2-4 marzo 2012 FRANCOFORTE Joseph Sandler Psychoanalytic Research Conference

Dal 02/03/2012 to 04/03/2012

 

Research in early parenting and the prevention of disorder: Interdisciplinary challenges and opportunities

Forschung zur frühen Elternschaft und Prävention von Entwicklungsstörungen
Interdisziplinäre Herausforderungen und Möglichkeiten

 

Friday, March2nd to Sunday, March 4th, 2012
PRELIMINARY PROGRAMME
(changes see: www.sigmund-freud-institut.de )

(28.8.2011)

 

The conference languages will be English and German.
Kongresssprachen sind Englisch und Deutsch.

Main lectures held in English and German will be available in respective language.
Die Hauptvorträge werden in Deutsch oder Englisch gehalten und liegen in der jeweils anderen Sprache schriftlich vor.

Die Akkreditierung der Konferenz ist bei der Landeskammer für Psychologische Psychotherapeutinnen und -therapeuten und Kinder- und Jugendlichenpsychotherapeutinnen und -therapeuten Hessen, beantragt.
Programme 2012
Thursday March 1st/Friday March 2nd

Fellows Day (location: Sigmund-Freud-Institut)

Thursday March 1st 12.00am -6pm 
Research Training Programme
:
Staff:
Horst Kächele, Berlin ;Robert Emde, Denver
Rolf Sandell, Stockholm; Marianne Leuzinger-Bohleber, Ffm,

Friday March 2nd 9.00-12.00 am (Interested persons please conctact organizers by e-mail)

12.00 am Registration (location: J.W. Goethe-University)
Chair:
Manfred Cierpka, Heidelberg (invited)
2.00-2.15 pm
Greetings and Welcome
Rolf Haubl, J.W. Goethe-Universität Frankfurt/Main, SFI
Anne-Marie Sandler, London
Markus Hasselhorn, IDeA Center, Frankfurt
President of the JWG University, Frankfurt
Jutta Ebeling: Mayor of the City of Frankfurt

2.15-2.30pm
Introduction to the Conference
Peter Fonagy, London, Chair of the IPA Research Board
Marianne Leuzinger-Bohleber, Vice Chair of the IPA   Research   Board

SECTION I: INTERDISCIPLINARY AND CINICAL PERSPECTIVES

2.30–3.15 pm
Robert N. Emde, Denver
A perspective on the prevention sciences of early development: Challenges and opportunities for psychoanalysis

3.15- 4pm
Discussion, initiated by young researcher of IDeA Center

4.-4.30pm
Coffee Break

Chair: Tomas Plänkers, SFI, Frankfurt (invited)

4.30- 5.15pm
Marcus Hasselhorn, Chair of the IDeA Center, Frankfurt
Interdisciplinary Research on Children at Risk

5.15-6.00pm
Kai von Klitzing, Leipzig
The triadic perspective for parenting and early child development: assessment, research and clinical perspectives.

6.00- 7.00pm
Discussion concerning the dialogue between academic and psychoanalytical developmental psychology, initiated by young researchers of the IDeA Center

7.00-8.15pm
Reception /Empfang

>>>Introductory lectures: Open for public audience<<<
>>>Einführungsvorträge öffentlich<<<

Chair: Marianne Leuzinger-Bohleber, SFI, Frankfurt

8.15 – 9.00pm
Henri Parens, Philadelphia
Early parenting: Examples from working with risk families

9.00- 9.30pm
Karl Heinz Brisch, Munich: Discussion(invited)


Saturday March 3rd

SECTION II: UNDERSTANDING DIFFERENCES AND PREVENTIVE INTERVENTIONS

Chair:
Tamara Fischmann, SFI /Michael Fingerle, IDeA Center, Frankfurt a.M.

9 -9.45 am
Ruth Feldman, Israel
The Neurobiological Basis of Intersubjectivity: Oxytocin, Brain, and Interactive Synchrony
9.45-10.30am
Antoine Guedeney, Paris
Decreasing disogranized attachment in multirisk families: results and lessons from a French home based prevention study
10.30 -11pm
Discussion, initiated by NN (young researcher from IDEA Center)
11.00 -11.30 am
Coffee Break / Kaffeepause
Chair: Alexa Negele, SFI, Frankfurt

11.30-12.15 am
Daniel Schechter, Geneva
Understanding how traumatized mothers process their toddlers´affective communication under stress: Towards preventive intervention for families at high risk for intergenerational violence

12.15 am-1 pm
Luigi Solano, Roma
Through symptoms to subjects: the family physician and the psychologist to gether in primary care

1.00-1.30pm
Discussion, initiated by NN (young researcher from IDEA Center)

1.30- 2.15 pm
Lunch (Sandwiches will be served) / Mittagspause

Poster Session
(application to IPA Research Committees)

2.15- 3 pm
Claudia Burckhardt-Mussmann, Frankfurt : Parenting in the project FIRST STEPS, clinical considerations

15.00- 18.00 h Parallel Panels, Researchers in Communication with Keynote speakers

 

I. (in English) Prevention studies in Australia: Brigid Jordan, Melbourn (invited)
FIRST STEPS: Prevention with immigration families: J. Lebiger-Vogel, et al.,
Robert N. Emde, Patrick Meurs, Claudia Burckhardt-Mussmann (keynote speakers)
II. (in German) Prevention in Kindergartens: EVA Project (IDeA Center)
Working with poor families: Sabine Andresen (IDeA Center)
STARTHILFE :Angelika Wolff, Marianne Leuzinger-Bohleber
Peter Fonagy, Antoine Guedeney (keynote speakers)

III. School readiness: Studies from IDeA Center and clinical/ psychoanalytical contributions
How to prepare children and their parents for school: Silke Hertel, Manfred Cierpka et al. Frankfurt/Heidelberg (invited)
Aspects of preventions in Korea: Hyoungyoon Chang (invited)
IV.  Kai von Klitzing, Luigi Solano (keynote speakers)

ADHD : Studies of IDeA Center in dialogue with clinicans
Catarina Gawrilow, et al. Frankfurt: Children with ADHD
V. Katrin Luise Laezer, Birgit Gaertner, Frankfurt a.M.
Linda Mayes, Massimo Ammaniti,(keynote speakers)

Prevention and Intervention: A child psychoanalytic perspective
Agneta Sandell, Stockholm: From nameless dread to bearable fear.
Frances Thomson-Salo, Australia : Emerging protective attachment intervention with adolescent mothers
Keynote speaker: Ruth Feldman, Daniel Schechter

20.00 Social Event in the Freud Institute
Sunday March 4th, 2011
SECTION III: PSYCHOANALYSIS, NEUROBIOLOGY AND CULTURE

Chair: Mary Target, London

09.00-09.45 am
Massimo Ammaniti, Roma
Parental intersubjectivity: From mind to brain.

09.45-10.30 am Linda Mayes, Yale:
The neurobiology of parenting and attachment: The interface between the psychology and physiology of caring

10.30-11.00 am
Coffee Break / Kaffeepause

11.00-11.45 am Patrick Meurs, Leuven
The First Steps: A culture sensitive early intervention program for immigrant parents and their children (from 0-3)

11.45am-1.30 pm Final Discussion (including young scientists)
Chairs: Robert Emde, Peter Fonagy, Marianne Leuzinger-Bohleber, SFI

 

 

General Information about the Congress

Venue
Johann Wolfgang Goethe-Universität, Campus Westend, Nebengebäude, Grüneburgplatz 1, 60323 Frankfurt/Main

How to find us
www.sigmund-freud-institut.de

Registration
All registrations, cancellations, alterations have to be sent to:
Sigmund-Freud-Institut, Jeannette Kuhlewey, Myliusstr. 20, 60323 Frankfurt/Main
Phone: ++49 (0)69 97 12 04-143, Fax: ++49 (0)69 97 12 04-4
E-mail: Annau@sigmund-freud-institut.de
To register for electronic access, please visit: www.sigmund-freud-institut.de (in process)

Accommodation
Keyword: Sandler 2011
Please take a look at the website of the: Tourismus & Congress GmbH, Frankfurt/Main, www.frankfurt-tourismus.de , E-mail: info@infofrankfurt.de
Phone: ++49 (0)69 21 23 88 00, Fax: ++49 (0)69 21 23 78 80

PRELIMINARY Conference Fees

Standard Ticket ……………200 Euro

Student fee (for coffee and sandwich)……… 7 Euro
(please supply a copy of a document confirming student status)

IPA/DPV/DPG/DGPT-Candidates and Candidates of Behavioral Trainings….. 130  Euro
(If applying for a candidate/fellow ticket please provide evidence of your institute)

Day Ticket

Saturday …….140 Euro
Sunday……. 90 Euro


Banking Transfer

Sigmund-Freud-Institut
Frankfurter Sparkasse
Bank Code: 500 502 01
Account No.: 7989
SWIFT/BIC-Code: HELADEF1822
IBAN: DE49500502010000007989

 

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