2014 Prague Symposium on Crisis and Disasters Psychology EFPA - High risk populations in disasters and community resilience




Friday 21st of March 2014 Prague

Time: 8:30-12:00  Free  Admission

Venue: Ministry of Interior of the Czech Republic, Nad Štolou 3, Prague 7 Czech Republic

For further Information and inscription, please contact Stepan Vymetal




Ministry of Interior of the Czech Republic /  Union of Psychologists Associations of the Czech Republic

Charles University /  Standing Committee on Crisis and Disaster Psychology EFPA




Stepan Vymetal, PhD.

Psychology section, Security threats and Crisis Management Unit, Security Policy Dpt., Ministry of Interior, Prague, The Czech Republic

Psychology in Disaster Victim Identification


Simona Hoskovcova PhD.

Charles University

Visual and hearing impaired people in disasters – report on the EU project EUNAD


Professor William Yule PhD.

Institute of Psychiatry, London United Kingdom

Children and PTSD


Ingeborg Porcar Becker MA

Directora Unitat de Trauma, Crisis I Conflictes (UTCCB) Barcelona Spain

2 Case studies on PTSD in children in low impact critical events


 Eva Münker-Kramer MA

Clinical psychologist/Psychotherapist Krems/Donau Austria

Jana Malikova MA


How to built up knowledge and skills in Disaster and Crisis Psychology – a Council of Europe Funded project


Dominique Szepielak MA

French Federation of Psychology and of Psychologists/French Navy, Paris France

Radicalisation and the role of the victims, the situation in France


Magda Rooze MA

Senior advisor/expert EU Affairs Arq Psychotrauma Expert Group, Amsterdam, The Netherlands

TERRA Terrorism and Radicalisation – The staircase to terrorism


Professor  Nuray Karanci PhD.

Middle East Technical University, Psychology Department, Ankara, Turkey

Role and facilitation of community resilience in disasters