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ROME- ATTACHMENT AND TRAUMA CONGRESS – DISSOCIATION AND INTEGRATION OF THE PERSONALITY

£ 420.00 £ 350.00

DATE: MAY 10th,11th,12th 2019

LANGUAGE:  ENGLISH

VENUE:  Auditorium Antonianum,  00185 – Roma

REGISTRATION FEE Full Price £420

 1st Early bird fee:  £300 within November 30th 

 2nd Early Bird fee: ‘350 within 15th of January  2019

Students: £250

Usually we have more than 1000 participants coming from all around the world.

We only have 150 tickets left

 

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SPEAKERS: 

Ruth Lanius – USA:

“TRAUMA AND ALTERED STATES OF CONSCIOUSNESS: TOWARD A REBIRTH OF THE SELF”

Daniel Siegel – USA:

“DISORGANIZED ATTACHMENT, DEVELOPMENTAL TRAUMA, AND THE PSYCHOTHERAPY OF DISSOCIATION”

 

Onno van der Hart – Holand:

“TRAUMA-GENERATED DISSOCIATION: FROM INTEGRATIVE FAILURE TO PERSONALITY INTEGRATION”

 

Lorna Benjamin – USA:

“THE ROLE OF ATTACHMENT IN DISSOCIATIVE, PERSONALITY AND OTHER DISORDERS”

 

Christiane Sanderson – UK:

“WORKING WITH SURVIVORS OF CHILDHOOD SEXUAL ABUSE AND ATTACHMENT TRAUMA”

 

Dolores Mosquera – Spain:

“WORKING WITH INTEGRATION FAILURES IN BORDERLINE PERSONALITY DISORDER WITH COMORBID DISSOCIATIVE DISORDERS”

 

Alessandro Carmelita – Italy:

“RELATIONALITY AND INTEGRATION: THE CORE ELEMENTS OF MINDFUL INTERBEING MIRROR THERAPY” Part 2

 

Marina Cirio – Italy:

“RELATIONALITY AND INTEGRATION: THE CORE ELEMENTS OF MINDFUL INTERBEING MIRROR THERAPY” Part 1

 

Giovanni Tagliavini – Italy:

“EXPLORING THE MOST SEVERE FORMS OF POST-TRAUMATIC DISSOCIATION: A POSSIBLE DISTINCTION BETWEEN SCHIZOPHRENIA AND DISSOCIATIVE DISORDERS BASED ON SYMPTOMS, RELATIONAL ASPECTS AND THE TYPE OF SELF-DISTURBANCE”

 

Benedetto Farina – Italy:

“DISTINGUISHING DISSOCIATION FROM TRAUMATIC DISINTEGRATION: WHY IS IT NECESSARY FROM A CLINICAL PERSPECTIVE?”

 

Essam Daom – Israel:

“FROM ISOLATION TO INTEGRATION: THE JOURNEY OF THE REFUGEES` PSYCHE”

 

Abstract

The new “Attachment and Trauma” Congress will be focused on the topic of dissociation and integration of the personality. As a matter of fact, dissociation and trauma are two strictly interrelated subjects: traumatic experiences have such a deep impact on the structure of the individual’s personality that they inhibit the development of specific integrative functions and, as a consequence, lead to (extremely) severe dissociative phenomena. Furthermore, the gravity of trauma seems to determine the gravity of dissociation itself. Besides this, not only the nature of the action that is perpetrated, but also – and most importantly – the identity of the perpetrator, seem to be two fundamental criteria to assess the impact of trauma on the individual’s personality. When a person’s attachment figures become a source of danger and threat, the key elements that guide their identity develop-ment, as well as their ability to integrate experiences into a coherent and stable framework made of internal representations of themselves and the others, are inevitably lost. Dissociation is a complex phenomenon, whose symptoms characterize many other mental health problems. This is why identifying dissociative symptoms from a clinical and therapeutic point of view can be so hard: they may overlap and/or may be very similar to other symptoms. During the Congress, several eminent Experts will explore the symptom-atology of dissociation from different perspectives, in order to highlight the main differences and similarities within the complex multitude of phenomenological data related to psycho-pathology. Additionally, a series of fundamental guidelines to facilitate the reorganization of the dissociative personality, as well as to promote a balanced and coherent integration of its different parts, will also be defined. Finally yet importantly, our Speakers will also discuss both the neuroscientific and clinical aspects of dissociation and explain the most effective interventions, with a particular emphasis on the diagnostic elements. In this way, a detailed overview of such a complex disorder will be provided, with the aim of supporting the work of mental health professionals in this challenging field.

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