MindBody/BodyMind – Osteopathy at the Interface of Body & Mind

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7 November 2015

MindBody/BodyMind – Osteopathy at the Interface of Body & Mind

the team of the Vienna School of Osteopathy (WSO) is delighted to invite you to a congress on the exiting topic „MindBody | BodyMind – Osteopathy at the Interface of Body & Mind“, held from 21 to 26 April in Vienna, Austria. This congress aims at bringing together experts from the fields of neurosciences, psychotherapy and osteopathy to shed more light on the various aspects of the topic and to get one step closer to the ideal of a truly “holistic” treatment.

Scientific research of the past decades has been able to confirm A.T. Still’s early theory of the „Triune Man“ and to show more and more clearly how body and mind, closely and inseparable linked, work as a unit. Concepts like the bio-psycho-social model, psycho-neuro-immunology, placebo and nocebo effects, or the embodiment of mental traumas have found their place in mainstream medicine. Now it is about time to put more focus on these issues also in osteopathy. Please find more details in the entire congress programme (see link below):

Please find the entire congress programme under:

http://www.wso.at/kongress/Congress_programme_MindBody-BodyMind_ENGLISH.pdf (4,5 MB)



Date: 21- 26 April 2016

Congress: Parkhotel Schönbrunn, Vienna, Austria

Pre- & Post-Congress Workshops: Vienna School of Osteopathy (WSO)

Organiser: Vienna School of Osteopathy (WSO)
Website: congress.wso.at


Target group

Congress: The congress is addressed to osteopaths, osteopathic students, physicians, physical therapists, medical students, psychologists and psychotherapists. The participation in some workshops is reserved to osteopaths and osteopathic students.
Pre-Congress Workshop: Osteopaths & osteopathic students from the 1st year onwards.
Post-Congress Workshop: Graduates of an osteopathic education of at least 5 years.



Please register online under congress.wso.at.
The registration is open from 20 October 2015 to 10 April 2016.

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