Friday 9 July
9.00am-10.00am Social Dreaming
facilitated by Nicola Wreford-Howard & Marc Maltz.
10.15am-11.30am Parallel Papers Session 1 - Read More Detail
Judith Furnivall: Barriers, boundaries and buffers – protection and projection in residential child care
Simon Western: I saw that beautiful barbed wire go up” Trump Populism and the re-desiring of walls.
M. Sidiropoulou: Women and Leadership: Glass mirror - An internal “glass ceiling”?
Leslie Goldenberg: Roles of the Coach Within the Walls: Trojan Horse, Field Medic, Canary
Mattila & Mathur: Shut In, Shut Out: unexamined ‘otherness’ in repressions, suppr., oppr., expressions
11.30pm-12.30pm Lunch Break
with the President of the ISPSO
Prof. Dr. Steen Visholm (Roskilde University)
Panel 1, 12:45pm-2.15pm
Split, development, standstill based on the history of the Berlin Wall
The Berlin Wall divided the city for 28 years. Since its fall in 1990 it became a symbol for a split that has been successfully overcome. As a monumental building, it was also a striking symptom of a profound split within the German-German society that still holds on. How are dividing processes of social realities associated with splits in the inner world? Did the Berlin Wall, similar to the myth of the Tower of Babel, mean that people in West and East no longer speak the same language? What role do memorials play in the process of working through the side effects of the history of the division of Berlin? The panel addresses these and other questions in discussion with each other and with the audience.
Uwe Neumärker, Holocaustdenkmal
Prof. Dr. Axel Klausmeier, Mauergedenkstätte
Prof. Dr. Dagmar von Wilcken
Moderator: Dr. Yossi Triest
2.15-2.30pm Coffee Break
2.30-3.45pm Parallel Papers Session 2 - Read More Detail
Frugé, Hellsten, Loftis, Sprehe & Franklin: Understanding intergroup conflict & facilitating decision-making in the care of ill children.
Beate West-Leuer: "Am Deutschen Wesen wird die Welt nicht genesen” Interpretation Film “Diplomacy” (2014)
Holle & Zimmermann: Real Work: Removing Walls that prevent New Work and Innovation
Gwen Hanrahan: From the other side – translating our encounter with real and imagined borders
Sanfuentes Matias: The underground work of hope: resilient organizing in the Chilean Miners’ catastrophe
3.45pm-4.00pm Coffee Break
4.00 -4.30pm End of the Day Reflections
Saturday 10 July
9.00am-10.00am Social Dreaming facilitated by Nicola Wreford-Howard & Marc Maltz.
10.00am-10.15am Coffee Break
10.15am - 11.30am Parallel Papers Session 3 - Read More Detail
Stuart & Ryan: The tensions created by changing spatial and psychic walls – early childhood case study
Nataliia Sidorenko: Risk management – Challenging the other view on the system in today's Russia
Martin Lüdemann: “Walls” to protect innovation? A case from industry
Trainor & McShannon: An exploration of how using a ‘relational stance’ as part of a whole system approach
Bermudez & Echegoyen: Community Psychoanalysis: An Emerging Paradigm
11.30am - 12.30pm Lunch Break
96412.30pm 2.15pm Panel 2
Tackling the Twice
In an early, previously unnoticed text, Freud (1893) coined the phrase that it was mankind’s hottest wish to be allowed to do something twice. This Twice marks a form of repetition that has always been the source of fate for humanity: the first time it just happens to us, the second time we wish to do it by ourselves. Freud’s formula tells us about dealing with traumatic experiences, painful cuts and fateful repetitions in tackling the Twice. But why do things repeatedly go wrong when we try to ‘do it by ourselves’, even while attempting to avoid bad choices? Currently, the world community has again been hit by dramatic events: pandemic, racism, climate change – all effects of human decisions and choices. The question of whether humanity will tackle the Twice to ensure its continued existence has become an ethical challenge. The panel raises the question of how repetitions that go wrong can be dealt with in such a way that sustainable living conditions can emerge from them.
Prof. Dr. Marie-Luise Angerer
Dr. Leon S. Brenner
Moderator: Dr. Moritz Senarclens de Grancy
2.15pm-2.30pm Coffee Break
2.15pm-3.45pm Parallel Papers Session 4 - Read More Detail
Feil & Scanlon: When walls become porous - Dangerous Liaisons and Close Encounters with Violence
Rebecca Nestor: The internal and external exclusion zones when assembly is banned - climate change
Steen Visholm: Around the wall and under the surface- Developing a psychod. informed technology
Philip Boxer: Working beyond the pale: when isn’t it an insurgency?
Gilles Amado: Deadly “INSTITUTIONAL HARASSMENT”: can psychoanalysis be a resource against it?
3.45pm-4.00pm Coffee Break
4.00pm - 4:30pm End-of-Day Reflections
7.00pm - 8.00pm Exploring Berlin by Boat- read more
Cost 20 Euro
8.00pm - late, Gala Dinner ( including the Wall Party)
Sunday 11 July
9.00am - 10.00am Social Dreaming facilitated by Nicola Wreford-Howard & Marc Maltz.
10.00am-10.15am Coffee Break
10.15am-11.30pm Parallel Papers Session 5 - Read More Detail
Veronica Azua: Are you one of us? Am I worth to be one of them? An ‘elite identity’ culture that excludes.
Michael Mandahl: Dementors in our time and the hope of deactivating the defense of hopelessness
Mark Argent: The stability of walls, and leaders “getting away with it”
Voytek Chelkowski: Finding safety within uncertainty - curiosity and neutrality in rising above defensive walls
Albrecht & Giernalczyk: Between anxiety and passion – emotions in the New Work context
11.30am - 12.30pm Lunch
12.30pm - 2.15pm Panel 3
Organization and Leadership – What governance systems and individual power skills are really key to managing the effects of digitalized markets and globalized supply-chains in uncertain times?
Flexibility is a key capability for managing companies in order to meet the complex and fast-moving challenges of globalized supply-chains and digitized markets as we have seen intensified during the covid-19 crisis. On the other hand, we face neo authoritarian patterns, marginalization of ideas and ‘walled up’ thinking in organizations and companies. They point to deeper rigid societal patterns, especially in education, that continue to be imparted. They slow down the change in values in companies, for example the inclusion of women or people of culture in top management positions and they also impair the agility of the organizations. The capability for adaptation of every organizational culture deserves to be analyzed. Because in complex and fast-moving competition, the success of companies is decided not least by their ability for adaptation through cooperation, mutual respect and a deeper understanding of the value deficits in the way they respond to demand from customers and citizens. Overcoming prejudice against business partners from other cultures or individual colleagues requires emotional maturity, social skills, and an understanding of the psychodynamics and power of unconscious valencies – and so does understanding the situation the organization is in.
Dr. Daniel Vasella
Dr. Philip Boxer
Moderator: Thea Mikkelsen
2.15pm -2.30pm Coffee Break
2.30pm - 3.45pm Parallel Papers Session 6 - Read More Detail
Daphna Bahat: Nothingness - a 7th BA? The wall of devaluation, detachment and cynicism
Bermudez & Echegoyen: Walls Against Nature? Social Defense Systems, Climate Change, and Eco-Anxiety
Erik Van de loo: An object relational exploration of inner walls and doors in young Russian leaders
Brigid Nossal: The Narcissism of Small Differences’: exploring the walls within and between ourselves
Alexander Schall: The importance of a healthy constitutional state from a psychoanalytical perspective
3.45pm - 4.00pm Coffee Break
4.00pm - 4.30pm End of Conference Reflections