Spanish Language Sessions – On Demand

Spanish Language Sessions – On Demand

CUMULATIVE TRAUMA AND DISSOCIATIVE DISORDER: DIALOGUE BETWEEN PSYCHOANALYSIS AND NEUROSCIENCE
Chair: Graciela Beatriz Onofrio, Argentina

  • STEALTH DISSOCIATIVE DISORDERS
    Eduardo Gastelumendi, Peru
  • THE SPLITTING OF THE EGO IN THE PROCESS OF DEFENSE
    Graciela Beatriz Onofrio, Argentina
  • WHAT DO NEUROSCIENCES TEACH US ABOUT DISSOCIATIVE DISORDERS?
    Miguel Cuellar Hoppe, Paraguay

 

TEACHING MENTAL HEALTH FROM A RECOVERY-ORIENTED PERSPECTIVE
Chair: Andrea Mendiola, USA
Speakers: Ana María Salazar, Colombia; Andrea Mendiola, USA; Maria Valencia, Colombia

 

EARLY TREATMENT RESISTANCE IN SCHIZOPHRENIA
Chair: Juan Undurraga, Chile

  • TREATMENT RESISTANCE AND CLOZAPINE USE IN EARLY PSYCHOSIS
    Juan Undurraga, Chile
  • STRIATAL GLUTAMATE, SUBCORTICAL STRUCTURE AND CLINICAL RESPONSE TO FIRST-LINE TREATMENT IN FIRST-EPISODE PSYCHOSIS PATIENTS
    Camilo de la Fuente-Sandoval, Mexico
  • A SYMPTOM COMBINATION PREDICTING TREATMENT-RESISTANT SCHIZOPHRENIA – A STRATEGY FOR REAL-WORLD CLINICAL PRACTICE
    Ary Gadelha, Brazil

 

FRONTOTEMPORAL DEMENTIA: TOWARDS A TIMELY DIAGNOSIS
Chair: Lina Zapata, USA

  • CHALLENGES IN FRONTOTEMPORAL DEMENTIA: THE CLINICAL DIAGNOSIS
    Juan Carlos Rivas, Colombia
  • FRONTOTEMPORAL DEMENTIA IN A DIVERSE LATIN AMERICAN POPULATION
    Lina Zapata, USA
  • RECOMMENDATIONS TO DISTINGUISH BEHAVIOURAL VARIANT FRONTOTEMPORAL DEMENTIA FROM PSYCHIATRIC DISORDERS
    Nahuel Magrath, USA

BRANCHES OF THE SAME TREE WITH ROOTS THAT EMBRACE: SYNDEMICS FRAMEWORK BASED MODELS TO FACE PANDEMICS, PAN-DISASTERS, AND PAN-VULNERABILITIES

  • SYNDEMICS FRAMEWORK FOR THE ANALYSIS AND INTERVENTION OF COMPLEX HEALTH PROBLEMS
    Martha Eugenia Garcia, Puerto Rico
  • DEVELOPMENT AND EVOLUTION OF THE TABONUCO MODEL FOR RECONNECTION, HEALING, RECOVERY, AND POST TRAUMATIC GROWTH
    Leticia Ubinas, Puerto Rico
  • STATE OF THE ART PSYCHOSOCIAL CRISIS INTERVENTION MODELS
    Yino Martinez, Dominican Republic