16:00-17:30SP4From cohesion to coherence and "We-ness”: Advancements in group analytic therapy.Sub Plenary“I need “a we” but don’t know how to cooperate”.
Sigmund Karterud (Norway)

Different facets of dimensionality in group analytic psychotherapy.
Anna Zajenkowska (Poland)

Short-term Group analytic psychotherapy for young adults with ADHD.
Hanne Sofie Dahl (Norway)
Anna ZajenkowskaRoza+Irys
SP5Emotional, linguistic, and body movement synchrony as the foundation for the holding environment within the psychotherapeutic relationship in the stormy times.Sub PlenarySubjective assessment of synchrony and the experience of containment.
Rafał Styła (Poland)

Facial expression synchrony in psychotherapeutic dyads in light of Winnicott's theory of the mirroring function.
Magdalena Linke-Jankowska (Poland)

Body movement synchrony in patient-therapist dyads.
Szymon Szumiał (Poland)
Sabina GrzymowiczLilia
WS5Evil, understanding and reconciliation in individual life, psychotherapy and social conflict.WorkshopSisko Miettinen (Finland)Gerbera A
WS6Empowering resilience and working through of secondary trauma through group psychotherapeutic playback theater.WorkshopRonen Kowalsky (Israel)Gerbera B
WS7Development of trauma at child survivors of the holocaust.WorkshopSilvia Nürnberger (Germany)BR106
WS8Family-interventions in times of crisis: A multi-national perspective on family-therapy during the pandemia.WorkshopMichael Stasch (Germany)BR107
PP8How to work with dreams in times of collective trauma. Paper presentationDreams in times of war as relational transformative psychic retreat.
Marit Joffe Milstein, Gila Ofer (Israel)

The rough road: A single case study of Dreamtelling in a group during the COVID-19 pandemic and military conflict.
Shulamit Geller, Robi Friedman (Israel)

PP9Perspectives on virtual psychoanalytic psychotherapy. Paper presentationVirtual settings versus settings in presence in psychoanalytic psychotherapy
Ayşeözalkuş Şahin (Turkey)

Hope in the dark: How to keep hope alive when the reality appears hopeless.
Elena Vinogradova (Russia)

Challenges of remote analytical psychotherapies with children and adolescents: stop or still?
Catherine Dupuis (France)
Orchidea A
PP10Movies and myths dealing with catastrophes.Paper presentationHorror movies and the social unconscious.
Øystein Førre (Norway)

On the psychoanalytic attempt to elude the catastrophe.
Tomas Vilius Kajokas (Lithuania)
Orchidea B
PP11Do we have to change methods of intervention?Paper presentationPhantasy - now and then: Hope in the dark - how to keep hope alive when the reality appears hopeless.
Emilia Kruk-Woźniaczak (Poland)

Psychotherapist and patient: new forms of relationality.
Gianluca Biggio, Italy
PP12Times of conflict in the therapeutic group.Paper presentationExpats struggling with their new home: Dealing with attacks against the therapeutic frame and the group analyst.
Maria Puschbeck-Raetzell (Germany)

The role of the group leader in times of conflict.
Haim Weinberg (USA
PP13Adjustment to turbulent times.Paper presentationWhen thinking is the enemy and thoughtlessness is the ally - how to bear unbearable reality.
Katarzyna Lenda Woźniak, Katarzyna Synówka (Poland)

Between defiance, resistance and creativity: How to understand the crisis of representations in the light of the clinical relationship.
Aurelie Maurin Souvignet (France)
PP14Working with couples – couple therapy.Paper presentationLove and work: Couples in treatment.
Elle Side (UK)

Cease-fire: A time to negotiate for the present in a couple consultation.
Rosapia Lauro Grotto (Italy)
PP15Fathers, sons, and the breakdown of social constructs.Paper presentationGenerational Echoes: Identification and transgenerational transmission of hostile attributions in father-son relationships.
Marta Bodecka-Zych (Poland)

Property-Relation and the Breakdown of Social Constructs.
Amit Saad (Israel)