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Conference: Psychotherapeutics from the York Retreat to the Present Day

UCL Centre for the History of Psychological Disciplines

Friday, 11 October 2013 at 10:00 - Sunday, 13 October 2013 at 15:00 (BST)

London, United Kingdom

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FROM MORAL TREATMENT TO PSYCHOLOGICAL THERAPIES: PSYCHOTHERAPEUTICS FROM THE YORK RETREAT TO THE PRESENT DAY

 

University College London, 11th-13th October 2013

 

Conference Programme 

 

Friday 11th October

 

To register, please go to http://uclpsychotherapeuticsconference.eventbrite.co.uk/

 

10.30 Registration opens, Arts and Humanities Common Room, UCL Foster Court, Malet Place

 

11.00-11.30

 

Welcome address

 

11.30-12.30

 

18th and 19th Centuries

 

Edward Brown (Brown University)

 

François Leuret:  Nineteenth Century Psychotherapist

 

Sharlene Walbaum (Quinnipiac University, Connecticut)

 

Moral Therapies Before the York Retreat: Work and Therapeutics in 18th C English and Scottish Asylums’

 

Andrea Korenjak (Paris-Lodron-University, Salzburg)

 

Music and “Moral Treatment”: Music as Therapeutic Medium in the 19th Century as Reflected by Present-Day Music Therapy Concepts

 

Lunch 12.30-14.00

 

14.00-14.45

 

Late 19th Century

 

Sarah Chaney (University College London)

 

The Action of the Imagination: Daniel Hack Tuke and Late Victorian Psychotherapeutics

 

 C. Bartolucci and G.P Lombardo (University of Rome Sapienza)

 

The renewal in the diagnosis and treatment of the abnormal subjects according to Enrico Morselli (1852-1929)

 

14.45-15.15 coffee break

 

15.15-16.15

 

Early-Mid 20th Century

 

Monika Ankele (University Clinic Hamburg-Eppendorf)

 

Occupational Therapy in Germany during the Weimar Period (1918-1933)

 

David Freis (European University Institute, Florence)

 

Subordination, Authority, Psychotherapy: Mental Hygiene and Politics in Interwar Vienna

 

Simon Taylor (Columbia University New York)

 

Between Philosophy and Psychotherapeutics: Existential Analysis and the Birth of Anxiety

 

16.30-17.30

 

Psychotherapy and Psychoanalysis

 

Susan Lamb (McGill University)

 

Importing, Appropriating, and Condemning Psychoanalysis: Adolf Meyer’s Use of Psychotherapy and Psychoanalytic Technique at Johns Hopkins, 1913-1917

 

Felicity Callard (University of Durham)

 

The Consulting Room: Towards a Historical Geography of the Psychoanalytic Setting

 

Dee McQuillan (University College London)

 

James Strachey and the Usefulness of Psychoanalytic Technique

 

 

 

17.30 Conference Reception

 

Saturday 12th October

 

11.00-12.30

 

Therapeutics in the ‘60s and ‘70s

 

Peter Agulnik, Craig Fees, David Kennard, David Millard, & John Hall 

 

Harnessing personal experience in understanding the development of therapeutic communities and environments: an Oxford case history

 

Kateřina Lišková (Masaryk University, Brno, Czech Republic)

 

Everything for the Couple: Sex Therapy in Czechoslovakia during Normalization

 

Matei Iagher (University College London)

 

Ronald Sandison and the Use of LSD in Psychotherapy

 

Jelena Martinovic (University of Lausanne)

 

Bootstrappers Seeking to Understand Creativity: Experimental Science, Psychiatry and Cybernetics (1960-1970)

 

12.30-14.00 lunch

 

14.00-14.30

 

Keynote Lecture: Susan Hogan (University of Derby)

 

The History of Art Therapy in Britain

 

14.30-15.15

 

Art Therapies

 

Imogen Wiltshire (University of Birmingham)

 

On the Historical Origins of British Art Therapy: Arthur Segal, Painting and German Modernism

 

Cristina Hanganu-Bresch (University of the Sciences, Philadelphia)

 

The Proof is in the Brush-Stroke: Diagnosing and Treating Psychiatric Patients through Art

 

15.15-15.45 coffee break

 

15.45-16.45

 

New Paradigms in Modern Psychotherapy

 

Sonu Shamdasani (University College London)

 

Notes on Wellbeing in 20th Century Psychotherapy

 

Sarah Marks (University College London)

 

Rediscovering Pavlov: The Creation of Behavioural Therapies in Postwar Britain

 

Rachel Rosner (Independent Scholar)

 

To Manualize Psychotherapy: Aaron T. Beck and the Creation of the Manualized Treatment Protocol

 

 

 

Sunday 13th October

 

11.00-12.30

 

Transcultural and Extra-European Contexts

 

Roland Littlewood (University College London)

 

Anthropological Approaches and Transcultural Psychiatry

 

Martin Liebscher (University College London)

 

Analytical Psychology in Tel Aviv in the ’30s: The Controversy between Erich Neumann and Max M. Stern.

 

Debjani Das (Vidyasagar University, West Bengal)Treatment of ‘Insane’ in the

 

Asylums of Bengal in the Nineteenth Century: Therapy or Affliction?

 

Yu-Chuan Wu (Fu-Jen Catholic University, Taiwan)

 

Psychotherapy at Home: Morita Therapy for Neurotic Disposition in Japan, 1919-1945

 

12.30-14.00 lunch

 

14.00-15.00

 

Concepts and Debates in Modern Psychotherapy

 

Stephanie Pache (University of Lausanne)

 

Feminist Therapy: How Feminism Shapes Psychotherapy

 

Ulrich Koch (Johns Hopkins University)

 

Cruel to be kind? The politics of professionalism and the controversies over therapists’ displays of emotions in the consulting room (ca. 1940-1980)

 

Andreas Sommer (University of Cambridge)

 

Discarnate Spirits as Pathogens and Cure in Modern Western Psychiatry

 

Conference end: 15.00


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UCL Arts and Humanities Common Room, Foster Court (ground floor), Malet Place
Malet Place
WC1E London
United Kingdom

Friday, 11 October 2013 at 10:00 - Sunday, 13 October 2013 at 15:00 (BST)


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