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International scientific society, our purpose is to maintain the dynamism of Art Therapy.

The aims of the Society are to establish and maintain links between the various specialists interested in the field of psychiatry and art-therapy, psychoanalysis, psychology and sociology.

Newsletter Mai 2012

Editorial

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 Dear Friends & Sympathisers of SIPE,

“Toulouse is often described as being the city of the troubadours, rugby and aeronautics. It will also have the honour of organising the 20th International SIPE-AT Conference on 13, 14 and 15 September 2012 at the University of Toulouse-Rangueil’s Faculty of Medicine.

The troubadours gave rise to the subject of this conference: ‘‘Amours & Désamours’’ (love & unlove). Love is for another person, an activity or a creation. It can also be subject to regrets.

Rugby is by nature a team sport, a sport of strategy and values. Art-therapists often work in teams. They are confronted or work with other health professionals. One of the values in art-therapy is being able to express a different melody in a person’s care, that of the imaginary, creativity and support.

Finally, aeronautics is an expression of technology and energy. The Toulouse conference will be based on new forms of the psychopathology of expression, the stakes of scientific quality and improving patient care.

For all these reasons, we invite you all to take part in this conference which will bring together professionals from several different countries. Come and describe your work, your research and tell us how you are contributing to progress in this field.”

 

Pr Laurent SCHMITT,
SIPE Chairman

 

Manifestations

Congrès - Journées d'étude - Conférences

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XXème congrès SIPE-AT,
13 -15 septembre 2012

"Amours, désamours..."


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After Lisbon, Athens, Liège, Kyoto…, Toulouse, capital of Occitania, the crossroads between cultures between two seas and on Europe’s north south route, is proud to organise the 20th SIPE-AT World Congress (International Psychopathology of Expression & Art-Therapy Society) on 13, 14 and 15 September 2012 at the Faculty of Medicine Toulouse Rangueil (University of Toulouse 3).

Every three years, we bring together clinicians, researchers, trainers, specialists, enlightened enthusiasts and laymen from the world of the arts, medicine, clinical psychopathology and art therapies based on a cross-disciplinary subject.

In the present declaration: “Amours, désamours…”, you can hear the effect of the far echo of Courtly Love which in Toulouse in the 12th and 13th centuries exerted its influence. Hear the joy of love and also its misfortunes, because the arts, the life of an artist like the clinic of the soul’s sufferings, teach us the plural of love and misfortunes, their ungovernable variations and their suspense; the dynamics of impulses, identifications, projections and work symbolising to evoke a truth by painful or joyful creation; the stakes of choosing to belong to schools or movements of thought which invent and pass on art therapies.

Other items may also lead you to either submit a paper or come and share the experience of those who, through their structured expression, show that it is still possible to cross love and misfortunes.

To register for the congress (1 lunch included):

  • SIPE member = 100 euros
  • student, intern, DES on proof = 60 euros
  • Other participant- 150 euros

COMPTE RENDU

 

puce Paris, Atelier LES PINCEAUX(Centre de formation à l'art-thérapie)
Journée annuelle, Les 30 ans de l'Atepp-Cefat, 31 mars 2012.

9 conférences débats avec chantiers /ateliers et programme musical et expositions sur le thème:"LA REPRISE DE L'OEUVRE. Prendre le passé pour l'avenir".
"Qu'est-ce qui se dérobe, défile, vacille, flotte pour que nous ayons besoin de retrouver, repriser, reprendre, rejoindre? Paradoxalité de la reprise, appel à re-figuration, reprise de la maille qui saute, scansion du temps lorsque le hors temps s'impose sans ponctuation, relier un peu plus le visible à l'invisible, le tangible à l'inexplicable. "Inventaire de fils d'atelier là où "l'attention va et vient parfois soucieuse et vagabonde pour donner au passé un avenir sensible", on ne saurait mieux dire que les maîtres d'oeuvre de cette journée.

www.lespinceaux.org

 

puce Paris, L'Etablissement Public de Santé Maison Blanche organise un séminaire sur le thème Corps, langages, pensée chez l’enfant et l’adolescent dont une journée « Parler de son corps avec un enfant et un adolescent », 10 Mai 2012.

Informations pratiques et inscriptions: Séminaire Année 2012 de l’Etablissement Public de Santé Maison Blanche 6-10, rue Pierre Bayle - 75020 PARIS
Tél : 01 42 02 20 77
Fax : 01 42 02 41 53
Email : This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it

 

puce Abbaye de l'épau, LE MANS, Société Française de Psychopathologie de l'Expression et d'Art-Thérapie, "LES PRATIQUES DE l'ART-THERAPIE", 27 et 28 Avril 2012

Dans le cadre des journées de printemps de la SFPE-AT, en partenariat avec le CHS de la Sarthe et la Fédération Française des Art-thérapeutes(FFAT)le Dr.Y.Mourtada a su rassembler 140 auditeurs et contributeurs à 12 conférences débats très animées sur les centres de formation, l'organisation de la profession, les mises en oeuvre de médiations et de dispositifs art-thérapeutiques ainsi que sur l'évaluation de leurs résultats. Un exemple de franche confrontation des référentiels théoriques, des étayages institutionnels et des aspirations de différentes
générations de praticiens qui s'efforcent de conjuguer le service des personnes en traitement, le service de la connaissance et le service des arts avec exigence et turbulence comme il sied aux troubadours quand ils ne se comportent pas comme des enfants de choeur et qu'on ne sacrifie pas l'esprit de "l'ATlié" à aucun "ATisme".
JP M

Toutes les informations sur leur site web : www.sfpe-art-therapie.fr .

 

ACTUALITES

 

puce Lisbonne, Ateliers d'Arts plastiques Artistas Modernos Próximos da Infância E DÁDÁ–ZEN, Société portugaise d'Art thérapie, du 27 mars au 29 mai 2012
exposEncadré par Eurico Gonçalves, Artiste plasticien, Professeur et critique d'art.
DESTINADO A:
Educadores, professores, monitores, animadores pedagógicos e estudantes, psicólogos, sociólogos, psicopedagogos, médicos e todos com interesse pela Educação Artística.
PROGRAMA
1. Cadavre-exquis
2. Desenho e pintura colectiva.
3. Colagem / Montagem.
4. Automatismo psíquico surrealista.
5. Frottage e Decalcomania.

Plus d'informations : tel. 210998922, This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it ,

 

puce Puylaurens, Atelier Art Nature, Stages et ateliers de l'été : peinture et modelage, Juin-Juillet 2012.

Un moment privilégié pour prendre le temps de peindre ou modeler l'argile,
Découvrir sa capacité à créer,
S'initier aux langages plastiques,
Rencontrer sa sensibilité artistique,
Échanger sur les expériences liées au processus de la création.

CONTACT & INSCRIPTION: Sylvie Hébrard 06 26 02 58 06 - This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it
http://www.atelier-artnature.com

 

puce Paris, Colloque BB/ADOS "Du bébé à l'adolescent. SEXE, SEXUEL, SEXUALITE. Le lien passionnel", 12-13 Octobre 2012.

Maison de la Mutualité 24 rue Saint-victor 75005 Paris.
Organisé par Alain Braconnier (ISAPP-Francophone),Bernard Golse(WAIMH-Francophone, Manuelle Missonnier (Carnet Psy).
Renseignements et inscriptions:Estelle Georges-Chassot (01 46 04 74 35) et
site: www.carnetpsy.com

 

puce New York City, Expressive Therapies Summit, November 8-11, 2012

The third annual Expressive Therapies Summit will be held in New York City, November 8-11, 2012. This exciting continuing education opportunity offers creative arts therapists and educators, arts professionals, and interested healthcare colleagues the chance to come together to learn, collaborate, and network.

Attendance at this event has already grown to over 600 people from 7 countries in only two years. In 2011, a distinguished faculty of over 100 clinicians, educators, researchers, and others presented papers, panels, workshops, and full-day classes on art, music, drama, dance/movement, and poetry therapies as well as psychodrama, sandtray and play therapy for populations of all ages and abilities.

We welcome papers, panels, workshops, and classes featuring any creative arts discipline. Of particular interest are sessions that are experiential and/or multimodal. This year, session formats range from 1.5 to 12 hours (two days). The 2012 Summit program will be selected from proposals submitted through our updated Submission site. The submission deadline has been extended until midnight Friday, April 20.

Proposal submission is open to all interested professionals, and is not limited by theme or creative arts discipline. In fact, if you are a content expert on a particular mental health topic of interest to creative arts/expressive therapists, we welcome your proposal.

This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it
www.expressivemedia.org
www.expressivetherapiessummit.com

 

puce Paris, Société Française de Psychopathologie de l'Expression et d'Art-Thérapie, Journées d'Automne Année 2012, "Ravissement", 24 et 25 novembre 2012

Lieu: Institut Protestant de Théologie (83 Bld Arago 75014 Paris)
Propositions de communication à adresser avant le 30/06/2012 au Dr.Ghislaine Reillanne, 83 av.d'Italie 75013 Paris.
email: This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it
Plus d'informations : www.sfpe-art-therapie.fr

 

puce Weimar, Société allemande de psychopathologie de l'expression et d'art-thérapie, Congrès "Le désir dans le travail en commun"

Le Professeur HEUSER au titre de la société allemande de psychopathologie de l'expression et d'art-thérapie, nous informe d'un important Congrès à Weimar intitulé « Le désir dans le travail en commun ». Pour tout renseignement, contacter le Pr HEUSER : This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it

 

puce Sacy-le-Grand, Colloque National 2012 avec exposition au Relais de l'aulne, "Jean-Jacques ROUSSEAU, l'Art et la Nature", 13 et 14 Juin 2012

Colloque National 2012 avec exposition au Relais de l'aulne: 927 route de Labruyère 60700 Sacy-le-Grand. "Jean-Jacques ROUSSEAU, l'Art et la Nature" ARTS ET THERAPIE

Organisateur:Jean-Philippe Catonné
Contact: Corinne Gallino 30 44 77 65 87 This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it

 

 

Ouvrages - Articles - Revues


B
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boyer labrouche manuel d'art therapie puce BOYER-LABROUCHE Annie , MANUEL D’ART-THERAPIE, 2012 Ed.Dunod, Paris

Saluons la troisième édition de l’ouvrage du Dr.Boyer-Labrouche, psychiatre pratiquant l’art-thérapie mais aussi peintre, vingt ans après sa première livraison.

Si un éditeur majeur réédite sa confiance à un auteur ce n’est pas seulement que le lectorat visé se renouvelle voire s’agrandit vue l’audience des thérapies à médiation artistique, c’est aussi que son ouvrage n’a pas pris de rides. Grâce à sa présentation concise, claire, raisonnée, pacifiée des fondamentaux du champ foisonnant de ce type de (psycho) thérapie des souffrances subjectives. Champ ouvert à des référentiels théoriques et pratiques multiples et non antagonisme des camps dogmatiques ou corporatistes.Trop clinicienne sans doute pour ne pas s’égarer dans les polémiques académiques  et politiques sur les traitements (médico-sociaux) de la santé mentale et sur les menaces de réductionnisme scientiste de la liberté psychique.

Mais l’auteur ne méconnaît ni les apories,ni les paradoxes, ni les limites de son art. Plutôt que de jouer les Cassandre ou la gardienne du temple, elle sert de guide historique, scientifique et culturel aux professionnels du soin psychologique, médecins ou laïques,initiés et profanes qui  veulent conjuguer le désir de soigner et le souci de l’expression,de la liberté, de la créativité et du partage via les arts.

Si l’ouvrage mérite d’être signalé par notre société, c’est qu’il sait aussi bien présenter le référentiel psychanalytique qui le fonde que ses adaptations (cadre, procédés, médiations plastiques, musicales, danse, conte, photographie, cinéma) aux différentes pathologies ou handicaps -études de cas à l’appui, mais encore l’apport des autres pays en matière d’organisation et de formation des art-thérapeutes.

Ni essai, ni traité, ni cours, ni somme, ni abrégé, la juste mesure de ce livre est celle du manuel.
Non pas un vade mecum, mais un vade nostrum, ouvrage de main de femme, point de main mise, ni de main basse, ouvrage de main tendue, un appel de main pour avancer et encourager la démarche du néophyte dans un champ innovant et donc parfois controversé en raison de la tension, de l’écart, du trait qui sépare/unit art et thérapie et leurs finalités. Ouvrage de belle main-d’œuvre (facture et allure), de mantien, d’habileté  manuelle, donc humaine; ouvrage qui respire l’esprit de l’atelier où l’artisan clinicien rencontre des artistes patients et impatients.

JP Martineau

 

vives La voix sur le divanpuce VIVES Jean-Michel, LA VOIX SUR LE DIVAN Musique sacrée, opéra, techno, 2012 Ed. Aubier Psychanalyse , Paris

« Salut l’artiste ! » enfin puis-je retourner à Jean-Michel Vives avec le même humour que lorsqu’il y a près de trente années, s’adressant au professeur qui s’appliquait à conjuguer psychologie clinique et arts, il me disait « maître ». Entendez là un règlement de conte d’amitié mais aussi de jubilation pour son livre et son objet de jouissance épistémique, clinique et esthétique : la Voix. Non pas « la voix de son maître » mais cette voix brillante et profonde, captivante et pathétique, éclatante (criante) ou sourde des poètes- prophètes de la subjectivation- que l’écoute du psychanalyste, la parole du professeur et le souffle des hommes de l’art font transparaître par leurs propres interprétations, constructions dédiées.


Salut d’artiste, de l’auteur à son lectorat, au cortège de ceux qui l’ont inspiré et encouragé, à la collégialité scientifique quand elle ne confond pas disputatio et arraisonnement,à la communauté des étudiants devant lesquels les concepts ont été forgés et affinés. Tous, compagnons d’hier et lecteurs à venir qui découvriront dans le présent ouvrage certaines des clefs, des circuits, des voies de la clinique avec et sans divan, de l’esthétique musicale avec et sans diva; entendons dans ses formes consacrées ou sacrificielles, incantatoires ou techno.


Voix des castrats et des sirènes, d’église et de studio, pour mélomanes et raveurs, pacifiées ou déchaînées, invocatoires ou provocantes aux confins de « cette extimité qui est la Chose » (Lacan) au plus près de ce féminin non réductible à la mascarade féminine ni à la parade masculine. Que le lecteur se rassure, il n’est pas invité à se laisser ravir par un jargon pour initié au référentiel lacanien ici privilégié, mais au contraire à se laisser guider par le professeur de psychopathologie clinique qui est aussi homme de théâtre et d’opéra (ayant l’expérience personnelle du chant et de la mise en scène), et on l’aura compris de grande culture et de belle écriture.

Jean-Pierre Martineau

 

Revues

 

puce Société française de psychopathologie de l'expression et d'art-thérapie, Journées d'automne, "Transparence, Illusion, Apparence", REVUE ANNUELLE, 26 et 27 novembre 2011

18 communications visitent les oeuvres de: Le Caravage, E. Delacroix, E. Schiele, S. Dali, M.C. Escher, Friedklin William, E.Ionesco, mais aussi les sortilèges du verre, des voiles, des écrans, du rêve, du délire, de la photographie et du cinéma. Avec pour viatique le corpus freudien, lacanien, comme celui de F. Nietzsche et de M. Conche pour dévoiler la féconde illusion, le désir de transparence, l'opacité du secret, la délectation du translucide jusque là où confinent les cliniques de l'amour du désir et de l'écriture.

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Toutes les informations sur leur site web : www.sfpe-art-therapie.fr .

 

puce JAPANESE BULLETIN OF ARTS THERAPY.Vol.41 No.2 2010

Revue de la sociéte japonaise de Psychopathologie de l'Expression et d'ART Thérapie.
Siège:
Neuropsychiatic research Institute 91
Benten-cho,Shinjuku-ku
Tokyo,162-0851,Japan.

 

   

Vie de la société



The next General Ordinary Meeting of S.I.P.E.

took place during the International Congress  SIPE-AT from the 13th to the 15th of september 2012 in Toulouse on the theme : «Amours, désamours...».
Click here to read the full report.


Remembering Irene jakab (1919-2011)

“The 18 of June this year Irene Jakab left us. Everybody knew her as one of the founders of our Society, an industrious participant, speaker of the SIPE conferences and an enthusiastic fighter for the field of psychopathology of expression.

Irene Jakab was born on 15 of July, 1919 in Nagyvárad (now Oradea Mare – Romania), attending the schools there. She obtained her medical diploma in Transylvania, Kolozsvár (now: Cluj) beginning her medical career at Neurological and Psychiatric University Clinic there beside Professor István Környey. After the Second World War, the Clinic moved from Transylvania to Pécs, Hungary. In the mean time she graduated from philosophy-psychology “cum laude”, and in 1948 she obtained her M.A. from psychology and pedagogy with “summa cum laude.” Having conflicts with the communist regime she left Hungary for Switzerland and later for Paris. Her medical career abroad started at the Harvard University Boston in the USA in 1966. After completing her studies at the Menninger School of Psychiatry, she moved to Pittsburgh where, for the first one in the United States, she developed the John Merck Program for mentally retarded psychotic children. She was an active professor at the Pittsburgh University until 1992. Having retired, she returned to Harvard Boston teaching psychiatry, and became the consultant of the Mclean Teaching Hospital.

From her very rich scientific achievement I selected some most significant ones. Her Pittsburgh activity is reflected by a book “Mental Retardation” (Karger, Basel 1982). She edited and wrote valuable chapters on differential diagnostics and organizational aspects of the subject..."

>> Read full article

 

Launch of the PSYCHOPATHOLOGICA CONFINIA journal (SIPE Official)

confinia psychopathologica


It is the continuation of Psychiatrica Confinia which was abandoned in 1980. It mainly covers art therapy and the psychopathology of expression. Its aim is to provide news and details about developments in art therapy, to help therapists and related disciplines to publish their studies ad thoughts, as well as to encourage collaboration.

The languages used in the journal are English, French and German,

It is available both in a printed version and online.

You can subscribe to it for between 19 and 39 euros per year to This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it

You can also submit your research papers, reviews and case studies to This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it , in “Call of papers” (web www.sipeconfinia.com)

You can download the first issue free of charge.

István Hárdi, Jean-Pierrel Martineau, Zoltán Vass (Éditeurs)


Contents:


I. Hárdi: Preface
I. Jakab: Comments to the launching of the new journal, Confinia Psychopathologica
M. Schuster: Grußwort für die Confinia Psychopathologica


Original papers
G. Roux: Opicinus de Canistris: Yesterday and today
D. Waller: Art therapy and children: A review of past and current practice
M. Schuster: Kann man bildnerische Kreativität messen?
R. F. Földi: Analysis of hyperactive children’s projective drawings
J. Alvernaz-Nagy: The MetanoiaMentoring™ method. Integrative therapy and coaching with colors
J.-M. Barthélémy: A la pathographie à l’approche phénoméno-structurale en psychopathologie et psychologie de l’expression


Announcements
Iconologia psychopatologica: From photography to the dynamic examination of drawing (Hommage à István Hárdi)


Conferences, exhibitions, trainings

   

Vie de la Société


REMEMBERING IRENE JAKAB (1919-2011)

“The 18 of June this year Irene Jakab left us. Everybody knew her as one of the founders of our Society, an industrious participant, speaker of the SIPE conferences and an enthusiastic fighter for the field of psychopathology of expression.

Irene Jakab was born on 15 of July, 1919 in Nagyvárad (now Oradea Mare – Romania), attending the schools there. She obtained her medical diploma in Transylvania, Kolozsvár (now: Cluj) beginning her medical career at Neurological and Psychiatric University Clinic there beside Professor István Környey. After the Second World War, the Clinic moved from Transylvania to Pécs, Hungary. In the mean time she graduated from philosophy-psychology “cum laude”, and in 1948 she obtained her M.A. from psychology and pedagogy with “summa cum laude.” Having conflicts with the communist regime she left Hungary for Switzerland and later for Paris. Her medical career abroad started at the Harvard University Boston in the USA in 1966. After completing her studies at the Menninger School of Psychiatry, she moved to Pittsburgh where, for the first one in the United States, she developed the John Merck Program for mentally retarded psychotic children. She was an active professor at the Pittsburgh University until 1992. Having retired, she returned to Harvard Boston teaching psychiatry, and became the consultant of the Mclean Teaching Hospital.

From her very rich scientific achievement I selected some most significant ones. Her Pittsburgh activity is reflected by a book “Mental Retardation” (Karger, Basel 1982). She edited and wrote valuable chapters on differential diagnostics and organizational aspects of the subject.

However, her main field of interest and activity was the psychopathology of visual expression as it was discussed in her book “Drawings and Paintings of Mental Patients” published in German and French (Akadémiai Kiadó, Budapest 1956). Its revised and enlarged version was re-edited and published as “Pictorial Expression in Psychiatry”( Akadémiai Kiadó, Budapest 1998) in Hungarian and English. The text is based on the collection of Professor Camillo Reuter from the Pécs University Psychiatric Clinic. The material of the collection was made by patients of the Clinic treated from 1920 until 1959. The thought-provoking and expressive pictures reflect the hospital atmosphere and conditions, the therapy and patients’ attitude of the age. She discussed the change of style f.i. when patients ameliorating from abstract style change to realistic one. The book dealt with the manifested and latent, symbolic and compositional aspects of the pictures. In the new edition, among many new details there is a 30-year follow up study of a schizophrenic, whose talent developed in the course of the treatment, becoming later an artist. This book of Irene Jakab became a classic of the field cited often beside Prinzhorn, Volmat and other pioneers of psychopathology of expression.

She wrote a very interesting paper and made an impressive film on “Imaginary Dwellings” (1971) showing the special buildings built by mental patients. She introduced us to the peculiar towers of Simon Rhodia in Los Angels, built in the course of 35 years. Another significant building she studied was made of broken discs and glass pieces by a French schizophrenic next to Chartres.

Besides being one of the founders (1959), and later Vice President of SIPE, she founded and became the president of the American Society of Psychopathology of Expression and Art Therapy, ASPE in 1964. As an organizer and editor, she did a lot for the development of psychopathology of visual expression. She organized the Congresses of the American Society and edited and published their texts. The editor of SIPE’s official organ “Confinia Psychiatrica” is active till its end. The four volumes of Karger’s books containing valuable papers on various aspects of art and psychopathology, of art therapy are also the results of her enthusiastic editorial activity.

She always came and spoke at the six Hungarian SIPE Colloquia. She remained faithful to Pécs and its University Psychiatric Clinic visiting it always when in Hungary. Though she spoke many languages, in spite of her long stay abroad, she conserved her Hungarian perfectly.

Irene Jakab was acknowledged worldwide. This honour was expressed by the awards she got, that of SIPE, and the Benjamin Rush award of the American Psychiatric Society, receiving it for the work she did for the brain damaged, mentally and emotionally disturbed children.

Irene Jakab was active till the end of her life planning an International Congress in 2012. I hope not to exaggerate by stating that Irene Jakab devoted her life to science and was active in the field during her whole life.”

Dr István Hárdi (Budapest)

   

Annonces

WPA Art and Psychatry Section-elections

The nomination period for positions in the Section Committee for the triennium ending with the XVI World Congress of Psychiatry in Madrid, Spain in 2014, has now expired. The only nominations we have received for Section officers were as follows:
Chair: Hans-Otto Thomashoff (Austria)
Co-Chair: Alexander Kopytin (Russia)
Scientific Secretary: Ekaterina Sukhanova (USA)

At-Large Committee members:
Vlasta Meden (Slovenia)
Diana Waller (UK)
As always, we very much welcome every member's suggestions for future Section activities, meeting, publications, and fundraising opportunities. IF you have any updates that you would like to see included in the Section Webpage, please forward them to us as well:
http://www.wpanet.org/detail.php?section_id=11&content_id=444

NEXT INTERNATIONAL SIPE CONGRESS:

Toulouse (France), 13-15 September 2012

« AMOURS, DÉSAMOURS… »

After Lisbon, Athens, Liège, Kyoto…, Toulouse, capital of Occitania, the crossroads between cultures between two seas and on Europe’s north south route, is proud to organise the 20th SIPE-AT World Congress (International Psychopathology of Expression & Art-Therapy Society) on 13, 14 and 15 September 2012 at the Faculty of Medicine Toulouse Rangueil (University of Toulouse 3).

Every three years, we bring together clinicians, researchers, trainers, specialists, enlightened enthusiasts and laymen from the world of the arts, medicine, clinical psychopathology and art therapies based on a cross-disciplinary subject.

In the present declaration: “Amours, désamours…”, you can hear the effect of the far echo of Courtly Love which in Toulouse in the 12th and 13th centuries exerted its influence. Hear the joy of love and also its misfortunes, because the arts, the life of an artist like the clinic of the soul’s sufferings, teach us the plural of love and misfortunes, their ungovernable variations and their suspense; the dynamics of impulses, identifications, projections and work symbolising to evoke a truth by painful or joyful creation; the stakes of choosing to belong to schools or movements of thought which invent and pass on art therapies.

Other items may also lead you to either submit a paper or come and share the experience of those who, through their structured expression, show that it is still possible to cross love and misfortunes.

To register for the congress (1 lunch included):

  • SIPE member = 100 euros
  • student, intern, DES on proof = 60 euros
  • Other participant- 150 euros

 

 

The next General Ordinary Meeting of S.I.P.E. will be held during the Congress.

Absent active members who have duly paid their annual subscription and wishing to participate in the vote can send a proxy to the Chairman or any active member attending the General Meeting.

 

 

TOULOUSE SIPE CONGRESS (13-15 September 2012)

REGISTRATION FORM

Please return (with your payment) to the Chairman : Pr.L.Schmitt.

Service de psychiatrie et de psychologie médicale, 170 avenue de Casselardit, TSA4003, 31509 Toulouse Cedex 9, France. Or to This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it

 Mr    Mrs   (Name, First name):

Profession:

Address:

E-mail:

Tel:

joins the SIPE Congress of Toulouse

by bank or post cheque made out to: «SIPE Congrès Toulouse»)

by international post-office order (sent to Pr Laurent Schmitt)

by credit transfer (Swift) to: Caisse d’Epargne de Midi-Pyrénées, France. Account: 13135 00080 08001453511 55. IBAN: FR76 1313 5000 8008 0014 5351 155. BIC: CEPAFRPP313.

 

or download it:  here or copy this link http://www.sipe-art-therapy.com/news_mai/bulletins.zip in your browser

   

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