What works for whom – and why?

International Conference

Wednesday 22nd of May – 10.30 - 17.45
Lectures in English | Forelesninger på engelsk
10.30-10.45Opening
10.45-11.45Dissociative, Psychotic or both: 
Differential diagnosis and treatment implications


Suzette Boon, PhD, Clinical psychologist and psychotherapist
11.45-12.15Break
12.15-13.15Self-disorders and psychosis in schizophrenia spectrum disorders

Mads Gram Henriksen, Associate Professor, Philosophy of Psychiatry at Center for Subjectivity Research, University of Copenhagen / Senior Lecturer & Researcher, Mental Health Center Glostrup, University Hospital of Copenhagen
13.15-13.45Panel Discussion

Debate Leader/Moderator Andrew Moskowitz, Clinical psychologist, Touro College, Berlin
13.45-14.45Lunch
14.45-15.45Timing Our Interventions in Trauma Treatment Using the SEL Model for Psychosis

Pamela Fuller, Adjunct assistant professor, Department of Psychiatry, University of Utah School of Medicine
15.45-16:15Break
16.15-17.15Clinical approaches to psychoses and dissociation

Dolores Mosquera, Director, Institute for the Study of Trauma and Personality Disorders (INTRA-TP)
17.15-17.45Panel Discussion

Debate Leader/Moderator Andrew Moskowitz

Thursday 23rd of May – 9.00 - 17.00
Lectures in English | Forelesninger på engelsk
09.00-09.45Childhood trauma and psychosis: Evidence and mechanisms

Filippo Varese, Clinical psychologist, University of Manchester
09.45-10.30Childhood trauma, delusions and memory: From disorganized attachment to the double bind

Andrew Moskowitz, Clinical psychologist, Touro College, Berlin
10.30-11.00Break
11.00-11.45A first-person perspective on recovery

Rai Waddingham, Trustee of the English Hearing Voices Network, Chair of Intervoice and Vice Chair of ISPS UK
11.45-12.15Panel Discussion

Debate Leader/Moderator Suzette Boon
12.15-13.15Lunch
13.15-14.15Treatment of Dissociative Disorders: The TOP DD Study Challenges Myths and Suggests Future Clinical Directions

Bethany Brand, Clinical psychologist practicing in Towson, Maryland
14.15-14.45Break
14.45-15.45Treating hallucinations: integrating cognitive, metacognitive and compassion based elements

Douglas Turkington, Professor of Psychosocial Psychiatry, Newcastle University, UK
15.45-16.00Short Break
15.45-17.00Panel Discussion: Understanding and treating dissociative and psychotic phenomena – when are definitions and diagnoses helpful and when do they get in the way?

Debate Leader/Moderator Andrew Moskowitz

Fredag 24. mai – 9.00 - 15.00
Forelesninger på norsk | Lectures in Norwegian
09.00-09.20Oppsummering og (den norske) veien videre

Fagkomiteen v/ Tor Gunnar Værnes, Psykologspesialist, TIPS Sør-Øst, OUS, Ullevål og Hildegun Sarita Selle, Psykologspesialist, Spesialisert Poliklinikk for Psykosomatikk og Traumer, Sørlandet sykehus

09.20-10.10Stemmehøring: hva vet vi om dens fenomenologi, spesifisitet og utvikling?

Frank Larøi Professor, Psykologi, Universitetet i Bergen / Professor, Neuroscience of Cognition Research Unit (University of Liège, Belgium)
10.10-10.40Pause
10.40-11.30 Hva vil stemmer, visuelle hallusinasjoner og kroppslig dissosiasjon fortelle oss? Hvordan jobber vi med det

Ingunn Holbæk, Psykologspesialist, Traumepoliklinikken til Modum Bad, Oslo
11.30-12.30Lunsj
12:30-13:30Veien til et godt liv; tilfrisking fra psykose og traumelidelse

Kjersti Karlsen, Psykologspesialist med klinisk fordypning barn og ungdom, Privatpraksis, og Victoria
13.30-14.00Pause
14.00-14.45Interkulturelle verktøy for utredning og behandling av alvorlige psykiske lidelser

Judith van der Weele, Psykologspesialist
14.45-15.00Oppsummering, avslutning og veien videre