Psychoanalytic Psychotherapy in Our Time. When, Where and for Whom? (EFPP2003)
Venue: Norra Latin/CCC
|Event Date/Time: Jul 04, 2003||End Date/Time: Jul 06, 2003|
|Registration Date: Jul 04, 2003|
|Early Registration Date: Apr 30, 2003|
|Abstract Submission Date: Oct 30, 2002|
Inger Larsson (Sweden), Phone No: +46 8 512 41260
E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org & email@example.com
EFPP Conference Websites:
www.efpp.org and www.enigma.se/efpp
You will find the Conference programme in French on the EFPP website
Daniela Moggi, Italy
Ludvig Igra, Sweden
Maria Rhode, UK
Suggestions of Conference Themes
The need of psychoanalytic psychotherapy in our decade – when, where and for whom?
Training in psychoanalytic psychotherapy – when, where and for whom?
How can research help to keep psychoanalytic psychotherapy on the map in this century?
How does psychoanalytic psychotherapy organise itself in our time? Different models in different countries.
Changes in society, the child and the family, couples, sexuality and gender identity - implications for psychoanalytic psychotherapy.
The development of psychoanalytic psychotherapy in Eastern and central Europe - help and hindrance.
Psychoanalytic psychotherapy with immigrants, adopted children and with their families.
Psychoanalytic psychotherapy in forensic settings.
The role of infant observations in modern psychoanalytic psychotherapy.
The effect of the EFPP in national and European developments.
How can psychoanalytic knowledge and skills contribute to prevention?
You are of course welcome to offer abstracts on relevant themes of you own choice!
Call for abstracts for workshops
White A4 typing paper can be used for abstracts and they can be submitted in English or French.
Maximum length 250 words on one side.
Please send the abstract by mail or e-mail before October, 31, 2002 to:
SE-186 97 Brottby
E:mail: firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com
The official conference languages of EFPP conferences are English and French. Simultaneous translation will be available between English and French in plenary sessions if translation is required by an adequate number of participants. Please make sure to mark your preferred language on the reply slip.
The Stockholm City Council is inviting all conference participants to a reception in the City Hall of Stockholm on Friday the 4th. The City Hall is the setting of the Nobel Prize Banquet each year. Apart from food and drinks there will be a short presentation of the magnificent building.
A conference dinner will be held in the restaurant of the Vasa Museum(»»). The warship Vasa sunk on her first voyage in 1628. She is today a world wide wonder in her museum in Stockholm.
For information on registration and accommodation, please contact:
c/o Stockholm Convention Bureau
Postal address: Box 6911
Visiting address: Drottninggatan 97, IV
SE-102 39 Stockholm
Fax: +46 8 5465 1599