Arts in Health Care Conference 2016 - The Art of Mentalizing: Communicating the Unknown
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Arts in Health Care Conference 2016 - The Art of Mentalizing: Communicating the Unknown

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"This is a truly important event that brings together for the first time two groups working to extend the frontiers of mentalizing in the US and the UK. The conference will undoubtedly present many remarkable insights and experiences for participants that I have no doubt will further not just clinical practice but also encourage research enquiry into the therapeutic use of creative arts in mental health"

Professor Peter Fonagy


Head of Department, Research Department of Clinical, Educational. Health Psychology and the Freud Memorial Professor of Psychoanalysis, University College, London.  Senior Investigator, British National Institute for Health Research. Visiting Clinical Professor, Harvard University; Clinical Professor of Psychiatry, Yale University, School of Medicine



In October 2016 we will be bringing together friends from all psychological professions to explore the role of arts in health care. In the UK and similarly in the US, methods of using arts to treat mental health conditions are known to be in demand by patients across a wide number of health care settings. The effectiveness is emerging from a range of different investigations; including randomized controlled trials, neuroscience, process analysis studies and clinical pilots. This conference will give a voice to the recent developments that illustrate strong synergies between arts based, mentalization focused approaches.

This conference will introduce you to methods of promoting mentalizing that links with clinical outcomes, but more than this, it will engage you as a participant, researcher and clinician to learn about, question and develop  evidence based methods further.

Psychosocial research is reaching an important landmark in understanding how we articulate ourselves through our bodies, images, and nonverbal means. How do we bring into play the full array of communicative functions to help us recognise and develop the clinical process?

This conference will introduce you to methods of promoting mentalizing that links with clinical outcomes, but more than this, it will engage you as a participant, researcher and clinician to learn about, question and further develop evidence based methods.

Be prepared to immerse yourself in the arts process, to see live arts based interventions, to hear about cutting edge research from the UK and US and put ideas about mentalizing to the test. This is evidence-based practice in progress.


Dominik Havsteen-Franklin & Linda Siegel

CNWL NHS Foundation Trust (UK) and Pratt Institute (USA)


"Mentalizing is crucial to our wellbeing, giving a coherent sense of self and providing the basis of our understanding of ourselves and others. The arts play a unique role in enabling us to safely go beneath the surface, to play and imagine ourselves and others with curiosity and compassion. This conference brings together leading Arts Focused Practitioners and Therapists, Psychiatrists, Psychoanalysts, and Artists to consider the unique role of the arts in promoting mentalizing, making what is implicit, explicit...communicating the unknown."

Fall at Pratt

CONTINUING EDUCATION:

SOCIAL WORKERS (excluding NY): CES, provider #1117, is approved as a Provider for Social Work Continuing Education by the Association of Social Work Boards (ASWB) www.aswb.org, through the Approved Continuing Education (ACE) program. CES main- tains responsibility for the program. ASWB approval period: 10/15/15 through 10/15/18. Social Workers should contact their regulatory board to determine course approval. Social Workers par- ticipating in this course will receive 14.5 clinical continuing education clock hours.

PSYCHOLOGISTS: Commonwealth Educational Seminars (CES) is approved by the American Psy- chological Association (APA) to offer continuing education credit programs. CES maintains respon- sibility for this program and its content. Psychologists receive 14.5 hours of continuing education credit upon completing the program.


Friday 21st October

5:30 Registration, information on local area and services
6:30 Welcome and introduction to conference, experientialmeet and greet session 7:00 Drinks and Live Music

Saturday 22nd October

8:30 - 9.30 Registration

9.30 - 11.00 Opening session short paper presentations with panel discussion

Paper 1 – Dominik Havsteen Franklin – The Art of Mentalizing

Paper 2 – Professor Dr. Benjamin Brent – Mentalization-Based Treatment for Schizophrenia: A Model of Treatment

Paper 3 – Dr. Gitta Strehlow - Music Therapy Interventions to Enhance Mentalization (Part One)

Chair – Mario Eugster

11:00- 11:20 BREAK

11.20 – 12.30 Special Interest Groups

Mapping Mentalizing: What do the arts offer to the mentalizing process for these Special Interest Groups

Children and Young People, Psychosis, Personality Disorders, Depression, Research, Technology, Professional Identity,

Trauma, Forensics, Education and Organisations

12.30 -1.30 Lunch

1.30 – 2.10 KEYNOTE Peter Fonagy Integrating actions with words: Why mentalizing based treatment should be more than talk

2.10 – 2.30 Break

2.30 - 4.00 Workshops and Presentations

1. Presentation and Workshop 90 minutes

Wijntje van der Ende – Affect Regulating in Arts Therapies as a Model for Mentalizing Treatment for Younger People 45 minutes

Marianne Verfaille – Group Painting - Assignment with Borderline Personality Patients 45 minutes

2. Workshop 90 minutes

Abi Tischler - Fabric Workshop Resist, Flow and Attach - Physical Concepts for the Mentalization Process

3. Joint Paper and Workshop 90 minutes

Dr. Benjamin Brent and Mario Eugster – Mentalizing, Psychosis and Music Therapy

4. Joint Papers 90 minutes

Paper 1 Kula Moore - The Use of Creative Interventions to Promote Mentalizing in the Compass Program for Young Adults at The Menninger Clinic 45 minutes

Paper 2 Kate Marder and Kula Moore - Landscapes of The Mind: The Use of Visual Metaphors to Promote Mentalizing in an Inpatient Art Therapy Group – 45 minutes

5. Joint Papers 90 minutes

Paper 1 Linda Siegel – Disappearing Acts: On Losing and Finding States of Mind in Psychotherapy and Creative Arts Therapy – 45 minutes

Paper 2 Dana Wehle – Plunge into the Abyss: Creativity and Trauma Psychodynamic Group

6. Workshop 90 minutes

Jackie Hall and Annette Crump – Squaring the Circle: An Exploration of Universal, Collective and Personal Symbolism through Creativity

7. Workshop 90 minutes

Holly Dwyer Hall – The Drama of Attachment: The regulating and dysregulating therapist – Exploring implicit and explicit communication in therapy

8. Joint Papers 90 minutes

Paper 1 Dr. M. Della Cagnoletta, Angelica Zavettieri and Fabiola De Paoli

- Migration and Adoption: creative process as activator of resources with adopted children and their families 45 minutes

Paper 2 Monteleone Antonella and Patrizia Conti

- New parenting compared with the tension between opposite polarities: otherness and belonging 45 minutes

9. Joint Workshops 90 minutes

Workshop 1 Miryam Welbourne – Using Psychodynamic Theories and an Artist’s Slide Projector to Paint with Patients: A Live Art Demonstration 45 minutes

Workshop 2 Cheryl Walpole - Colouring in and Outside of the Lines – A pop up colouring bar as mentalizing practice 45 minutes

4 – 4:30 plenary

4:30 – 5:00 BREAK

5:00 – 7:00 Social Dreaming - Large Group Experiential Workshop with Francesca LeNeve

5:00 Films - Christopher Burke Arts in Health films - “The Duel” and “The True Cross”

Donna Bassin’s film “ The Mourning After”

7:00 Close

 

Sunday 23rd October 2016

 

8:15- 9:15 – Early Morning Yoga Session with Karen Gibbons - Yoga, Art and the Use of Intention - A one-hour practice focused on self-care for therapists.

9.00 - 9.30 Registration

9.30  - 11.00 Opening session short paper presentations with panel discussion

Paper 1 – Professor Ephrat Huss – Visualizing stressors, stress reactions and coping within a single mentalization

Paper 2 – Suzanne Haeyen – Investigating effects of art therapy in the treatment of Personality Disorders

Paper 3 – Bat-Or Michal - Art Therapy as Enhancing Mentalization in Children: Key Concepts

Chair - Holly Dwyer Hall

11.20 – 12.30 Mapping Mentalizing: What do the arts offer to the mentalizing process for these Special Interest Groups

Children and Young People, Psychosis, Personality Disorders, Depression, Research, Technology, Professional Identity,

Trauma, Forensics, Education and Organisations

12.30-1.30 Lunch

1.30 – 2.10pm – KEYNOTE – Judy Rubin – Musings on Mentalization via Visual Media

2.10 – 2.30 Break

2.30 - 4.00 Workshops and long presentations

1. Joint Papers 90 minutes

Paper 1 Dr. Katherine Taylor - Engaging with art as part of recovery processes in individuals with mental health difficulties: a phenomenological meta-synthesis and Exploring the links between the phenomenology of creativity and bipolar disorder 45 minutes

Paper 2 Suzanne Haeyen - Efficacy of Art Therapy in Individuals with Personality Disorder: Percevied effects and a Randomised Controlled Trial 45 minutes

2. Joint Papers 90 minutes

Paper 1 Thijs de Moor – An exploration into the experience of forensic psychiatric patients participating in an open studio in a male only prision 45 minutes

Paper 2 Liah Rozenman, Asher Pandjiris and Annalee Sweet Talking to the body: Towards a relational and attachment-based approach to working with trauma and eating disorders

3. Joint Paper 90 minutes

Paper 1 Holly Dwyer Hall, Mario Eugster and Dominik Havsteen Franklin – TBC

Paper 2 Colleen Paul - Enhancing Mentalization via Art in Reflective Practice Supervision – 45 minutes

4. Joint Papers 90 minutes

Paper 1 Sarah Ayache - Creative Therapies within a Residential Special School 45 minutes

Paper 2 Bat-Or Michal and Nehama Grenimann Bauch - Underlying dynamics of mentalizing processes during art creating and art observing among parents of preschoolers 45 minutes

5. Joint Papers

Paper One – Susan Parente – The Multiple Self States Drawing Technique (MSSDT) with Children and Adolescents 45 minutes

Paper Two - Professor Ephrat Huss - Mentalization and Stress – Using a Structured Arts Based Intervention 45 minutes

6. Workshop 90 minutes

Simone Donnari and Elisabetta Cittadini, Valentina Canonico and Alika Goodwin

- Experiential Art therapy workshop using innovative immersive software: can this enhance a mentalization process

7. Workshop 90 minutes

Evie Lindemann SoulCollage® as Technique, Practice, and Symbolization Process

8. Workshop 90 minutes

Lena Friedman – Integration of Inside/ Outside: The meeting of self and other through the group art psychotherapy process

9. Workshop and Presentation 90 minutes

Dr. Gitta Strehlow - Music Therapy Interventions to Enhance Mentalization Part 2 and 3

4:00 – 4:30 Plenary

4.45 - 6:15 Dreaming Large Experiential Workshop Follow Up

6:15 - Close

 

 

Conference Committee

Linda Siegel - Conference Lead Tenured Assistant Professor Creative Arts Therapy Department Pratt Institute, Brooklyn, NY, USA

Dominik Havsteen-Franklin - Conference Lead Consultant in Arts Psychotherapies
CNWL NHS Foundation Trust
London, UK

Holly Dwyer Hall - Programmes Lead ICAPT Training Lead
CNWL NHS Foundation Trust London, UK

Mario Eugster - Programmes Lead Principal Arts Psychotherapist CNWL NHS Foundation Trust London, UK

Claire Grant - Finance and Projects Lead
Arts Psychotherapies Operational Manager/ Clinical Lead CNWL NHS Foundation Trust
London, UK

Donika Habipaj - Business Coordinator CNWL NHS Foundation Trust
London, UK

Contact us: icapt.cnwl@nhs.net / mentalizingart@pratt.edu

 



  • Monteleone Antonella

    Monteleone Antonella

    Clinical Psychologist, Jungian Analyst candidate member Registered Psychologist and Psychotherapist,

    Registered Dance Movement Psychotherapist

  • Nehama Grenimann Bauch

    Nehama Grenimann Bauch

    Art Therapist


  • Christopher Burke

    Christopher Burke

    CNWL NHS Foundation Trust

    Arts in Health Project worker

  • Mimma Della Cagnoletta

    Mimma Della Cagnoletta


    Art Therapist

  • Valentina Canonico

    Valentina Canonico


    Art therapist

  • Kate Marder, MA, LPC, ATR-BC, LCAT, CPRP

    Kate Marder, MA, LPC, ATR-BC, LCAT, CPRP

    Department of Psychiatric Rehabilitation Services The Menninger Clinic


  • Simone Donnari

    Simone Donnari

    Associazione Sementera Onlus, Perugia, Italy


  • Mario Eugster

    Mario Eugster

    CNWL NHS Foundation Trust

    Principal Arts Psychotherapist (Specialist Music Therapist)

  • Professor Peter Fonagy

    Professor Peter Fonagy


    CEO, Anna Freud Centre, London; Head of Department, Research Department of Clinical, Educational and Health Psychology and the Freud Memorial Professor of Psychoanalysis, UCL

  • Louise Foott

    Louise Foott

    BA, PG Dip, PGCE, MA


  • Lena Friedman

    Lena Friedman



  • Anna Green

    Anna Green

    Art Therapist


  • Holly Dwyer Hall

    Holly Dwyer Hall


    Dramatherapist/ ICAPT Trainer

  • Dominik Havsteen-Franklin

    Dominik Havsteen-Franklin

    CNWL NHS Foundation Trust

    Consultant in Arts Psychotherapies

  • Professor Ephrat Huss

    Professor Ephrat Huss

    Ben-Gurion University


  • Professor Evie Lindemann

    Professor Evie Lindemann

    LMFT, ATR-BC, ATCS Associate Professor


  • Kula Moore

    Kula Moore



  • Francesca La Nave

    Francesca La Nave


    Group Analytic Psychotherapist and Art Psychotherapist in Complex Needs Services.

  • Michal Bat Or

    Michal Bat Or

    Art Therapist


  • Dr. Susan Parente

    Dr. Susan Parente


    Psychologist PsyD

  • Catherine Phillips

    Catherine Phillips

    BA, PG Dip, MA, IACAT Reg.


  • Professor Judy Rubin

    Professor Judy Rubin

    Expressive Media, Inc., American Art Therapy Association

    Art Therapist

  • Zoe Savva

    Zoe Savva

    Art Therapist


  • Linda Siegel

    Linda Siegel

    Pratt Institute

    Tenured Associate Professor

  • Dr. sc. mus. Gitta Strehlow

    Dr. sc. mus. Gitta Strehlow

    Dipl.Music-Therapist.


  • Dr Katherine Taylor

    Dr Katherine Taylor

    Clinical Psychologist | Research Associate BSc | DClinPsy


  • Abi Tischler

    Abi Tischler



  • Marianne Verfaille

    Marianne Verfaille

    Author of 'Mentalizing in Arts Therapies'


  • Dr. Miryam Welbourne

    Dr. Miryam Welbourne


    Clinical Psychologist and an Abstract Expressionist painter

  • Tim Wright

    Tim Wright


    Head of Arts Therapies WLMT, Chair British Association of Art Therapists


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