Program

10:00Introduction
Sabine C. Herpertz (Heidelberg)

Section I

Phenomenological and Enactivist Dimensions of Emotions
10:15Matthew Ratcliffe (York, GB)
Grief, Psychiatric Illness, and the Interpersonal Dimensions of Emotion Regulation
11:00Natalie Depraz (Rouen, France)
How could I learn to live with no emotion? A phenomenological approach to pathological socio-political contemporary phenomena
12:00Coffee Break
12:15Hanne De Jaegher (San Sebastián, Spain)
Loving-not an emotion. An engaged epistemology for psychopathology and psychotherapy
13:00Lunch
14:30Stefano Micali (Leuven, Belgium)
Between Terror and Anxiety. A Phenomenological Account of Traumatic Experience
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16:00Coffee Break
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17:00Jan Slaby (Berlin, Germany)
Affective Arrangements: A Modest Proposal for Psychotherapy

Evening
Lecture

Old Lecture Hall, Old University, University Square
19:00Eva Illouz (Jerusalem, Israel)
Manufacturing happiness and the saving of the modern soul in psychotherapy


Section II

Psychopathology of Emotions
09:00Alice Holzhey-Kunz (Zurich, Switzerland)
The emotional truth in psychopathological symptoms
09:45Thomas Fuchs (Heidelberg, Germany)
Interaffectivity and its Disturbances in Psychopathology
10:30Coffee Break
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12:30Lunch
14:30René Rosfort (Copenhagen, Denmark)
The Autonomy of Suffering: Emotion, Responsibility, and Mental Illness

Section III

Emotions in Psychopathology and Psychotherapy
15:15Borut Skodlar (Ljubljana, Slovenia)
Unattached emotions, transformative experiences and psychotherapy in schizophrenia
16:00Coffee Break
16:30Mario Rossi Monti (Urbino, Italy)
Borderland: Towards a Phenomenology of a Clinician’s Emotions
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18:30Conference Dinner
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09:00Giovanni Stanghellini (Chieti, Italy)
Dysphoria: a desperate vitality
09:45 Coffee Break
10:15Philippe Cabestan, (Paris, France)
Pity, Empathy, Sympathy: What is the Possible Basis of a Therapeutic Relationship?
12:00Final Discussion
12:30Conclusion