NEW conference DATE for 2022 confirmed! 

8 – 11 June EAPM 2022

Main scientific programme

Some of the main conference themes will be:

  • What are the consequences of stress and adversity in the “modern world” and what can we do? 
  • What are new challenges facing an aging population and are there new approaches? 
  • What are the consequences of homeland- or culture-loss and what can be done about them? 
  • What are the consequences of increasing sleep-loss worldwide, how does it influence mental health and vice versa? 

The different symposia and the full scientific programme will be online by end of March 2022! 

We are honored to confirm the following Keynote speakers for our conference:
(These speakers have been confirmed for the 2020 conference – Hopefully all speakers will be able to postpone their attendance to 2022!)

Eric R. Kandel
Nobel Laureate
“Memory and age-related memory loss”

Elisabeth Binder
Director at the Max Planck Institute of Psychiatry, Munich, Germany
“How adversity gets under the skin: from mechanisms to prevention and treatment”

Michael J. Lambert 
Psychology Professor, Brigham Young University, Utah, USA
“Side effects and harm through psychotherapy”

Ulrich Schnyder
Emeritus Professor for Psychiatry and Psychotherapy, University Hospital of Zurich, Switzerland
“Culture-sensitive psychotherapy and refugee mental health”

Markus Heinrichs
Director, Laboratory for Biological and Personality Psychology, University of Freiburg, Germany
“The biology of trust: from social hormones to psychobiological therapy”

Dieter Riemann
Head of the Department and Professor of Clinical Psychology and Psychophysiology, Freiburg University Medical Centre, Germany
“Sleep, insomnia and mental illness”

Susan Everson-Rose
Professor, Department of Medicine, University of Minnesota and President of the American Psychosomatic Society, USA
“Emotions, stress and cardiometabolic risk”


Hofburg Vienna
Entrance Heldenplatz
1010 Wien


Public transportation:

Tram: 1, 2, 71, D “Burgring”
Bus: 57A “Burgring”
Subway: U3 “Herrengasse”
City Bus “Michaelerplatz”