Programme

 

02 JULY, MONDAY

 

8.30-09.00 Registration
9.00-9.15 Opening
Zsolt Demetrovics, Dean, Eötvös Loránd University, Faculty of Education and Psychology
Lectures
09.15-10.45 Personality disorders: The psychoanalytic perspective
Eszter Hámori
11.00-12.30 The developmental roots of borderline personality disorder: disturbances of early relatedness and emotinal regulation
Eszter Hámori
14.00-15.30 The object relations theory as theoretical basis of TFP
Stephan Doering
15.45-17.15 Transference and countertransference
Stephan Doering
17.30-19.00 Schema therapy with personality disorders and complex presentations: theory, practice and research
Janis Briedis

 

03 JULY, TUESDAY

 

Lectures
09.00-10.30 The developmental roots of narcissistic personality disorders: disturbances of parental mirroring and the structuralitazion of the self
Eszter Hámori
10.45-12.15 Diagnosis and treatment contract in TFP
Stephan Doering
13.45-15.15 Treatment techniques in TFP
Stephan Doering
15.30-17.00 What is Mentalization-based treatment: basic concepts
Fredrik-Sylvester Jensen
17.15-18.45 Schema therapy in action: conceptualisation and core interventions
Janis Briedis

 

04 JULY, WEDNESDAY

 

Lectures
09.00-10.30 Implicit processes in the relationship and mechanisms of change in TFP 
Stephan Doering
10.45-12.15 Mentalization-based treatment for patients with comorbid substance abuse and personality disorders
Fredrik-Sylvester Jensen
13.45-15.15 The psychodyamics of substance abuse
Fredrik-Sylvester Jensen
15.30-17.00 Case discussion groups
Elective programme*
18.00- Visiting the Ferenczi House: Ferenczi’s heritage and the Budapest School of Psychoanalysis 
Judit Mészáros

* Please note, that the maximum number of participants is limited to 25 and registration is required.

05 JULY, THURSDAY

 

Lectures
09.00-10.30 Mentalization-based group-therapy for patients with substance abuse
Fredrik-Sylvester Jensen
10.45-12.15 Mentalization-based treatment-team and leadership. How to make a holding environment in the team?
Fredrik-Sylvester Jensen
13.45-15.15 Corrective emotional experiences: Its historical roots in the Budapest school of psychoanalysis (Ferenczi, Bálint, Frech Alexander), its critique and later developments
Zsolt Unoka
15.30-17.00 The importance of corrective emotional experiences in the treatment of Personality Disorders with massive childhood trauma and neglect
  Zsolt Unoka
17.15-18.45 Core emotional needs and the invalidating internalized other
Zsolt Unoka

 

06 JULY, FRIDAY

 

  Lectures
09.00-10.30 Limited reparenting as a form of corrective emotional experience in individual and group schema therapy
Zsolt Unoka
10.45-12.15 Dramatizing the structure of personality and addressing core emotional needs in the group format
Zsolt Unoka
13.45-15.15 Personality disorders in childhood
Eszter Hámori
15.30-17.00 Parents’ personality disorders and the disturbances of parent-infant relatedness. Lessons learnt from psychoanalytic infant-parent psychotherapies
Eszter Hámori
17.15-18.15 Closing discussion
18.15-19.45 Gala dinner

 

OPTIONAL PROGRAM 

Visiting the Ferenczi House: Ferenczi’s heritage and the Budapest School of Psychoanalysis (Judit Mészáros)

Sándor Ferenczi was happy to have become the owner of a sunlit garden and villa in Budapest’s elegant Naphegy (‘sun hill’) district. The place stimulated him, so despite the short period he lived there, from 1930 until his death in 1933, he completed his most widely cited publications: the one that represented a paradigm shift in trauma theory, Confusion of Tongues between Adults and the Child (Ferenczi, 1933), and his Clinical Diary (Ferenczi, 1932). The former Ferenczi office now represents the Ferenczi House/International Ferenczi Center, which serves as a venue for seminars and lectures, with Archives that also offer rich research opportunities.