Ulm Workshop on Psychoanalytic Process Research Strategies II

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Second Announcement

The Ulm Conference on Psychoanalytic Process Research Strategies II --
updating the first Ulm conference on this topic in 1985 - published  by
Dahl, Kaechele, Thomae in 1988 (Springer) and out of print since long -
takes place from June 19 - 21 the weekend before the SPR meeting in

Contributions planned

E. Baenninger- Huber & C. Widmer, Zurich: Interactive relationship
patterns, reaction of therapist and therapeutic change

M. Bassler, Mainz: GRID-process research - A tool for long term process

W. Bucci, : Multi-method, multi-perspective assessment of the treatment
process in successful and unsuccessful psychoanalytic treatments

J. Clarkin, White Plains: Developing a treatment program for borderline
patients - how to control dimensions of process

H. Dahl, New York and M. Hoelzer, Ulm: FRAMES - how to detect them and
where we stand now

R. Herold, Tuebingen and H. Deserno, Frankfurt: BIP in long term
psychoanalyis ? A German version of Gill & Hoffman=B4s PERT

K. Howard, Evanston: An empirical  basis for  case assigment

J.P. Jimenez, Santiago and H. Thomae, Ulm: Breaks and interruptions in the
analytic process - a CCRT approach contrasted to a clinical evaluation

H. Kaechele, Ulm, M. Eberhardt, Ulm and M. Leuzinger-Bohleber, Kassel :
Dream series analysis as tool for process research

G. Klug  and D. Huber, Munich: A new version of process rating coding
system for long term treatments

H. Koenig, Tuebingen and U. Stuhr, Hamburg: How the mind of the analyst
works ? A second look to AE Meyers "Luegungsrueckblick"

H. Kordy, Stuttgart: Indivualized process analysis ?

R. Krause, C. Benecke and J. Merten, Saarbruecken: The intersubjective
field: Behavioural basis of therapeutic relationships and their mental

M. Leuzinger-Bohleber, H. Kaechele and M. Eberhardt, Ulm: Models of memory
and their impact for the dream series analysis

L. Luborsky, Philadelpia, R. Dahlbender, G. Blaser, D. Pokorny, Ulm and C.
Albani, Leipzig: How useful is the CCRT for the evualuation of long term

E. Mergenthaler, Ulm, S. Gril, Montevideo and K. Kalmykova, Moscow: The
cycle model of therapeutic processes

G. Rudolf, T. Grande and C. Oberpracht, Heidelberg: Meassuring structural
change. Approaches and results of the Heidelberg-Berlin Study on
long-term-psychoanalytic therapy

H. Schneider, M. Faeh and R Barwinski, Zurich: "Process patterns" drawn
from theories of complexity as a means for tracing long-term change in

G. Seidler, Heidelberg: Structural change in self reference during
inpatient therapy

G. Silberschatz, San Francisco: On the difference of short and long term
therapies in the light of the Plan analysis method

H. Staat,  J. Biskup and F. Leichsenring, Goettingen: Changing problems,
changing aims: the development of change in psychoanalytic psychotherapy
evaluated by PATH, a long term treatment tool.

U. Streeck, Rosdorf: The interactive constitution of resistance

R. Volkart, Zurich:  Nonverbal reactions after failed and non-failed tests
(Weiss-Sampson) in psychotherapy

A. von Wyl,  B. Boothe, Zurich: AKOB - a tool for narrative analysis in
process research?

S. Wilke, Heidelberg and M. Buchholz, Goettingen:  Qualitative analysis of
therapists' process notes