|Date / Time||October 23 (Friday)||October 24 (Saturday)||October 25 (Sunday)|
|Keynote speech 2||Keynote speech 4|
|10:30||Tea break||Tea break|
|11:00||Panel presentation 2
Oral presentation 1
|Panel presentation 4
Oral presentation 3
|14:30||Keynote speech 3||World Network Meeting|
|15:00||Keynote speech 1|
|16:00||Tea break||Panel presentation 3
Oral presentation 2
|16:30||Panel presentation 1||Closing ceremony|
|Keynote speech (60 minutes each)||
Amplifying children’s voices in therapy - A comparative study among Asian regions
How do the Asian family experience disaster and/or traumatic events?
Western models in Cambodia and China: MFT in the “majority world”
Rare but not alone: Children with genetic disorders
|Panel Presentation (90 or 120 minutes each)||
Family diversity and challenges of MFT in post-modern era
Disaster, trauma and family therapy
Family issues and family therapy development of South & Southeast Asia
Medical family therapy in the Asian region
|World Network Meeting (90 minutes)||
Family therapist's response to global disaster, COVID-19 pandemics
|Oral / Poster presentation (Open application)||We invite proposals for single paper presentations on conference tracks, including papers in progress. The goals of these papers are to share knowledge and to encourage critical dialogue among conference participants. Applicant, whose proposal is accepted, will deliver an oral/poster presentation during the conference period. Titles and abstracts of oral/poster presentation will be listed in the conference program.|
|Pre-conference workshop (3 hours each)||
Classic theories, neuroscience and culture in working with Asian couples
Technology and family therapy: What’s happening and what to monitor?
Distinguished speakers from 4 regions will deliver a keynote speech (each 60 minutes long).
We have invited 15 number of panelists from 10 countries to hold/feature four international panels. Panel sessions are particularly appropriate for topics that benefit from multiple perspectives, including disciplinary, institutional, and international perspectives. The panel presentations will provide panelists and audience the opportunity to exchange insights, engage in discussion, and learn from each other’s research and experiences. Each panel session will last 90 or 120 minutes including 10~20 minutes for discussion.
At the 2020 AAFT Conference, four international panel teams, each consisting of specialists from 3 countries, will deliver presentations on the special topics (each 90 or 120 minutes long)
Representatives from distinguished organizations such as AAMFT, AFTA, EFTA, AAFT(AU), IFTA, JMFT & AAFT(Asia) will have a dialogue regarding contemporary issues in MFT (90 minutes long).
Poster presentations have become a growing component of AAFT conferences, and the 2020 conference will showcase posters in a space that allows a large number of participants to engage with each poster presenter. They are particularly useful for presenting emerging work and preliminary attempts, but may also be an excellent means of engaging in detailed dialogue about completed projects.
Applicant, whose proposal is accepted, will deliver a poster presentation during the conference period. The conference organizer will provide the backing boards and other materials for displaying the posters. Poster titles and abstracts will be listed in the conference program.
We invite proposals for single paper presentations on conference tracks, including papers in progress. The goals of these papers are to share knowledge and to encourage critical dialogue among conference participants. Applicant, whose proposal is accepted, will deliver a brief oral presentation either on October 23 or 24 (each 30 minutes long). Presentation titles and abstracts will be listed in the conference program.
We invite you to submit an abstract for presentation at the 7th Asian Academy of Family Therapy (AAFT) Annual Conference. The 2020 AAFT Conference in Seoul, Korea, from October 23 through 25, 2020, focuses on Family Therapy in Dynamic Asia. Open application is available either for oral presentation or poster presentation.
More to be added
Submission of proposals : Open now until May 15, 2020