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Latin American Chapter: Student Travel Awards – Deadline to be announced.

Friday, November 17, 2017   (0 Comments)
Posted by: Sven Schneider
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Three student travel awards (US$ 500 ) will be available to support participation at the international SPR meeting in Buenos Aires, Argentina
 
Student members of LA-SPR are eligible to apply for a travel award if: (a) they are undergraduate, master or doctoral students; (b) they are in good standing in their graduate program (and they will still be a student at the time of their presentation); (c) their SPR membership is current; (d) they are first author on a paper or poster presentation; and (f) they will register for and attend the conference to present their work and receive their award in person. Awards will only be granted to students that attend the conference.  
 
Applications should include a cover page, an abstract of the presentation, a short CV, the accreditation of the student status, and the accreditation of current SPR membership. As soon as available, the acceptance letter from the SPR meeting should be added.
 
Applications should include an abstract of the presentation, a short CV, the accreditation of the student status, and the accreditation of current SPR membership.

 

ONLINE APPLICATION

 

Deadline extended to March 10th, 2019!

 

Notifications of award winners will be sent in March 2018.
 
Awarded students are expected to write a brief report about the Conference, to be published in the chapter’s newsletter.

 


 

PREVIOUS SPR-LA STUDENT TRAVEL AWARD WINNERS

 

48th International Annual Meeting in Toronto, Canada

  • Javiera Duarte, Chile,  Patients’ experience on moments of meeting in psychotherapy: Preliminary results from micro-phenomenological interview.
  • Pricilla Braga Laskoski,  Brasil, Studying psychotherapeutic process: a single-case study of a patient with obsessive and dependent features,
  • Luan Feijó, Brasil,  Insertion of the technological resources of information and communication in psychodynamic psychotherapy: perception of the Brazilian psychotherapists.


47th International Annual Meeting in Jerusalem, Israel

  • Nicolás Suárez, Chile, Failure in psychotherapy from the experience of patients diagnosed with depression.
  • Daniel Espinosa, Colombia, Change Processes and Relational Experiences in Child and Adolescent Psychotherapy.
  • Lívia Sanchez, do Brasil, Associations between patient personality and symptomatology and countertransference in adult psychodynamic psychotherapy.

46th International Annual Meeting in Philadelphia, USA

  • Cecilia de la Cerda, Chile, Reflective functioning in relevant episodes in psychotherapy processes.
  • Caroline Leighton, Chile, Interaction between a polymorphism of the gene of the promoter region linked to serotonin transporter (5HTTLPR) and environmental factors in depressive patients: beyond the stress vulnerability model.
  • Javier Fernández Álvarez, Argentina, Diving into the personal style of the therapist by applying the PST-Q and the ATOG-v.
  • Cibele Carvalho, Brasil, Changes assessment in child psychoanalytic psychotherapy
  • Nicolle Alamo, Chile, Contents of change in the therapeutic process with children: a conceptual study of the main child psychotherapy theories.


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