Closing Asylums/Open Healing Spaces
John Foot is Professor of Modern Italian History in the Department of Italian, University of Bristol. His publications include La Repubblica dei Matti. Franco Basaglia e la psichiatria radicale in Italia, 1961-1978 (Feltrinelli, 2014) (The Man who Closed the Asylums. Franco Basaglia and the Revolution in Mental Health Care in Italy, Verso, London, 2015) and L’Italia e le sue Storie. 1945-2019 (Laterza, 2019). An collection edited with Tom Burns will be published by Oxford University Press in May 2020 called Basaglia’s International Legacy, examining the impact of the life and work of Franco Basaglia in a series of countries across the world.
Philosopher, psychologist and psychoanalyst, Alain Gibeault is a Training Analyst of the Paris Psychoanalytical Society and Past Director of the Evelyne and Jean Kestemberg Centre for Psychoanalysis and Psychotherapy (Mental Health Association of Paris 13th). He has played an important role on the international scene as Past President of the European Psycho-Analytical Federation (1995-1999) and as Past Secretary General of the International Psychoanalytical Association (1999-2003)). In this function he has contributed to the development of psychoanalysis in Eastern Europe after the fall of the Berlin wall and especially in Russia, where he has been nominated in November 2006 Honorary Professor of the Lomonossov Moscow State University. He is at present President of the Education Committee of the Paris Psychoanalytical Society.
He has published with Dana Birksted-Breen and Sara Flanders an anthology of French psychoanalytic papers entitled Reading French Psychoanalysis (Routledge, 2010) and a book entitled Chemins de la symbolisation (Presses Universitaires de France, 2010). He has participated during ten years to the EPF Working Party on Initiating Psychoanalysis, which has been followed by the publication of a book entitled Initiating Psychoanalysis. Perspectives (Bernard Reith Ed., Routledge, 2012). He has also written in a second collective book on the issue of first interviews entitled, Beginning Analysis. On the Processes of Initiating Psychoanalysis (Bernard Reith Ed., Routledge, 2018), which has been recently published. Member of an interdisciplinary research group with prehistorians and anthropologists, he has contributed to the publishing of a book on prehistoric art, (F. Sacco et E. Robert, Ed.), Aux origines de la representation. Regards croisés sur l’art préhistorique (Ithaque, 2016). He is Co-Editor of the Journal “Psychanalyse et psychose” published by the Mental Health Association of the 13th arrondissement of Paris.
Intersubjectivity and Psychosis
Vittorio Gallese, MD and trained neurologist, is Professor of Psychobiology and Cognitive Neuroscience at the Dept. of Medicine & Surgery of the University of Parma, Italy, Adjunct Senior Research Scholar, Dept. of Art History and Archeology, Columbia University, New York, USA and Einstein Fellow at the Berlin School of Mind & Brain of Humboldt University. Cognitive neuroscientist, his research focuses on the relation between the sensory-motor system and cognition by investigating the neurobiological and bodily grounding of intersubjectivity, psychopathology, language and aesthetics. He is the author of more than 200 scientific publications and three books.
María Elisa Mitre
Psychologist and psychoanalyst, full member in didactic function of A.P.A and full member of IPA. She trained with Jorge García Badaracco over forty years. She became a coordinator and teacher in his clinic. She presented papers at numerous international conferences. Psychologist and psychoanalyst, full member in didactic function of A.P.A and full member of IPA. She trained with Jorge García Badaracco over forty years. She became a coordinator and teacher in his clinic. She presented papers at numerous international conferences. She is the author of two books: Las voces de la locura (2005) and Las voces del silencio (2016). She also published articles in magazines in Argentina, Italy and Spain
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I have been involved in developing family centered mental health care since early 1980’s. Later the new approach was named as Open Dialogues and I was a member of the original team in Western Lapland in Finland. Since 1988 I have conducted tenths of research projects of the effectiveness of the open dialogue approach, especially in psychotic problems. At the same time my interest has been on looking at dialogues as the basic form of human life and therapeutic practice. Lately my interest has been on looking at the embodiment in dialogue, how do we communicate in our bodies and create a relational mind.
I have been active in publishing, being author or co-author of about 190 scientific papers. Two books on dialogical practice has been translated into 15 languages.
Andrea Raballo, MD, Spec. Psych., PhD is Associate Professor of Psychiatry at the University of Perugia (Italy) where he serves as scientific and clinical Head of the Center for Translational, Phenomenological and Developmental Psychopathology. He was previously Onsager Associate Professor of Psychopathology and Development at the Norwegian University of Science and Technology (NTNU) in Trondheim, post-doctoral researcher at the Norwegian Centre of Excellence for Mental Disorders Research (NORMENT), University of Oslo, psychiatric consultant at the Department of Mental Health of Reggio Emilia (Italy), and affiliated researcher to the Center for Subjectivity Research (CFS), University of Copenhagen (Denmark).
He is currently co-chair of the World Psychiatric Association (WPA) Section for Clinical Psychopathology, board member of the IEPA-Early Intervention in Mental Health and of the European Psychiatric Association (EPA).
His main research interests are phenomenological and developmental psychopathology, with a specific focus on child-adolescent vulnerability and related trajectories towards more severe mental disorders. He is also interested in developing innovative frameworks for service implementation. These interests played a major role in shaping the design and implementation of the Reggio Emilia At Risk Mental States (Re ARMS) project – a specialized, program for the early detection and treatment of clinical high risk states and first episode psychosis.
Prof Alison Yung is a Principal Research Fellow, Consultant Psychiatrist and Professor at the Centre for Youth Mental Health and Orygen, University of Melbourne and Professor of Psychiatry at the University of Manchester, UK. She is acknowledged internationally as an authority in early psychosis. Professor Yung’s research has resulted in reform in the delivery of mental health services for young people thought to be at high risk of psychotic disorders. Her program of research began in 1994 with the establishment of a clinical service for such individuals using the criteria she developed – the Ultra High Risk (UHR), or At Risk Mental State (ARMS) criteria. This was the first such service in the world. She developed a structured interview, the Comprehensive Assessment of At Risk Mental States (CAARMS), for assessing the UHR criteria. This instrument has now been translated into 18 languages. In 2013 the UHR criteria were adapted for inclusion in the DSM5, using the term Attenuated Psychosis Syndrome.
In 2014 and 2015 Professor Yung was named as “one of the world’s most influential scientific minds” by Thomson Reuters. From 2015- 2019, she was selected by Clarivate Analytics as a Highly Cited Researcher. Her awards and prizes include the 2009 Lily Oration for prominence in Australian and New Zealand psychiatric research, the 2010 Richard J Wyatt Award for her significant contribution to the field of early psychosis, the 2019 Society for Mental Health Founders Medal, in recognition of her significant contribution to psychiatric research over her career and the 2020 Schizophrenia International research Society’s Translational Research Award.
Trauma, Stress, Illness and Psychosis
Amy is a Research Clinical Psychologist based in the Department of Psychology, Institute of Psychiatry, Psychology & Neuroscience, King’s College London and the Trauma-informed Care Lead at the Psychological Interventions Clinic for Outpatients with Psychosis, South London & Maudsley NHS Foundation Trust. Her research investigates the role of psychological processes in post traumatic stress and psychosis. She is interested in the development, testing and implementation of trauma-informed care including trauma-focused therapy for psychosis. Amy also collaborates with inclusive designers and software developers on projects investigating how technology can improve talking therapies for psychosis.
Unnur A. Valdimarsdóttir
Unnur A. Valdimarsdóttir is Professor of epidemiology at the Faculty of Medicine, University of Iceland, and adjunct professor at the Department of Medical epidemiology Karolinska Institutet and Harvard TH Chan School of Public Health. Her team has made important contributions to the field on how various indices of psychological stress affect health and major disease development.
Covid Pandemic Community and Psychosis
After classical high school, I graduated in Medicine and Surgery and specialized in Psychiatry in Genoa.After the relative closure of the mental hospital in 1990, I founded La Redancia, a project for the reception of serious psychiatric patient aimed at listening to and respecting the diversity of the person who is placed at the centre of the therapeutic project.
1990-2006 Medical Director of “Villa Ridente” Private hospital in Albissola Marina (Savona).
1990-2004 Medical Director of rehabilitation center of La Redancia Srl in Varazze (Savona).
1993-2005/ 2010 2013 National President of the National Federation of Psychosociotherapeutic rehabilitation center (FENASCOP), currently Past President.
Professor in Psychiatric Rehabilitation Technician Degree Course at the University of Genoa.
Since 2009 as Teacher of Psychoanalytic psychotherapy School in Genoa (“Il Ruolo Terapeutico “).
Editor-in-chief of the scientific journal “Il Vaso di Pandora”. Dialogues in Psychiatry and Human Sciences”: which born from the need to reflect on working on the borderline among science, philosophy and art, in the sense of know-how. It is a magazine addressed to the humanistic dimension of psychiatry while respecting the fundamental acquisitions of biological psychiatry.
Artistic Director of the First Floating Museum of Art Brut at the Leon Pancaldo school ship, thanks to an agreement signed between “Il Barattolo Onlus”, a non-profit association for the defence and protection of psychiatric patients, which is part of the “Redancia Group”. The project entitled “A Gonfie Vele” is the result of the collaboration among the Harbour Master’s Officine of Savona, the ASL2 of Savona and the Zoo prophylactic Institute of Piedmont, Aosta Valley and Liguria.
Medical Director of the psychiatric rehabilitation center of “Il Fiocco” Consorzio in Genoa and also of the C.re.S.S. (Regional Social Services Consortium).
Since 2012 as Scientific Director of Kos Spa in Milan.
Author of numerous scientific publications: “Manuale di Psichiatria pratica” (1990); “Le strutture intermedie in Psichiatria” (1991); “Lo stato attuale della terapia delle Psicosi “ (1994); “180 vent’anni dopo” (1998); “Comunità,natura, cultura…terapia” (1999); “Il trattamento integrato dei disturbi del comportamento alimentare” (2002); “Lavorare in Psichiatria” (2005); “Etica, estetica e matematica” (2009); “Comunità Terapeutiche. Storie di lavoro quotidiano” (2015); “Cibo e corpi negati. Anoressia e bulimia oggi” (2016); “Tra il dire e il fare” (2017); “La mente ampliada” (2018); “La Fattoria Terapeutica. Interventi di Psicoterapia residenziale” (2019).
Creativity and New Therapies for Psychosis
Art therapist, President of the Italian Professional Association of Art Therapists (APIArt), co-founder of Psychotherapy School “Istituto Gaetano Benedetti” Perugia, Italy, co-founder in 2011 and Board Member of ISPS Italy (Italian group of the International Society for Psychological and Social Approaches to Psychosis). Co-founder of European Federation of Art Therapy (Efat). He is in charge of Atlas Centre (Perugia, Italy). Educational Director of Art-Therapy School in Assisi, Italy. Professor at Arts Therapy Master in Roma Tre University. He gives regularly seminars, lectures and supervisory sessions in Mental Health Centres in Italy, University of Perugia and New York University Steinhardt. He is Co-founder of Associazione Sementera Onlus and Atlas Onlus. Since 2007 he works on new technology applications development in the treatment of mental disabilities and autism. He developed an innovative video integration method and leads the ‘Painteraction System’ project at Atlas Centre (Perugia, Italy), where an innovative motion response software allows creative expression and image interaction with body movements.
Dr Mar Rus-Calafell is a senior research clinical psychologist and the Head of Experimental Psychopathology at the Clinical Child and Adolescence Psychology Department, Ruhr Universität Bochum. She is also a visiting Research Fellow at the Institute of Psychiatry, Psychology and Neuroscience (King’s College London) and a key member of the AVATAR therapy team. She is currently the leader of a new German-funded research programme focusing on auditory hallucinations in early stages of psychosis and clinical high risk of psychosis (the YVORI study). Before moving to Germany, she worked as a lead clinician and postdoctoral researcher at the Oxford-Cognitive Approaches to Psychosis (University of Oxford) on the SlowMo Trial (blended digital therapy for paranoia) and previously coordinated the first powered randomised controlled trial of the AVATAR therapy (working with distressing voices using digital technology) in King’s College London. She completed her PhD in the University of Barcelona, where she designed and tested a novel virtual-reality based training to improve social skills in people with psychosis. Her research focus through her clinical and research career is the understanding and treatment of psychosis and the application of digital interventions, specifically virtual reality.
Thomas Ward is a Research Clinical Psychologist working at the Institute of Psychiatry, Psychology and Neuroscience, King’s College London. He is the Therapy Lead for the AVATAR therapy team (a digital relational intervention for distressing voices) and the SlowMo therapy team (a digital blended therapy for paranoia) and has played a key role in recent randomised trials of both approaches. He has previously coordinated a large-scale study investigating the psychosis continuum by comparing individuals with persistent psychotic experiences with and without a ‘need for care’ (the UNIQUE study). His research interests include a) elucidating the social and cognitive pathways involved in the development of psychosis b) understanding the role of thinking, reasoning and response style in driving clinical distress c) developing and evaluating novel therapeutic approaches (including the application of digital technology).
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