Information Day about the MA Interdisciplinary Psychosis Therapy

Everyone looking for a qualifying further education programme in order to work with psychotic people will soon have the opportunity to find out more about the IPU further education master’s programme Interdisciplinary Psychosis Therapy. The Information Day will allow you to:

 

  • get to know the study course and its formats: seminar and case discussion,
  • discuss your questions with the teachers of the study programme and IPU staff and
  • talk to the students for "subjective" questions and peer "advice".


When?
Friday, 15. November 2019
13:45 to 19:00

Where?
IPU Berlin
Haus2-02, Stromstraße 2, 10555 Berlin

Programme
13:45-15:15: „Eigensinn und Psychose“, lecture by Prof. Dr. Thomas Bock
15:15-15:45: Break in the cafeteria with small catering, campus tour, and the opportunity to talk to staff, students and Prof. Dr. Dr. Phil Langer
15:45-17:15: Interdisciplinary case understanding open for everyone interested (limited number of participants - please note the time change!)
17:30-19:00: Seminar on Categorization, Diagnostics and Psychopathology open to everyone interested
from 14:30 to 16:00 staff will also be in the cafeteria to answer your questions.
 

 

Please fill out this form, if you'd like to find out more about the programme (German only).

 

For people with psychoses and complex mental disorders, systematic cooperation between different professions and disciplines is essential. The development of care structures increasingly requires training programmes that enable and strengthen more effective multi-professional cooperation. The Master's programme is therefore specifically geared to the development of professional work with people with psychoses that is tailored to their needs and spans several sectors. These approaches can also be applied to people with other mental disorders. The programme has been successfully offered at the IPU since 2013 and is carried out in cooperation with the Charité-Universitätsmedizin Berlin, the Universitätsklinikum Hamburg-Eppendorf (UKE) and the Catholic University of Social Sciences Berlin (KHSB).

More information about the programme can be found here.