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Psychology conference in Romania, supported by international personalities in the field

Romanian Association for Psychological Knowledge and Intervention, in partnership with “Andrei Saguna” university in Constanta organize, from June 8 to June 12, 2016, in Venus resort (Constanta), at the “Afrodita” Hotel, the International Conference called “From knowledge to intervention in Psychology”, which is meant to draw attention to the need of developing psychological prevention and intervention.

The scientific event will be held by some of the most famous psychologists in the world, including Bernadette Blin (France), Dr. Gilles Lecocq (France), Dr. Michael J. Stevens (USA) and Caterina Farkash Vidder (Israel ). Romanian personalities of the Psychology will also join the guests from abroad, such as: Mihai Anitei, PhD – President of the College of Psychologists in Romania; Irina Holdevici, PhD; Margareta Dinca, PhD; Odette Dimitriu, PhD; Doru-Vlad Popovici, PhD, etc.

The abovementioned scientific event will consist of 5 sections, in order to cover the entire field of intervention in Psychology, as follows: Psychology of Labor, Transportation and Services; Psychology for Defence, Public Order and National Security; Clinical Psychology and Psychotherapy; Educational Psychology, Educational and Vocational Counseling and Special Psycho-Pedagogy. The conference will focus on practical activities, all presentations consisting of workshops, and not exclusively theoretical presentations.

But who are the international personalities who will be present at the conference in Venus resort?

Bernadette Blin (photo) is a psychologist, psycho-therapist, supervisor and trainer. She is the founder of the Training institute for Transpersonal Psychotherapy in France and author of numerous articles and books on Transpersonal Psychotherapy. Bernadette Blin is also President of EUROTAS (European Association of Transpersonal Psychology) and Vice-President of Grett (Transpersonal French Association). The French psychologist will also check the stage of the organization of EUROTAS 2016 Conference (also held at Venus, in September, 2016), which will be the largest conference in Romania until now.

Gilles Lecocq is a PhD in Psychology, associate researcher at the Laboratory of Applied Psychology at the University of Reims Champagne Ardennes and Picardie Jules Verne University, EA 4298 and associate researcher at ED PSI-FE of the Catholic Institute of Paris. At the same time, Gilles Lecocq is a trainer in Human and Social Applied Science in Health, Education and Sport, as well as President of “Le Corps pour le Dire” Association and “Wellness & Empowerment” Research Manager.

Michael J. Stevens is a PhD in Psychology and professor emeritus at the State university of Illinois (USA). He was rewarded with numerous awards for outstanding achievements, including the award granted in 2011by the Psychology American Association, International Psychology Division; the award granted in 2009 by the State university of Illinois; the award granted in 2008 by Psi Chi International Honor Society in Psychology. In 2003, he was also granted Doctor Honor Causa of the “Lucian Blaga” University of Sibiu.

Caterina Farkash Vidder is a famous facilitator and therapist of Family constellations, psychotherapist in Body orientation, Therapy of regression in Israel. The psychologist is present in Romania for the fifth consecutive year due to requests coming from the psychologists’ Romanian community.

The conference is credited by the College of Psychologists in Romania. Those interested can register for the event on the official website of the Conference, www.gradarcip.ro.

 

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