SEMINARS AND SHORT COURSES
The Institute organizes a variety of specialized seminars and short courses for mental health professionals and mental health students which are announced at the beginning of each academic year.
1. Psychotherapy and neurosciences. New ways of synthesis
2. ‘All you need is love’. The theory of attachment in psychotherapy
3. Use and abuse of substances. A systemic approach to understanding and treating.
Co-ordinator: George Kalarritis, MMedSci
4. Narrative tools in systemic psychotherapy.
a. The self-characterization as a narrative tool
b. Fiction as a narrative tool
c. Dreams as a narrative tool
d. Early recollections as a narrative tool
e. Group Supervision seminar in the use of narrative tools
5. Attachment trauma and loss: Narrative techniques for healing.
6. Qualitative research in postmodernism. From choice of topic to writing a report.
Co-ordinator: Athena Androutsopoulou, PhD
7. Training professionals in the Greek WISC-III
8. Skills and techniques for group psychotherapy
9. A synthetic systemic approach to treating couples
10. Therapy as an emotion-focused process
Co-ordinator: Tsabika Bafiti, PhD
Please note: Additional seminars by the Institute’s co-ordinators and associates are announced at a regular basis on our webpage.