Symposium: THE EMBODIED MIND IN A RELATIONAL WORLD...
THE EMBODIED MIND IN A RELATIONAL WORLD:
NEUROPSYCHOTHERAPEUTIC PERSPECTIVES ON THE PATHS OF LIFE
The Finnish Association for Neuropsychotherapy will arrange an international symposium in June 8-9th, 2017. The symposium venue will be in the Theatre Museum. Theatre Museum is located in the Cable Factory (Address: Tallberginkatu 1 G, Helsinki). It is specialized in theater and performing arts. Theatre Museum provides a unique venue for workshops, seminars and parties.
The symposium will focus on theoretical and clinical applications of neuropsychotherapy throughout the lifespan. The program will start on Thursday from the point of view of children: by bridging theoretical understanding with clinical implications, and will continue by presenting a polyvagal perspective on emotional regulation. We will then continue to the world of teenagers and coping with the immature brain. On Friday we will move to the mature and aging brain. We will start with challenges and dilemmas in psychotherapy of patients with neurological disorders and will end the symposium dealing with aging neuronal networks and the art of aging.
The speakers represent world-renowned researchers and clinicians from Denmark, UK, and Finland:
o Dr, psychotherapist Susan Hart, Denmark
o MD, child psychiatrist Jukka Mäkelä, Finland
o MD Elina Hermansson, Finland
o Dr Rudi Coetzer, UK
o Professor Juha Rinne, Finland
o Clinical neuropsychologist, psychotherapist, LicPsych Ritva Laaksonen, Finland
For more information, please look: http://neuropsykoterapia.fi/international-symposium-2017-2/
|Dato:||08-06-2017 06:46 - 09-06-2017 06:46|