Violence Prevention in Family, Kindergarden and School System

Thursday, 15. October 2009 | 16:00 Uhr


Manfred Cierpka


University Heidelberg

Manfred Cierpka

Cierpka Manfred was born 1950 in Nürtingen. He is psychiatrist, psychoanalyst, family therapist; married with the child psychotherapist Astrid Bruess, 2 children.

1987-91 – Residencies in psychosomatics, psychiatry, psychotherapy at the University of Ulm. Dir. Outpatient Clinic of Psychotherapy Ulm

1991-98 – Prof. Center Family Therapy, Univ. Goettingen

1998 – Chair Department of Psychosomatic Cooperation Research and Family Therapy, University of Heidelberg: 1989 – Dir. Lindau Psychotherapy Weeks

Author: Assessment of Families with a Schizophrenic Offspring, 1990; FAUSTLOS – how children learn to solve conflicts. Herder, Freiburg, 2005. Editor: Textbook of Family Diagnostics, 2003, Psychotherapy of Eating Disorders, 1997; Violence Prevention, 2005; together with V. Thomas, D. Sprenkle: Family Assessment – Multiple Perspectives, 2005. Journal editor Psychotherapeut, 1994-, Praxis der Kinderpsychologie und Kinderpsychiatrie, 1994.

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