Psychotherapy as an avant-garde science and academic discipline
"Psychotherapy as an avant-garde science and academic discipline"
June 22, 2022, 10.00-19.00, mixed format (offline, online)
CHAIRMANS:Katkov Alexander Lazarevich, Titova Vlada Viktorovna (Russia, St. Petersburg)
Abstract of the conference: Approval of the updated framework concept, the status of professional psychotherapy as an independent scientific direction and academic discipline is an urgent requirement of modern times. It is in this direction that psychotherapy is developing in countries with a long tradition of psychotherapy and an active and responsible psychotherapeutic community. The results of scientific research conducted in the field of psychotherapy in the most recent years allow us to hope that psychotherapy — as an avant-garde science and a popular social practice — will become one of the main generators of opportunities for sustainable development of man and society in modern times.
GREETINGS FROM THE ORGANIZERS, SPEECHES BY INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE PARTICIPANTS (10.00-10.35)
PSYCHOTHERAPEUTIC SCIENCE IN THE MODERN TIME
SCIENCE «PSYCHOTHERAPY» IN MODERN TIMES: A HAPPENING FACT?(10.35-11-00)
Katkov Alexander Lazarevich — Doctor of Medical Sciences, Professor, Vice-President of the OPPL, Chairman of the Academic Council of the National SRO “Union of Psychotherapists and Psychologists”, Russia, St. Petersburg.
The report provides data on the development of psychotherapeutic science in the Russian Federation. The main provisions of the General Theory of Psychotherapy (GTP) are discussed. The most promising options for the development of professional psychotherapy as an avant-garde scientific direction, a large-scale and most demanded social practice are analyzed.
Discussion of report: questions and answers, remark(11.00-11.15)
Burikova Inga Sergeevna — PhD, Head of the Laboratory of Political Psychology and Applied Political Research, Institute of Political Psychology and Applied Political Research, Leningrad State University. Saint Petersburg, Russia.
The report examines the state of modern psychological science (mainly its applied aspect) and its definition of a place for the science of psychotherapy. There is a public request for knowledge and opportunities of the science of psychotherapy. However, scientists face objective, sometimes formal difficulties in organizing science and scientific knowledge, which create problems for the emergence of new current directions. Is psychotherapy possible for science itself and what will follow? Thereportisaproblematicdiscussion.
Discussion of report: questions and answers, remark (11.35-11.50)
NEW REALITY THAT CHANGES PRACTICAL PSYCHOLOGY AND PSYCHOTHERAPY (BASED ON PROF. YURYEV'S REPORT IN 2014) — 11.50-12.10
Konovalova Maria Aleksandrovna — PhD Psychology, Senior Researcher, Institute of Political Psychology and Applied Political Research, Leningrad State University. Saint-Petersburg, Russia.
In 2014, prof. A. I. Yuriev warned of post-global changes in modern man, his consciousness and behavior. The ideology of the «world without borders» has naturally developed into the «behavior of a person without borders,» which is traditionally guided by the entire practice of psychotherapy, practical psychology and counseling. The fact that yesterday was impossible, unacceptable, unthinkable in human behavior today becomes the norm, turning yesterday's standards of normal behavior into ineffective, uncompetitive, unsuccessful behavior. Due to the rapid onset of post-globalization, psychotherapists and consultants again found themselves faced with a problem, what to focus the client on? Relevance of the report prof. Yuriev over time only increased and requires the search for answers in the science of psychotherapy.
Discussion of report: questions and answers, remark (12.10-12.25)
MODERN RESEARCH METHODOLOGY IN PSYCHOTHERAPY
KEY METHODS AND TOPICS OF INTERNET STUDIES (12.25 — 12.45)
Ustinov Konstantin Sergeevitch — political psychologist, junior researcher, Laboratory of Political Psychology and Applied Political Research, Institute of Political Psychology and Applied Political Research, Leningrad State University. Saint Petersburg, Russia.
Internet studies still causes an ambiguous reaction from the professional community (discussions about the representativeness of the data obtained, etc.). The report will consider the main methods of organizing Internet research, an overview of their strengths and weaknesses, and application practices.
Discussion of report: questions and answers, remark (12.45-13.00)
RESEARCH SCALING IN PSYCHOTHERAPEUTIC SCIENCE(13.00-13.20)
Pliner Xenia Olegovna — political psychologist, junior researcher, Laboratory of Political Psychology and Applied Political Research, Institute of Political Psychology and Applied Political Research, Leningrad State University. Saint Petersburg, Russia
In the conditions of the new reality, traditional psychotherapy, mainly focused on individual research, faced the need to extrapolate the knowledge gained to large samples of people. The process of scaling is considered as previously used method of extrapolation of research in the fundamental sciences, the possibility and applicability of the method in psychotherapeutic research.
Discussion of report: questions and answers, remark (13.20-13.45)
BREAK ( 13.45 -14. 20 )
THE SIGNIFICANCE OF METHODOLOGICAL PRINCIPLES OF PSYCHOTHERAPY OF HEALTHY PEOPLE IN THE SYSTEM OF SOCIAL PSYCHOTHERAPY(14.20-14.40)
Strelchenko Andrey Borisovich — doctor of Medical Sciences, Full member, official teacher of the international level of the All-Russian Professional Psychotherapeutic League, accredited psychotherapist of the Self-regulating Organization «Union of Psychotherapists and Psychologists», psychotherapist of the Unified Register of Psychotherapists in Europe. Russia, Moscow
The report describes the methodological principles of psychotherapy of healthy people. The role and place of psychotherapy of healthy people in the general system of social psychotherapy is substantiated.
Discussion of report: questions and answers, remark (14.40-14.55)
RESULTS OF RESEARCH
RUSSIAN PHYSICIANS MENTAL HEALTH AND BURNOUT IN CONDITIONS OF COVID-19 PANDEMIC(14.55-15.15)
Titova Vlada Viktorovna — Ph.d., Associate Professor of the Department of Psychiatry of the Central State Medical Academy of the Administrative Department of the President of the Russian Federation, Associate Professor of the Department of Psychosomatics and Psychotherapy of the St.-Petersburg State Pediatric Medical Academy, Russia, St. Petersburg.
The report presents the results of the proper research on mental health and emotional burnout of doctors from various regions of the Russian Federation during the COVID-19 pandemic. The strategies of social psychotherapy directed at the prevention and correction of emotional burnout in medical workers and representatives of other helping professions are considered.
Discussion of report: questions and answers, remark (15.15-15.30)
VARIANTS OF THE DYNAMICS OF CRISIS ADAPTATION OF PATIENTS WITH NEUROTIC DISORDERS AS PRIORITY TARGETS OF PSYCHOTHERAPEUTIC INTERVENTIONS (15.30-15-50)
Chugunov Daniil Nikolaevich — Candidate of Psychological Sciences, psychologist, psychotherapist of the Unified European Register (EAP). Russia, St. Petersburg.
The report examines the psychosocial characteristics of patients with neurotic disorders in comparison with the catamnestic data reflecting the dynamics of their condition. The main psychotherapeutic targets are described.
Discussion of report: questions and answers, remark(15.50-16.05)
PSYCHOTHERAPY AS ACADEMIC DISCIPLINE
EDUCATIONAL SPACE AND FORMATION OF A PSYCHOTHERAPIST'S PROFESSIONAL IDENTITY (ON THE EXAMPLE OF TRAINING PROGRAMS FOR PSYCHOTHERAPISTS OF PROFESSOR MAKAROV'S FIRST UNIVERSITY) — 16.05-16.25.
Prikhodchenko Olga Anatolyevna — member of the Central Council of the OPPL, manager of the international level of the OPPL, executive secretary of the Central Council of the OPPL, chairman of the disciplinary commission of the SRO «Union of Psychotherapists and Psychologists», head of educational programs of the First University, Russia, Novosibirsk.
The report discusses options for the formation of an educational space and training programs for psychotherapists in accordance with the requirements of the time. Particular attention is paid to distance learning for psychotherapists and consultants and the possibilities of overcoming the limitations inherent in this educational format. The components of the four-part educational paradigm and the features of the bio-psycho-socio-spiritual approach in the training of psychotherapists and consultants are considered in detail.
Discussion of report: questions and answers, remark (16.25-16.40)
ABOUT TRAINING PROGRAMS FOR SOCIAL PSYCHOTHERAPISTS AND CONSULTANTS USING THE OPPORTUNITIES OF THE ENVIRONMENTAL PLATFORM «SME»(16.40-17.00)
Chistyakov Dmitry Romanovich — Ph.D. psychologist, head of the SME Ecological Platform project.
Klyuzhina Natalia Mikhailovna — Ph.D. in psychology, director of the International Institute for Social Psychotherapy and Counseling. The Republic of Kazakhstan.
Shildibayeva Nazgul Abdullayevna , President of the Association of Social Psychotherapists and Consultants of the Republic of Kazakhstan, member of the International Academic Council on Psychotherapy at the National SRO «Union of Psychotherapists and Psychologists», «The First University of prof. V. V. Makarov» RF, «International Institute of Social Psychotherapy and Counseling». RK.
The report provides information about the training programs for social psychotherapists and consultants, implemented by the International Institute for Social Psychotherapy using the opportunities of the ecological platform «SME». The methodology for the construction and implementation of specialized educational programs in the «most favored nation» regime is discussed, taking into account the employment of specialists. Conclusions are drawn about the need for a constant dialogue between organizers and specialists in the field of professional psychotherapeutic education.
Discussion of report: questions and answers, remark (17.00-17.20)
SUMMING UP THE CONFERENCE 17.20 — 17.40