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Dear Mr. an Mrs,

In a few days, the 18th International Attachment Conference will start in Ulm in 2019.
I would like to cordially invite you once again in person.

Also in 2019 you can expect exciting contributions with many speakers from home and abroad. As every year, I also present topics from my current work on various issues.

I am very much looking forward to your participation in this year's Attachment Conference and wish you and all those involved a successful outcome.

Your Prof. Dr. Karl-Heinz Brisch

Attachment theory brought to the point

At the start of the conference it is particularly important to me to give you an insight into the most important basics of attachment theory and to bring them to the point. The knowledge about these concepts can be helpful for all participants to better understand the lectures from clinics, research and prevention and to participate in the discussions.
Prof. Brisch, Karl-Heinz
Conference topic: Attachment and siblings

This year, we will once again focus on a particularly important topic in the field of early childhood development and the development of binding processes and their disorders - bonds and siblings.

A particular challenge in the treatment of early traumatised siblings arises in inpatient intensive psychotherapy.
Should these children of a family be treated individually, consecutively or even simultaneously in hospital? Should the necessary therapies be carried out by different therapists who have an exchange with each other within the framework of supervision? What is the effect of a possible obligation of silence imposed on children by the perpetrators if siblings of different ages are simultaneously being treated in hospital? Or is it absolutely necessary to treat siblings together at the same time, because they have supported and protected each other emotionally - as far as they could - in the need.

I would also like to give you an insight into the bonds between stepsiblings and stepparents: a potentially traumatic entanglement.
I would like to present possible dynamic entanglements between the family members involved as well as therapeutic interventions.
The role of stepmothers, for example, is often portrayed very negatively in fairy tales. Due to the increasing number of patchwork families, more and more children as well as parents are confronted with the dynamics of becoming a stepmother or a stepfather or having a step sibling as a child. This requires all participants to enter into new relationships with new family members who are not always voluntarily selected.
Baby or smartphone?
You are also welcome to take another look at the joint webinar of the Salzburger Familienjournal (Family Pass) and Forum Familie.

Speaker: Prof. Karl-Heinz Brisch
Moderation: David Röthler

The webinar of 11 April 2019 has been recorded and is therefore still available.
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With kind regards

Your Karl Heinz Brisch & the IBK-Organisation Team of Interplan AG
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