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Forum Topics Introduction

【Keynote Speech】

Keynote Speech (1) From Freud to Mind Biology: The Path of Dialogue between Art and Science

10/16 09:20-10:40

Dean of Huang Rongcun

Each era has its own special mental science problems. This speech will first use three types of historical scientific verifications: Molyneux question, subconscious and unconscious causal power, and free will to explain which development of contemporary brain science and neuroimaging should correspond to. The atmosphere of the times or the issues with the characteristics of the times. The most critical of these is a complete and effective mental biology. What parts need to be included and how long will it take to develop?


Eric Kandel (2012) pointed out that brain scans may have uncovered the neural signals of depression, but Beethoven symphonies show the real feeling of that melancholic state, so take this as an example of how the biology of mind can really be applied to art The dialogue with science and the subjective inner experience of human beings are topics worthy of future observation and development.

Keynote Speech (2)-1    Get rid of addiction: two or three things that practitioners must know
Addiction and Recovery: What the practitioner should know

10/16 11:00-12:30


Addiction treatment practitioners are confronted with a challenging treatment environment. Worldwide, the international War on Drugs has failed to reduce the supply or consumption of illegal drugs. The drug war's law enforcement criminal justice model punishes the individual substance user with costly police procedure and imprisonment. A public health strategy for addiction treatment is more effective and far less costly. Within a health care model there is room for medication-based management as well as psychological counseling. 

Modern psychological methods offer opportunities for assisting with the trauma of adverse childhood experiences, with the spiritual damage to self and family produced by years of addiction, and with the challenges of living sober and re-entering society and the workplace. In this presentation, special attention will be paid to management of relapses because both heroin and methamphetamine stimulant, major illicit drugs in Taiwan, are well-known to produce repeated relapses. There are effective medications (methadone, buprenorphine) to assist in managing opioid dependence. But, the treatments for stimulant dependence remain with several kinds of “talking” treatments, best carried out by trained practitioners and supported by community-based services. Practitioners must expect repeated relapses and high levels of treatment dropouts.

However, psychologists are well placed to use relapses as potential learning experiences on the irregular path to a stable recovery.

Keynote Speech (3) Ecopsychology and Green Care: Solving the Addiction of Civilization

10/17 09:00-10:20

Dr. Chen Junlin

Humans wake up from unconsciousness, emerge conscious self, and create a huge and convenient material civilization system, but it is becoming more and more difficult to extricate themselves. Ecopsychology and Green Care examines the drawbacks of alienation between man and nature, hoping to find a new model for eliminating addiction to material civilization and bridging the relationship between man and nature before the ecological environment collapses.

【Practical Lecture】

​Practical Lecture (1) Ethical Reflections on Online Consultation

10/16 13:40-15:10

Teacher Hong Lizhu

Remote counseling has developed into an important form of counseling professional services, and remote counseling has its own ethical issues to consider. This forum: 1. Overview of the ethical norms involved in remote consultation; 2. Discuss important issues that need attention in the face of ethical situations.

​Practical Lecture (2) System Cooperation: A Helping Professional Ability

10/16 13:40-15:10

Teacher Zhao Wentao

Most psychological professionals agree that systematic cooperation is necessary, but there is a lack of relevant training in development education. Whether as a counselor or a psychologist, they will inevitably encounter various professional systems outside, and they will often encounter obstacles, resulting in serious professional exhaustion and high turnover rate. In the long run, it is often detrimental to professional development in psychology. System cooperation does not conflict with existing practices, but with the addition of a system perspective and working method, through coordination and division of labor, the effectiveness of each helper can be enhanced.

​Practical Lecture (3) When Partner Counseling Meets HIV Different Partner

10/17 14:40-16:10

Teacher Cai Chunmei

Have you heard of "dissimilar partners"? When a counselor meets an HIV-dissimilar partner, are you ready to go into counseling for an HIV-dissimilar partner?

【Practice Forum】

​Practical Forum (1) Seeing the Light in the Cracks—Understanding the Relationship between Alcoholism and Humans from Biological, Social, Psychological and Spiritual

In this theme forum, Dr. Chen Yiqun and Professor Xiong Bingquan will analyze the medical treatment, psychotherapy, social family system and spirituality of the two cases of Taiwan Alcoholics Anonymous Association, hoping to better understand and describe the relationship between alcohol addiction and the client. A difficult and difficult relationship. Cases include the case of Alcoholics Anonymous conducted in English in Taiwan, and the case of Alcoholics Anonymous in Taiwan. The two cases have something in common: regular participation in AA, short-term individual psychotherapy, and psychiatric diagnosis of alcohol addiction, anxiety, obsessive-compulsive personality and so on.


​Practice Forum (2) The practice of single online psychological counseling under the epidemic situation - Deciphering the heart and home delivery

Divided into four sub-topics:

  1. The Practice of Single Online Psychological Consultation under the Epidemic - Demystification of Heart-to-Home Delivery - Chairman Huang Yaling 1. Under the epidemic, Taiwan's mental health will not be interrupted 2. The people's mental health under the epidemic needs to be undertaken by professionals 3. Remote mental health services The service structure of --- how to go from offline to online 4. How to organize a team to respond to the epidemic and establish a platform for remote mental health services

  2. Communication Helping Model: Seeing Relationships from Different Perspectives - Chairman Huang Kaixiang The one-time online consultation model of Heart Home Delivery is the product of the impact of the epidemic and information technology. Among the many social media, how do we choose these media channels? In these media, what difficulties and challenges will we encounter?

  3. The service structure of a single psychological consultation on the Xinzhai distribution line - The single consultation service provided by Li Guanyi psychologist Xinzhaipei needs to focus on the needs of the people in about half an hour, so that the people can leave with a sense of hope, and consultation does not mean consultation , the structure, rhythm, focus and consultation required for consultation are very different, and the Heart House gives us an opportunity to learn and practice a single consultation.

  4. Supervision and crisis management planning for online psychological counseling—Mr. Qiao Hong, although there is no current regulation that a licensed psychologist must continue to be supervised, but this time, a supervision team has been set up for the home delivery service, along with the on-duty psychologists participating in the service plan. Supervision services are available online. Speakers in the forum will introduce the establishment of this steering group and share their experience from the perspective of consultation ethics.

​Practice Forum (3) Research and Practice on Trauma Recovery for Sexual Trauma Survivors: Application of Trauma-Informed-Attachment Model

In the trauma recovery process of sexual trauma survivors, the individual faces not only the psychological damage caused by traumatic stressful events, but also the experience of early trauma/childhood adversity for most survivors of sexual trauma. Divided into three themes to share trauma recovery practices for survivors of sexual trauma:

First, trauma-informed-attachment relationship reconstruction model: Dr. Sun Songxian shared how to apply trauma-informed and attachment theory to sexual trauma rehabilitation practice, and a preliminary study on its effect.

Second, become a trauma-informed organization - take the whole core trauma recovery center as an example: the professional helpers of the whole core trauma recovery center, including Huang Yizhen counseling psychologist, Zheng Yulian social worker, and Lin Ruiying social worker, will share the sexuality in the institution Trauma recovery practice.

Third, the professional development of counseling in the healing of early childhood sexual assault trauma: Mr. Xu Yirong will share her empirical research results, and interview the first-line counseling psychologists who are actually engaged in early trauma healing to learn how they understand trauma Healing work and how to refine your expertise at work.

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