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					INTERNATIONAL ASSOCIATION FOR FORENSIC PSYCHOTHERAPY

CONFERENCE PROGRAMME 2005
FRIDAY 20th MAY
8:00 – 9:00 Registration
9:00 – 9:15 Welcome, Dr Estela Welldon,Honorary Life President and
Dr Gill Mc Gauley, President
CHAIR: Dr Gill Mc Gauley
9:15 – 10:00 Plenary, The Lord Alderdice, Consultant Psychiatrist in Psychotherapy,
Belfast
Trauma and Terrorism
CHAIR: Ms Anna Motz President Elect
10:00 – 11:00 Plenary, Dr Terry Kupers MD MSP, Psychiatrist, Institute Professor at
the Wright Institute, California
Prison as Trauma: for the Prisoner, the Family and the Whole Community
11:00 – 11:30 Break
11:30 – 13:00 Parallel Sessions, Set 1 and Workshop 1
13:00 – 14:00 Lunch
14:00 – 15:30 Parallel Sessions Set 2 and Workshop 2
15:30 – 16:00 Break
CHAIR Dr Estela Welldon
16:00 – 17:00 Plenary, Mr Adam Jukes, BSc, Psychotherapist, Group Analyst and
Psychologist, Director, The Men’s Centre, London
The Aetiology and Treatment of Men’s Intimate Abuse
17:00 – 17:15 Break
17:15 – 18:15 Large Group, Convenor: John Schlapobersky
18:30 – 20:00 Optional Drinks (Chester Beatty Library)
20:00 – 23:00 Dinner (Chester Beatty Library)


Saturday 21st May
8:00 – 9:00 Registration
CHAIR: Professor Reinmar Dubois
9:00 – 10:00 Plenary, Dr Abigail Golomb,Training Psychoanalyst, Past President of
the Israeli Psychoanlytic Society, Child Psychoanalyst, Child and
Adolescent Psychiatrist
Children and Trauma – The Ever Widening Circle
10:00 – 11:00 Plenary, Dr Cord Benecke, Psychologist, Psychoanalyst and Senior
Lecturer, University of Innsbruck
Trauma Indicators in Play-Narratives, Emotional Reflectiveness and
Aggression in Pre-School Children
11:00 – 11:30 Break
11:30 – 13:00 Parallel Sessions Set 3 and Workshop 3
13:00 – 14:00 Lunch (AGM)
14:00 – 15:30 Parallel Sessions Set 4 and Workshop 4
15:30 – 16:00 Break
CHAIR: Professor Friedemann Pfafflin
16:00 17:00 Keynote, Dr Earl Hopper PhD, Psychoanlyst, Group Analyst,
Organisational Consultant, Past President of the International Association
of Group Psychotherapy
Chronic and Acute Trauma in Organisations
17:00 – 17:15 Break
17:15 – 18:15 Large Group, Convenor John Schlapobersky
18:15 – 18:30 Closing Plenary




PARALLEL SESSIONS AND WORKSHOPS
Friday 20th May, 11:30 – 13:00
Parallel Sessions Set 1, Workshop 1
A Women Who Kill
Chair: Dr Margaret Orr
Presenters:
(i) Ms Anna Motz
Murderous Women
(ii) Dr Ronald Doctor
"I didn’t kill my other three husbands"
B Harm and Hate
Chair: Dr.Anne Zachary
Presenters:
(i) Mr David Millar
Hate as a Legitimate Response to Trauma
(ii) Dr Val Hawes
All in the Family
C Migration and Trauma
Chair: Ms Pam Kleinot
Presenters:
(i) Mr Tilman Kluttig, Mr Michael Odenwald,
Mr Werner Hartmann
Fatal Violence – from Trauma to Offence.
A case study in forensic psychotherapy
and trauma therapy with a migrant
patient
(ii) Mr Peter Aylward and Dr Gerald Wooster
‘Crossing the Divide’
D Attachment and Redress
Chair: Dr Lisa Firestone
Presenters:
(i) Dr Marc Lyall, Dr Gill Mc Gauley
Attachment in High Risk and Traumatised
Groups: lessons from the Literature
(ii) Dr Gwen Adshead, Dr Martin Humphrey
Trauma and Resilience: themes emerging
from interviews with Redress Board
Applicants
E Workshop 1 The Experience of HMP
Grendon Underwood
Chair: Dr Tim Mc Inerney
Presenters:
Mr David Jones, Ms Debbie Pittom,
Mr Ian Wooton
Changing Tracks.The Amelioration of
Trauma in the Total Institution
Discussant: Mr John Lonergan

Friday May 20th 14:00 – 15:30
Parallel Sessions 2 and Workshop 2
A Violent Men
Chair: Dr Celia Taylor
Presenters:
(i) Mr Paul Renn
Violent men: the link with trauma and
disorganised attachment
(ii) Mr Mark Wilson
‘On an imaginary lead’ – The Post-Release
Supervision of Life Sentenced Prisoners in
Ireland
B Child Sexual Abuse – a Clerical Context
Chair: Dr Mary Gordan
Presenters:
(i) Dr Edward Robinson, Dr Geraldine Taylor
When the trauma becomes sexualised:
a case study of a priest who sexually
abused his neices
C Learning Disability and Sexual Offending
Chair: Dr Brett Kahr
Presenters:
(i) Mr Alan Corbett
Intent to Abuse? Assessment and treatment
Issues with Learning Disabled Sex Offenders
(ii) Mr Richard Curen
No Man’s Land? How a psychotherapeutic
service for people with learning
disabilities who have been sexually
abused and/or have sexually abused
others, contains trauma
D Voices of those Abused in Childhood
Chair: Mr John Woods
Presenters:
Isolde Blau, Fiona Ward, Rachel Mooney
The Establishment, Development and
Vision of the Irish National Counselling
Service, NCS, a Statutory Nationwide
Counselling Service for Adult Survivors
of Child Abuse
E Workshop 2 Survivors of Torture
Chair: Mr Tilman Kluttig
Dr Patrick O’ Sullivan, Ms Margaret
O’ Reilly-Carroll, Helen Bamber OBE
Addressing the Needs of Survivors of
Tortures

Saturday May 21st 11:30 – 13:00
Parallel Sessions 3 and Workshop 3
A Killing within the Family
Chair: Dr Anne van den Berg
Presenters:
(i) Dr Anne Zachary
A Family Tragedy
(ii) Dr Klaus Hoffman
Family and Strangers in Forensic
Psychotherapy
B Trauma In Childhood
Chair: Professor Michael Günter
Presenters:
(i) Dr Lisa Firestone
The Roots of Violence:The Role of Trauma
in Intergenerational Transmission of
Violence
(ii) Dr Pauline Souflas
Nowhere to go/grow
C Counter-Transference in a Forensic
Unit & OPD
Chair: Dr Carine Minne
Presenters:
(i) Mr John Gordon, Dr Gabriel Kirtchuk
Counter-Transference:The cumulative
trauma of everyday life in a forensic
setting
(ii) Dr Matthias von der Tann
Supporting patient and staff management
with OPD
D Professionals on the Front Line, Police
and Nurse Perspectives
Chair: Mr David Jones
Presenters:
(i) Dr John Madonna, Dr Richard Kelly
Treating Police Stress
(ii) Ms Anne Aiyegbusi, Ms Gillian Tuck
‘Too Close For Comfort’Traumatic
Experience and Forensic Nursing
E Workshop 3 Life After Death
Chair: Dr Pauline Twomey
Presenters:
Ms Sarita Bore, Dr Julia Cartwright, Dr Gwen
Adshead, Mr Peter Aylward
Life After Death:A group for people who
have killed

Saturday 21st May 14:00 – 15:30
Parallel Sessions 4 and Workshop 4
A Sex Industry Victims: Providers and Users
Chair: Dr Estela Welldon
Presenters:
(i) Ms Julie Browne
Prostitution and Trafficking:Working with
Women in Dublin
(ii) Dr Heather Wood
A Psychoanalytic Perspective on
Compulsive use of Internet Pornography
B Homophobia, Trauma and Homicide
Chair: Dr Jan Schaffer
Presenters:
(i) Dr Dennis Murphy
The Role of Trauma in later Homophobic
Assault
(ii) Dr Celia Taylor
Trauma, Homicide and Family Honour:A
British Asian Family Experience
C Psychodynamics in Organisations and
Therapy groups
Chair: Ms Judy O’ Mahoney
Presenters:
(i) Mr John Woods
‘The Trauma of Transgression in
Psychotherapy Organisations’
(ii) Mrs van Noort
Revenge and Forgiveness in Group
Psychotherapy
D Trauma Interventions: Yes or No?
Chair: Ms Anne Wise
Presenters:
(i) Dr Marc Hillbrand, Dr John Young
To Debrief Or Not To Debrief? Ten years of
critical incident stress debriefing
experiences at Connecticut Valley Hospital
(ii) Mr Andrew Phipps, Mr Mitchell Byrne,
Mr Frank Deane
Minimising harm from trauma
interventions: Moderators of practitioner
competence in a brief and early
intervention for trauma
E Workshop 4 The Troubled Mind of
Northern Ireland
Chair: Professor James Gilligan
Presenters:
Dr Raman Kapur, Dr Kevin Lambe,
Ms Jacinta De Paor
The Troubled Mind of Northern Ireland

				
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