established

1989

5000+

visitors annually

Welcome to Scandinavia's largest and longest-running multi-disciplinary mental health conference!

Welcome to Schizofrenidagene 2022 - Becoming oneself.

This year we'll be focusing on personality. How does one become oneself? What are the factors that promote healthy personality development? What can cause personality development to go off track? What can cause us problems in relating to others, expressing and regulating ourselves, and lead to personality problems and disorders? How can we create meaningful, effective treatments that promote growth and recovery?

The most prominent national and international experts will be joining us to shed light on the matter.  Hope you'll be joining us too!

 

PhD., ABPP, Psychologist, psychoanalyst, author
Professor, MD. Psychiatrist, psychoanalyst, author, editor
PhD., Associate Director of the Child Trauma Research Program , University of California.
Charles A. Dana Professor of Psychological and Brain Sciences, Colgate University

Conference calender

Monday 7. November

Tuesday 8. November

Weds. 9. November

Thurs. 10. November

Friday 11. November

See you next year!

Theatre Monday 7. - Friday 11. november

Debates during conference week

Art exhibition and artist talk

Mental health day for school leavers

Festival Monday- Friday

Childcare workers training day

Nancy McWilliams, of course! 
One of the most experienced professionals working within the field, and a gifted disseminator of clinical expertise... Read more

Nick Grey is a widely-respected expert in the field of CT-PTSD, which is currently being implemented in DPS's across the country...

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Throughout his entire career, Professor Michael Garrett from New York has  promoted the use of  psychological and psychosocial therapies for psychosis...Read more.

Åse-Line Baltzersen is the Communications Adviser at NAPP. She's deeply committed to ensuring quality treatment for people with personality disorders...Read more

Schizofrenidagene is above all a meeting place for mental health professionals.

For more than 30 years,  mental health workers have been making the journey to Stavanger for their annual top-up  of science, culture and community - and the smiles come thick and fast!