Conference information

Language

  • main language of conference: English
  • language of satellite symposia: Polish or English

Social Events

Gala Dinner Hotel Nadmorski/Gdynia: per Person 50,– € (incl. non-alcoholic drinks).

Venue

Hotel Nadmorski ****
Ul. Ejsmonda 2
81-409 Gdynia
www.nadmorski.pl
hotel@nadmorski.pl

 

Accreditation

Accreditation for medical participants has been asked.

Programm

Programme Outline ( 01.02.2017) 
Thursday, May 18 : Lectures and Workshops
Friday, May 19 : Lectures and Workshops
Saturday, May 20: Supervisions

What is scheduled so far

Program Gdynia

Wiesław J. Cubała- Department of Psychiatry, Medical University of Gdańsk., Ewa Staszewska, Roman Ludkiewicz

  • Current issues in Polish Psychiatry- Updating the Situation

Ewa Dobiała- psychiatrist, certified psychotherapist of Polish Psychiatric Association; psychotherapist and trainer of positive and transcultural psychotherapy, Poland

  • Migration and transcultural psychiatry in Poland

Marianne C. Kastrup – psychiatrist, Danmark

  • To what extent are ethical guidelines dependent on culture

Hans Rohlof- psychiatrist; Holland

  • Psychotherapy with migrants

Kees Laban – psychiatrist, De Evenaar North Netherlands Centre for Transcultural Psychiatry 

  • Suicidal behaviour among asylum seekers in the Netherlands; prevalence, background and prevention

 Thomas Wenzel – psychiatrist, Medical University Vienna and   Siroos Mirzaei – nuclear           medicine – Wilhelminenspital, Austria

  • Refugee protection  – an interdisciplinary challenge

Ron Wintrob – psychiatrist, USA,  

  • Changing attitudes toward immigrants in an era of fear of terrorism; effects on public policy in the USA
    Stompe Thomas – psychiatrist, Medical University Vienna
    Behind the bars: Mentally ill migrants not guilty for reason of insanity in Austria (2000-2016)

Abdelhak Elghezouani – psychologist, Switzerland 

  • Toward a more comprehensive model of care for torture and ill treatment victims

 

  • Thomas Wenzel – psychiatrist, Medical University Vienna and Siroos Mirzaei – nuclear medicine – Wilhelminenspital, Austria  Refugee protection  – an interdisciplinary challenge  Workshop: „Istanbul Protocol“ (The Manual on Effective Investigation and Documentation of Torture and Other Cruel, Inhuman or Degrading Treatment or Punishment)
  • Ewa Dobiała- psychiatrist, certified psychotherapist of Polish Psychiatric Association; psychotherapist and trainer of positive and transcultural psychotherapy, Poland
  • Paula Ekster – psychologist, Netherlands Workshop: Resilience-oriented treatment for refugee unaccompanied minors

Hürrem Tezcan-Güntekin – sociologist, Faculty for Public Health, Bielefeld University 

  • Dementia in Turkish migrant population in Germany and ethical challenges for medical and nursing care services

Simon Groen – cultural anthropologist, Netherlands 

  • Post-migration living problems as a risk factor for cultural identity and mental health

Trilsnik Beata – psychologist, University Vienna, A

  • The impact of country of immigration on acculturation strategies and mental health of Jewish migrants from the former Soviet Union

Stefanka Tomcheva – positive psychotherapist, master-trainer of positive and transcultural psychotherapy, Bulgaria 

  • Adolescent between the two shores. Presenting a case of psychotherapeutic practice.

       Anna Hakiel- Master Applied Psychology, Master Positive Transcultural Psychotherapiest,       Berlin/ Krakow/ Wroclaw

  • Shame as a crucial mediator in building therapeutic relationship, inclusive transcultural society and in peacebuilding processes.

Mimoun Azizi – psychiatrist, University Oldenburg 

  • Posttraumatic stress disorder as a result of war and flight: Development, maintenance and comorbidity – an overview

Joanna Ławicka- PhD in Special Education, therapist, President of “Prodeste” Foundation, Opole, Polska  Workshop

  • A child with autism from the bilingual family and multilingual environment

Snezhanka Dimitrova – positive psychotherapist, master- trainer of positive and transcultural psychotherapy, President of Bulgarian association of positive psychotherapy, Bulgaria 

  • Positum approach to misunderstandings between parents and adopted children of different ethnic origin. Presenting a case of psychotherapeutic practice.

Iris Tatjana Graef-Calliess – Psychiatrist, Wahrendorff Clinic, Head of the Centre of Transcultural Psychiatry and Psychotherapy, Hannover, Germany; chair research group Social and Transcultural Psychiatry and Psychotherapy, Hannover Medical School, Hannover, Germany 

  • Challenges of mental health care of refugees

Maria Belz – psychologist, Asklepios Clinic, Centre of Transcultural Psychiatry and Psychotherapy, Göttingen, Germany 

  • Prevalence of mental disorders in a German refugee reception camp

Umut Altunoz –  psychiatrist, Wahrendorff Clinic, Centre of Transcultural Psychiatry and Psychotherapy, Hannover, Germany  Suicidality and other clinical characteristics of a refugee sample of a specialized outpatient clinic in Germany

Ibrahim Ozkan – psychologist, Asklepios Clinic, Head of the outpatient department of Transcultural Psychiatry and Psychotherapy, Göttingen, Germany 

  • Experiences with a speech reduced approach for emotional stabilization of traumatized refugees

 

Adrianna Beczek, Uniwersytet Jagielloński;Poland

  • Knowing the Patient – Knowing the Other? Narrative-based medicine as a field of intersection of anthropology and medical practice

Simone Dein; Great Britain

  • Religion and coping with schizophrenia

Wiesław J. Cubała;Poland

  • transcultural and gender-specific aspects of suicidalty in Poland.
  • Evert Hurulean – Netherlands Workshop : Working with resilience in displaced families
  • Stefan Minnemeier Workshop with Ewa Dobiała A: To make aware of the members personal view of human mankind B: exercises to support a resources focused view of human mankind Workshop Transcultural Balint-Group  
  • Anna Hakiel- Master Applied Psychology, Master Positive Transcultural Psychotherapiest Berlin/ Krakow/ Wroclaw Shame as a crucial mediator in building therapeutic relationship, inclusive transcultural society and in peacebuilding processes. Workshop: Positive Psychotherapy’s application to work with Syrian refugees.

Anna Hakiel- Master Applied Psychology, Master Positive Transcultural Psychotherapiest Berlin/ Krakow/ Wroclaw 

  • Case analyses of individual and group work with refugees living in Berlin

              Stefan Mennemeier – psychiatrist and psychotherapist, weight on positive and transcultural          psychosomatics and psychotraumatology, Balint-Group Leader, Kassel

  • The concept of the 5 Basic affects under aspects of bonding stability and symptom-control within the transcutural positive Psychotherapy

Ibrahim Özkan – psychologist, Asklepios Kliniken Göttingen

  • Methods in trauma therapeutic works with migrants

Peter Kaiser – psychiatrist and Psychotherapist, Anthropologist, Specialist in Tropical Medicine; Senior Consultant of Malteser International, University of Bremen; Ministry of Social Affairs and Integration Baden-Wuerttemberg 

  • Usefulness of MHPSS approach in dealing with refugees in Germany

 

 

FINAL PANEL DISCUSSION