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6th International expert-meeting on the clinical approaches of exceptional experiences

Clinical approaches to exceptional experiences 

Friday 13 May – 12.00 – 17.30

Saturday 14 May – 08.30 – 17.00

BPS London office:  30 Tabernacle Street, London, EC2A 4UE

 

Programme

Friday 13 May

12.00

Arrival 

*Tea and coffee available. Lunch not provided

13.00 

1. Erica Brostoff and Renaud Evrard:  Ignoring Exceptional Experiences

Thomas Rabeyron: When the truth is out there: Counselling people who report anomalous experiences

2. Wolfgang Fach: Relationships between patterns of exceptional experiences (ExE) and bonding styles of clients. A new approach to clinical parapsychology.

3. Chris Roe: A question of survival: Mediumistic phenomena and mental health

4. Janine de Peyer:  Therapeutic Gifts from the Uncanny: Portals to Imaginative Play

17.30

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Saturday 14 May 

08.30

Arrival

09.00

1. Annette de Zvickel: The counselling approach of IGPP and its application in clinical practice.

Case study of a client reporting exceptional experiences (ExE)

2. Renaud Evrard and Marianne Dollander: Function of xenoglossy in a severely traumatised woman

3. Jacqui Dillon: Hearing Voices and Metaphor

 

 

Lunch

 

4. Erika Pratte: Five case studies of life post-NDE (near death experience) Examined by Interpretative Phenomenological Analysis

5. Angeliki Yiassemides: Hans Bender in conversation with Carl Jung: Participation mystique and its implications for our understanding of consciousness and temporality

6. Samuel Caussie: People like me – about the community needs of subjects living anomalous experiences

7. Louise Spiers: “They would think I had some sort of mental illness”.  An IPA study of anomalous experiences in two mediums with epilepsy

17.30

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