CONGRESS PROGRAM

SLOGAN: “The Clinical Effectiveness of Mindfulness:  Looking at the Evidence as Critically as Possible”

19 JUNE

Kabat-Zinn Retreat (Panorámica room east) 250 people

 Embodied and Enacted Wisdom in the Service of Healing and Transformation:  A Day of Mindfulness Practice and Dialogue—with Jon Kabat-Zinn.

Simultaneous interpretation, receivers, public address system. NO RECORDING/NO STREAMING

PRICE: €200

INTERNATIONAL MEETING:

19 JUNE

Accreditations 4–8pm WTC auditorium reception

20 JUNE

9am Inaugural address. Authorities.

9.30–11.00am Lecture Kabat-Zinn (Auditorium) (simultaneous translation) A Renaissance in the Making:  The Potential Impact, Promise, and Challenges—Ethical, Scientific, and Otherwise—Inherent in the Mainstreaming of Dharma Through Mindfulness-Based Programs 

11–11.30am Coffee break

11.30am–12.30pm Lecture. Sara Lazar, Harvard University, MA, USA (Auditorium): “Meditation and the brain”

12.30–2pm Round table discussion and debate: “Mindfulness and the problem of the ego: Deconstructive practices” William Van Gordon, University of Derby, UK. Edo Shonin, UK. Joaquim Soler, University of Barcelona. Javier Garcia Campayo, University of Zaragoza, Spain

Continuous practices (Aragón 1)

2–4pm LUNCH BREAK

4–5pm Lecture Vimalasera: What is Mindfulness-Based Addiction Recovery (MBAR)?

5–5.30pm Coffee break

5.30–8.30pm SIMULTANEOUS WORKSHOPS (PRIOR REGISTRATION)

Vidyamala, Canada (large room) “Engage. Connect. Act: How mindfulness and kindness can change the world”

Sara Lazar, Harvard University, USA (Aragón 200) Consecutive interpretation: “Mindfulness and compassion in clinical practice: understanding how brain changes improve clinical symptoms”

Marcelo Demarzo, Federal University of São Paulo, Brazil (180) (Spanish) “Claves para la introducción de mindfulness en los sistemas sanitarios públicos” (Keys for introducing mindfulness into public health systems)

Dorinda Udias, Mita Adriana Beutel and Natalia Veira, BMIT Galicia. “Cocinar y comer conscientemente” (mindful cooking and eating)

Perla Kaliman, Investigadora asociada Universidad de California-Davis (español): “Estrés y meditación: de la mente a los genes ”

21 JUNE

9–10am Lecture Willem Kuyken, Oxford Mindfulnes Institute, Oxford, UK: “Mindfulness unpacked”

10–11.30am Round table discussion TOPIC Research on mindfulness (I)

Zev Schumann-Olivier, Harvard University, USA: “Mindfulness training for Primary Care Health behaviour change”

Jesus Montero, University of Zaragoza, Spain: “Is self-compassion the same or different across cultures?”

Ausias Cebolla, University of Valencia, Spain. “Putting into the body of others: Using virtual reality to develop compassion”

Daniela Oliveira, Alex Terzi, Marcelo Demarzo, Mente Aberta- Brazilian Centre for Mindfulness and Health Promotion, Federal University of São Paulo, Brazil: “Promoting wellbeing and improving social and emotional skills for educators in Brazil from a Freirian perspective: the Mindfulness-Based Health Promotion Educators (MBHP-Educa) program”

11.30am–12pm Coffee break

12–1pm Lecture Edo Shonin and Van Gordon, University of Derby, UK: “Mindfulness of Emptiness and the Emptiness of Mindfulness”

1–2.30pm Round table discussion: The future of Mindfulness: The perspective of Latin America/Spain

Juan V. Luciano, Sant Joan de Déu Healthcare Park, Barcelona: “Cost-effectiveness of mindfulness-based psychotherapies (MBSR & MBCT)

Martin Reynoso, INECO Foundation, Buenos Aires, Argentina: "Mindfulness in the mainstream: the experience in a neurocognitive institute in Argentina".

Albert Feliu, Sant Joan de Déu Healthcare Park, Barcelona, Spain: “Preliminary results from the Ultreya Project: “The effects of the pilgrimage to Santiago de Compostela on mindfulness, mental health and wellbeing”

2–4pm LUNCH BREAK

4–5pm Lecture Vidyamaya, Canada (Auditorium) (simultaneous interpretation) “Engage. Connect. Act: How mindfulness and kindness can change the world”

5–5.30pm Coffee break

5.30–8.30pm SIMULTANEOUS WORKSHOPS (PRIOR REGISTRATION)

Willem Kuyken, Oxford University, UK (Auditorium) (simultaneous interpretation) “The Science and Practice of Mindfulness-based Cognitive Therapy: Mindfulness and mindfulness-based cognitive therapy”

Edo Shonin and William Van Gordon, Derby University, UK (Expos) consecutive An Introduction to Meditation Awareness Training and Second-Generation Mindfulness-Based Interventions”

Vimalasera, Canada (Aragón) consecutive interpretation: The vicious cycle of addiction: A simple session from Mindfulness-Based Addiction Recovery (MBAR)

Continuous practices (Aragón 1)

22 JUNE

9–10am Lecture Javier Garcia Campayo University of Zaragoza, Spain. “Mindfulness en el siglo XXI: De la evidencia a la búsqueda de la tradición” (Mindfulness in the 21st century: from evidence to the search for tradition)

1011.30am ROUND TABLE DISCUSSIONS

TABLE 1.- "Mindfulness en salud mental” (Mindfulness in mental health)

Ausias Cebolla, University of Valencia, Spain: “Experiencia directa  sobre la ingesta (mindful eating) en condiciones extremas de peso: de la anorexia a la obesidad mórbida” (Direct experience on m9indful eating in extreme weight conditions: from anorexia to morbid obesity)

Matilde Elices, Autonomous University of Barcelona, Spain: "Impulsividad o emocionalidad. Claves del efecto del mindfulness en poblaciones con autolesión y suicidio” (Impulsiveness or emotionality. Keys to the effect of mindfulness in populations with self-harm and suicide)

Rosa Tejedor, Barcelona, Spain: "Diferencias en mindfulness entre trastornos psiquiátricos: ¿Es el mindfulness estado de ánimo dependiente?” (Differences in mindfulness between psychiatric disorders: Is mindfulness a dependent state of mind?)

Miguel Garriz, Institute of Neuropsychiatry and Addictions MAR Healthcare Park. Barcelona, Spain:  "Efectos del MBCT en el procesamiento emocional de personas con desregulación emocional” (Effects of MBCT on the emotional processing of people with emotion dysregulation)

Fernando de Torrijos, Worcester, USA: “Una "pizca" de armonía en medio del caos: cultivando mindfulness con pacientes psiquiátricos agudos” (a “hint” of harmony in the midst of chaos: cultivating mindfulness with acute psychiatric patients)

TABLE 2.- Mindfulness en la Educacion Universitaria (Mindfulness in university education)

Marta Modrego, Master’s Degree in Mindfulness, University of Zaragoza, Spain. “Eficacia de un protocolo de mindfulness en jóvenes universitarios de la Universidad de Zaragoza” (Effectiveness of a mindful protocol for young students at the University of Zaragoza)

Miguel Angel Santed, Faculty of Psychology, Spanish National Distance Education University (UNED): “Mindfulness en la Universidad” (mindfulness at university)

Enric Benito, Majorca and Javier Garcia Campayo, University of Zaragoza, Spain: “El programa de la Universidad Francisco de Vitoria” (The Francisco de Vitoria University programme)

Alba Lucero Lopez Diaz, Universidad Nacional de Colombia: "Compasión en enfermeras de Colombia en relación a otros países europeos"

TABLE 3.- Actualización en Terapia de Compasión (Updating Compassion Therapy): Javier García Campayo (Coordinator),

Constanza Calatayud, University of Valencia, Spain, certified teacher of the MSC programme, Vice President of AEMind: “La autocompasión: mitos y desafios” (Self-compassion: myths and challenges)

Mayte Navarro, Master’s Degree in Mindfulness, University of Zaragoza. “Terapia de compasión basada en los Estilos de Apego” (Attachment-based compassion therapy)

Gonzalo Brito, Nirakara, Madrid, Spain: "Entrenamiento en el Cultivo de la Compasión (CCT): El modelo de Thupten Jinpa desarrollado en la Universidad de Stanford” (Compassion Cultivation Training: The Thupten Jinpa model developed at Stanford University)

Edgar Gonzalez, University of Valencia, Spain: “El Protocolo de Entrenamiento en la Compasión de Base Cognitiva, de la Universidad de Emory” (The Emory University’s Cognitive-Based Compassion Training Protocol)

 Luiz Carlos S Lopez, Universidad Federal de Paraiba: "Auto-compassion, bien estar y sostenibilidad"

TABLE 4. Neuro-Fenomenología (Neurophenomenology). Roberto Aristegui and Claudio Araya, Adolfo Ibáñez University, Santiago, Chile.

Continuous practices

11.30am–12pm COFFEE BREAK

12–1.30 pm WORKSHOPS

Héctor Morillo. Master’s Degree in Mindfulness, University of Zaragoza, Spain: “Mindful eating”

Marta Modrego/Irene Delgado, Master’s Degree in Mindfulness, University of Zaragoza, Spain: “Mindfulness y pedagogía teatral: desmecanizar el cuerpo para desmecanizar la mente” (Mindfulness and theatrical pedagogy: to demechanize the body to demechanize the mind)

Ausias Cebolla, University of Valencia and David Alvear, Baraka, San Sebastian, Spain: "Introducción al Entrenamiento en bienestar basado en prácticas contemplativas” (Introduction to wellbeing training based on contemplative practices).

Fernando de Torrijos, Worcester, USA: “El rol de la poesía, la leyenda, el cuento, la visualización y el diálogo interno en el cultivo de la atención y el autoconocimiento” (The role of poetry, legends, stories, visualization, and internal dialogue in the cultivation of mindfulness and self-awareness)

Continuous practices

1.30–2.30pm Lecture Vivente Simón Professor of Psychobiology, University of Valencia, Spain:

“Mindfulness and self”

2.30–4pm LUNCH BREAK

4pm: Discussion ¿Qué es Meditación y Ciencia? (What is meditation and science?) Agustin Moñivas, Fernando Rodriguez Bornetxea, Dharmakirti Zuazquita, Javier Garcia Campayo

4.30–6pm 4 SIMULTANEOUS ROUND TABLE DISCUSSIONS

TABLE 1 DISCUSSION La Sabiduría como experiencia directa a lo largo del ciclo vital (Wisdom as direct experience throughout the life cycle). Coordinator Agustin Moñivas, Complutense Universitu of Madrid. Vicente Simón, University of Valencia; Enric Benito, University of the Balearic Islands, Palma; Natali Cardenas, Silvia Fernandez Nirakara Madrid, Spain.

TABLE 2.- DEBATE. Moderator: Javier Garcia Campayo, University of Zaragoza, Spain “Meditación: ciencia y tradición” (Meditation: science and tradition)

TABLE 3.- LECTURE Fernando Rodríguez Bornetxea, Baraka, San Sebastian, Spain: “La iluminación en el siglo XXI” (Enlightenment in the 21st century)

TABLE 4.- La importancia de los retiros en la práctica de mindfulness (The importance of retreats in the practice of mindfulness). Manu Mariño, BMIT programme, Santiago de Compostela; Oscar Zulueta, Ramiro.

Continuous practices

6–6.30pm COFFEE BREAK

6.30–8.30 WORKSHOPS

Axier Ariznabarreta and Elena Palomo, Baraka, San Sebastian, Spain: “Practica integral de vida” (Integral life practice)

Javier Garcia Campayo and Imanol Osacar, University of Zaragoza, Spain “Cognición eficiente según el Vedanta Advaita” (Efficient cognition according to Vedanta Advaita)

Silvia Fernández, Nirakara, Madrid, Spain: “Acompañar en la muerte: Mindfulness en hospicios y cuidados paliativos” (Accompanying in death: Mindfulness in hospices and palliative care)

Dharmakirti, Respiravida, Valencia, Spain: “Tocando la iluminación con el cielo” (Touching enlightenment with the sky)

Ramiro Ortega: “Purificación de la mente” (Purifying the mind)

DINNER at AURA RESTAURANT

23 JUNE

9–10am Lecture Joaquim Soler, Autonomous University of Barcelona “Ayahuasca vs mindfulness. Convergencias y divergencias” (Ayahuasca vs mindfulness. Convergence and divergence)

10–11.30am ROUND TABLE DISCUSSIONS

TABLE 1.- Ciencias contemplativas bienestar psicológico (Contemplative sciences psychological wellbeing)

  • Ausias Cebolla, University of Valencia, Spain: “Hacia el encuentro entre las ciencias contemplativas y la ciencia de la felicidad” (Towards the meeting between contemplative sciences and the science of happiness)
  • David Alvear, Baraka, San Sebastian, Spain: “Felicidad, ego y compasión: Hacia un modelo integrador de la felicidad” (Happiness, ego and compassion: towards an integrating model of happiness)
  • Gonzalo Brito, Nirakara, Madrid, Spain: “Efectos diferenciales y complementarios de las practicas de mindfulness y compasión” (Differential and complementary effects of the practices of mindfulness and compassion)
  • Edgar Gonzalez, University of Valencia, Spain: “Cambios semánticos en la definición de compasión tras un curso CBCT” (Semantic changes in the definition of compassion after a course of CBCT)

TABLE 2.- Situación de mindfulness y compasión en Latinoamérica (Situation of mindfulness and compassion in Latin America)

Marcelo Demarzo, Federal University of São Paulo, Brazil. “Mindfulness en Brasil” (Mindfulness in Brazil)

Martin Reynoso, Ineco Foundation, Buenos Aires, Argentina: “Situación de mindfulness y compasión en Argentina” (Situation of mindfulness and compassion in Argentina)

Roberto Aristegui and Claudio Araya, Adolfo Ibáñez University, Santiago, Chile. “Mindfulness y compasión en Chile” (Mindfulness and compassion in Chile)

Lynda Rojas, Parenthesis, Medellín, Colombia: “Mindfulness y compasión en Colombia” (Mindfulness and compassion in Colombia)

TABLE 3.- Educación No Universitaria (Non-university education)

Irene Delgado, Master’s Degree in Mindfulness, University of Zaragoza, Spain. “Elementos clave en la introducción de mindfulness en ESO: Detección, reflexión, diálogo, acción” (Key elements in the introduction of mindfulness in primary education: reflection, dialogue, action)

Carlos Garcia- Rubio, Complutense University of Madrid, Spain; Catherine Andreu, Pontifical Catholic University of Chile, Marta Herrero Lázaro and Raquel Rodríguez Carvajal, Autonomous University of Madrid, Spain et al.: “Educación contemplativa en la escuela primaria: estudio aleatorizado controlado sobre el impacto de mindfulness en el desarrollo de la competencia social y emocional” (Contemplative education in primary school: randomized controlled study on the impact of mindfulness in the development of social and emotional competence)

Pilar Aguilera, University of Barcelona, Spain: “El programa Escuelas Despiertas en la educación del mindfulness del profesorado, alumnado y familias” The Escuelas Despiertas (Wake Up Schools) programme for teaching mindfulness to teachers, students and families)

Mónica Valero, Jaume I University, Castellón, Spain: “Mindfulness en la intervención del TDAH: el impacto de un programa concreto para familias” (Mindfulness in the ADHD intervention: the impact of a specific programme for families)

TABLE 4: AVANCES EN MINDFUL EATING (PROGRESS IN MINDFUL EATING)

Héctor Morillo, Master’s Degree in Mindfulness, University of Zaragoza, Spain. Mindful eating: Experiencia y evidencia científica (Experience and scientific evidence)

Cuca Azimovic, Madrid, Spain: “Mindful eating para mejorar a salud de la microbiota” (Mindful eating to improve microbiota health)

Mireia Hurtado, psychologies, expert in mindful eating, Barcelona, Spain: “Aceptación de la imagen corporal y mindful eating” (Acceptance of body image and mindful eating)

Continuous practices

11.30am–12pm COFFEE BREAK

12–1.30pm ROUND TABLE DISCUSSIONS

TABLE 1: Estudios de Efectividad y Psicometría en Mindfulness (Studies of effectiveness and psychometry in mindfulness)

Juan V. Luciano, Sant Joan de Déu Healthcare Park, Barcelona: “Efectos clínicos e inmunológicos del MBSR en pacientes con fibromialgia: Resultados preliminares del Proyecto EUDAIMON” (Clinical and immunological effects of MBSR on patients with fibromyalgia: Preliminary results of the EUDAIMON Project)

Albert Feliu, Sant Joan de Déu Healthcare Park, Barcelona, Spain: “Propiedades psicométricas del FFMQ-15” (Psychometric properties of the FFMQ-15)

Luis Torruella, Pain Climic, Sant Joan de Déu Healthcare Park, Barcelona, Spain: “Efecto de un programa de Meditación Trascendental sobre el Estrés, la Flexibilidad Psicológica y la Variabilidad de la Frecuencia Cardiaca” (Effect of a programme of transcendental meditation on stress, psychological flexibility and variability in heart rate)

Jesus Montero, University of Zaragoza, Spain: “Validacion del Cuestionario Clinico de Burnout Subtipo Frenético: Una fase prodrómica del burnout clásico” (Validation of the clinical questionnaire on frenetic-type burnout: aprodromic stage of classical burnout)

TABLE 2 Biological research in mindfulness

Perla Kaliman, University of California-Davis: “Epigenetica del estrés y de la meditación” (Epigenetics of stress and meditation)

Marta Puebla, Master’s Degree in Mindfulness, University of Zaragoza, Spain: “Mindfulness, telomeros y epigenética” (Mindfulness, telomeres and epigenetics)

Carlos Valiente Barroso, Complutense University of Madrid, Spain, and Pontifical Catholic University of Puerto Rico: "Niveles de mindfulness e indicadores biológicos en mujeres de edad avanzada” (Levels of mindfulness and biological indicators in women of advanced age)

TABLE 3: Nuevas tecnologías y mindfulness (New technologies and mindfulness)

Marivi Navarro, University of Barcelona, Spain:  “Realidad Virtual para fomentar la práctica de Mindfulness en diferentes poblaciones” (Virtual reality to encourage the practice of mindfulness in different populations)

Alba López, Master’s Degree in Mindfulness, University of Zaragoza, Spain: “Programas de psicoterapia por ordenador con mindfulness” (Computer-based psychotherapy programmes with mindfulness)

Inmaculada Plaza, Teruel School of Engineering, University of Zaragoza, Spain: “Aplicaciones móviles para desarrollar mindfulness” (Mobile phone apps to develop mindfulness)

TABLE 4 MBCT Implementación y acceso en el sistema sanitario (MBCT Implementation and access in the health system)

Estrella Fernandez, MBCT-Spain, University of Bangor/AEMind: “El programa MBCT: Implementación y acceso. El estado de la cuestión” (The MBCT programme: implementation and access. The current situation)

Miguel Garriz, Institute of Neuropsychiatry and Addictions MAR Healthcare Park. Barcelona, Spain "Implementación del programa MBCT en el contexto del Programa de Soporte a la Primaria en Salud Mental Catalán” (Implementation of the MBCT programme in the context of the Primary Care Support Programme of the Mental Health Services of Catalonia)

Javier Garcia Campayo, University of Zaragoza, Spain: “Implantación del MBCT en salud mental en los sistemas sanitarios públicos” Implementation of MBCT in mental health services of public health systems)

Lecture TBD:

TBD (in relation with private sector agreements and insurance companies)

Continuous practices

1.30–2.30pm CLOSING LECTURE Federal University of São Paulo, Brazil: “Implementación de mindfulness en los sistemas de salud” (Implementation of mindfulness in healthcare systems)

2.30pm Closing discussion

PRESENTATIONS: Presentation Ibero-American Mindfulness Association

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