Traumatic incidents in an intercultural context
Symposium 31th Aug. - 1st Sept. 2006 at BGAG, Dresden
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Agenda

9:30 registration
10:30 welcome by BGAG and TIK Trauma

31th August 2006
Lectures

11:00
Mental trauma in a globally networked vocational world
Dr. A. Hofmann, EMDR Institut Deutschland
11:45
Inter- cultural aspects of traumatic incidents
Dr. M. Schouler-Ocak, Charité Berlin
12:30
Lunch (until 13:15)
13:40
Traumatic incidents in deep sea navigation on ships with a multi-cultural Crew - stress reactions and prevention strategies
Prof. Dr. H. J. Jensen, German Association for Maritime Medicine, Hamburg
13:40
Application engineering, monitoring and post-processing of the
German Army for foreign deployments
B. Willkomm, Airforce Institute for aviation medicine, Fürstenfeldbruck
14:05
Cultural differences in coverage of crises
J. Leonhardt, CISM Trainer, Langen
14:30
Local multi-ethical challenges and necessity of inter-cultural competence
U. Weiss, Institute for training and education of the police in Nordrhein- Westfalen, BZ Münster
14:55
Coffee braek (until 15:30)

31th August 2006
Workshops

All Workshops from 15:30 –17:00
1.
EMDR in treatment of trauma disorders
A. Hofmann, EMDR Institute, Germany
2.
Survey of traumatised people with a migration background
M. Schouler-Ocak, Charité Berlin
3.
Practical experiences at major loss incidents in foreign countries: Lessons learnt
B. Willkomm, Airforce Institute for aviation medicine, Fürstenfeldbruck
4.
Cultural differences in coverage of crises
J. Leonhardt, CISM Trainer, Langen
5.
Intercultural competence in policework
U. Weiss, H. Traphan, Police NRW
6.
Diagnostics of the PTBSN
N. Balke, Berlin Centre for Torture Victims
7.
Potentials and limitations of psycho-educational work in inter-cultural groups
A. Liedl, Catania
8.
Psychological preparation and support for foreign aid staff
E. Litsch/Dr. Ritter, gtz
9.
Options for deployment- tactical prevention
Pastor F. Waterstraat, Evangelisch-Lutherische
Landeskirche Hannover, FUK Niedersachsen
17:00
Closing the day (until 18:00)
18:30
Evening event

1st September 2006
Lectures

8:45
Working with traumatised migrants
A. Liedl, Catania, Berlin;
N. Balke, Berlin Centre for Torture Victims
9:10
Muliti-cultural major events - potential traumatic risc factor for participants and staff?
W. W. Wilk, Federal Chamber for Therapists
9:35
Inter- cultural aspects in psychological primal care
K. Boege, BGAG Dresden
10:00
Psychological preparation and support for foreign aid staff
E. Litsch/Dr. Ritter, gtz
10:25
Coffee break
11:00
Panel discussion: Traumatic incidents in an intercultural context
- conclusion and perspektive
Moderation: Dr. R. Manz, chair of TIK Trauma
12:00
Closure and light meal (until 12:30)
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