the Rector, the Dean and the Organizer of the SFU Summer School have decided to postpone this year’s Summer School to 2021. The situation concerning the Covid-19 pandemic remains unclear. Due to this uncertainty, the SFU took measures in order to avoid a possible spreading of the Sars-Cov-2 virus.
At the moment it is scheduled that the programme of this year’s Summer School will be presented next year, most likely in the first two weeks of July 2021. We hope to welcome you then.
For two weeks, “Self-Concept, Identity and Prejudice” will be discussed from the following four psychotherapeutic perspectives: psychoanalysis, systemic family therapy, gestalt therapy, and person-centred therapy.
Each method will be focused on for one day: in the morning the theoretical foundations will be discussed; in the afternoon the focus will shift to treatment techniques, and in the evening participants will practice self-awareness based on these psychotherapy methods. In addition, Summer School participants will spend four afternoon sessions at the Sigmund Freud University’s Outpatient Clinic.
All Summer School sessions held in English.
The programme below of this year’s Summer School will be presented next year, most likely in the first two weeks of July 2021: