1st Arts and Therapies World Congress

THE 1ST ART THERAPY WORLD CONGRESS IS PROFESSIONALLY SUPPORTED BY:


  • MINISTRY OF EDUCATION
  • MINISTRY OF PUBLIC HEALTH, SOCIAL AND FAMILY AFFAIRS
  • MINISTRY OF CULTURAL HERITAGE
  • NATIONAL CULTURAL FOUND (OF HUNGARY)
  • NATIONAL HEALTH ASSOCIATION
  • HUNGARIAN PSYCHIATRIST SOCIETY
  • UNIVERSITY OF KAPOSVÁR
  • PÁZMÁNY PÉTER CATHOLIC UNIVERSITY DEPARTMENT OF HUMAN SCIENCES, FACULTY OF CONTINUATIVE EDUCATION
  • HUNGARIAN ART THERAPY ASSOCIATION

 

 

THE 1ST ART THERAPY WORLD CONGRESS IS SPONSORED BY:


  • ASTRAZENECA
  • WYETH WHITEHALL HUNGARY LTD.
  • PARK HOTEL FLAMENCO
  • BUDAPEST SPRING FESTIVAL
  • ILLYÉS PUBLIC FUNDS
  • MINISTRY OF CULTURAL HERITAGE
  • NATIONAL CULTURAL FOUND (OF HUNGARY)
  • MINISTRY OF EDUCATION
  • MINISTRY OF PUBLIC HEALTH, SOCIAL AND FAMILY AFFAIRS

 

 

MEDIA SUPPORTER:


  • HUNGARIAN NATIONAL RADIO

 

 

PATRONS


Katalin SZILI Dr., president of the Parliament

Szilveszter E. VIZI Dr., president of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences

 

 

SCIENTIFIC COMMITTEE


Mihály ARATÓ Dr. professor at Eötvös Loránd University of Science

Éva BARTOS Dr., librarian, head of continuative education department at the "Széchenyi"
National Library

Nóra CSISZÉR Dr., psychiatrist, psychotherapist, head of Center for Crisis-Intervention and Psychiatry at Péterfy Sándor Hospital

János HARMATTA Dr., psychiatrist, psychotherapist, head of Center for Psychotherapy at the National Institute of Psychiatry and Neurology

Erzsébet HÁSZ Dr., historian of literature, writer, biblio-, music and art therapist, theologian

Ildikó HRUBOS Dr., sociologist, professor at the University of Economics, Department of Sociology

István JELENITS Dr., O.S.ch.P, professor at Pázmány Péter Catholic University, head of aesthetic department

Márton KALÁSZ, president of the Hungarian Writers' Association

Katalin KONDOR, reporter, president of the Hungarian National Radio

Zsuzsanna KULCSÁR Dr., psychologist, professor at Eötvös Loránd University of Science, Faculty of Arts, Department of Personality and Health-Psychology

Sándor LEITNER Dr., deputy lector at University of Kaposvár

Erzsébet MOUSSONG - KOVÁCS Dr., professor emeritus, Semmelweis University, Department of Neurovascuralis, Psychiatry Group

Attila NAGY Dr., psychologist, sociologist, reading researcher, counsellor of the "Széchenyi" National Library

Béla POMOGÁTS Dr., president of the Illyés Public Foundation

Tamás VÁSÁRY, conductor

 

 

LOCAL ORGANISING COMMITTEE


Erzsébet HÁSZ Dr., Secretary General of the Scientific Committee, Chairwoman of the Hungarian Art Therapy Association

Tamás KÖVES, director of Meeting Budapest Organizer Ltd.

 

 

Book of Abstracts

Eloadás vázlatok

 

 


CONFERENCE PROGRAM


 

SUNDAY, 30, MARCH 2003
BUDAPEST CONVENTION CENTRE

 

AULA
17.30-
18.30
Opening Ceremony of the "Tamás Péli exhibition"
opened by Dr. Katalin Szili, president of the Parliament
PÁTRIA HALL
19.30
Concert of the BBC Symphony Orchestra
Eötvös: zeroPoints - Hungarian première
Eötvös: Jet Stream (for trumpet and orchestra) - Hungarian première
Debussy: Jeux
Debussy: La Mer
Conductor: Peter Eötvös
With: Markus Stockhausen / trumpet

 

 


SCIENTIFIC PROGRAM


 

MONDAY, 31. MARCH 2003
BUDAPEST CONVENTION CENTRE

 

BARTÓK ROOM

9.00
OPENING CEREMONY
9.45
Break

 

BARTÓK ROOM
OPENING PRESENTATIONS

10.00
Joseph Moreno (United States of America):
Ancient Roots and Modern Applications: The Creative Arts Therapies in World Culture
11.30
12.30
13.00
Break

 

BARTÓK ROOM
SESSION I


ART THERAPIES

14.30
Marzia Menzani, Roberto Boccalon, Maria Belfiore, Gabriella Castagnoli, Pier Luigi Garotti, Pio Enrico Ricci Bitti, Sonia Zanotti (Italy):
Art Therapies and their Depictions: A Research in the NHS in Italy
15.00
Miriam Roskin Berger (United States of America):
Aesthetic and Cultural Roots of the Creative Arts Therapies
16.00
16.30
Vladimir Nikitin (Russia):
Plastic-Cognitive Method in Art-Therapy
17.00
17.30
Zoltán Peto (Hungary):
Folk Art and Medical Rehabilitation

 

LEHÁR ROOM
SESSION II


ART THERAPIES

10.00
Mátyás Trixler (Hungary):
From Psychopathology of Expression to Art Therapy and Art Psychotherapy
10.30
Doris Holzknecht-Holzhacker, Christian Holzknecht (Austria):
Art Exchange. Pictures have a Purpose, Not a Meaning (Bettina Egger)
11.00
David Gussak (United States of America):
Making Sense of the Work of the Art Therapist
11.30
12.00
Break

MUSIC THERAPIES
14.30
15.00
15.30
Patey Tyler Helen (United Kingdom):
Music Therapy: from Myth to Modern Medicine
16.00
Giulia Cremaschi Trovesi, Mauro Scardovelli (Italy):
Humanistic Music Therapy
16.30
17.00
17.30
Csaba László Danczi (Hungary):
Musical Space Revisited
18.00

 

LISZT ROOM
SESSION III


MOVEMENT AND DANCE THERAPIES

10.00
Mária Mesterházy (Hungary):
A New Movement Therapy Based on Bothmer-Gymnastics® for Blind People and the Visually Impaired People
10.30
11.00
11.30
12.00
13.00
Break

BIBLIO THERAPIES
14.30
15.00
15.30
16.00
Lajos Sándor Szigeti (Hungary):
Cross Poetry (Modern Calligrams)
16.30
17.00
17.30

 

BIZET ROOM
WORKSHOP I


BIBLIO THERAPIES

10.00
Ildikó Török Gödéné (Hungary):
The Therapeutic Potential of the Fairy Tale

COMPLEX THERAPIES
10.30
11.00
Judit Békés, Edit Bieliczky, Simon Csorba, Zsuzsanna Mihalik (Hungary):
Art Therapy and Comprehensive Care of Epileptic Patients
11.30
12.00
Miroslav Prstaeic (Croatia):
Art and Creative Therapy
13.00
Break
14.30
15.00
Éva Fórizs, András Bartók, Abdallah Shadad, Éva Permay, Tímea Sófalvi (Hungary):
Central Modell OUtpatient Care Center TÁMASZ (Support) Complex Art Therapy Program
16.00
16.30
Csilla Bene, Gábor Cséffalvay (Hungary):
"The Artist's Way"
17.00
Tibor Mezo (Hungary):
Musical Bibliotherapy
17.30
18.00

 

BRAHMS ROOM
WORKSHOP II


ART THERAPIES

10.00
Jennifer Burton Liang (Canada):
Art Therapy in the Treatment of Eating Disorders
10.30
11.00
Patricia H. Grajkowski (United States of America):
Journey to Wholeness: A Cognitive Art Therapy Approach to Trauma
11.30
12.00
12.30
Break
14.30
15.00
Daphna Markman Zinemanas, Vardit Gvuli Margalit (Israel):
Interactions in Art Projects as a Major Tool in the Therapeutic Process
16.00
16.30
17.00
17.30

 

TUESDAY, 01. APRIL 2003
BUDAPEST CONVENTION CENTRE

 

BARTÓK ROOM
SESSION I


THEORIES

9.00
Noa Revesz-Shenhav (Israel):
Diagnosis and Definition - Painting and Drawing* Characteristics of Borderline Personality Disorder
10.00
10.30
Coffee break
11.00

ART THERAPIES
11.30
István Magyari?Beck (Hungary):
Spontaneous Therapy

MUSIC THERAPIES
12.00
Marcello Camelengo - Anna Maria Ferrone (Italy):
Project of Scholastic Integration in Music Therapy Ambit
12.30
Break
14.30
Joseph Moreno (United States of America):
Extraordinary People: The Mystery of the Musical Savant Syndrome
(no paper available)
15.00
Klára Kokas (Hungary):
Joy Through the Magic of Music

BIBLIO THERAPIES
16.00
Erzsébet Hász (Hungary):
Theoretical Principles of Bibliotherapy
16.30

MOVEMENT AND DANCE THERAPIES
17.00
17.30
18.00

 

LEHÁR ROOM
SESSION II


ART THERAPIES

9.00
Vivien Marcow-Speiser, Phillip Speiser (United States of America):
Using the Arts as Support for Cancer Patients
9.30
David Gussak (United State of America):
Drawing Time: Art Therapy in Prisons
10.00
Gábor Molnár (Hungary):
Homeless People's Artistic Pictures
10.30
Break
11.00
Maria-Eleni Charalambous, Dionysia Anagnostopoulou (Greece):
The Use of Colour In Art Therapy and Some Remarks on Coloured Genograms
11.30
12.00
12.30
Break
14.30
15.00
15.30
16.00
16.30
17.00
17.30
18.00
Ferenc Kemény, György Ghyczy (Hungary):
Juhos Károly's Art Therapy Rehabilitation at the Open Studio

 

LISZT ROOM
SESSION III


MUSIC THERAPIES

9.00
Ahmet Alaner Bülent, Gönül Kircaali-Iftar, Ayten Uysal, Yildiz Uzuner (Turkey):
A creative music Therapy Application on an Autistic Child
9.30
Nikolaus Buzási (Germany):
Music Therapy for 30 Years - Experiences
10.00
Ernestina Vizin Offenbacher, Slavica Vukasovic-Radulovic (Yugoslavia):
The Music Group of the Gerontology Center in Subotica - What is it About?
10.30
11.00
Raul Jaime Brabo, René Henrique Licht (Brazil):
Musical Hearing and Responses to Moral Dilemmas
11.30
Hélène Century (Canada):
EVA: A Case Study in Music Therapy
12.00
12.30
Break

COMPLEX THERAPIES

14.30
15.00
Ioannis Tarnanas, Dimitrios Adam (Greece):
Sonic Intelligence as Virtual Therapeutic Environment
15.30
Judit Harkácsi, Anikó Kocsis (Hungary):
Group Therapy for Children Using Complex Methods
16.00
Sabine Rosenberger Patzer (Germany):
An Introduction into "Guided Imagery and Music"
16.30
Dóra Varvasovszky (Hungary):
Music Improvisation an Easy Method
17.00
17.30
18.00
18.30
Mihály Arató, Simon Csorba (Hungary):
Runningarttherapy - Video

 

BIZET ROOM
WORKSHOP I


THEORIES

9.00
Attila Sasvári, Márta Merényi, Mária Simon, Tamás Tényi (Hungary):
Integrative Art-Therapy

THEATRE THEORIES

10.00
Madeleine Lions, Marie-Hélène Pottier (France):
Puppet Theatre and Art Therapy in France

CINEMA AND PHOTO THERAPIES

12.00
12.30
Break

MUSIC THERAPIES

14.30
15.00
15.30
András Tatár, Vera Peres, Eszter T. Laurencz, Csaba Kiss (Hungary):
Application of the Methods Conductive Pedagogy in Hippotherapy
(no paper available)
16.00
Anlenor Fiske (South Africa):
Dance/Movement Therapies
16.30
17.00
17.30
Adrienne Incze, Katalin Vermes (Hungary) :
Dance- And Movement Therapy Workshop

 

BRAHMS ROOM
WORKSHOP II


ART THERAPIES

9.00
Márta Varga (Hungary):
Therapeutical Effects of Arts in Education
9.30
10.00
Magdolna Gácser, Tímea Takács, Zsuzsanna Fierpasz (Hungary):
The Representation of Traumatisation from a Visual Psychotherapeutic Point of View
10.30
Esmina Avdibegovic, Mevludin Hasanovic (Bosnia Herzegovina):
Art Therapy in the Prevention of Schizophrenic Relapse - Case Report
11.00
11.30
12.00
12.30
Break

THEATRE THERAPIES

14.30
15.00
15.30
16.00
Jitman Vibranovski, Paulo César Correa Antunes (Brazil):
"Drugs!... What a Nightmare!"
17.30
Tihamér Bakó, Attila Donáth (Hungary):
Self-expressing Theatre Workshop

 

13.30 ? 14.30
AULA
POSTER SESSION

1.
Eszter T. Laurencz (Hungary):
Therapeutical Riding at the National Riding School
2.
3.
Nelli Balázs (Hungary):
With the Arts Together and Further
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
Anlenor Fiske (South Africa):
Marian Chase Comes Full Circle
9.
Kejklickova I.. Florian P., Volfová S., Stanícek P. (Czech Republic):
Complex Therapy of Balbuties
10.
11.
12.
Eszter Sarkadi (Hungary):
Ragashali Soul Dance Club
13.
Beáta Sebestyén, Katalin Markó (Hungary):
Group Therapy In Painting for Guided Music
14.
Zoltán Arany, Emoke Sarungi, István Fedor (Hungary):
Sailing Visual Psychotherapy with a Family
15.
Alexandra Stefanova Ivanova, N. Boiadjieva* (Bulgaria):
Art Therapeutic Practices with Orphan Children In Bulgaria
16.
17.
18.
Anna Ferencz, Anna Nogula (Hungary):
Problem Solving Through Cinematic Art Therapy
19.
20.
21.
Ayodele Raphael Jolomi (Nigeria):
What Is Art Therapy?

 

WEDNESDAY, 02. APRIL 2003
BUDAPEST CONVENTION CENTRE

 

BARTÓK ROOM
SESSION I


THEORIES

9.00
Michaela Frank (Germany):
Identities, Differences and Connections Multicultural Therapy (Mct)
9.30
10.00

COMPLEX THEORIES

10.30
11.00
Break

CINEMA AND PHOTO THERAPIES

11.30
András Stark (Hungary):
Bergman's Films in Psychoterapy
12.00
12.30
Break

THEATRE THERAPIES

14.00
Orsolya Drávucz (Hungary):
Toy-Theatre
14.30
15.00

 

LEHÁR ROOM
SESSION II


ART THERAPIES

9.00
Kerry Olin (USA):
In His Own Time: The Life Story of an Adolescent
9.30
10.00
Endre Béla Huff (Hungary):
Therapeutic Object Culture and Design
10.30
Klára Szekér Donácziné (Hungary):
Our Common Archetypal Symbols
11.00
Break
11.30
Joannes Késenne (Belgium):
Art as a Legal Way of Madness

COMPLEX THEORIES

12.00
Barna Andrásofszky (Hungary):
Art and healing

 

LISZT ROOM
SESSION III


CINEMA THERAPIES

9.00
József Máté (Hungary):
Search for New Methods of Education for Juveniles Under Arrest

THEATRE THERAPIES

9.30
10.00
András Vikár, Antal Bugán (Hungary):
The Hungarian School of Psychodram

 

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