Joseba Achotegui’s Blog

Conference “Migration and mental health in a globalised world” 27th March 2020 Postponed until further notice Auditori CosmoCaixa c/ d’Isaac Newton, 26, 08022 Barcelona Programme  9.00h Accreditations 9.15h Opening Valentí Farràs, Director of CosmoCaixa Francesc Vilurbina, Director of Fundació Vidal i Barraquer Josep Ballester, Secretary......

The recognised North American journal “Psychoanalytic Dialogues – The International Journal of Relational Perspectives” has published the last article from Joseba Achotegui: Migrants Living in Very Hard Situations: Extreme Migratory Mourning (The Ulysses Syndrome). Abstract The article addresses the study of the specific characteristics of......

On Wednesday, December 4th, Dr Joseba Achotegui will present the Italian version of his successful book Migratory Intelligence, which has been published by the publishing house “Aracne editrice”. The presentation will be moderated by the psychologist and psychotherapist Sofía Ibarra; Leticia Marin (transcultural and migration......

Intervention of Dr. Achotegui at the United Nations today. Reading and approval of the manifesto for the right to family reunification and for help to immigrants with Ulysses Syndrome.    ...

Dr Joseba Achotegui has published the article “Migrants Living in Very Hard Situations: Extreme Migratory Mourning (The Ulysses Syndrome)” by “Psychoanalytic Dialogues. The International Journal of Relational Perspectives“. The article addresses the study of the specific characteristics of a particular type of mourning, migratory mourning.......

Next May 30, at 5:00 pm, Dr. Joseba Achotegui will give a talk at the University of Oxford, where he will talk about “Immigrants who live in extreme situations: Immigrant syndrome with stress and migratory grief – Ulysses syndrome “   DATA Venue: COMPAS –......