Auriculotherapy meets the Psychological Field

Auriculotherpy for psychological disorders.

Auriculotherapy : from the nervus vagus stimulation to the nervus vagus mode.

Auriculotherapy : psychotraumatology

Auriculotherapy : chronic painrelated to the psychological field

The purpose of the

11th International Auriculo Symposium


  1. How to practice Auriculotherapy (AT) as psychologist, physio therapist, psychiatrist, nurse, midwife, dentist, general physicians and acupuncturist.
  2. How does AT relate to the psyche, body and pain?
  3. How could AT promote psychotherapy?
  4. AT and psychotrauma
  5. AT protocols for mental disorders
  6. New directions in AT; Nervus Vagus stimulation
  7. The ear as an entrance to the brain
  8. Practical training in AT in parallel

Building interdisciplinary bridges

In line with the tradition of Paul Nogier recent developments in Auriculo Therapy (AT) focus on treatment of psychic syndromes. AT may be a first line intervention, but is also practised by psychotherapists to support Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT), Psychodynamic Therapy (PTT) and Psychopharmacology (PhT) interventions. 11th International Auriculo Symposium will be building bridges between AT and psychotherapy. Researchers and practitioners are invited to contribute with work in the whole psychological field, where AT intervention contribute to a complex embodiment approach that is a milestone in integrative medicine.

Background: The number of people diagnosed for psychic disorders like depression, anxiety disorders, functional disorders and PTSD are rising worldwide.AT is an effective side-effect-free method that may be practised alternatively or complementary to all therapies in the psychological field.


In the heart of Copenhagen by the Central Station, Tivoli and the historical and cultural sights, You will find Villa Copenhagen. Every metro and train will take You to the door of Villa Copenhagen. 

President of the Symposium

Stephen W. Porges, Ph.D.

Symposium Fees

President of Scientific Board

Claire-Marie Rangon, MD, PhD


Robert Bering, Prof. Psychiatrist

Board of Excellent Clinicians

Raphaël Nogier, MD

Key note speakers

Who is the symposium for?

Everyone with responsibility for clients in the psychological field.


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