Unlike the "parent school": a symposium on parent-child relations at IPU Berlin
SKUIPPI's IPU research project informs at a symposium on child psychotherapy from infant parents (ESCP) in hospital and outpatient settings. On November 15 and 16, 2019, concepts that will strengthen the sensitive design of the parent-child relationship will be presented. ESCP treatment methods represent a counter-proposal for the media-considered and controversial "Elternschule" documentary.
SKUIPPI's IPU research project informs at a symposium on child psychotherapy from infant parents (ESCP) in hospital and outpatient settings. On November 15 and 16, 2019, concepts that will strengthen the sensitive design of the parent-child relationship will be presented. Experienced ESCP therapists provide insight into the joint psychotherapy of parents and children and discuss therapeutic aids in eating problems, difficulty sleeping and sleeping, excessive screaming, defiance, and setting boundaries. The psychoanalytic attitude in working with parents and their children is further discussed and presented with a research project. ESCP treatment methods represent a counter-proposal for the media-considered and controversial "Elternschule" documentary.
Within the system of psychotherapy care and early assistance, infant infant psychotherapy is becoming increasingly important. However, supply offers do not always meet the quality standards that should be adhered to at this sensitive early stage. The event will contribute to the application of high standards for clinical facilities and for hospital and outpatient ESCIs. As understanding the relationship is specifically understood in the ECSC, the focus of the symposium.
Project "Evaluation of Parent-Infant and Toddler Psychotherapy" by Preventive and Interventional Studies (SKKIPPI) "led by Prof. Dr. Christiane Ludwig-Körner and Prof. Dr. Lars Kuchinke from IPU is an urgent topic: Up to 20% mothers in Germany are affected by the psychological burden of depression, anxiety and obsessive-compulsive disorder after childbearing. and Diako Flensburg investigates how often maternal / father mental stress occurs after the birth of a child and how effective the ESCP psychodynamic intervention is. largest psychotherapy efficacy projects in Germany.
Prof. Christiane Ludwig-Körner
Prof. Lars Kuchinke
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