Registration fees for the Congress
|Individuel Adhérent||280,00 €|
|Individuel Non Adhérent||300,00 €|
|Trois personnes||600,00 €|
|Formation Continue||450,00 €|
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Clinical work with couples and families comes up against issues relating to History (social, cultural and political) and individual histories. The conference will reflect on ways that technique varies according to clinicians’ theoretical and cultural influences. Clinical technique can emphasize historical reconstruction, or there can be a greater emphasis on the ‘here and now’ as an elucidation of the history as lived out in the present.
We will examine the nature of trauma transmitted intergenerationally, and the unconscious phantasies that inform the multiple narratives of the family romance. Traumatic experience is often carried silently within the couple and family links, sometimes escaping conscious understanding and expressed behaviourally rather than voiced in relation to the other or others. Transformation within couples and families depends upon the construction of a new and meaningful, historical understanding, rather than the discovery of a correct or actual biographical history. The intersubjective space between the couple and the analytic therapist affords a therapeutic opportunity for novel cultural forms to be borne and discovered within the intimacy of the couple and family.
The analyst’s internal stance should enable him/her to avoid developing a defensive linear understanding, and support the elaboration of a new history that integrates the couple and family’s past with their present and future.
The distress within couples and families can partially be understood as arising from a resistance to sustain a position of negative capability, so germane to their ultimate growth, creativity, and evolution.
The 2018 IACFP Congress will invite clinical contributions that employ psychoanalytic observation and an in-‐depth study of transference and countertransference, and that give us the opportunity to study the convergences and divergences of contemporary psychoanalytic technique with couples and families.
Read also the arguments
History in the world
- The History of the Family in the course of History (social, cultural and political)
- The place of the family in the History of the psychoanalytic movement
- The impact of History on family and couple relationships and links
- The place of belief in families and couples
- The effects of globalisation on couple and family relationships and links
The therapeutic process in family and couple psychoanalysis
- The narrative of the family history
- The couple’s history as fiction
- The junction of temporal dimensions: past, present and future
- Migrant families and transmission: therapeutic work
- Loss and trauma in clinical work with couples and families
- New forms of parental set ups: blended families, same sex parenting, adoption
The work of the analyst: technical differences
- The “superimposed worlds” of the analyst, the family and the couple
- The different ways of listening of analysts during couple and family sessions
- Interpretation in couple and family psychoanalysis
- Research methods in couple and family psychoanalysis
Adress & Hotels
UNIVERSITÉ CATHOLIQUE DE LYON
Campus St Paul
10 places des Archives
We are happy to say that the following hotels have agreed to give a discount to Congress participants: AXOTEL LYON PERRACHE and HOTEL CHARLEMAGNE.
Reservations must be made by July 15th 2018 , either:
- online : after stating the dates of your stay, please write AIPCF in the space named Code PROMO
- or by phone, quoting AIPCF as a reference.
HOTEL AXOTEL LYON PERRACHE (daily rate per room, including breakfast and local tax):
Single room COMFORT 66 euro
Double room COMFORT 76 euro
Address: 12 rue Marc Antoine Petit – 69002 Lyon
Telephone : 00 33 (0)4 72 77 70 70 and confirm by email: firstname.lastname@example.org
HOTEL CHARLEMAGNE (daily rate per room, including breakfast and local tax):
Single room SUPERIOR 89 euro
Double room or with two single beds 102 euros
Address: 23 Cours Charlemagne – 69002 Lyon
Telephone: 00 33 (0)4 72 77 70 00 and confirm by email: email@example.com
Résidence et Hôtels – proche UCLy
|Nom||Etoile||Adresse||Nb Chbs||Idée tarif||Site internet|
|Hôtel IBIS Budget
04 78 37 93 29
|2*||24 Quai Perrache
69002 – Lyon
|84||Hôtel Ibis Budget Confluence|
04 78 37 39 03
|2*||37 Cours de Verdun Récamier
|Hôtel de la Loire 04 78 37 44 29||2*||19 Cours de Verdun Gensoul
|34/RC,1 et 2||Hôtel de la Loire|
04 78 37 10 44
|2*||64 rue Victor Hugo 69002||34/5nvx||Hôtel Azur|
|Hôtel du Simplon 04 78 37 41 00||2*||11 rue Duhamel
|37||Hôtel du Simplon|
04 78 42 30 31
|3*||12 Cours Charlemagne
69002 – Lyon
|Hôtel IBIS Styles
04 78 37 16 64
|3*||24 – 26 Quai Perrache
69002 – Lyon
|95||Hôtel Ibis Styles Confluence|
|Hôtel AXOTEL Lyon-Perrache
04 72 77 70 70
|3*||12 rue Marc-Antoine Petit 69002 – Lyon||130||Hôtel AXOTEL|
|Hôtel Charlemagne Best Western
04 72 77 70 00
|4*||23 Cours Charlemagne
69002 – Lyon
|Quality Suites Lyon Confluence 04 37 23 16 04||4*||50 Cours Charlemagne
|103 studios||Quality Suites Lyon Confluence|
Work Programme of the 2018 Congress IACFP
The congress structure will consist of plenary sessions, round tables and discussion groups.
Each day, a person will be responsible for the “timing” of the day to be strictly respected for each of the speakers
1. Multilingual Plenary Sessions
The plenary sessions 2 (of 26/07), 5 and 6 (of 28/07) will have a duration of 1:30.
The plenary sessions 1, 3, 4 (26-27-28 / 08) will have a duration of 2H15 because the conferences will be preceded by a time dedicated to the opening of the Congress (the 26/07) and a time dedicated to the restitution of conclusions found in the discussion groups (27 and 28/07).
Three 20-minute lectures followed by three 10-minute talks will take place during the five plenary sessions of the congress. There will be three rapporteurs per plenary and a President.
Plenary 1 will have two conferences and two rapporteurs
Plenary 2 will have two conferences and one rapporteur
That is to say, 36 speakers in the 6 multilingual plenary sessions, with simultaneous translation all day long.
2. Bilingual round tables
There will be 11 bilingual round tables per day, with two speakers, two rapporteurs and a President.
All lectures will be read in one of the three official languages of IACFP. The version in the other language will be projected on screen. During the discussion, we will benefit from the help of a translator.
The duration of each round table will be 90 minutes. Each speaker will have 45 minutes, including 15 minutes of presentation and 30 minutes of discussion per intervention.
The complete work, which will be projected on the screen, will be 2500 words.
Conferences will be held in small rooms (with an audience of 15 to 25 people).
That is 195 speakers in total for the 33 round tables.
3. Multilingual newsgroups
The ten discussion groups will take place on Thursday 27/07 and Friday 28/07 from 14:30 to 15:45. Participants must register in advance and will not be allowed to change multilingual groups.
Two group coordinators will regulate the work of each group; they will state the instructions of work and will guarantee the setting. One of them will be responsible for summarizing the content and the dynamics of the exchanges.
The purpose of these groups will be to create a discussion in order to bring up the issues raised by morning plenary sessions and roundtables.
The general coordinator and the team of animators will meet in post-group to gather all the emerging dynamic and thematic conclusions of each group. This summary will be returned to plenary the next morning.
During the last plenary session, the team of animators will act as observers.
All the conclusions will be published on our site, after the conference and will be accessible to all participants.
Working Plan of the Congress 2018
The structure of the congress will comprised of plenary sessions, roundtables and discussion groups. Each day, somone will be responsible for the timekeeping of the day.
Every plenary will have three conferences, three discussants and a president for a total of 42 participants.
There will be three bilingual presentations, two discussants and a president for a total of 155 presentaions.
The ten discussion groups will take place on Thursday and Saturday from 2:30 pm till 3:30 pm. The participants have to inscribe themselves beforehand and will have to stay in the same groups. The groups will have to be multilingual.
Two organizers will be responsible and will regulate the group work. They will collect all questions written down (deposited) by the participants to make a synthesis. From this synthesis, they will introduce a single question which will be announced at the beginning of the session.
One of the organizers will synopsize in note form contents of the exchanges. From 3:30 pm till 4:00 pm, the teams of organizers will meet to decide on a general synthesis of the various discussion groups.
The general coordinator and the team of organizers will meet in post-group to gather the set of emergent dynamics and thematics. These will be desseminated to the large group the following day between 8:45 am and 9 am. In final plenary, the team will make an observational analysis of the large group. The result of this work will be published post-congress and accessible to all the participants.
Instructions for the President
The president has to present a short CV of every speaker and discussant.
He will invite the public to write down questions on the paper in the envelope of files planned for that purpose.
He also will ask a question to the speaker.
Instructions for Discussants
The discussant has time to start the discussion which will not exceed five minutes to ask a question to the speaker.
Rights of the Image and of the Vocal Recording
All speakers and participants must have signed documents authorizing the organization to use and to record vocal and visual data.