Human science with a soul
Do psychology, philosophy and vision of life converge?
To what extent do I, as a professional, have to take into account realities of the client that do not immediately concern the request for help?
On May 2 in Den Bosch, we will talk with staff from CEyTEC about their experiences with working in addiction care and mental health care (GGZ).
The following themes can be discussed:
– What is the power of an integral approach to man in mental health care?
– To what extent can vision of life and philosophy be at the service of prevention and care concerning, among other things, addiction and mental health?
– Can philosophy be a support in mental crisis situations? To what extent is it important that the therapist reflects on his own anthropological assumptions?
For more than ten years, CEyTEC (Center for the study and treatment of behavioral disorders in Argentina) has been working in the field of psychology and applied therapy research from an integral vision of people. CEyTEC is active in scientific research and therapeutic services and care.
Within CEyTEC important value is given to a methodological reflection on the anthropological values that determine research and care. In this background, they want to enter into a dialogue with colleagues in order to arrive at a fruitful exchange of ideas about theory and practice in psychological care in Europe and Latin America.
At the beginning of May, CEyTEC staff will be conducting a conference tour through universities and centers for mental health care in the Netherlands, France, Belgium, Italy and Spain, among others. A presentation will also be given by CEyTEC in Den Bosch, after which there will be an opportunity for an exchange of experiences and insights. The language spoken during the conference is English. If necessary, translation can be provided.
Academics, professionals and students in mental health care and philosophy.
Location and Date
This meeting will take place on Wednesday 2 May 2018, from 2 pm until 4 p.m. in the Sint-Janscentrum, Papenhulst 4, 5211 LC ‘s-Hertogenbosch.
Reception with coffee starts at 1.30 pm.
Please confirm us of your participation at:
Reception Sint-Janscentrum: email@example.com, +31 (0) 73 613 2000
Truus Verheijen: firstname.lastname@example.org, +31. (0) 621238652
Sr. Montserrat: email@example.com, +31 (0) 644946741