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    Masterclass Karl Heinz Brisch  (C1905)

    Attachment in the interplay between patient and therapist

    Psychotherapy research tells us that the formation of a 'secure therapeutic bonding' is a very good predictor of a successful outcome of a psychotherapeutic treatment. How is this 'therapeutic bonding' installed? How are the inner working models of attachment of the therapist and that of the patient interacting? How can we understand and make use of the attachment behavior of patients with different representations of attachment, e.g. disorganized attachment or attachment disorders?
     

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    • Omvang: Donderdag 12 december 2019 van 12.30 - 17.00 uur
    • Locatie: De Nieuwe Liefde, Da Costakade 102 in Amsterdam
    • Docent: Karl Heinz Brisch
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    • Kosten: € 219
    • Cursuscode: C1905

    Voor wie

    • Psychotherapeut BIG
    • Klinisch psycholoog BIG
    • Klinisch neuropsycholoog BIG
    • Psychiater
    Psychotherapeut BIG, Klinisch psycholoog BIG, Klinisch neuropsycholoog BIG en Psychiater

    Accreditaties

    Accreditatie: FGzPt, NVP, NVvP

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    Voorafgaand aan de Dag van de Psychotherapie organiseren de RINO Groep en de NVP een masterclass met Karl Heinz Brisch.

    Psychotherapy research tells us that the formation of a 'secure therapeutic bonding' is a very good predictor of a successful outcome of a psychotherapeutic treatment. How is this 'therapeutic bonding' installed? How are the inner working models of attachment of the therapist and that of the patient interacting? How can we understand and make use of the attachment behavior of patients with different representations of attachment, e.g. disorganized attachment or attachment disorders?
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    The workshop will discuss these questions in respect to theory, illustrated with vignettes and video-demonstrations. The speaker will discuss delegates‘ cases looking through the lense of attachment theory and attachment disorders.

    Reference: Brisch, K.H. (2011). Treating Attachment Disorders. From Theory to Therapy (2nd Ed). New York: Guilford Press.
    Website: https://www.khbrisch.de/en/


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    About Karl Heinz Brisch

    Univ.-Prof. Dr. med. habil. Karl Heinz Brisch specializes in child and adolescent psychiatry and psychotherapy, adult psychiatry and neurology, including psychosomatic medicine, psychoanalysis, trauma psychotherapy, and group psychoanalysis. For many years he was head of the Department of Paediatric Psychosomatic Medicine and Psychotherapy at the Dr. von Hauner Children’s Hospital at the University of Munich, Germany.

    Prof. Brisch holds the first ever Chair in Early Life Care at Paracelsus Medical University in Salzburg, Austria. He also lectures at the Psychoanalytic Institute in Stuttgart, Germany.

    Prof. Brisch’s main research and clinical interest is in early child development and attachment psychotherapy in all age groups. He has published numerous books, papers, and articles on attachment development in high-risk infants and clinical attachment research. He developed the prevention programs SAFE® - Secure Attachment Family Education and B.A.S.E.® - Babywatching for use in educational and other settings. He is a founding member of the German-Speaking Association for Infant Mental Health (GAIMH) and led the organization for many years.


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    Het programma ziet er als volgt uit:
    12.30 Inloop
    13.00 Opening door de dagvoorzitter dr. Sjoerd Colijn
               Lezing door Karl Heinz Brisch
    14.30 Pauze
    15:00 Vervolg lezing
    16.30 Borrel

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