Systemic Resonances and Interferences
All psychotherapies including Family Therapy and systemic practice are creative, inventive and involve multiple levels of reflexivity The two concepts that we are interested in exploring within our conference systemic resonances and interferences are important as they emerge from our therapeutic interactions.Within our practices, research and teaching we perturb and create interferences and resonances within the systems that we are working with and our ourselves perturbed. We get stuck, it gets messy and as our friend and colleague Mony Elkaim used to say we try to enter a world that we do not know and our ethical stance to others helps us to open to something different to us. Our resonance within our teaching, psychotherapy practice, and research help us to explore these new areas. In these times of ontological insecurity, we become cartographers mapping our new realities with our clients, students and colleagues.
More than 55 keynote
& invited speakers
More than 1000 participants
More than 400 individual presentations
More than 800 authors & co-authors