Attention mental health professionals and enthusiasts!
We are excited to unveil the INTERNATIONAL JOINT EVENT
ALL TOGETHER FOR MENTAL HEALTH:
an immersive conference designed to spark conversations and inspire change in the realm of mental health.
Mental Health Association of South-Eastern Europe, Societatea Psihiatrilor, Narcologilor, Psihoterapeuților și Psihologilor Clinicieni din Republica Moldova, and EUPHA – Public Mental Health Section join forces to offer you the biggest event of the year in mental health in the Eastern Europe:
The TRILOGOS Foundation is very gratefull to announce that they will take place in this International Conference as a part of the official program again.
Sunday, 15th of October, 2023
09.00 am -10.45 am
Assoc. Prof. Michael Noah Weiss of the University of South-Eastern Norway.
He has a PhD in philosophy of science and received the Trilogos Diploma in 2012 and is a member of the advisory board of the Trilogos Foundation.
Embedded within the conference theme of "ALL TOGETHER FOR MENTAL HEALTH: TRAUMA AND ITS PRICES FOR HUMANITY," this workshop introduces the transformative Trilogos Method as a form of mental training.
Originating from the Human Potential Movement (HPM) and developed by the pedagogue Linda Vera Roethlisberger, this methodology addresses emotional, rational, and spiritual dimensions. The overall purpose of this approach is personal as well as professional growth. By means of two guided imageries, participants of this workshop can experience this methodology and develop ideas and steps of action for innovations in their respective practices as health professional as well as in their everyday life.
The second Trilogos contribution will be the presentation with the title:
Sunday, 15th of October, 2023
11.15 am -12.00 am
Assoc. Prof. Dr. Michael Noah Weiss (presenting author), Prof. Guro Hansen Helskog, Assoc. Prof. Camilla Angeltun, Shari Bloom MPhil – University of South-Eastern Norway
Research and developmental work constitute a fundamental facet of academia and professional practices. Nonetheless, conceiving pioneering concepts can pose a challenge. For innovative ideas do not simply come to mind – or do they? This presentation details an experiment on mental training wherein four scholars from the University of South-Eastern Norway, embarked on a series of seven guided imageries based in the Trilogos Method. The scholars convened biweekly for virtual sessions spanning four months, during which they collectively engaged in the exploration and contemplation of their individual imagery encounters. The crux of their introspection centered on discerning insights germane to their research and developmental work. Evidently, their findings underscore that the notion of intuitive innovation was not a mere title for their experiment but rather evolved into a lived praxis within their profession.
Mark your calendars for 12 – 15 October 2023 and join us as we delve into crucial topics, share cutting-edge research, and provide practical tools for fostering mental resilience.
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