“Case reports”

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PROGRAM

friday, 05.04.2013

10.00 – 13.00 city tour
13.00 – 15.00 working lunch of TSC and executive
15.30 – 16.30 country board
16.30 – 19.00 research intervision

saturday, 06.04.2013 (conference day)

09.00 – 09.30 Registration

09.30 – 10.00 Welcome by Catalin Zaharia and Peter Schütz

TOPICS

Peter SCHÜTZ, M.Sc. MBA “Double incest. A focussed NLPt intervention with a family drama survivor.

Sexual abuse by brother and father in Law over a period of 6 years is a heavy load, both for the survivor and subsequently the psychotherapist. Focussing on goals, ressources and relationship it was possible to rebalance the inner pictures and beliefs. And dogs helped 🙂

Mag. Peter Schutz, M.Sc. MBA, is a government certified health psychologist and teaching psychotherapist in Vienna.

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Prof. Melita REINER, M.Sc. “NLPt in working with anxiety and panic attacks indivually and in group.

The presentation describes the psychotherapeutic work with three people who suffered from panic attacks and anxiety- a young woman, psychology student, a young man, economy student and a lady in her sixties, retired. All three of them first came to therapy individually and later formed a therapeutic and support group. The presentation encompasses the etiology, “good intention” (supposed systemic function) of the symptoms and different treatment outcomes, which in all three cases consisted of removal of the symptoms and life changes in different areas. Working within the framework of a clearly defined, ecological goal different NLP/NLPt techniques were employed for treating occurring symptoms and memories, within the generative framework of understanding symptoms as agents of personal development and change, growth. The main reason for presenting the three cases together is to provide a comparison between different narratives and dynamics linked with very similar symptoms and also because the end of therapy occurred in all three cases within the group framework.

Prof. Melita Reiner, M.Sc., clinical psychologist, psychotherapist (ECP), NLP&NLPt trainer, transpersonal psychotherapist (EUROTAS), vice-president of EANLPt, director of the Croatian-Austrian Training Center for NLPt in Zagreb, Croatia. Her basic psychotherapy training is in Transactional Analysis and Neuro-Linguistic Psychotherapy. Main areas of interest in psychotherapeutic work are Resilience and Post-traumatic Growth (PTSG), psychological and spiritual growth through life challenges and crises.

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Riitta Malkamäki “Between and in the middle; conflict and NLP with couples.

A bad situation, fights and fits, divorce and who takes care of the children?

Rita Malkamäki is a teaching psychotherapist and psychotherapy trainer in solution oriented and narrative therapies, supervisor,
NLP trainer and leadership coach, 30 years practical experience and living mostly in Finland.

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Catharine Tamisier, M.Sc. “Fear, symptom, mind map building and life story: a study case.”

Catharine Tamisier is a psychologist, psychotherapist, Certified Trainer of NLP and Ericksonian Hypnosis, holding a European Certificate of Psychotherapy and vice president of EANLPt. Since over 25 years, she is teaching and has her own practice.

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Dipl.-Psych. Birgit Bader “Two stories – working with submodalities.”

Submodality work is a very elegant and easy way changing dysfunctional processes into integrated memories. I will talk about an internal process made by a woman who came to me being anxious because of an operation. Working with submodalities we discovered the story behind the visual submodality. And I will demonstrate working with the tool “prinzipjellows rainbow” – an external way changing problems into solutions. This tool I created for my therapeutical and Coaching work and made a lot of nice, easy, quick, elegant and even sometimes funny ways of solution.

Birgit Bader works as a psychotherapist, coach and supervisor. Her clients are grown up men and women, psychiatric clinics, hospitals, psychosocial institutions, counsellores, nurses, social workes medicins, psychotherapists and freelancers like journalists and so on. Birgit Bader is a trainer in NLP(t) and other disciplines likes provocativ style and other Tools.

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VENUE
The Red House Centre for Culture and Debate
15, Ljuben Karavelov St., Sofia 1142, Bulgaria, www.redhouse-sofia.org

ACCOMODATION
Hotel DiteR
Sofia 1000, 65, Han Asparuh Street
Tel. +359 2 98 98 998, www.diterhotel.com

Lyubka Grigorova-Gemisheva, hotel-restaurant Manager
mobile +359 888 37 66 35, Email:[email protected]

special EANLPt conference rate: € 49,- per night

SERVICE CHARGE
service charge of EUR 25,- (exception for EANLPt officers/representatives with membership fees paid and for presenters)
service charge for fulltime students: EUR 12,-
Please pay directly at the conference.