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14-01-2021
Christine Beenhakker

Light on Depression Check the time schedule for timeslot(s). Presentation description: The method Depression in Awareness Space (MSP-D) is a psychotherapeutic intervention technique based on the principles of spatial cognition and imagination therapy with spatial components. The basic assumptions are: mental space is the primary organizing principle in the mind and all psychological issues can […]

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11-01-2021
Steffi Mueller, Dipl.-Psych. Prenzlkomm's Institute for Prosopiatry, Berlin

Aspect Panorama Swish© Check the time schedule for timeslot(s). Presentation description: The Institute for Prosopiatry offers a demonstration of one of their key methods of treatment: the Aspect Panorama Swish©. “Using this method, we have been able to successfully treat clients diagnosed with severe mental illnesses. The basic principles and underlying theory of the Aspect […]

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06-01-2021
Lic. Fernando Cuperman & Daniel Cuperman

The Holographic Mind Check the time schedule for timeslot(s). Presentation description: The lecture is in Spanish with live translation by Lic. Jacques Lacroix Where is the mind? This question has been answered in many different ways through time. For centuries, human beings searched for the mind inside the head because they knew the brain was […]

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03-01-2021
Sonia Richards

Metaphors of Movements (MoM) Check the time schedule for timeslot(s). Presentation description: Due to personal circumstances Andrew T. Austin is not able to speak on our conference. Sonia Richards will stand in for him. Developed by Andrew T. Austin, MoM takes the guesswork out of change work. Its precision helps to locate the client’s stuck […]

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03-01-2021
Dr. Lucas Derks

Mental spatial psychological diagnosis Check the time schedule for timeslot(s). Presentation description: When all psychological processes manifest themselves in mental space, this must imply that this also holds for all mental issues. This idea opens the road for research into the 3-D patterns that coincide with psychological disorders: mental spatial diagnosis. Where the current state […]

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02-01-2021
Prof Dr. Walter Otto Ötsch

Philosophical background and social applications of the Social Panorama Model Check the time schedule for timeslot(s). Presentation description: Lucas Derks' realization that many social phenomena are represented in a landscape has a theoretical depth (1 and 2) and many applications to politics and society (3). For Lucas derks the concept of image is central. Images […]

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02-01-2021
Ulrich Moser, Msc

Applying Social Panorama and Mental Space Psychology to Project Management Check the time schedule for timeslot(s). Presentation description: About 20 years ago and long before I first heard about the Social Panorama I was working as a project consultant and was asked to support a project manager who's project was about to fail completely. One […]

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02-01-2021
Sebastian Mauritz M.A.

Resilience in mental space Check the time schedule for timeslot(s). Presentation description: Dealing with problems, stress and crisis, resilience helps us to regain or maintain our mental health. This process depends on protective factors, either individual or context. The presentation will explore resilience in mental space – both from a practical and a theoretical angle. […]

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02-01-2021
Marja-Leena Savimaki

Bullying Check the time schedule for timeslot(s). Presentation description: Bullying is a hidden phenomenon, which is why teachers and supervisors do not always recognize it. Nevertheless, it is a phenomenon that can be identified and addressed with Social Panorama and Mental Space Psychology.  When someone is being bullied, it is important to understand that this […]

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02-01-2021
Lumi Raz -2

Mental Space Mindfulness Check the time schedule for timeslot(s). Presentation description: All humans have an unconscious 3-D Mental Map of the world; thus everything we know like people, places, objects and concepts are represented somewhere spatially, in their unique spot in our Mental Space. That is the place where we have memorized them. The spatial […]

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