VIII Ibero American Congress Puerto Rico (brochure).cdr

Abstract submission
For presentation to the conference, those interested should submit an
abstract of their work(s) on topics dealing with Clinical Psychology
and/or Health Psychology in order to be presented as oral
communication, symposium or poster. Abstracts will be published in
“Recent Advances in Clinical and Health Psychology 2016” that
participants will receive at the beginning of the Congress. Abstracts
should have a length between 250 to 300 words and must be
submitted through the congress website (chapter “Abstract
submission”) before May 13, 2016. Abstracts should include: Type of
presentation, title, author(s), institution(s), address (rst author) and
e-mail. Deadline should be strictly observed for possible acceptance
and publication of abstracts and at least one of the authors of each
work must be registered to the Congress (before July 15, 2016).
Each author may submit up to three papers. Symposia consist of 4 or
5 different presentations around a central topic, and all the
presentations should be sent at the same time. It should include the
name of the chair and the title of the symposium. Posters are
presentations in written format. The size should be 80 cm. wide x
100 cm. high.
Secretary / Contact
Address: 151 Calle Tanca San Juan, PR 00901
E-mail: [email protected]
Registration fees to the Congress
Until June 30, 2106 From July 1, 2016
Professional members of APICSA
145 dollars
175 dollars
90 dollars
120 dollars
Professionals general
180 dollars
210 dollars
Students general
125 dollars
155 dollars
Profesionals special agreement
160 dollars
195 dollars
Students special agreement
110 dollars
140 dollars
Student members of APICSA
Note: Specialization, Master, and Doctorate students belong to the category of Students. They must
e-mail proof of their fulltime student status to the Secretary of the congress. Professionals and
students with "special agreement" fees must conrm their belonging to the institution which made
the agreement with APICSA (university/college registration, institutional license, etc. updated
2015/2016). After June 30, 2016 not refund available.
“Current challenges of Clinical
and Health Psychology”
San Juan (Puerto Rico)
September 27 - October 1, 2016
Workshop fees (for every workshop)
Carlos Albizu University
San Juan – Puerto Rico
Until June 30, 2016 From July 1, 2016
Professional members of APICSA
30 dollars
45 dollars
Student members of APICSA
25 dollars
40 dollars
Professionals general
40 dollars
55 dollars
Students general
30 dollars
45 dollars
Note: To participate in the workshops you must be registered in the Congress. The number of
assistants is limited and the duration of each workshop is four hours.
Method of payment
Ibero American Psychological
Association of Clinical and
Health issues (APICSA)
³Credit card (VISA, Mastercard) or Paypal:
Registrations by credit card or Paypal will be made through the
Main Hotel
Carlos Albizu University
San Juan – Puerto Rico
Sheraton Old San Juan Hotel
Limited availability
³Money transfer through Western Union:
E-mail to the Secretary of the Congress for registration with this form
of payment.
³Bank transfer:
Bank: BMN
Address: Paseo Emperador Carlos V, 15, 18008 Granada (Spain)
IBAN: ES59 0487 3378 5920 0001 3022
Account name: Asociación Psicológica Iberoamericana de Clínica y
Salud (APICSA)
Nota: The expenses charged by your bank to make the transfer are not shared, you must
take care of them in their entirety. Given the costs of this type of transaction, we do not
recommend registration for the conference in this way, except for residents in Spain or
the European Union.
APICSA Membership
APICSA is an association that was founded with the idea of bringing together
psychologists and other Spanish, Portuguese and American professionals
studying or working in the areas of Clinical Psychology and Health
Psychology from a behavioral or cognitive-behavioral perspective. To become
a member of the APICSA see the information on our website
VECA Foundation for the Advancement
of Clinical Behavioral Psychology
Group Advances in Psychopathology
and Behavior Therapy (APYTEC)
Annual fee*
55 dollars
50 dollars
*Includes subscription to Behavioral Psychology/Psicología Conductual - International
Journal of Clinical and Health Psychology (three numbers per year).
/ Inglés
/ Spanish
/ Portuguese
More information:
Tuesday September 27, 2016
A1. Intensive treatment of specic phobias in youth: Principles and
procedures. Thomas Ollendick (USA)
A2. Evidence based treatment for perpetrators of intimate partner
violence. Arturo Cantos (Puerto Rico)
A3. Tratamiento cognitivo conductual de los trastornos de la personalidad. Vicente E. Caballo (Spain)
A4. Las habilidades sociales y el éxito de hablar en público. María
Jesús Irurtia (Spain)
A5. Unied protocols for the transdiagnostic treatment of emotional
disorders in children and adolescence. Jill Ehrenreich-May (USA)
B1. Assessment of intimate relations in marriage and long term
relationships: A focus on treatments for conict and anger. Daniel
O'Leary (USA)
B2. Treating social anxiety disorder. Stefan G. Hofmann (USA)
B3. Optimizando la adaptación de niños y adolescentes en familias
inmigrantes. Cynthia García (Puerto Rico)
B4. Conciencia plena (“mindfulness”) y compasión: aplicación clínica
en ansiedad y depresión. Lucas Burgueño and Mª Jesús Irurtia
(Spain)B5. Domando al dragón. Terapia cognitivo-conductual
para el enfado patológico. Carmen Pastor y Juan Sevillá (Spain)
C1. Overcoming obsessive compulsive disorder in youth. Karen
Cassiday (USA)
C2. Entrenamiento práctico en la entrevista diagnóstica ADIS según el
DSM-5. Luis J. García López (Spain)
C3. Terapia de pareja centrada en emociones (TCE). Aida L. Jiménez
(Puerto Rico)
C4. Avances en terapia cognitivo conductual: de la teoría, la
investigación y la práctica. Guillermo Bernal (Puerto Rico)
Wednesday, September 28 - Saturday October 1, 2016
³What does an Ibero-American perspective of Clinical and Health
Psychology tells us about professional psychology? Antonio Puente
³Treatment of phobic and anxiety disorders in children and
adolescents: Where to go from here? Thomas Ollendick (USA)
³Prevalence, assessment, and treatment of physical aggression in
intimate relationships. Daniel O'Leary (USA)
³Overcoming social anxiety in teens: Cognitive behavioral techniques
for building social self-condence. Karen Cassiday (USA)
³Emotions in therapy. Stefan G. Hofmann (USA)
³Evaluación de las habilidades sociales y sus implicaciones para el
tratamiento. Vicente E. Caballo (Spain)
³Los efectos de la pobreza en los primeros cinco años de vida. Cynthia
García (Puerto Rico)
³El abuso psicológico en la sociedad actual: desde la escuela al trabajo.
María Jesús Irurtia (Spain)
³Programa de fortalecimiento de familias (SFP10-14). Evaluación del
proceso de aplicación. Larissa Nobre-Sandoval (Brazil)
³Estado actual del conocimiento empírico acerca de los agresores contra su
pareja íntima en Puerto Rico: qué sabemos. Arturo Cantos (Puerto Rico)
³Conciencia plena (“mindfulness”) y bromialgia. Antonella Galli (Peru)
³Lenguaje y psicoterapia: aportes de las ciencias conductuales
contextuales. Fabian Olaz (Argentina)
³Terapia cognitivo conductual para familiares de personas con trastorno
límite de la personalidad. Isabel C. Salazar (Spain)
³Tratamiento cognitivo conductual en el suicidio. Arturo Heman (Mexico)
³Terapia vivencial de la conducta: nuevo tratamiento de la ansiedad social.
Arturo Prieto (Chile)
³Albert Ellis y la terapia racional emotivo conductual (TREC): más de 30
años compartidos. Leonor Lega (USA)
³Imagen corporal, ejercicio de la sexualidad y vida en pareja cuando se
padece cáncer de mama. Ariel C. Núñez (Colombia)
³Pasado, presente y futuro del trastorno de ansiedad social en
adolescentes. Luis J. García López (Spain)
³Disociación y trastornos disociativos. Alfonso Martínez Taboas (Puerto
³Retos éticos en el trabajo con familias y parejas. Aida L. Jiménez (Puerto
³El estado de la ciencia en el tratamiento psicológico para poblaciones
latinas: una revisión sistemática. Guillermo Bernal (Puerto Rico)
³Why do I feel this way? Rumiation on social anxiety disorder. Mariela
Golberg (Uruguay)
³Terapia racional emotivo conductual con niños. Mª Celeste Airaldi
³El afecto negativo como objetivo del tratamiento transdiagnóstico. Laura
Hernández (Mexico)
Some topics of the Congress
³Assessment and treatment of psychological disorders
³Anxiety disorders in children, adolescents and adults
³Acceptance and commitment therapy (ACT)
“Current challenges for Clinical and Health Psychology”
Puerto Rico, September 27 - October 1, 2016
Registration form
Name: ___________________________________________________
Last name: ________________________________________________
Address: __________________________________________________
City: _______________________ State: ________________________
Postal code: _________________
Country: _____________________
E-mail: ___________________________________________________
Registration as:
Member APICSAa: Professional
Special agreement : Professional
Apicsa members must have paid their annual registration fee or pay it
with the registration to the Congress.
Students have to submit to the Secretariat a copy of their
university/college registration or student card updated.
They must prove their belonging to the institution of the agreement by
sending a copy of the institution license, certicate or registration.
Total payment:
Workshop (Number ______ / ______ / ______)....... US$ ________
Registration to the Congress...……………….…..... US$ ________
Annual fee of APICSA membership....................... US$ ________
TOTAL PAYMENT ............................................. US$ ________
Method of payment:
Credit card
Western Union
Bank transfer
³Rational emotive behavior therapy (REBT)
³Intervention in situations of conict and violence in the couple
³Immigration and resilience
³Psychological abuse: bullying and mobbing
³Measurement in Clinical and Health Psychology
³Psychological treatment of chronic diseases
³Lifestyle and health
Consider this information when registrating to Congress trought the website:
Main Hotel
The Sheraton Old San Juan Hotel offers special prices for Congress attendees.
Limited availability.