Data / Ora
17:00 - 19:30
Debating on the role of nonspecific factors: Basic questions and open issues in psychotherapy research
Prof. Bruce Wampold, Prof. Ioana Cristea; Prof. Antonio Semerari
Friday 08 April 2022
5:00pm – 7:30pm CET
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The event aims to promote a debate on the role of non-specific VS specific factors (i.e.: Are therapeutic factors the same in all psychotherapies?).
Two scientific experts will engage in a discussion proposing opposite theses.
Before and after the speakers’ interventions, participants will be invited to express their position on the two theses.
The event will be introduced by Prof. Francesco Mancini (School of Cognitive Psychotherapy, APC-SPC, Italia).
The event will be moderated by Dr. Guyonne Rogier (University of Genoa, Italy).
Prof. Antonio Semerari will comment the position illustrated by Prof. Wampold stressing the utility of alternative models based on a theory of psychopathological functioning
PROF. BRUCE, E., WAMPOLD. UNIVERSITY OF WISCONSIN–MADISON, USA
WAMPOLD, B. E., & IMEL, Z. E. (2015). THE GREAT PSYCHOTHERAPY DEBATE: THE EVIDENCE FOR WHAT MAKES PSYCHOTHERAPY WORK (2ND ED.). ROUTLEDGE.
PROF. IOANA CRISTEA. UNIVERSITY OF PAVIA, ITALY
CRISTEA, I. A., & CUIJPERS, P. (2017). IN THE PURSUIT OF TRUTH, WE SHOULD NOT PRIORITIZE CORRELATIONAL OVER CAUSAL EVIDENCE. PSYCHOTHERAPY RESEARCH, 27(1), 36-37. DOI:10.1080/10503307.2016.1249434
PROF. ANTONIO SEMERARI. TERZO CENTRO, ROMA, ITALIA
SEMERARI, A. (2022). LA RELAZIONE TERAPEUTICA, STORIA, TEORIA E PROBLEMI. LATERZA.
➢ 5pm – 5:15pm Opening – Prof. Mancini
➢ 5:15pm – 5:45pm Evidence supporting the existence of common factors – Prof. Wampold
➢ 5:45pm – 6:15pm Evidence against the existence of common factors – Prof. Cristea
➢ 6:15pm – 6:30pm Comments – Prof. Semerari
➢ 6:30 – 6:45pm Audience’s questions – Dr. Rogier
➢ 6:45 – 7:15pm Speakers’ debate – Prof. Wampold & Prof. Cristea
➢ 7:15pm – 7:30pm Conclusions – Prof. Mancini
The Symposium will take place online on ZOOM
Friday 08 April 2022 from 5 pm to 7:30pm CET
The Symposium will be held in English and in Italian with simultaneous translation
A certificate of attendance will be delivered at the end of the event.
The Symposium is intended for Psychology and Medicine Students and Graduates, Psychologists, Physicians, Psychotherapists, Psychiatrists, Psychotherapy Students.
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