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 Export to Your Calendar 6/6/2019 to 6/8/2019
When: 6/6/2019-6/8/2019
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Online registration is available until: 6/7/2019
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Where

Faculdade de Psicologia da Universidade de Lisboa
Alameda da Universidade
Lisbon 1649-013
Portugal

For an exact gmaps location, click here.


 

Conference Rates

Registration Fee (by April 26, 2019)

SEPI Members  - $285
Non-Members  - $345
Student Member  - $100
Student non-Member - $135

Registration Fee (after April 26, 2019)

SEPI Members  - $340
Non-Members  - $399
Student Member - $130
Student non-Member - $170

Optional Fees

Pre-Conference Workshop - $85 [register for a workshop]
CE credits - $40 [purchase CE credits]


 

Brief Schedule

Thursday June 6th
Pre-Conference Workshops 10:00am-1:00pm
Conference Opening 2:00 pm
Breakout sessions until 6:45pm
Opening Reception and Poster Session 6:45pm
 
Friday, June 7th
Breakout sessions 8:30am-6:45pm
Poster Session 6:45pm
 
Saturday, June 8th
Breakout Sessions 8:30am-6:45pm
Research Consultations & Practice Consultations 1:00pm-2:15pm
Evening Party 7:30 (ticket required)


 

Registration for the 2019 SEPI’s 35th Annual Meeting in Lisbon is now online.

You will also be able to purchase Continuing Education credits and register for the pre-conference workshops.

Refund Policy

No refunds after May 1st.

For further information, please contact Tracey Martin sepimembership@gmail.com.


 

Accommodation

NH Campo Grande
Campo Grande,  7 1700-087
Lisboa  PORTUGAL
Telephone. 35 121 7957555
Email: d.mateus@nh-hotels.com
www.nh-hotels.com

Hotel VIP Executive Entre Campos
Avenida 5 de Outubro, 295
1600-035 Lisboa - Portugal
Telephone: +351 210 043 000
Email: hotelentrecampos@viphotels.com

Radisson Blu Hotel Lisbon
Avenida Marechal Craveiro Lopes, 390,
Lisbon, 1749-009, Portugal
Room Reservation  (888) 217-5507

Hotel 3K Europa
Avenida da Republica 93
Lisboa 1050-190
351 21 192 6050
Email: geral@hotel3keuropa.pt

Hotel Roma Lisboa
Avenida de Roma, 33
1749-074 Lisboa
351 217 932 244
Email: info@hotelroma.pt

Republica83-Campo Pequeno Home - Lisboa
83 Avenida Da Republica 8 Andar, Lisbon, Portugal, 1050-243
1-888-848-1695
https://republica83-campo-pequeno-home-lisbon.hotelmix.es/

Jupiter Lisboa Hotel
Avenida da Republica, 46
1050-195  Lisboa
+351 210 730 100
Email: reservas.lisboa@jupiterhotelgroup.com

VIP Grand Lisboa Hotel & Spa
Avenida 5 de Outubro, 197
1050-054 Lisboa - Portugal   
Telephone: +351 210 435 000
Email: hotelviplisboa@viphotels.com
https://www.viphotels.com/en/Hotels/Vip-Grand-Lisboa/About-Hotel.aspx

VIP Executive Zurique Hotel
Rua Ivone Silva, 18
1050-124 Lisboa - Portugal
Telephone: +351 217 814 000
Email: hotelzurique@viphotels.com

Hotel Canada
Av Defensores De Chaves, 35,
1000-111 Lisbon, Portugal
http://www.hotel-residencial-canada-lisboa.lisboavive.com/

Hotel White Lisboa
Avenida da República 9
1050 - 185 Lisbon, Portugal
+351 210 060 700
Email: reservations@hotelwhitelisboa.com

Hotel Alif Avenidas
Avenida Duque D’Ávila, 189,
1050-082 Lisboa
+351 213 593 000 / +351 213 593 010
Email: avenidas@alifhotels.com

 


 

Preliminary Presentations

To register for a Pre-Conference Workshop independent from the general conference registration, please click here!

Pre-Conference Workshop 1:
How To Integrate Transformational Work into Your Clinical Practice: Insights from AEDP 
 
Presenters: Diana Fosha and Nuno Conceição

Description:
Accelerated Experiential Dynamic Therapy (AEDP) is a healing-oriented mind/body treatment that puts positive neuroplasticity into systematic action. One of the aspects that allows it to do that is a methodology called metatherapeutic processing -or metaprocessing for short - through which systematic work with transformational experiences organically leads to further rounds of transformation and upward spirals of energy and vitality and integrative new self states.

Metaprocessing grew out of the discovery that experientially processing the experience of transformation is itself transformational, giving rise round after round of healing affects, and this is described in AEDP’s transformational phenomenology, which guides-to-moment tracking and the therapist’s choice of interventions. Because metaprocessing takes place after an experience of change-for-the-better, however that change-for-the-better is arrived at, it can be easily integrated into clinical practices other than, and quite different from, AEDP. 
 
Through the extensive use of clinical videotapes, Diana Fosha will illuminate the phenomenology of the transformational process; teach the basic metatherapeutic methodology in such a way that it can be integrated into any clinical practice; and show how experiential work with transformational experience  unfolds clinically and can  be used to thus consolidate therapeutic gains, foster resilience, expand relational capacity. Nuno Conceição will present research findings that demonstrate how metaprocessing can be chunked into distinct and coherent elements that can be easily integrated into any therapeutic approach, and not only AEDP.

 

Pre-Conference Workshop 2:
An Introduction to Pluralistic Therapy
 
Presenters: John McLeod, Julia McLeod, Marcella Finnerty and Rolf Sundet

Description:
Pluralistic therapy brings together insights from therapy theory and research, wider cultural traditions, and existing models of therapy integration. The core idea in pluralistic therapy is that different people find different things helpful at different times. This workshop offers participants an introduction to the basic principles of a pluralistic approach, and opportunities to participate in experiential activities that exemplify key aspects of pluralistic practice.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Pre-Conference Workshop 3:
From Same Old Storytelling to  Self-Narrative Change :  An evidence-based,  marker guided  approach to facilitating  client  change  processes in brief therapy.
 
Presenters: Lynne Angus, Chrissie Macaulay and Jasmine Khattra

Description:
This workshop will provide clinicians with  an introduction to the Narrative-emotion Process Model  (Angus et al 2017), an  integrative, evidence-based  approach to working with both  narrative and emotion  process markers for the facilitation of autobiographical memory reconsolidation (Levenson, Angus & Poole in press) and  self narrative change will be highlighted.  In particular,   key  marker- guided , therapist responses and  interventions that  enhance client engagement in   narrative-emotion  transition and change processes will be demonstrated  using videotape excerpts, drawn from early, working and late phase EFT, CBT and Psychodynamic therapy sessions.

 

 

 

 

 

 

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