Congres VAE – In/Out of control ?!

May 14, 2024 -

 May 14, 2024

Bouchout Castle in Meise, Flemish Brabant, Belgium

Dear colleague,

We look forward to welcoming you all to our next conference on Tuesday 14 May 2024.
This year’s conference will be held at the Château de Bouchout, in the magnificent botanical gardens of Meise.
The programme includes a number of fascinating speakers from home and abroad.

    • 9:00: Welcome
    • 9:30: Welcome by the chairman
    • 9:40: Plenary lecture: Christina Segura: The relationship between BED, obesity and other eating disorders
    • 10:25: Presentation of poster award and presentation
    • 10:45: Break
    • 11:15: First series of workshops
      • Christina SeguraThe therapy of BED and emotional eating: Segura’s way of working
      • Marleen de Winne: Emotion regulation in binge eating disorder
      • Cees Boerhout: Psychomotor therapy and the role of anger and aggression in emotion regulation
    • 12:30: Lunch
    • 13:30: Second series of workshops:
      • Charlie Paludanus: Healthy regulation as a basis for recovery from binge-related eating disorders
      • David Ketteridge and Michelle Vanhelden: Addicted to food?
      • Celien Rombouts: Intuitive eating
    • 14:45: Break
    • 15:00: Plenary lecture: Dr Hendrik Peuskens: What can we learn from addiction care?
    • 15:45: Plenary lecture: An Vandeputte: The construction kit of the new care offer for eating disorders
    • 16:30: Closing

During lunch and until the Botanical Garden closes at 6pm, you are free to walk around the Botanical Garden.

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Poster competition – deadline for submission of abstract and pdf poster, 1 May 2024
Presentations of both ongoing and completed research can be submitted as posters. Abstracts and posters will be submitted to the scientific committee for approval. If your poster is withheld, you will have the opportunity to give a short presentation on your poster during the break. Moreover, a cash prize will again be awarded for the three best posters!
The abstract includes: author(s), title (max. 200 characters), problem statement, method and results. The dimensions of the poster are max. 90 x 120 cm (width x height).
Submit via [email protected] no later than Wednesday, May 1, 8pm.

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