25-28 Maggio 2017

Rage and Mourning

26th Annual conference – International Association for forensicPsychotherapy


ITALY – Catania – Monastero dei Benedettini


WHO WE ARE

The International Association for Forensic Psychotherapy (IAFP) is a Charity and exists to promote the health of offenders and victims through the use of psychotherapeutic understanding, risk assessment and treatment techniques and to advance understanding about forensic psychotherapeutic practice.

ATTENDEES

The 26th IAFP Conference is an international scientific event focused on bringing together clinicians and also any professional or volunteer that works and/or collaborates in the forensic field, such as in the forensic academic world. We anticipate attendees coming from many different countries of the world, including psychiatrists, psychotherapists (group, individual and art therapists), psychologists, trainees, social workers. But also lawyers, judges and nurses interested in this area and in the issue and in the topics of the Conference.

MAIN TOPICS

  • RAGE AND MOURNING IN FAMILY AND GENDER DYNAMICS
  • ACTS OF RAGE AGAINST SOCIETY BY INDIVIDUAL AND BY GROUPS
  • THE DARK WEB: CYBERBULLYING AND OTHER FORMS OF ONLINE VIOLENCE
  • VIOLENCE BY CAREGIVERS AGAINST VULNERABLE PEOPLE: CHILDREN, THE ELDERLY, AND INDIVIDUALS WITH DISABILITIES
  • SEARCHING FOR RELIEF THROUGH DRUG USE
  • THE MATTE BLANCO AND BI – LOGIC BASED PERSPECTIVE ON RAGE AND MOURNING
  • PERVERSION, RAGE, AND MOURNING
  • THERAPEUTIC PERSPECTIVES: INDIVIDUAL, GROUP, AND SOCIAL THERAPIES FOR GRIEF AND RAGE
  • DEALING WITH RAGE AND MOURNING IN THE COURT
  • RAGE AND MOURNING IN CHILDHOOD AND ADOLESCENCE
  • THE HUMAN BEING IN THE GREEK TRAGEDIES: FATE, FAMILY INHERITANCE, PASSIONS AND WILL
  • RAGE AND MOURNING: THE DANGEROUS LIASON
  • PARTICIPANTS REGISTRATION
  • Deadline: April 23, 2017

FEES

IAFP MEMBERS € 300
NON-MEMBERS € 350
STUDENTS, POST-DOCS € 150
GALA DINNER € 50
Registration fee includes: badge, proceedings, coffee break, lunches, welcome party, congress facilities

ABSTRACT SUBMISSION

REGULAR ATTENDEE
Deadline: February 5, 2017

ACCEPTANCE NOTIFICATION

March 31, 2017

Registration and abstract submission www.forensicpsychotherapy.com