Psychosis Workshop - Indonesian Psychological Healthcare Center


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Our mental health workshops aim to offer our audience a fundamental and comprehensive overview of the intricacies involved in diagnosing and treating a myriad of mental health conditions.

Past Event Topic Psychosis Workshop

Psychosis describes a state wherein one’s mind loses contact with reality. Effecting information processing, psychosis causes individuals to experience (e.g. hear, see, feel) things that are, in reality, not present. Psychosis may also lead to delusional thinking. For instance, individuals may grow paranoid that others are conspiring against them.


Increase knowledge and understanding of the nature of psychosis, the symptoms and diagnostic criteria of schizophrenia and how psychosis is treated.

Event Overview

This event comprises 4 sessions.

The Introductory and two Scientific Sessions (Session 2A and Session 3) will be open-to-public. The Professional Session (Session 2B), and The Workshop session (Session 4) will be open to psychologists and other healthcare workers.

  • The Introductory Session will be offline and involve a general introduction to psychosis. Participants will be given the opportunity to attend presentations from representatives with hands-on knowledge regarding the realities of psychosis.
  • The Scientific Sessions and The Professional Sessions (Session 2A, 2B, 3) will be online and centre around developments in the field of psychosis research.
  • The Professional Session (Session 2B) will involve Compassion-Focused Therapy practicals and will only be open to psychology students working toward their professional masters (MaPro) and healthcare workers.
  • The Workshop Session (Session 4) will be online. Speakers will impart theoretical knowledge regarding CBTp, and participants will be given the opportunity to implement their understanding via a case study in which they will formulate a hypothetical treatment plan.
  • Psychologists attending Scientific Sessions, Professional Sessions (sessions 2-3) and the Workshop Session (session 4) will receive SKP IPK.

Session 1: December 3rd, 2022 (OFFLINE)

GoWork Fatmawati
Jl. RS. Fatmawati Raya No.188, RT.3/RW.4,
Gandaria Sel., Kec. Cilandak, Kota Jakarta Selatan,
Daerah Khusus Ibukota Jakarta 12420
Time: 09.00-12.00 WIB

  • A session open to the general public. Speakers from IndoPsyCare, Komunitas Peduli Schizophrenia Indonesia and Kopi Panas Foundation will introduce Schizophrenia, discuss its early symptoms, and share what members of the public can do if they notice these symptoms in someone they care about. Tickets to this first session are available by donating a minimum of IDR 10,000. This will be redistributed to Komunitas Peduli Schizophrenia Indonesia and Kopi Panas Foundation.
  • Every attendee will receive a voucher from Teduh.

Session 2A: December 4th, 2022 (ONLINE)

Open for: For members of the public
Time: 09.00-14.00

  • Hong Kong based Dr. Bernard A. J. Jap will speak on psychosis and neurolinguistics.
  • Dr. Marcel Riehle is slated to join us from Germany to discuss factors contributing to the negative symptoms and social outcomes of Schizophrenia

Session 2B: December 4th, 2022 (ONLINE)

Open for: Only open to professionals.
Time: 15.00-19.00

  • Dr. Leonie Ascone will host a workshop on Compassion Focused Therapy.

Session 3: December 10th, 2022 (ONLINE)

Time: 08.00-13.00 WIB
Open for: Public

  • Ms. Nurul Husna Salahuddin will speak about her research on treatment-resistant schizophrenia that she is currently conducting in Germany.
  • Molly Schenker will join us from the United States to speak on the significance of mental health awareness from a social worker’s perspective. She will also speak regarding her own past experience of psychotic episodes.

Session 4: December 11th, 2022 (ONLINE)

Time: 09.00-18.00 WIB
Open for: MaPro Students and Healthcare professionals.

  • IndoPsyCare founder Dr. Edo S. Jaya and psychologist Bianca Sutjiono will host a practical course on Cognitive Behavioural Therapy for Psychosis. This session aims to provide the audience with a hands-on understanding of how psychosis is treated.


In addition to speakers from IndoPsyCare, experts will be joining us from Germany, the USA, and Hong Kong!

dr. edo. s. jaya

Dr. Phil. Edo S. Jaya

Dr. Jaya is the founder, president director, and clinical director at IndoPsyCare. Dr. Jaya’s work has been published in leading journals in the field of psychosis. These include the Schizophrenia Bulletin, Schizophrenia Research, and Psychological Medicine.

bianca sutjiono

Bianca Sutjiono M. Psi., Psikolog

Bianca is a clinical psychologist at IndoPsyCare who is experienced in treating patients with depression, generalized anxiety disorder, panic disorder, obsessive-compulsive disorder, psychosis, and borderline personality disorder. We are excited to share that in July 2022 Bianca’s manuscript, wherein she discussed a case of psychosis, was published in Behaviour Change.

dr. riehle

Dr. Marcel Riehle

Dr. Riehle is a PostDoc at Universität Hamburg currently investigating how difficulties in social communication (such as diminished facial expressiveness) and subsequent social exclusion experiences may contribute toward the negative symptoms and social outcomes experienced by individuals with schizophrenia.

dr. leonie ascone

Dr. Leonie Ascone

Dr. Ascone is a junior research group leader at University Medical Center Hamburg-Eppendorf focusing on the effects of urban landscape on the human mind and brain, including psychopathology, cognition, and quality of life, in middle to old age.

dr. bernard

Dr. Bernard A.J. Jap

Dr. Jap is a postdoctoral fellow at the Hong Kong Polytechnic University. Broadly speaking, his research focuses on how language is processed in the human brain, which he investigates mainly through electrophysiological means (EEG).


Nurul Husna Salahuddin

Nurul Husna Salahuddin is a PhD student at Technische Universität München under the supervision of Prof. Josef Priller and Prof. Stefan Leucht. In addition to being the founder of a Well-Being Shelter – an organization focusing on providing community-based mental health intervention, Nurul has ample research experience. For instance, she previously worked as a research assistant at the International Centre for Aceh and Indian Ocean Studies (ICAIOS) and also Tsunami & Disaster Mitigation Research Center (TDMRC). Now, she is working at Klinikum rechts der Isar in Section for Evidence Based Medicine in Psychiatry and Psychotherapy as part of her doctoral course.

molly schenker

Molly Schenker

Molly Schenker is a licensed social worker with 10+ years of experience serving American communities experiencing severe and persistent mental illness, homelessness, addiction, and poverty. At the current time, she is a Team Leader and mental health specialist at a non-profit organization in the US called Resources for Human Development.


Syafrina Fitra Apriani, S. Farm.

Fitra is a Schizophrenia survivor who joined Komunitas Peduli Skizofrenia Indonesia (KPSI) in 2013. After her initial diagnosis in 2012, she underwent several therapies and entered into remission in 2018. Currently, Fitra is a homemaker and owns her own refreshments business. Aside from this, Fitra is a speaker at seminars hosted by Fakultas Kedokteran Trisakti, attends Kementrian Kesehatan (The Ministry of Health)’s events, and has partaken in a research workshop alongside students and lecturers at FISIP UI. All of her activities are done in collaboration with KPSI. In addition, Fitra was previously selected to participate in a competition between psychiatric institutions, representing RSJ Marzoeki Mahdi Bogor on World Mental Health Day 2014 in Singkawang Kalbar.


Prisia Nasution

Prisia is a model, and actress who founded Kopi Panas Foundation (KPF) in 2018. Prisia began KPF as a community that supported social causes. KPF aims to foster a fair and harmonious life for all. Prisia leads KPF’s various charitable endeavours, including a donations program that regularly distributes funding to individuals with mental health conditions and KPF orphanages. Further, Prisia heads several other collaborative programs, such as “ODGJ Berkarya” (People with mental illness are creative), that aims to increase awareness regarding mental illness.



Komunitas Peduli Skizofrenia Indonesia (KPSI)

Komunitas Peduli Skizofrenia Indonesia (KPSI) was established in 2009, marked by the creation of their Facebook group. Currently, KPSI has around members on Facebook. In addition, the organization has several programs oriented towards providing education and services for people with psychiatric problems, especially those who experience schizophrenia. This includes the provision of legal advice and support.

KPSI members include those with mental health disorders, their families, the medical community, and the general public. KPSI aims to foster an environment of openness, support, and enlightenment among its members.

Kopi Panas Foundation (KPF)

Kopi Panas Foundation is a non-profit organization focusing on humanitarian, environmental and animal rights issues. Founded by Prisia Nasution in 2018, KPF’s aims to facilitate just and harmonious lives amongst people and promote a sustainable environment.

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