The EABP Congress 2012
The European Association of Body Psychotherapists congress took place in Cambridge 2012. Its now possible to buy DVD recordings from the congress in a ten disc presentation folder, produced by Owl Productions.
‘Congress Official Opening and Welcome’ Dr. Kathrin Stauffer, Chair of CABP and the EABP Congress Planning Committee, Lidy Evertsen, Chair of EABP, Welcome from Professor Andrew Samuels Former Chair of UKCP and Professor for Psychoanalytic Studies, University of Essex. ‘Polarizing or Integrating Differences? An experiential plenary presentation’ Merete Holm Brantbjerg.
‘The Polyvagal Theory and the Face –Heart connection: Neural Mechanisms mediating Social Behaviour and health’. Stephen W. Porges, Ph.D. is Professor of Psychiatry and Biomedical Engineering and Director of the Brain-Body Center at the University of Illinois at Chicago. Professor Porges has authored “The Polyvagal Theory: Neurophysiological Foundations of Emotions, Attachment, Communication, and Self-Regulation” (Norton, 2011).
‘The Healing Power of Love: an Oxytocin Hypothesis’ C.Sue Carter, PhD. is Professor of Psychiatry and Co-Director of The Brain Body Center at the University of Illinois at Chicago. Dr. Carter discovered the important role that oxytocin plays in establishment of social bonds and how neuropeptides can program the developing nervous system with life-long consequences for brain and social behaviour.
‘Panel Presentation on Body Psychotherapy’: Shoshi Asheri, Dr. Asaf Rolef Ben-Shahar, Roz Carroll, Michael Soth and Nick Totton.
‘Event Memories of Familial Traumas: How to Integrate ‘The Scene of the Crime’’. Dr Eric Wolterstorff and Dr Herbert Grassmann.
‘The Body In and Out of the World’. Lily Anagnostopoulou PhD, psychologist –psychotherapist. International Trainer for Biosynthesis in Greece, Israel, Russia, Czech Republic. Founder and Director of the Greek Biosynthesis Centre. Trained in Biosynthesis, Bioenergetics-Body Psychotherapy, PTSD, Eriksonian Hypnosis, Youngian Dream Analysis, Family Therapy, Group Analysis, Rogerian Counseling. Has several publications and publishing supervisions.
‘Ecopsychology: Exploring Eros, Animal and Earth’.by Mary Jayne Rust ‘During the 1980’s I worked at the London Women’s Therapy Centre with women with eating problems. This work inspired me to explore the impact of culture on psychological health, and why we over-consume the earth. I joined an Ecopsychology group, and trained as a Jungian analyst. Currently I work as a therapist in north London. I also teach, write and run workshops in the field of ecopsychology’.
by Professor Rubens Kignel is doctor of Communication and Semiotics, University of Bologna, guest teacher at the Institute of Psychology of University of S�o Paulo, Brasil. Teacher and trainer at several schools of Bodypsychotherapy in Europe, Japan and South America for the last 30 years. Former president of the Brazilian Association of Psychotherapy. Researcher on LinC – Laboratory of the studies in Collective Intelligence and Biopolitics of University Catolica in S�o Paulo.
The World in the Body – Soma, Culture and Intersubjectivity A panel discussion of the body as cultural phenomena chaired by Tom Warnecke with Lily Anagnostopoulou, Carmen Ablack, Michael Randolph and Christine Caldwell.
‘Inner and Outer Critical Voices: The Embodiment of Competition, Co-operation and Collaboration in the Therapeutic World’. Carmen Joanne Ablack