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Thursday August 29th

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Thursday August 29th:
Theme relationship psychosis with migration, social exclusion and low status group

Day 1, Thursday August 29th: Theme relationship psychosis with migration, social exclusion and low status group

SORT

TIME VENUE

NAME - ABSTRACT

PICTURE

TIME

Registration for the conference

08.00 – 15.30 h
Ground floor

Registration for the conference

08.30 – 09.15 h

Willem Burger Zaal

Chair ISPS

And chair local organising committee

Video ‘About Stranger in the City’

Welcome by chair

09.15 – 09.30 h
Foyer

Chair

09.30 – 09.45 h

Willem Burger Zaal

Jim van Os

Introduction

Keynote Speaker

09.45 – 10.15 h

Willem Burger Zaal

Us and Them – psychosis among ethnic minorities

Keynote Speaker

10.15 – 10.45 h

Willem Burger Zaal

From the Margins to the Centers across cultures: the powerful pan-lexicon of Psychosis

Keynote Speaker

10.45 – 11.15 h

Willem Burger Zaal

The relationship of psychosis with migration , social exclusion and low status groups

Short Coffeebreak

11.15 – 11.45 h
Foyer

Debate with the speakers and representatives from psychoanalyse, CBT, family approach, rehab approach

11.45 – 12.30 h

Willem Burger Zaal

What does our approach do to promote recovery of persons from low status groups?

Lunch and poster sessions

12.30 – 13.30 h
Foyer

Poster sessions

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

See below

Parallel sessions, 13.30 – 15.00 on day 1

SORT

TIME VENUE

NAME - ABSTRACT

PICTURE

TIME

Symposium 3

What explains the increased incidence of psychosis among first- and second-generation migrants?

13.30 – 15.00 h

Willem Burger Zaal

Jean-Paul Selten, Leiden
273

What explains the increased incidence of psychosis among first-and second generation migrants? Strengths and limitations of the social defeat hypothesis of non-affective psychosis

Hannah Jongsma
201

What explains the increased incidence of psychosis among first-and second generation migrants?

Craig Morgan, London
255-Abstract

A Sociodevelopmental Pathway to Psychosis: Update and Refinements

Symposium 6

Why the World Health Organization and the American Psychiatric Association should drop the term “schizophrenia”

13.30 – 15.00 h

Van Weelde Zaal

Brian Koehler, New York
131-Abstract

Why the World Health Organization and the American Psychiatric Association should drop the term “schizophrenia”

M.A.C. Calmeyn, Loppem Zedelgem
178-Abstract

DSM (5) and psychosis: the psychosis of DSM (5) ?

J.J. van Os, B. Froyen

Anne Cooke, Tunbridge Wells
097-Abstract

Changing society’s understanding of psychosis: a call to arms

Workshop 1

Stronger through diversity

13.30 – 15.00 h
Hudig Zaal

Caroline Verheijde-Zeijl, Goes
059-Abstract

Stronger through diversity

A.M.C. de Voogt

Workshop 28

Recovery, envelopment and family

13.30 – 15.00 h
Schadee Zaal

Leigh Murray, Auckland
116-Abstract

Empowering family by strengthening the relationship with their loved one experiencing psychosis

Workshop 28

Recovery, envelopment and family

Victor Kouratovsky, Rotterdam
211-Abstract

An attempt at integrating: Envelopment

Workshop 33

Mutual listening and learning

13.30 – 15.00 h
Mees Zaal

Berta Britz and Dirk Corstens
245-Abstract

Practicing Conversations Across our Differences

Tofik Boughrini, Utrecht (in Dutch)
198-Abstract

Accept what you cannot change and change what you cannot accept

Workshop 36

Reconnection after War Violence and Forced Migration

13.30 – 15.00 h
Van Rijke Vorsel Zaal

Lies Missotten, Leuven
222-Abstract

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

J. Versteele, L. de Haene

Megan Levy, Perth
172-Abstract

Effects of War Violence and Forced Migration on Psycho-Social Developmental Systems Regression, Psychosis, and Reconnection

Workshop 38

Transcultural approaches of djinns and spirits

13.30 – 15.00 h
Van Beuningen Zaal

Marjolein van Duijl
242-Abstract

Diagnosis and management of spirit-possession, culture, psychosis or dissociation?

Dr. Sara Betteridge , Westcliff-on-Sea
081-Abstract

The Islamic perspective on Jinn, Evil Eye, and Black Magic and their impact on mental health presentations

Oral presentations group 1

Loneliness, identity loss and social withdrawel

13.30 – 15.00 h
Plate Zaal

Dr Laura Sharony , Acre
034-Abstract

R. Josman

From loneliness to belonging, objective and subjective feeling in Navigate program for first psychotic crisis

Nienke Moernaut, Gent
042-Abstract

Stijn Vanheule

Negative symptoms as relational phenomena

Thijs Burger, Amsterdam
154-Abstract

M. Lachmeijer, K. de Wilde, R.M. van Eck, A. Veilinga, J.J.M. Kikkert, M. Dekker, L. de Haan, M.B. de Koning

“Who do I allow to accompany me?” Perspective Matters in Recovery, a qualitative study

Yaacov Rosenthal, Neve Michael
229-Abstract

Treatment of a young woman suffering from psychosis with a history of adoption at an early age

Workshop 40

The challenge of implementation

13.30 – 15.00 h
Ruys Zaal

Matteo Mazzariol , Castlebar
246-Abstract

F. Callagy, S. Foy, M. McGeough

The challenges and opportunities of implementing psychological and social interventions with adult people suffering from severe mental distress

M. Garrett, Brooklyn New York
027-Abstract

Impediments to the Implementation of Psychotherapy for Psychosis in Public Mental Health Centers

Oral presentations group 2
Relationship, transference and recovery

13.30 – 15.00 h
Van der Vorm Zaal

A.A.G. Leggett, Central Coast Nsw
054-Abstract

Watching Over Sleeping Beauty–Working with Psychic Stasis in the Transference-Countertransference Situation

Cynthia Dorrestijn, Enschede
218-Abstract

Where there is a will, there is a way (into and out of psychosis)

Wilfried Ver Eecke
270-Abstract

Schizophrenia as a defective development in childhood

Parallel sessions, 15.30 – 17.00 on day 1

SORT

TIME VENUE

NAME - ABSTRACT

PICTURE

TIME

Symposium 7

Recovery around the world

15.30 – 17.00 h
Willem Burger Zaal

J. van Weeghel, Utrecht
163-Abstract

C.P.G. Couwenbergh

How can we prevent chronicity of psychosis and other (severe) mental health problems? A consultation of experts in the Netherlands

Anuradha Sovani, Mumbai
072-Abstract

“We drew a circle and took him in” – a sharing from India

Symposium 13
After the storm: the meaning of psychosis

15.30 – 17.00 h
Van Beuningen Zaal

Jef Lisaerde, Leuven
086-Abstract

M. Christianen, F. Dhooghe

After the storm: Conversations on psychosis and identity

Symposium 16

‘Coming off psychiatric medications: Is tolerating uncertainty the next medical revolution?’

15.30 – 17.00 h
Van Weelde Zaal

Peter Groot, Maastricht (chair)
046-Abstract

Jim van Os and Will Hall

Is tolerating uncertainty the next medical revolution?

Workshop 4

The culturally sensitive approach of Daar-na

13.30 – 15.00 h
Hudig Zaal

Sabah Nhass, Utrecht
076-Abstract

Ahmed Salama, Culemborg

Karin Kraaij

How Lister Daar-na Utrecht takes a culturally sensitive approach to psychosis

Workshop 32

Relationship, peers and the process of diagnoses

15.30 – 17.00 h
Schadee Zaal

Margaux Sageot, Kortenberg
145-Abstract

J. Vandamme

How to connect during diagnostic interventions in psychosis?

Mr Marko Turner, Mount Druitt
098-Abstract

P. Pradhan

Working Relationally with Lived Experience: Evolving Consumer Led Clinical Services with Peer Support Workers

Workshop 34

ISPS for whites only?- Working with Families Across Different Cultures

15.30 – 17.00 h
Ruys Zaal

Martin Atchison
188-Abstract

Working with families from different cultures

Val Jackson, Wakefield
195-Abstract

ISPS for Whites only? – What’s next?

Workshop 39

Being the Stranger

15.30 – 17.00 h
Mees Zaal

F. Lopes Martins da Veiga, Rotterdam
193-Abstract

Being a black professional in white mental health institutes

Victor Kouratovsky

Jane Herington, Kent
248-Abstract

The Stranger at the University …..the struggle with student life encountered by some freshers (and older students too)

Oral presentations group 3
Lacanian and other psychoanalytical approaches

13.30 – 15.00 h
Van der Vorm Zaal

Bret Fimiani, Alameda
004-Abstract

The Fear of Psychosis: Traversing the Gap Between Psychotic and Non-Psychotic Experience.

Yair Tzivoni, Haifa, D. Koren, P. Josef, L. Schalit-Cohen
036-Abstract

Unstable Clinical Structure as a risk factor for Schizophrenia Spectrum Disorders: Findings from a seven-year follow-up study among help-seeking adolescents

B.N. Seitler, Ridgewood
053-Abstract

Case Study of An Octogenarian Hoarder: Stuffing and Occupying any Space between Neurosis and Psychosis

Jos de Kroon, Rotterdam
253-Abstract

The syndrome of Capgras revisited

Oral presentations group 4

Social exclusion and psychosis

15.30 – 17.00 h
Plate Zaal

Claire Wheeler, Colcheste
|122-Abstract

L. Wood, E. Quinlan, A. Spencer

Snitches get stitches: A qualitative exploration of childhood bullying amongst individuals with early psychosis experiences

Rober Qi , Liverpool
134-Abstract

R.G. White, J.C. McIntyre, R.P. Bentall

The Impact of Social Identity on the Qualitative Experience of Paranoia: a Systematic Review

David Vinkers, Rotterdam
189-Abstract

J.J. van Os, H.W. Hoek

Social defeat and psychosis in young Caribbean immigrants to Rotterdam

Beverly Gibbons, Knoxville, TN
220-Abstract

Ali: Fear eats the soul – Strangers in the City

Oral presentations group 5
Cultural differences and psychosis

15.30 – 17.00 h
Van Rijcke vorsel Zaal

Igor Pietkiewicz, Katowice
094-Abstract

R. Tomalski, U Klosinska

Cultural factors affect explanatory models for hearing voices and help-seeking pathways

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

SORT

TIME VENUE

NAME - ABSTRACT

PICTURE

TIME

Poster 1

Markus Heinimaa, Turku
013-Abstract

Psychosis, trauma and dissociation – conceptual issues

Poster 2

Sladana Strkalj-Ivezic, Zagreb
029-Abstract

Self stigma and social self-efficancy

Poster 2

H.K. Horvat

Poster 3

Lana Renny, Kent
058-Abstract

An exploration of how men with “grandiose beliefs” understand their interpersonal relationships and self-esteem

C. Cupitt

T. Lavender

Poster 4

Sophie Baker, Bangor
067-Abstract

Perceptions of belonging in service users with psychosis living in linguistically mismatched communities in North Wales

Poster 4

C.W.N. Saville, M. Jackson

Poster 5

Peciccia, Maurizio, Varazze
075-Abstract

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

T. Stefanelli, G. Guisto, F. Bonino, A. Codino

Poster 6

Radoslaw Tomalski, Katowice
091-Abstract

Development of the Structured Clinical Interview for Voice-hearers (SCIV)

I.J. Pietkiewicz

Poster 8

Rocio Caballero, Madrid
093-Abstract

Exploring dynamics in paranoia after a positive psychology group intervention: Network Analysis with Experience Sampling Methodology

R. Espinoza, A. Trucharte, V. Peinado, C. Valiente

Poster 9

Rocio Caballero, Madrid
R. Espinoza, A. Trucharte, A. Contreras, V. Peinado, C. Valiente
095-Abstract

The perception of well-being; Do people with severe mental illness and their therapists put themselves in each other’s shoes?

Poster 10

Almudena Trucharte, Madrid
R. Espinoza, C. Valiente, A. Contreras, V. Peinado
096-Abstract

Adult attachment styles and paranoia: a mediational analysis

Poster 11

Janne-Elin Yttri, Brøndbyvester
121-Abstract

Auditory verbal hallucinations in schizophrenia: phenomenology of the mode of onset

A. Urfer-Parnas, J. Parnas

Poster 7

Tatiana Kishka, St. Petersburg
123-Abstract

How Can a Psychosocial Rehabilitation Programme Change Behaviour Self-Regulation of Inpatients Diagnosed with Schizophrenia within a Forensic Low Secure Unit?

Lucas Gutiérrez, Puerto Montt
125-Abstract

Javiera Leteler

Poster 7

C. Gallardo, C. Mena, R. Nachar, M. Monje, Iruretagoyena, J.P. Bundurraga, C. Diaz, DP Castañeda

Exploring dynamics in paranoia after a positive psychology group intervention: Network Analysis with Experience Sampling Methodology

Poster 14

Manuel Tettamanti, Geneva
127-Abstract

The healing power of human reconnection: clinician and user’s views on a unit for young adults with early mental difficulties

C.L. Curtis

Poster 15

Brian Koehler, New York
133-Abstract

On Loneliness: Neuroscience, Social and Psychological Perspectives

Poster 17

B. Rosenbaum, Copenhagen
140-Abstract

How psychiatrists and artists collaboratively may lead creative writing-therapies in groups of people suffering from severe mental illness

B. Bundesen

Poster 18

Clare Howie, Belfast
143-Abstract

Screening for the At-Risk Mental State in Educational Settings: A Systematic Review

C. Potter, C. Shannon, G. Davidson, C. Mulholland

Ondrej Pec, Prague
147-Abstract

Psychodynamic day treatment programme for patients with schizophrenia spectrum disorders: Dynamics and predictors of therapeutic change

P. Bob, J. Pec, A. Hrubcova

Poster 20

Forgotten Features of Psychosis: The role of social isolation, trauma and personality

L. Martinez Prado

Poster 21

Neely Anne Laurenzo Myers, Dallas
152-Abstract

What counts as care for racially and ethnically diverse young persons diagnosed with early psychosis in the U.S.?

Poster 22

Vanesa Peinado, Madrid
153-Abstract

Exploring the relationships between self-esteem and paranoia: is the jumping to conclusion a moderator of this relationship?

R. Espinosa, A. Contreras, A. Trucharte, R. Caballero, C. Valiente

Poster 23

Ana Elisa Sousa, Montreal
167-Abstract

Using the Method of Loci to improve episodic memory in psychosis: a feasibility study

M. Lepage, M. Brodeur

Poster 24

Ibrahim Onsesveren, Rotterdam
182-Abstract

Time to medication discontinuation with different antipsychotic formulations in patients with schizophrenia: a claims-based study

A. van der Lee, A. Wierdsma, L. de Haan, C.L. Mulder

Poster 25

Erik Thys, Kortenberg

196-Abstract

Stigmatization of psychosis: a 10-year study of Flemish newspapers

Poster 26

Ingvild Aase, Stavanger
197-Abstract

Positive -, negative- and disorganized symptom drivers of cognitive/executive dysfunction in ultra high risk state for psychosis

J.O. Johannessen,

Poster 27

Eila Sailas, Hyvinkää

221-Abstract

Asking clients regularly how they are – it changes treatment plans

T. Linderg, T. Säämänen

Poster 28

Hee-jung Lee, Seoul

224-Abstract

Longitudinal Empathy Trajectories at Urban Community Child Centers and the Effects of Adolescents’ Experience of Discrimination

Poster 29

Roupen Baronian, Essex
239-Abstract

Peer support groups for paranoid and unusual beliefs: a qualitative analysis of members’ experiences

D.T. Taggart, L.W. Wood

Poster 33

Rado Gorjup, Primorska
155

Asking clients regularly how they are – it changes treatment plans

Poster 43

Mrs Vítková
Daniela Šago, Zagreb, D. Chrtova

73

Destigmatization programme for family members of people with psychotic disorders

Poster 45

Zbynek Roboch, Klecany
103

Destigmatization process in the Czech republic from user’s view