The Aeschi Working Group
MEETING THE SUICIDAL PERSON
The therapeutic approach to the suicidal patient
After 10 Aeschi Conferences the future of these highly successful professional meetings is uncertain.
The Aeschi Conferences have an unique format, in that they focus on patient-centered models of understanding and treating suicidal individuals. A special characteristic is that video-recorded interviews are shown and discussed in the plenary sessions.
The faculty members included therapists and researchers with a professional background ranging from psychoanalysis to concepts of cognitive behavior therapy, collaborative therapy approaches, etc.
If any colleagues familiar with the special Aeschi format are interested in continuing the Aeschi tradition – please contact Konrad Michel (email@example.com) or Michael Bostwick (firstname.lastname@example.org).
|The Guidelines for Clinicians||1st Aeschi Conference||2nd Aeschi Conference||3rd Aeschi Conference||4th Aeschi Conference||5th Aeschi Conference||Future events|
|The usual clinical practice||Clinicians' attitudes||Patients' dissatisfaction||Non-attendance in aftercare||Treatment failures||New perspectives||Patients' narratives|
|Patients' inner experiences||Joining the patient||CAMS||The Narrative Action
Theoretical (NAT) approach
|Mental pain||The Aeschi Group||Publications|
|Links||Hotel Aeschi Park||Destination Aeschi||THE BOOK|