V. Symposium Empirische Forschung in der Forensischen Psychiatrie, Psychologie und Psychotherapie – EFPPP 2015

When: 12. - 13. November 2015

Where: social center of the Asklepios clinic Göttingen

We are cordially inviting!

The EFPPP is a joint symposium of the University Göttingen, Hamburg and Homburg and will be aligned this year by the main focus professorship forensic psychiatry and psychotherapy of the University Göttingen in connection with the Asklepios clinic for forensic psychiatry and psychotherapy Göttingen. The aim of this symposium is to present recent empirical results of diagnostic, treatment, prognosis approaches and to discuss their relevance for forensic psychiatry. Especially research projects of younger scientists and therapists are welcome. The three best assignments will be awarded. For the first time, the benefit of neurobiological findings relating to forensic psychiatry will be discussed in a “post conference discussion” this year.

We ask for registration and submission of contributions for the application for one of the three offered prices until the 30th of October 2015.

You can find more information here:

  • The program for download
  • The registration for the symposium
  • Information about accommodations
  • Information about the arrival

For further questions and information please contact us at the following e-mail address:


We hope to have aroused your interest and would be pleased to welcome you to this event in the social center of the Asklepios clinic Göttingen.

Prof. Dr. J. Müller, PD Dr. Kirsten Jordan, Dr. Peter Fromberger, M.Sc. Silvia Metzger

for the organization committee of the EFPPP 2015 and the Ludwig-Meyer prize of the Asklepios psychiatry Lower Saxony GmbH

Prof. Dr. P. Briken

for the Eberhard-Schorsch prize of the German Society for sexual research

Prof. Dr. M. Rösler

for the Hermann-Witter prize of the south-west German academy for further education for forensic psychiatry