Scientific Board encourage people to submit their papers

Auriculotherapy meets

the Field of Psychology


Auriculotherapy is based on the discovery that the ear represents the whole body and is somatotopically (point to point - zone to zone) oriented corresponding to the whole body. Auriculotherapy has become the WHO's recognition  in 1991.

Vagal nerve stimulation in Auriculotherapy.

Psychotraumatology - How to modulate brain networks

Chronic pain related to the field of psychology.

Auriculotherapy for mental disorders.

Tietgensgade 35-39

1704 Copenhagen

DENMARK


In the heart of Copenhagen by the Central Station, Tivoli, and cultural sites, you will find Villa. Every metro and train will take you to Villa Cph!

Place

Villa Copenhagen


President of the Symposium

Stephen W. PORGES, Ph.D.


Organizer

Robert BERING, Prof. Psychiatrist

President of Scientific Board

Claire-Marie RANGON, MD, PhD

Keynote speaker

Gary STANTON, MD, FAAMA

Board of Excellent Clinicians

Raphaƫl NOGIER, MD

Speaker

Bruno BONAZ, MD-PhD

Building interdisciplinary bridges


In line with the tradition of Paul Nogier recent developments in Auriculotherapy (Earacupuncture (AT) focus on treatment of psychic syndromes. AT may be a first-line intervention, but is also practiced by psychotherapists to support Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT), Psychodynamic Therapy (PDT) and Psychopharmacology (PhT) interventions. The 11th International Auriculotherapy Symposium will be building bridges between AT and psychotherapy.

Researchers and practitioners are invited to submit their work in the whole field of psychology, where AT interventions may contribute to a complex multidisciplinary approach that is a milestone in integrative medicine.

Background: the number of people diagnosed to have psychological disorders such as depression, anxiety, functional disorders, and PTSD is rising worldwide. AT is an effective method, generally free of side effects, which may be practiced as an alternative or complementary medicine to all therapies in the field of psychology."


The purpose of the Symposium

The ear as a portal to the treatment of mental disorders.

How to practice Auriculotherapy (AT) as a psychologist, physiotherapist, psychiatrist, nurse, midwife, dentist, general physician, and acupuncturist.

Practical training in AT in parallel to the symposium.


All presentations are in English. An online version will be organized in both English and French.