The 8th Frances Tustin International Conference

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[info_box image=”965″ title=”About The 8th Frances Tustin International Conference” excerpt=”see more about our Conference” text=”The Conference “Enlivening Autistic Withdrawals – a psychoanalytic perspective“ is organised by the Polish Society for Psychoanalytic Psychotherapy together with the Frances Tustin Memorial Trust.
We would like this event to be an opportunity to exchange ideas and experiences among a wide psychotherapeutic environment, as well as with those involved in helping and working with autism.
This will be an opportunity to learn about the psychoanalytic understanding of autism and what the autistic state of mind is. The starting point will be the theory of Frances Tustin, and experiences will be shared by psychoanalysts from around the world who work with both adults and children.” icon=”info-circle” customlink=”|||”]
[info_box image=”622″ title=”About PTTP” excerpt=”The psychoanalytical community in Poland in the 90s…” text=”The psychoanalytical community in Poland in the 90s was centered around various analytical societies and centers in Warsaw, the Tri-City and Cracow (the Polish Psychoanalytical Society, the Institute of Psychoanalysis and Psychotherapy, the Institute of Group Analysis Rasztow, the Laboratory of Psychoeducation; the Tri-City Center of Psychoanalytic Psychotherapy, and the Cracow School. At the same time, i.e. in 1991, the British psychiatrist and psychoanalyst Brian Martindale founded the European Federation of Psychoanalytic Psychotherapy in the Public Sector (EFPP). Analytical therapists from Poland began to be interested in joining the Federation. Membership in the EFPP was sought by the Cracow community, and Polish psychoanalysts – Jan Malewski and Wojciech Hańbowski – recommended the Institute of Psychoanalysis and Psychotherapy of Katarzyna Walewska to EFPP. It became increasingly obvious that no single analytical organization in Poland could become a representative of the whole community. In 2002, a working group was established with the goal of creating the Polish branch of EFPP. During its long period of operation, the group’s members were: Władysław Banaś, Halina Pułaska-Borowicz, Danuta Golec, Krzysztof Jusiński, Anna Mikos, Maciej Musiał, Agnieszka Myśliwiec-Ferduła, Iwona Nidecka, Ewa Paszkiewicz, Athanasia Perdiki-Tomkowicz, Olga Pilinow, Dorota Sierpińska, Anna Szypusińska and Marzena Witkowska.

The Polish Psychoanalytical Psychotherapy Association (PTPP) was established at the founding meeting of the Institute of Psychiatry and Neurology in Warsaw on February 16, 2003, and officially registered on August 29, 2003. In the Council and the Management Board there were people representing various communities, so that the society could be a joint one. PTPP integrates the analytical community from the beginning. It is open to a variety of analytical approaches. It searches for its own formula, creating its own identity. It provides access to good quality training, including at the post-graduate level. It helps to build and maintain a sense of professional identity. It gives a sense of belonging and community, cares for the interests of therapists and for an ethical attitude towards each other and towards patients. It promotes a psychoanalytical approach. The society has become an important partner for other therapeutic organizations, including analytical, health care and various public institutions.

Currently, PTPP is a member of the European Federation of Psychoanalytical Psychotherapy (EFPP). It has its delegates in the Adult Psychotherapy Section and the Child and Youth Psychotherapy Section.

The society has 460 members. The criteria for obtaining full membership of PTPP (PTPP certificate) are in accordance with EFPP’s international training standards.” icon=”question-circle”]

What is the Frances Tustin Memorial Trust?

The Frances Tustin Memorial Trust (http://www.frances-tustin-autism.org/) was established in Los Angeles, California in 1995, dedicated to the teaching, expansion and extension of Frances Tustin’s seminal work on the understanding and treatment of autistic spectrum disorders in children, adolescents and adults, as well as the treatment of autistic states in individuals of all ages.
Toward this goal, international conferences have been held in various places in the world and each year the Trust presents The Frances Tustin Memorial Prize and Lecture, now co-sponsored by The Program of Psychotherapy, Sackler Faculty of Medicine, Tel Aviv University. Each year the Trust awards a cash prize of $1,000 to the author of an outstanding clinical paper, influenced by or expanding Frances Tustin’s thinking, on the psychoanalytic treatment of primitive mental states in general and autistic states, in particular, in children, adolescents or adults.
The Prize-winning author is invited to present his paper at The Frances Tustin Memorial Lecture held each year in Tel Aviv, Israel during November to commemorate the anniversary of Frances Tustin’s death on November 10, 1994. The next Frances Tustin Memorial Lecture will take place at Tel Aviv University, on Friday, November the 5th, 2021. Papers can be submitted until April 1st, each year, to shalin@zahav.net.il

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On Thursday, June 23th, 2022 and on Sunday, June 26th, 2021, various touristic activities and tours will be organized.

See details in the registration form.

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Our e-mail address is: autismconference20@gmail.com

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Conference will take place in Novotel Hotel Centrum, Warsaw

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