Amplia participación de MIDAP en 54 reunión anual de la SPR en Dublín

//Amplia participación de MIDAP en 54 reunión anual de la SPR en Dublín

Entre el 21 y 24 de junio se realizará en Dublín, Irlanda, la 54 reunión anual internacional de la Sociedad de Investigación en Psicoterapia (SPR, por sus siglas en inglés), bajo el tema “Reshaping the social representation of psychotherapy: an engagement with public mental health” (Redefiniendo la representación social de la psicoterapia: un compromiso con la salud mental pública). En esta oportunidad participarán investigadoras e investigadores de MIDAP, así como estudiantes de pre y postgrado adscritos a MIDAP, en distintas modalidades: paneles, semi-plenaries, structured discussions, brief paper sessions, posters y pre-conference workshops. Asimismo, durante este encuentro se realizará la reunión del Capítulo latinoamericano de la SPR, liderado por el Investigador Asociado Claudio Martínez. 

Pre-Conference Workshop 

Using the Mental Health Information Reporting Assistant (MHIRA) to evaluate and monitor patients during psychotherapy and other psychosocial interventions. 

Organizadores y moderadores: Alex Behn, Marianne Cottin, Cristóbal Hernández.


From Process to Practice: Using Process-Outcome Research to Meaningfully Enhance Patient Outcomes.

Discussants: Michael Constantino, Christoph Flückiger, Lauren Lipner, Julian Rubel, Eva-Lotta Brakemeier,  Alex Behn. 


  1. Affective regulation, reflective functioning and interventions focused on structural personality deficits during moments of rupture and repair attempts. 

Organizadora y moderadora: Carolina Altimir. 

Discussants: Carolina Altimir, Cecilia De la Cerda, Elyna Gomez-Barris. 

  • Paper: Patient-therapist facial-affective regulation and therapist’s retrospective account of his interventions within ruptures and resolutions of the alliance in a brief psychodynamic psychotherapy. 

Autor principal: Pedro Arévalo. Co-autoras: Carolina Altimir, Cecilia De la Cerda, Elyna Gomez-Barris. 

  • Paper: Relationship between the quality of patient and therapist’s reflective function during rupture and resolution strategy events and the quality of therapist’s mentalization during retrospective interviews, in a brief psychodynamic psychotherapy. 

Autora principal: Cecilia De la Cerda. Co-autoras: Carolina Altimir, Elyna Gomez-Barris. 

  • Paper: Interventions focusing on structural personality functioning deficits within events of rupture and resolution. 

Autora principal: Natalia Hanckes. Co-autoras/es: Elyna Gomez-Barris, Nelson Valdés, Carolina Altimir, Cecilia De la Cerda, Catalina Barriga.

  1. Research contributions to psychotherapy with trans* and gender nonconforming people

Organizador y moderador: Claudio Martinez.

  • Paper: Psychotherapy experiences of TGNC patients: A qualitative study. 

Autora principal: Alemka Tomicic. Co-autoras/es: Claudio Martinez, Katherine Guerrero, Fernanda Abarca.

  • Paper: Application of the Body-Mapping Technique for the Psychological Understanding of the Body Experience of Trans and Gender Nonconforming (TGNC) People. 

Autor principal:  Claudio Martinez. Co-autoras/es: Maria Isabel Gaete, Mariana Castillo-Hermosilla, Felipe Concha, Isidora Paiva-Mack, Alemka Tomicic, Francisca Avilés.

  • Paper: Family Therapy and Interactional Patterns in Families with Transgender youth. 

Autor principal: Christian Spuler. Co-autora: Alemka Tomicic.

  1. Experiences of Transitioning to Teletherapy Thursday

Paper: The impact of the use of Information and Communication Technologies (ICT) on psychotherapy practices and the relationship of therapists and patients. 

Autora principal: Mariane Krause. Co-autores:  Daniel Espinosa, Javier Fernández-Álvarez.

  1. Zooming in on the rupture and repair process .

Paper: Facial-affective markers of patient-therapist rupture-resolution processes. 

Autora principal:  Carolina Altimir. Co-autora: Mahaira Reinel.

  1.  Examining the symptoms profiles using the PHQ-9: learnings from the International Network for the Study of Depression Heterogeneity 

Organizador y moderador: Alex Behn 

  • Paper: Exploring common symptom profiles in depression using the PHQ-9: findings from an international study with community and clinical samples from the United Kingdom, Germany, Austria, Ethiopia, Uganda, and Chile. 

Autor principal: Alex Behn. Co-autoras/es: Catalina Núñez, Michael Barkham, Jaime Delgadillo, Harry Banyard, Helen Verdeli, Birgit Watzke, Thomas Probst, Elke Humer 

  • Paper: Mapping depression heterogeneity: Towards an understanding of symptom profiles using network analysis. 

Autora principal: Catalina Núñez. Co-autoras/es: Alex Behn,  Paula Errázuriz.

  1.  The «Mindful» Therapist: Mindfulness-Informed Interventions in Psychotherapy and Self-Care Practices of Psychotherapists
  • Paper: Mindfulness in action: A proposal for a new Mindfulness operationalization in psychotherapy process research 

Autora principal: Mahaira Reinel. Co-autoras: Carolina Altimir Colao, Mariane Krause Jacob 

  • Paper: Sitting with other´s experience: From the cushion to the couch 

Autor: Sebastian Medeiros 

  1.  Measuring in ways that matter: Leveraging content and context in outcome assessments
  • Paper: Study features and response compliance in Ecological Momentary Assessment Research in Borderline Personality Disorder: A Systematic Review and Meta-analysis 

Autor principal: Alex Behn. Co-autoras/es: Antonella Davanzo, Delfine d´Huart, Süheyla Seker, Markus Moessner, Ronan Zimmermann, Klaus Schmeck.

  1. Mental health and psychosocial well-being in immigrants and refugees: experiences and challenges for intervention 

Organizadora y moderadora: Nicolle Alamo 

  1. Panel Training competencies for therapists: current challenges and perspectives 

Organizadora y moderadora: Candice Fischer 

  • Paper: Project HAP: Challenges and takeaways of creating a digital training platform 

Investigador principal: Sebastián Opazo. Co-autoras/es: Candice Fischer, Stephanie Vaccarezza.

  • Paper: Patients’ profile complexities and suggested training competencies 

Autora principal: Paula Dagnino

10. New perspectives on improving long-term mental care for people with depression 

  • Paper: Expanding our psychopathological knowledge of recurrent depression: An analysis of associated network properties.

Autora principal: Mara Sophie Söker. Co-autoras/es: Markus Wolf, Markus Moessner, Stephanie Bauer.

  • Paper: Pinpointing the potential of strategies to reduce the burden of depression: a simulation study 

Autor principal: Maximilian Wilhelm. Co-autoras/es: Markus Wolf, Markus Moessner, Stephanie Bauer.

11. Therapeutic relationship: Contexts, moments, and challenges 

Organizador y moderador: Daniel Espinosa-Duque 

Discussants: Mariane Krause 

  • Paper: Exploring the therapeutic relationship in a WhatsApp-based intervention for postpartum depression prevention 

Autora principal: Olga Fernández. Co-autoras: Nicolle Alamo, Sofia Fernández, Francisca Pérez, M. Ignacia García, Carola Pérez, Soledad Coo.

  • Paper: Facilitators and limitations of the therapeutic relationship in institutional context from the patient’s perspective 

Autor principal: Daniel Espinosa-Duque. Co-autora: Diana Ocampo 

  • Paper: Patient-therapist interaction in change and stuck episodes in the psychotherapeutic process of patients with borderline personality disorder.

Autora principal: Irma Morales-Reyes. Co-autoras: Pamela Foelsch, Mariane Krause.

12. Panel Digital tools to enhance the reach, uptake, and impact of prevention and treatment in young people 

Organizadora y moderadora: Stephanie Bauer 

  • Paper: Can Video-based Micro Interventions Facilitate Professional Help Seeking in Youth? An Online Experiment 

Autora principal: Diana Lemmer. Co-autoras/es: Markus Moessner, Nicolas Arnaud, Harald Baumeister, Agnes Mutter, Sarah-Lena Klemm, Paul Plener, Christine Rummel-Kluge, Rainer Thomasius, Michael Kaess, Stephanie Bauer.

  • Paper: Efficacy of Internet-Based Selective Eating Disorder Prevention: A Randomized Controlled Trial within the ProHEAD Consortium

Autora principal: Stephanie Bauer. Co-autoras/es: Johanna Stadler, Michael Kaess, Sophia Lustig, Sabrina Baldofski, Heike Eschenbeck, Vera Gille, Alisa Hiery, Christine Rummel-Kluge, Silke Dieselkamp, Anna-Lena Schulz, Markus Moessner.

13. Panel Navigating through Public Mental Health: Psychotherapy Challenges 

Organizadora y moderadora: Candice Fischer.

  • Paper: Working with complex patients in a complex setting: therapists’ clinical tools and strategies 

Autora principal: Candice Fischer.

  • Paper: The difficult patient with depression: acceptability of a psychotherapeutic on line training program for primary care psychologists 

Autor principal: Guillermo de la Parra. Co-autoras: Carla Crempien, Karina Zúñiga, Susana Morales, Antonia Errázuriz, Pablo Martínez, Catalina Aravena, María Teresa Ferrari.

  • Paper:  Therapists’ self-care tool box to effectively navigate through Public Mental Health 

Autora principal: Stephanie Vaccarezza. Co-autores: Alberto López 

  • Paper: The importance of the therapeutic frame for therapists working with complex patients in Public Mental Health: Rethinking the concept of therapeutic alliance 

Autora principal: Paula Errázuriz.

14. International adaptations of DBT in routine and public care settings. 

Organizador y moderador: Alex Behn.

  • Paper: Using Ecological Momentary Assessment to capture clinical effects from a 3-month online enhanced DBT-ST intervention in a public hospital in Chile. 

Autor principal: Yamil Quevedo. Co-autores: Matías Correa, Cristóbal Hernández, Alex Behn.

  • Paper: Effectiveness of a brief Dialectical Behaviour Therapy Skills training group for Borderline Personality Disorder in a public outpatient service in Chile: a multiple baseline comparison.

Autor principal: Matías Correa. Co-authors: Yamil Quevedo, Alex Behn.

15. Panel Insights and challenges in assessing epistemic trust 

  • Paper: An update on research on epistemic trust and its measurement 

Autora principal: Chloe Campbell. Co-autores: Patrick Luyten, Peter Fonagy.

  • Paper: Epistemic Trust Assessment in Individuals with Common Mental Health Disorders 

Autora principal: Guler Beril Kumpasoglu. Co-authors: Chloe Campbell, Tobias Nolte, Peter Fonagy.

16. Panel Neuromodulators of psychotherapy: from mechanisms of response to augmentative treatments

  • Paper: Interactive effects of a minimal couple intervention and intranasal oxytocin on psychobiological stress markers.

Autora principal: Beate Ditzen. Co-autoras/es: Corina Aguilar-Raab, Ekaterina Schneider, Martin Stoffel, Cristóbal Hernandez, Guy Bodenmann, Markus Heinrichs, Ulrike Ehlert.

17. Innovations and Challenges in E-Mental-Health 

Organizadores y moderadores: Markus Moessner, Stephanie Bauer.

  • Paper: Systematic Review of non-inferiority and equivalence trials in e–health and face-to-face treatments for mental health conditions 

Autor principal: Markus Moessner. Co-autoras/es: Robin Bullenkamp, Stephanie Bauer.

18. Panel Advances and new approaches in psychotherapy case formulation 

Organizador y moderador: Felipe Concha-Aqueveque.

  • Paper: Psychophysiological markers of expertise in case formulation 

Autor principal: Felipe Concha-Aqueveque. Co-autor: Claudio Martínez

19. Borderline Personality Disorder: Attachment and Intervention Development 

Discussants: Alex Behn

  • Paper: Designing a Personalized Psychoeducative Intervention for Borderline Personality Disorder Autor principal: Nicolás Labbé. Co-autor: Alex Behn. 

20. Perspectives on mental health intervention and research in diverse cultural contexts 

  • Paper: Qualitative Methodology Course with Undergraduate Students: Learning about Bipolar Disorder Experiences while Doing Research 

Autora principal: Alemka Tomicic. Co-autoras/es: Katherine Guerrero, Felipe Alarcón, Martín Hernández, Maite Aedo, Fabián Ahumada. 

21. Panel Relational aspects in the clinical work with children and caregivers in different contexts of trauma 

Organizadora y moderadora: Stefanella Costa-Cordella.

  • Paper: Cultural Adaptations of MBT Lighthouse Parenting for Chilean Families: Identifying Stakeholder Recommendations. 

Autora principal: Stefanella Costa-Cordella. Co-autoras: Alejandra Rossi, Aitana Grasso-Cladera

  • Paper: Initial therapeutic relationship with children who have been sexually abused: integrating the views of children and therapists.

Autora principal: Lucía Núñez. Co-autoras/es: Camila Muñoz-Pérez, Claudia Capella, Nicolle Alamo, Marcia Olhaberry, Nicolás Gabriel-Vacher 

  • Paper: Exploring Therapeutic Alliance Ruptures and Resolutions in Infant-Caregiver Telematic Interventions 

Autora principal: Catalina Sieverson.  Co-autoras/es: Marcia Olhaberry, Javier Morán, Carla Vásquez, Katherine Guerrero, Paulina Núñez. 

  • Paper: Deepening the therapeutic relationship with children through an expressive and participatory device. 

Autora principal: María José Ugarte.

  • Paper: Psychotherapy with sexually abused children from a dialogical perspective 

Autor principal: María Teresa del Rio. Co-autoras/es: Paola Andreucci-Annunziata, Augusto Mellado.

Brief Paper Session 

  • Paper: Systematization of tools for a clinical practice focused on structural personality functioning deficits 

Autora principal: Elyna Gomez-Barris. Co-autor: Nelson Valdés.

  • Paper: Interpersonal Changes in Multiperson Settings 

Autora principal: Nina Immel. Co-authors: Mariane Krause, Paula Evers, Julia Jerusalem, Sina Baader, Ali Al-Hasani, Laura Bilstein, Niels Braus, Silvia Scholz, Robin Gräfenkämper, Christina Hunger-Schoppe.

  • Paper: Episodes of meeting in psychotherapy as an intersubjective approach to change process research: Learnings of 8 years of research on moments of meeting 

Autora principal: Javiera Duarte.

  • Paper: Chilean Internet-Based Intervention for Postpartum Women with Depressive Symptoms: Preliminary Results of a Randomized Controlled Trial 

Autora principal: Pamela Franco. Co-autoras/es: Marcia Olhaberry, Pim Cuijpers, Saskia Kelders, Antonia Muzard.

  • Paper: The internet and the symptoms we treat: A longitudinal explanation of the relationship between internet addiction, depression and anxiety. 

Autor principal: Cristóbal Hernández. Co-autores: Sergio Quevedo, Raimundo Hansen, José Antonio Garcés, Martín Ferrada.

  • Paper: Temporal organization (and disorganization) of discursive voices and their association with outcomes in a case of psychotherapy of a patient diagnosed with Borderline Personality Disorder (BPD).

Autor principal: Augusto Mellado. Co-autor: Claudio Martínez.

Structured Discussion 

  1. Training of psychotherapy in these changing times

Discussants: Bernhard Strauss, Gary Diamond, George Silberschatz, Hadas Wiseman, Jacques Barber, Mariane Krause, Orya Tishby, Poornima Bhola, Shelley McMain.

  1. Advancing psychotherapy research for clients with limited socio-economic resources by learning from each other

Discussants: Paula Errázuriz, Fredrik Falkenström, Héctor Fernández Álvarez, Nick Firth, Beatriz Gomez,  Amber M O’Shea, Soo Jeong Youn.

  1. Research to publish or to become better psychotherapists: How are we using research results to train psychotherapists? 

Organizadores y moderadores: Nelson Valdes-Sanchez, Adelya Urmanche.

Discussants: Elizabeth Ochoa, João Tiago Oliveira, Philippa Connolly, Nelson Valdés-Sánchez, Andrea Rodriguez-Quiroga.

  1. How to promote participation of individuals from under-represented groups in psychotherapy research 

Discussants: Chetna Duggal, Shigeru Iwakabe, Mariane Krause, Lorenzo Lorenzo-Luaces, Shelley McMain, Daisy Singla, Soo Jeong Youn. 


  • Meanings associated with the recent HIV diagnosis in men who have sex with men in Chile and its impact on mental health 

Autor principal: Cristian Ortega. Co-autoras/es: Victor Figueroa, Cecilia del Canto, Francisco González.

  • Q-Methodology for analysing clinical strategies in psychotherapies with children who have been sexually abused 

Autora principal: Sofía Fernández Sanz. Co-autoras: Claudia Capella, Nicolle Alamo, Marcia Olhaberry, Camila Gómez, Loreto Rodríguez, Estrella Azócar. 

  • The Impact of Childhood Maltreatment and Personality Functioning on Depression and Anxiety Symptoms in Adult Patients in Psychotherapy

Autora principal: Stephanie Vaccarezza. Co-autora: Paula Errázuriz.

  • LGB community prejudice scale towards psychotherapy: construction and psychometric results 

Autor principal: Jesús Vidal-Rojas. Co-autoras/es: Alemka Tomicic, Claudio Martínez, Valentina Godoy.

  • Change processes in caregivers of children victims of sexual abuse: the view of the therapists. 

Autora principal: Nicolle A. Alamo. Co-autoras/es: Claudia Capella, Lucía Núñez, M. Olaya Grau, Angélica Canales, Camila Muñoz, Nicolás Gabriel-Vacher.

  • Psychological impact on men who have sex with men (MSM) recently diagnosed with HIV: A scoping review 

Autor principal: Cristian Ortega. Co-autoras/es: Alemka Tomicic, Miguel Aguilera.

  • Personality functioning and borderline personality disorder in patients referred for psychiatric consultation in an emergency service 

Autora principal: Jazmín Pérez-Méndez. Co-autoras/es: Alex Behn, Tomás Massmann, Marianne Cottin.

  • Clients’ Treatment and Therapist Credibility Perceptions and Post-Treatment Outcomes: Two Multilevel Meta-Analyses 

Autora principal: Guler Beril Kumpasoglu. Co-autoras/es: Chloe Campbell, Peter Fonagy.

  • Strengthening and weakening of the therapeutic bond with people from the LGBT community: the perspective of the therapeutic dyad. 

Autor principal: Jesús Vidal-Rojas. Co-autoras/es: Alemka Tomicic, Claudio Martínez.

  • Interoceptive awareness and therapist characteristics

Autora principal: Agustina Ovalle. Co-autoras: Candice Fischer, Paula Dagnino, Stephanie Vaccarezza.

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