Amsterdam : Etnopsychiatry. A conference with Marie Rose Moro and Gesine Sturm
Infos pratiques
le Vendredi 15 Décembre 2017
Department of Transcultural Psychiatry, Netherlands Psychiatric Association. De Nieuwe KHL (Oostelijke Handelskade 44A, 1019 BN Amsterdam) & Lloyd Hotel & Culturele Ambassade (Oostelijke Handelskade 34, 1019 BN Amsterdam)
09:00 – 09:30 entrance
09:30 – 09:45 Opening by chairman
09:45 – 10:45 Marie Rose Moro
Marie Rose Moro presents an overview of and insight in French etnopsychiatric practice: essential concepts and clinic.
10:45 – 11:05 Referent 1: Geert Schelkens (clinical psychologist University Hospital Brussels)
Etnopsychiatry in The Netherlands and Flanders
Restrictions and challenges: What can we learn from French etnopsychiatric practice?
11:05 – 11:30 Pauze
11:30 – 11:50 Referent 2: Marjolein van Duijl (managing psychiatrist , Center for Transcultural Psychiatry Veldzicht)
Transcultural psychiatric practice in the Netherlands
What meaning can the French ‘clinique transculturelle’ have for (the organization of) the Dutch transcultural mental health care? The transformation of Veldzicht to a center for transcultural psychiatry.

11:50 – 12:50 Conversation/Q&A with Marie Rose Moro and the referents

12:50 – 14:00 lunch + general meeting of Department of Transcultural Psychiatry

14:00 – 15:15 workshops 1
15:15 – 16:30 tea (in the workshoproom) + workshops 2
16:40 – 17:00 Concluding reflections by Reinout Graaff (psychiatrist, Amsterdams Instituut voor Gezins- en Relatietherapie) and Marie Rose Moro
Holland meets France: une mer à boire?
17:00 - 18:00 closing informal

1. Marie Rose Moro (psychiatrist, Maison de Solenn, Paris; Professor at Université Paris Descartes): “I was dreaming of a large body of water”
The role of the transcultural psychotherapist. A workshop and dialogue with Marie Rose Moro based on fragments of the film J’ai rêvé d’une grande étendue d’eau.
language: English
Moderator: Ellen Minkenberg
2. Gesine Sturm (clinical psychologist, University Hospital La Grave Toulouse and teaching associate at University of Toulouse): Essentials of the ‘dispositif’ (group-therapeutic consultation) within etnopsychiatry
In the ‘dispositif’ the therapist works with a family (patient) in a multi-therapist context. This workshop will give a further introduction to this approach.
language: English
Moderator: Reinout Graaff
3. Sita Somers (childpsychiatrist): ‘And what should I do when all the family members are traumatized?’
A workshop about the infectiousness of pain in traummatized families en rebuilding resilience with the help of a family-approach. An interactive approach with Moro’s work as a source of inspiration.
language: Dutch
Moderator: Marjolein van Duijl
4. Mario Braakman (psychiatrist/anthropologist Pro Persona), Simon Groen (anthropologist, GGZ Drenthe): The mental health care anthropologist: multidisciplinary cooperation in transcultural psychiatry
Transcultural psychiatry asks for multidisciplinary cooperation. What role do medical-anthropologist play in this? Is there an opportunity for a new profession: ‘the mental health care anthropologist’? What assignment should he/she have and how to position this profession in the clinical context?
language: Dutch
Moderator: Huub Beijers
5. Forugh Karimi (psychiatrist/family-therapist, Idiomes/GGZE): Looking for identity. ‘In-Between’ position of adolescent and young adult refugees and migrants
Adolescents and young adults are having troubles after migration and after the have fled. They are confronted with ‘double mourning’ and often find themselves in a oppressive ‘in-between’ position. Based on casuistry we will go into this theme in this interactive workshop
language: Dutch
Moderator: Katinka Haar
6. Suzanne Delshadian (art therapist, iPsy Arts): Playing in the space between art and therapy
Art therapy and supporting a transition from the social role of patient to artist can be healing and psychologically strengthening for many patients. Art in this form becomes a catalyst for social change, and the gallery becomes a space to promote transformation, transition, encounter and psychological well-being. In this interactive workshop we will explore this interspace. language: English
Moderator: Agnes Schrier
7. Alana Helberg-Proctor (associate professor Global Health, University of Maastricht): A double-edged sword: Ethnicity, race, and diversity in mental health care and health research
This interactive workshop will review the history of race and ethnicity in mental health research, and will allow participants to discuss how ethnicity, race and other kinds of diversity might be included in research and care without repeating some of these historical and more contemporary errors.
language: English
Moderator: Heval Özgen
8. Jeroen Oomen (psychiatrist, GGZ Noord-Holland-Noord), Working with asylum seekers and refugees; context and embedding
In this workshop we will go into the aspects playing a role in establishing a working relationship with asylum seekers and refugees. What role does context play and how to influence it? How to deal with post-traumatic disorders and psychiatric diagnoses. Which tools can we use to connect to the experienced world of the client and to enhance a better embedding. We will work with participants’ experiences and role-playing.
language: Dutch
Moderator: Naomi Bollen

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