Keynote speakers


Stephen W. Porges

Professor of Psychology, Ph.D.


The originator of the Polyvagal Theory, a theory that emphasizes the importance of physiological state in the expression of behavioral, mental, and health problems related to traumatic experiences.

The Polyvagal Theory in Auriculotherapy


C. Sue CARTER

Professor of Psychology

Oxytocin and

the Polyvagal Theory

Gerhard Litscher, MD

Univ.-Prof.Prof. hc mult.MSc PhD MDsc

Science and Research in Auricular Medicine

Bruno Bonaz

Professor of Gastroenterology

The Microbiota-Gut-Brain Axis

Targeting Vagal Tone through Vagus Nerve Stimulation in Auriculotherapy

Frank BAHR

Ord. Prof. of TCM at the SWISS TCM University



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Strittamatter, MD


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Auriculo Diagnostic and Auriculo-therapy of Psychological Damage and Trauma to the soul.Development of the finding of the psychosomatic points.


Auriculodiagnostic of points related to psychological disorders.


St├ęphane Maugendre

MD

Pain associated with the Field of Psychology

Christiane Tessa Wesemann

MD


The psychic injuries in the case of Covid diseases with the corresponding psychic blockage points and the exact matching flowers

Kajsa Landgren

Assistant professor

Ear acupuncture in addiction, anxiety, depression and sleeping problems

Gary Stanton

MD, FAAMA

Auriculotherapy: Facilitating Endogenous Pain Neuromodulation and Resiliency