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26-02-2021
David Kaetz

Space, Movement, and Transformation Check the [time schedule] for timeslot(s) Presentation description A demonstration lesson: part lecture, mostly experiential, lasting 90 minutes.This workshop can only be fully appreciated when you are lying down and have a pair of real loudspeakers providing the sound. As cognition develops from embodiment, it follows that changes in the spatial […]

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23-02-2021
Margriet Wentink

Words and symbols as an acces to the Mental Space of the family panorama of childhood Check the [time schedule] for timeslot(s) Presentation description This presentation will offer both: a theoretical modal about the structure of the Mental Space after traumatization during early childhood and a practical experience with the approach In a short presentation […]

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08-02-2021
Rainer Wawrzik

Freeze Breaker: unfreeze a childhood freeze Check the [time schedule] for timeslot(s) Presentation description If bad experiences of a physical or physical nature are made in childhood, these traumatic experiences ensure that the tormentors is integrated in the mental system as independent child-oriented personality parts (also called ego states or ego parts).Child-oriented means, that adult […]

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08-02-2021
Ralf Käppler

Talentdiagnostic Check the [time schedule] for timeslot(s) Presentation description   There is far more to NLP and psychology of mental space. Whatever you have learned so far in your NLP courses, hopefully it will never be enough. My opinion: There is still a lot to develop. I've always been impressed and inspired by Robert Dilts […]

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02-02-2021
Prof Dr. Claudia Willimzig

The neural basis of mental space psychology  Check the [time schedule] for timeslot(s) Presentation description Mental Space psychology (MSP) investigates the importance of space for organizing our thinking. Whatever we think of is somewhere spatially organized. Mental space is the primary organizing principle of the mind.While a group of researchers has extensively investigated as this […]

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28-01-2021
Lumi Raz -1

Authority in Mental Space Check the [time schedule] for timeslot(s) Presentation description Having issues with authority is like a double-edged sword: on the one edge, when someone has no consideration for the authorities like police officers, judges etc. he is prone to take the rules in one's own hands and live regardless of cultural norms or […]

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25-01-2021
Stephen Sillett

Enacting a space that is beyond internalism and externalism  Check the [time schedule] for timeslot(s) Presentation description Stephen will share spatial methods and spatial frameworks that emerged from a need for deeper participation in community-engaged arts and development projects, due to the complexity, uncertainty and ambiguity of the local realities. The broadest framework involves InFusion […]

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21-01-2021
Marian Way

People know surprisingly different things in different spaces! Check the [time schedule] for timeslot(s) Presentation description Clean Space is a process where a facilitator invites an 'explorer' to locate different spaces within a room or building, or indeed outside, and to find out what they know in those spaces. People know surprisingly different things in […]

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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
Prenzlkomm's Institute for Prosopiatry, Berlin

Aspect Panorama, a Space for Change in mental illness Check the [time schedule] for timeslot(s) Presentation description The Institute for Prosopiatry offers a demonstration of one of our keymethods of treatment: the Aspect Panorama™.Using this method, we have been able to successfully treat clientsdiagnosed with severe mental illnesses. The basic principles andunderlying theory of the […]

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