08:15

09:30
Room:
Sopra Grande

SAPPM/ASMPP Session 1

1.08.1
Begrüssung
  • Dr. A. Minzer (Rothrist) Präsident SAPPM
1.08.2
Geist und Körper bei traumabezogener Dissoziation: Theorie, Diagnostik und Behandlung
Ellert R.S. Nijenhuis, PhD

Ellert Nijenhuis, PhD, is a psychologist, psychotherapist and researcher. He has been working with severely traumatized patients for more than thirty years, and continues to be engaged in biopsychosocial research of Dissociative Identity Disorder (DID). Ellert Nijenhuis provides supervision and courses on chronic trauma and dissociation. He has written many clinical and scientific articles, book chapters, and books.

Literature

  • Nijenhuis, E. R. S. (2015a). The trinity of trauma: Ignorance, fragility, and control. Volume I. The evolving concept of trauma. Göttingen: Vandenhoeck & Ruprecht.
  • Nijenhuis, E. R. S. (2015b). The trinity of trauma: Ignorance, fragility, and control. Volume II. The concept and facts of dissociation in trauma. Göttingen: Vandenhoeck & Ruprecht.
  • Nijenhuis, E. R. S. (2016). The trinity of trauma: Ignorance, fragility, and control. Volume III. Enactive trauma therapy. Göttingen: Vandenhoeck & Ruprecht.

Website of E.R.S. Nijenhuis 

10:00

11:00
Room:
Arena

Plenary 3

Recovered Memories in the Court: implications for therapy, justice and prevention

The very existence of recovered memories of traumatic events has been controversial, partly because such experiences contradict lay beliefs about memory but also because of the way the debate has been framed. In this talk I will examine the arguments and supporting evidence and discuss how to present a balanced picture in legal settings. I will also present suggestions about interviewing complainants alleging historic sexual abuse in order to identify issues of concern and to pre-empt challenges in court.

Prof. Chris Brewin, Professor of Clinical Psychology, University College, London, UK

Prof. Chris Brewin is professor of clinical psychology at University College London and consultant clinical psychologist with the Camden & Islington Mental Health and Social Care Trust. He has been treating patients traumatised in childhood and adulthood for over 20 years and is widely known internationally for his research on traumatic memory and posttraumatic stress disorder. He was a member of the British Psychological Society’s working party on Recovered Memories and has been an expert witness in numerous UK trials involving recovered memories.

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11:15

12:30
Room:
Sopra Grande

SAPPM/ASMPP Session 2

2.08.1
Conduite à tenir en cas de malaise dissociative
  • Dr. med. Duc Lê Quang
2.08.2
Unmittelbar nach dem Trauma: Welche Strategien haben sich bewährt?
  • PD Dr. med. Christoph Müller-Pfeiffer
    Leitender Arzt, Klinik für Psychiatrie & Psychotherapie, UniversitätsSpital Zürich
13:30

14:45
Room:
Sopra Grande

SAPPM/ASMPP Session 3

3.08.1
Frauen mir Missbrauchserfahrungen in der Frauenärztlichen Praxis: Chancen und Risiken
  • Dr. med. Angelika Schwendke
    Fachärztin Gynäkologie & Geburtshilfe, Frauenpraxis im Hammer, Basel
3.08.2
PTBS bei Angehörigen von kritisch kranken Patienten auf der Intensivstation
  • Prof. Sabina Hunziker Schütz
    Stv. Chefärztin Psychosomatik & Leitende Ärztin Medizinische Kommunikation, Universitätsspital Basel
15:15

16:15
Room:
Arena

Plenary 4

Prof. Wolfgang Berner, Hamburg

Prof. Wolgang Berner was the Director of the Institute of Sex Research and Forensic Psychiatry, University Clinic of Hamburg-Eppendorf, Germany.

16:30

17:45
Room:
Sopra Grande

SAPPM/ASMPP Session 4

4.08.1
IRRT (Imagery Rescripting & Reprocessing Therapy) in Theorie und Praxis: Die Behandlung von Trauma, Trauer und Belastung
  • Dr. med. R. Köster
    Ärztliche Leitung, Zentrum für Psychiatrie, Psychotherapie & Beratung ZPPB, Bremgarten AG, CH

R. Köster

4.08.2
Schlusswort
  • Dr. med. E. Hindermann, Barmelweid