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"Dialogue of Inner Voices and Family Dynamics: actualizing Culturally Transmitted Patterns in Therapy" com Petros I. Polychronis & Kyriaki Protopsalti-Polychroni, Directores do Athenian Institute of Anthropos e membros da Direcção da EFTA - European Family Therapy Association.

Os formadores

 Petros I. Polychronis, M.D., Child-Psychiatrist was born in Athens in 1951. He  completed  his   post-doctoral  training  in  Family  and  Group  Therapy  with Drs. George  and  Vasso  Vassiliou,  founders of  the  Athenian  Institute of Anthropos (A.I.A.) in Greece -the first center to practice family therapy in Europe. Dr. Polychronis  is  presently  the  Director  of  the  A.I.A., where he is a Group and  Family  Therapist,  Senior  Trainer and  Supervisor. He has also been involved as a consultant to the development of support programs for  multi-problem families in a variety of contexts dealing with Child and Family welfare. He is a Founding Member of the European Family Therapy Association (E.F.T.A.), of the Hellenic Association for Systems Thinking and Family Psychotherapy, and of the Greek Society for De-Institutionalization and Mental Health. He has served on the Executive Council of the World  Association  for Social  Psychiatry and  of  the Hellenic Child-Psychiatric Association and is an Honorary Member of the Executive Council of the Therapeutic Center for Addicted Individuals and their Families (KE.TH.E.A.). Dr. Polychronis is a visiting lecturer at Postgraduate programs at the Universities of Athens, Crete and Ioannina. 

Current areas of interest: Systems Thinking and Family Therapy   Training. Intervention Programs for Multi-Problem Families. Training Programs for Health, Educational and Community Institutions. Consultation to Larger Systems.


Kyriaki Protopsalti–Polychroni was born in 1952 in Greece, immigrated to Canada as a child where she went on to her first university studies, returning to reside and work in her native homeland since the late 1970’s. Ms. Polychroni is a Social Psychologist, Group and Family Therapist, Trainer and Supervisor. She is a Senior Member of the Scientific Team of the Athenian Institute of Anthropos. She is founding Member of the European Family Therapy Association (E.F.T.A.) and, currently, Secretary of its Training Institutes’ Chamber (EFTA-TIC). Chair of the EFTA Task Force on the study of the effects of immigration on family functioning and their implications for therapy. Ms. Polychroni is a Registered Member of the American Family Therapy Academy (AFTA). Vice president of the national branch of the European Association of Psychotherapists (E.A.P.). Founding Member of the American National Registry of Certified Group Psychotherapists (C.G.P.) and a long standing Clinical Member of the American Group Psychotherapy Association (A.G.P.A.). Founding Member of the Hellenic Association of Systemic Therapy. Former Member of the Executive Council of the Association of Greek Psychologists (1984-1988). Co-Editor of “Human Systems”: The European Journal of Therapy, Consultation and Management. Kyriaki Polychroni trains and supervises professionals in Systemic Group and Family Therapy and in the area of Prevention. She has for many years worked on setting-up experiential education programs within the school context aimed at sensitizing adolescents to family dynamics and at developing their skills in creative life orientation. She lectures and conducts training workshops throughout Greece, Europe and in Canada.

Current areas of interest: Utilizing Group processes for Experiential Training in the Systems Approach and in Family Therapy. Sociocultural change influencing family functioning, particularly as related to the couple relationship and to the woman’s role. Understanding culturally-defined patterns of relating echoed in the individual’s inner voices as a means for facilitating change in the family.

 Breve apresentação do seminário

The Postmodern era brings - along with abundant opportunities - ever-increasing complexity and exploding social change with disruption of the unity of cultural meaning in the lives of individuals, couples, families and groups. “Anthropos” (Greek for the” whole human being”) is now more insistently called upon to design a life of personal meaning and choice.

In this quest, he/she is required to develop skills in acknowledging useful resources and patterns provided both by his/her specific culture, community and family (“global-locality”) and by his/her postmodern reality (globalization). These resources can be seen as echoed in his/her inner voices. Through this process he/she may then select voices to be incorporated in a unique, personal synthesis of self.

Towards this goal, the process of inner dialogue is of crucial importance. The discovery and actualization of many, diverse and at times opposing inner voices, the recognition of the transitional cultural and intergenerational patterns they represent and the connections expressed through their interaction may be seen as skills essential to this task.

The purpose of this workshop is to give participants the opportunity to experience the “cultural milieu oriented” approach of the Athenian Institute of Anthropos. This approach is Systemic-Dialectic in nature and aims at multi-focal, multi-level interventions that actualize personal resources, family dynamics and cultural heritage in terms of values, strengths, ideals.

Among  basic guiding principles in this  approach  is  the  recognition  that  biopsychosocial  phenomena  in  the functioning  of  Anthropos  (in Greek refers to the ‘whole human being’)  develop  through  the  interweaving  of co-evolving processes that shift from level to level in the system hierarchy and from one focus to another, as new conditions and needs arise.

 By way of active participation in specifically devised experiential tasks/processes and, through the simulation of specific family case examples, workshop members will embark on a group journey illustrating various conceptualizations of the dynamics of today’s family. The crucial importance of working with inner voices of family members will be demonstrated along with a method of actualizing inner dialogue for cognitive-emotional growth and for the differentiation of the family.

 Implications for applying this approach in training with the aim of facilitating the development of the self of the therapist will be discussed.

Calendário 

O Seminário decorrerá nas instalações da Universidade Autónoma de Lisboa (sala a definir), em horário pós-laboral:

  • 5ª feira, 13 de Novembro, 18-22h
  • 6ª feira, 14 de Novembro, 18-22h
  • Sábado, 15 de Novembro, 10-14h 

Inscrições e informações adicionais

 Dado o número limitado de vagas, a selecção far-se-á por ordem de inscrição.

 Preço: 

 Até 15 de Outubro Depois de 15 de Outubro 
 Sócios APTEFC
      85 euros
           115 euros
 Alunos ou Docentes da UAL       85 euros
           115 euros
 Outros enquadramentos
      100 euros
           130 euros

 

 

 

 

 Inscrições abertas a partir de 15 de Setembro 2008: 

Departamento de Psicologia e Sociologia da UAL, Rua de Santa Marta, 47 - 3º piso

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 Escola de Psicoterapia da Universidade Autónoma de Lisboa / APTEFC

 
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