Infórmate de la Salud Mental - MIDAP

Investigadores/as y estudiantes de MIDAP participan en la 55 Reunión Internacional de la SPR en Canadá

Entre el 26 y 29 de junio se realizó en Ottawa, Canadá, la 55 Reunión Internacional de la SPR (Sociedad de Investigación en Psicoterapia, por sus siglas en inglés), bajo el lema “Going beyond symptom change: Promoting flourishing virtues and social change”. En esta oportunidad participaron 11 estudiantes de pre y postgrado, siete investigadores e investigadoras de MIDAP, de manera tanto presencial como online; en sesiones breves de paper, discusiones, paneles, sesiones de póster. 

Revisa el detalle a continuación: 

Discusiones: 

  1. Self-Care for the Psychotherapy Researcher. Mariane Krause (Investigadora Asociada)
  2. Sharing Clinical data for Psychotherapy research: Incentives and Challenges. Mariane Krause (Investigadora Asociada)

Sesión breve de paper: 

  1. Method 1. Barriers and facilitating factors during implementation of family therapy in Public Mental Health Services in Chile: Experts’ perspectives. Marcia Salinas (estudiante de doctorado) y Diana Rivera (Investigadora Adjunta).
  2. Alliance 1. Panelista:  Stephanie Vaccarezza (estudiante de doctorado). 
  3. Qualitative 1. Moderadora: Alemka Tomicic (Investigadora Asociada). Effects of a Peer Support Intervention for Individuals with Bipolar Disorder and Their Families: A Qualitative Analysis of a Chilean experience. Alemka Tomicic (Investigadora Asociada), Javiera Duarte (Investigadora Joven), Maite Aedo, Victoria Díaz (estudiante de pregrado), Francisca Avilés, Carla Vásquez y Claudio Martínez (Investigador Asociado).
  4. Qualitative 1. Is psychological support necessary for a recent HIV diagnosis? Cristian Ortega (estudiante de doctorado) y Alemka Tomicic (Investigadora Asociada).
  5. Change Process. ChatGPT for case formulation training. Felipe Concha (estudiante de doctorado). 

Panel online: 

  1. A Moment of Meeting – Preliminary findings of a comparison between two research groups detecting “moments of meeting” in two videos of psychotherapies. Panelistas: Javiera Duarte (Investigadora Joven),  Alemka Tomicic (Investigadora Asociada). 
  1. Beyond depressive symptomatology: Considering patients’ complexity. Paula Dagnino (Investigadora Asociada) y Sergio Gloger. 

Panelista: Paula Dagnino

Panel presencial: 

  1. Therapists’ contribution to therapy process. Therapists’ Mindfulness: Does It Matter for Therapeutic Alliance Ruptures and Their Resolution? Panelista: Mahaira Reneil (estudiante de doctorado). 
  2. Mentalization Based Treatment (MBT) for the Psychosis Spectrum: current knowledge and new perspectives for research and practice. Discussant: Javiera Duarte (Investigadora Joven). 

Poster: 

  1. Qualitative Analysis of Body Trajectories in TGNC Individuals: Implications for Psychotherapeutic Support. Claudio Martinez, Alemka Tomicic, Felipe Concha, Isidora Paiva.
  1. To Tear in Order to Heal: An Analysis of Changes and Ruptures in the Psychotherapeutic Process of a Patient Diagnosed with a Personality Disorder and Psychotic Episodes. Victoria Díaz, Catalina Andrade, Claudia Ortiz, Matías Pinto, Javiera Duarte, Alemka Tomicic y Claudio Martínez.
  1. Beyond the therapy session: Navigating grief following the psychotherapist’s passing. Paula Valdés (estudiante de pregrado), María Gracia Calderón (estudiante de pregrado), Matilde Palma, Isidora Pugh, Laura Villar (estudiante de pregrado) y Alemka Tomicic.
  1. Exploring the Feasibility and Acceptability of Mentalization-Based Treatmentfor Young Adolescents with Depression: Preliminary Results of a Pilot Study in Chile. Javiera Duarte, Javier Morán, Camila Garay (estudiante de pregrado) y Kimberly Williams (estudiante de pregrado).
  1. Breaking Mistrust: How Ruptures Favor Subjective Change in a Patient with BPD. Laura Manríquez, Victoria Díaz (estudiante de pregrado), Estefany Díaz, Alemka Tomicic, Javiera Duarte y Claudio Martínez.

Semi-plenary:

Broadening the Evidentiary Basis for and Outcomes Considered in Clinical Guidance: Recommendations from Qualitative Psychotherapy Researchers. Panelistas: Heidi Levitt, Clara Hill, Ladislav Timulak, Jairo Fuertes, Shigeru Iwakabe, Sarah Knox, J. Christopher Muran, Hanne Weie Oddli, Tomáš Řiháček, Alemka Tomicic, Rivka Tuval-Mashiach, Andreas Hamburger, John McLeod, Antonio Pascual-Leone, Michael B. Buchholz, Joerg Frommer, Claudio Martínez, Zenobia Morrill, Phil Langer.

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