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Interdisciplinary Psychoanalytic Research Conference 2015

February 27 - March 1, 2015. Frankfurt / Main. Traumatised "children-at-risk" are an important subject of the interdisciplinary dialogue between Psychoanalysis and its related disciplines and the central topic of the Interdisciplinary Psychoanalytic Research Conference 2015. They pose a particular challenge for psychotherapists, educational scientists, teachers, educators and politicians. The conference continues the tradition of the Joseph Sandler Research Conferences and is jointly organised by the Sigmund Freud Institute, the IDeA Centre of the LOEWE ‘excellence initiative’ in the state of Hessen, the Goethe-University Frankfurt, the University of Kassel and the University of Stockholm.

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Approaching “children-at-risk”: Psychoanalytic and Interdisciplinary Research on Traumatized Children

Friday 27 February

1.00 pm    Registration (Goethe University, Campus Westend) Chair: Tamara Fischmann, Ulrich Bahrke, Frankfurt

2.00-2.30 pm   Greetings and Welcome
Boris Rhein, Minister of Science and Art (invited); Birgitta Wolff, President of Goethe-University; Frankfurt Sarah Sorge, City of Frankfurt (invited)

2.30-3.30 pm   Introduction to the Conference
Marcus Hasselhorn, Director of the IDeACenter, DIPF, Goethe University, Frankfurt; Marianne Leuzinger-Bohleber, Vice Chair of the IPA Research Committee, Director of the Sigmund-Freud-Institut, IDeACenter;

Interdisciplinary research on „children-at- risk“- What has psychoanalysis to contribute? –an international perspective
Stephan Hau, University of Stockholm

3.30-4.15 pm   Trauma and poverty
Sabine Andresen, Frankfurt

4.15-4.45 pm Coffee break

4.45-5.30 pm   Working with traumatized refugees
Sverre Varvin, Oslo

5.30-6.15 pm   “I don´t want to end”. Challenges for the analyst
Siri Gullestad, Oslo

7.15-8.15 pm Welcome drink

PUBLIC LECTURE - ÖFFENTLICHER VORTRAG
Chair: Tamara Fischmann, Frankfurt

8.15-10.00 pm   “ Das Weiße Band” (“The White Ribbon”) (Michael Haneke, 2009) Psychoanalytische Überlegungen zu Langzeitfolgen von Traumatisierungen.
Ralf Zwiebel, Kassel; Andreas Hamburger, Berlin


Saturday 28 February

Chair: Stephan Hau, Stockholm

9.00-9.45 am    Conceptual research on trauma
Jorge Canestri, Rom

9.45-10.30 am   Mixed methods study of outcome of treatments of adolescent patients
Mary Target, London

10.30-11.00 am    Coffee break

11.00-11.45 am    Trauma und Depression in der LAC Depressionsstudie
Ulrich Bahrke, Frankfurt a.M.

11.45-12.30 am    Attachment, trauma and neurobiology
Tamara Fischmann, Frankfurt a.M.

12.30-2.00 pm    Lunch (Sandwiches will be served)

Poster Session (application to Congress Organization)

2.00-2.45 pm    How to represent the unrepresented trauma? Psychoanalysis and Embodied Cognitive Science in Dialogue
Marianne Leuzinger-Bohleber, Frankfurt; Rolf Pfeifer, Zürich/Shanghai

3.1    - 6.00 pm Parallel Panels, Researchers in Communication with Keynote speakers

Panel I: Clinical research on trauma (in English)
(Chair: Horst Kächele, Ulm)
Heinz Weiss, Stuttgart: Clinical case study of a severely traumatized patient
David Taylor, London: Discussant
Lisa Kallenbach, Ulrich Bahrke, Johannes Kaufhold, Margerete Schött: Extralinical findings from the LAC Study.

Panel II: Klinische und extraklinische Forschung zu traumatisierten Kindern (in Deutsch)
(Chair: N.N.)
A)    „... dann bin ich vorbereitet!“ - Risikofaktoren bei der Persönlichkeitsentwicklung von Kindern. Ergebnisse der EVA-Studie und Einzelfalldarstellung. Verena Neubert, Marion Hermann, Frankfurt.
B) „Frühe Trennungen: Ein Trauma?“ Nachdenken über die Filme von James Robertson - Zu Reaktionen von Kleinkindern auf Trennungen. Birgit Gaertner, Adelheid Staufenberg, Frankfurt.
Panel III:  Erste Schritte – Ein Frühpräventionsangebot für Familien mit Migrationshintergrund (in Deutsch)

(Chair: N.N.)
A)    Klinische Beobachtungen und empirische Ergebnisse aus Frankfurt. Judith Lebiger-Vogel, Constanze Rickmeyer, Caroline Marx, Frankfurt.
B)    Klinische BEobachtungen und empirische Ergebnisse aus Berlin. Korinna Fritzemeyer, Alice Färber, Cathrin Walther, Berlin.

Panel IV: Interdisciplinary research on “children-at-risk” at the IDeACenter
(Chair: Götz Krummheuer, Tanja Betz, Sabine Andresen, N.N.)

Panel V: Children-at-risk in contemporary China
(Chair: Sverre Varvin (Oslo)): speakers: Maya Nadig (Bremen), Alf Gerlach (Saarbrücken), Tomas Plänkers (Frankfurt)


Sunday 1 March

Chair: Heinz Weiss, Stuttgart

9.00-9.45 am   Early parenting- neuroscientific findings
Johannes Lehtonen, Helsinki

9.45-10.30 am    Trauma research and the bridge to psychoanalytic prevention and child therapies
Patrick Meurs, Leuven

10.30-11.00 am       Data Blitz and Summary of Congress
Young Scientists of the IDeACenter, SFI: Margerete Schött, Constanze Rickmeyer, Korinna Fritzemeyer, Verena Neubert, Lorena Hartmann, Miriam Schäfer, u. a.:

11.00-12.30 pm    Remembering traumatized children in the Holocaust: An exhibition of a Jewish family in Frankfurt (in cooperation with the Jewish museum, Frankfurt) (preliminary plans)

12.30 pm    Closing remarks

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