract
M. Kyselo
Poster 47Chiara Matera, RomaGetting in touch with pain in psychosis: Multifamily Piscoanalysis experiences in Rome141-Abstract
Poster 48Lukasz Szostakiewicz, WarsawThe oldest Social Psychiatry Rehabilitation Center in Poland after 15 years of activity234-Abstract
A. Czechowska
Poster 49Daniela Šago, ZagrebDay hospital as early intervention program for individuals with first psychotic episode236-Abstract
Višnja Martić, K. Habus, E. Ivezic, D. Šmida, V. Komesarovic, D. Varga, M. Žanko, R. Fiolic, V. Lovretic, I. Filipcic
Poster 50Mark Andrews, SpaldingAt Risk Mental State (ARMS), the application of CBTp, a treatment which works and reconnects people247-Abstract
Poster 51A. HunFrom hopelessness to possibility: a journey from marginalization to belonging through reconnection to family and healing of trauma259