Past years’ conferences have explored the following themes:

2018 – Trauma and Transmission of Trauma –  Societal Aspects (28th May–1st June)

2017 – Authoritarianism, Democracy and Populism (29th May–2nd June)

2016 – Societal Diseases (23rd–28th May)

2015 – The Psycho-Societal Function of Myth (26th–29th May)

2014 – Embodiment (26th–30th May)

2013 – Vulnerability (3rd–7th June)

2012 – Recognition (28th May– 1st June)

2011 – Transculturality and Otherness: Psycho-Societal Approaches (16th–24th May)

2010 – What can psycho-societal approaches offer to understandings of inter-cultural and trans-cultural experiences and processes? (24th–29th May)

2009 –

2008 – Language, Imagination and Embodiment (26th–30th May)

2007 – Learning from Experience (14th–18th May)

2006 –

2005 – 1st Official Annual Conference (30th May–4th June)

2004 – Different European Perspectives on Psycho-societal Analysis (31st May–4th June)

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