1st Conference on Psychotraumatology at the Douglas Institute and 2nd International Conference on Reconsolidation Therapy
November 9-11, 2023
Organized jointly with McGill University, the Douglas Mental Health University Institute and the non-profit RTIA (Reconsolidation Therapy International Association), this conference will welcome psychiatrists, researchers, clinicians, psychologists, psychiatric nurses, social workers, and anyone else interested in the issue of psychological trauma and its treatment.
This year’s conference theme is focused on trauma as a transdiagnostic issue. The event will be an opportunity to raise awareness about new therapeutic approaches, including Method Brunet – Reconsolidation Therapy (MBTR), discovered at the Douglas Research Center by Professor Alain Brunet’s team, and used by practitioners working with various clinical populations suffering from psychological trauma.
For those interested in presenting a communication at the conference, we welcome symposiums, panels, sharing of clinical experience, case studies, and posters. We encourage submissions on topics related but not limited to:
- Treatments of trauma comorbidity.
- Complex PTSD and personality disorders.
- Treatment of PTSD in the healthcare network.
- Theoretical formulations of psychological trauma with psychiatric comorbidities.
- Trauma-informed care policies.
- Ground-breaking uses of Reconsolidation Therapy.
- Treatment of childhood trauma.
- Developmental consequences of trauma.
- Pathways to treatment: France vs. Quebec.
- Addiction and psycho-trauma.
- Peri-traumatic care.
- Psychological trauma in Aboriginal populations.
- Domestic violence.
- War, exile and psychological trauma.
- Register for the conference at reconsolidationtherapy.com.
- E-mail questions to firstname.lastname@example.org or call 514-761-6131 x2375.
- If you would like to present at the conference, visit our website for the form.
- Presentation proposals must be submitted by September 30, 2023.
- Conference registrations after the October 31st will be subject to a $50 surcharge.