Join us for the final opportunity to participate in the 25th Annual Conference of the International Network for Philosophy and Psychiatry (INPP) on

Crisis and Mental Health
Philosophical and Social Aesthetic Perspectives
23 May 2024 – 25 May 2024 at SFU Vienna

The conference aims to be a pivotal forum for exploring the intersection of crisis and mental health. We are thrilled to have an impressive lineup of keynote speakers who will share their insights and latest research, contributing to a deeper understanding of the challenges and opportunities in this field.

Don’t miss out on this enriching opportunity! Secure your spot now by visiting our conference website


Michael Musalek: „Crisis, mental health and Social Aesthetics“

Alfred Pritz: „War and Psychoanalysis“
Levent Kuey: „What Keeps Humankind Alive in Crises?“
John Sadler: „Rethinking Vice-Laden Psychopathology and Our Cultures of Vengeance“
Bill Fulford: „Values, Shared Decision-Making, and Person-Centred Medicine: Crisis or Opportunity for Clinical Care?“
Werdie van Staden: „A Crisis in the Quest for Psychiatric Biomarkers“
Anna Bergquist: „The Participatory Turn in Museum Curation as a Model for Person-CentredClinical Care“
Guenda Bernegger: „Sense of Possibility and Imagination to Counter Crises: A Philosophical and Social Aesthetic Perspective“
Thomas Fuchs: „Crises of Trust in Psychiatry and Society“

Scientific Committee

Michael Musalek (Austria)

Gerhard Benetka (Austria)
Bill Fulford (United Kingdom)
Giovanni Stanghellini (Italy)
John Sadler (USA)
Werdie Van Staden (South Africa)
Michael Wong (China)
Thomas Fuchs (Germany)
Oliver Scheibenbogen (Austria)
Guenda Bernegger (Switzerland)
Guilherme Messas (Brazil)
Arnaud Pagnol (France)
Anna Bergqvist (United Kingdom)

Prof. Michael Musalek, MD

Prof. DDr. Alfred Pritz

Sigmund Freud Private University
Faculty of Medicine
Freudplatz 3, 1020 Vienna

Early bird: 350€ (till 22 Dec. 2023)
Regular fee: 450€
Student early bird: 150€ (till 22 Dec. 2023)
Student regular fee: 250€

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