1st Conference for prevention and care in filio-parental violence

Presentation of the Spanish Society for the Study of Filio-parental Violence (SEVIFIP) in Barcelona

Auditorium of Cosmocaixa Barcelona, 9 October 2014


9 h: Receiving and delivering documentation

9.30 h: opening table

  • Honorable Mrs. Neus Munté Fernandez, Counsellor for Social Welfare and Family of the Generalitat de Catalunya.
  • Joan Mateo Andrés, Secretary of Educational Policy of the Department of Education of the Generalitat de Catalunya.
  • Nuria de José Gomar, Member of the Governing Board of the College of Journalists of Catalonia.
  • Javier Urra Portillo, President of Sevifip.
    Presents: Montserrat Magrané Delfin, Director-general of Amalgama7, therapeutic and educational care for adolescents, young people and their families.

10 h: Round table 1:
Presentation and discussion on some studies to the environment of the phenomenon of filio-parental violence (VFP)

  • Esther Calvete, Senior Lecturer in the Department of Personality, Evaluation and Psychological Treatment. University of Deusto. vizcaya.
  • M. Claustre Jané, Director of the Master's Degree in Child-Juvenile Psychopathology. Autonomous University of Barcelona.
  • Urea Autet, Catalan Society of Child-Juvenile Psychiatry. Hospital Sant Joan de Déu – Althaia. Manresa.
  • Maite Ferrando, Director of Research Programs at VFP. University of Valencia.
    Presents and moderates: Joan Colom, Assistant Director General of Drug Dependencies. Public Health Agency. Generalitat de Catalunya.

11.45 h: Introducing SEVIFIP to the media

12 h: Round table 2:
Police, lawyers, prosecutors and judges: the legal-legal response to the VFP.

  • David García, Magistrate of the Court No. 3 of Barcelona.
  • Susana Martín, Juvenile Prosecutor, Barcelona Prosecutor's Office.
  • Jordi Cabezas, Lawyer, Doctor of Law and Professor at the University of Barcelona.
  • Jordi Manent, Sergeant of the Juvenile Unit, Office of Child Care (OAM), Mossos d'Esquadra.
    Presents and moderates: Francisco Romero, Technical Team of Public Prosecutor's Office of Barcelona, Vocal of Justice of SEVIFIP.

14 h: Lunch (organized in the Cosmocaixa venue itself)

15.15 h: Round table 3:
Models and assistance responses.

  • Javier Urra, Director of the Recurra-Ginso program. Madrid.
  • Roberto Pereira, Director of Euskarri, Center for Intervention and Training in Filio-parental Violence. Bilbao.
  • Jordi Royo, Clinical Director of Amalgama7, Therapeutic and educational care for adolescents, young people and their families. Barcelona.
  • Rafael Yague, Delegate of the Amigó Foundation in the Valencian Community.
  • Javier Navarro, Manager of the Pioneers Foundation. Logroño.
  • Francisco Romero, Technical Team of Child Prosecution of Barcelona.
    Presents and moderates: Jordi Labária, President of the Portal Foundation.

17 h: pause

17.15 h: Round table 4:
Philoline-parental violence. Contributions from parents and children.

Coordinates: Amalgama7 and Fundación Portal, helps boys and girls with dual pathology and their families.
Presents and moderates: Anna Velilla, Director of Residential Centers and Family Care of Amalgama7.

18.45 h: Extraordinary closing conference:
Violence from a systemic perspective: social and political reflections on philol-parental violence.

  • Karolin Eva Kappler, Sociologist and political logist, phD in Sociology. Distance From Hagen and Bergische University Wuppertal (Germany) and Universitat Oberta de Catalunya (UOC).
    Presents: Javier Urra, President of SEVIFIP.


  • Administrations
    • Generalitat de Catalunya: Departments of Social Welfare and Family, Education, Justice and Health
    • Government of Andorra: Ministry of Health and Welfare
    • Síndic de Greuges
    • General Council of the judiciary
    • Barcelona Child Prosecutor's Office
    • Mossos d'Esquadra and Office of Child Care
    • Consortium of social services in Barcelona
    • Ayuntamientos, Barcelona, Rubí, Sant Just Desvern, Santa Coloma de Gramenet, Santa Eulàlia de Ronçana
  • Professional colleges
    • Psicólogos, Médicos, Enfermeras, Trabajadores y educating sociales, Abogados, Periodistas
  • Hospitals
    • Hospital Clínico, Sant Joan de Déu in Barcelona and CSMIJ (Cornellà, Granollers, Mollet, Vilafranca), H.U. Vall d'hebron, Althaia-Manresa, Hospital Santa María-UD Arnau of Vilanova de Lleida, Fundación Sanitaria Sant Pere Claver
  • Universities
    • Universidad Autónoma de Barcelona, Universidad de Barcelona, Universidad Nacional de Educación a Distancia (UNED), Ramon Llull-Fundación Pere Tarrés, URL-Blanquerna, Universidad de Girona, Open University of Catalonia (UOC)
  • Schools
    • School Of Thenia-Patmos, Ceir-Arco School, Lexia School, Pía Nostra Senyora School, Cor School of Maria Sant Celoni, INS Poeta Maragall, Salvador Seguí Institute, French Lyceum of Barcelona, Salesians of Sarris, Salesianos Sant Jordi
  • Primary/specialized service
    • Aina Psychotherapy, AvanPsi-Psychological Care, CITA, Eduvic SCCL, Fasi, ITA, LOAPSI, Pere Porter Counselling, Happy Program, Family Support GyQ srl, Strategic Brief Therapy, Travel Tuition
  • Third Social Sector Entities
    • Association wellbeing and Development-ABD, ACTUA SCCL, Association of Exdrogodependents of Catalonia-AEC GRIS, Asociación Raíces, Association of Lesbian and Gay families, association Embalum, Voluntary association "La Caixa" BCN Sud, association Xaloc Russafa, Cáritas Diocesana de Barcelona, Fundación Adana, Fundación Ayuda y Esperanza, Fundación Idea, Fundación IReS, Fundación Main, Fundación Pere Tarrés, Fundación Privada Montsià, Fundación Privada Portal, Fundación Sanitaria Sant Pere Claver, INTRESS , Foundation for Education La Granja, Sociedad Catalana de Psychiatatría Infanto-Juvenil, Suara Cooperativa, ADHD Catalunya, ADHD Vallès
  • Spanish State Specialists
    • Recurra-GINSO Program (Madrid)
    • Euskarri (Bilbao)
    • Pioneers Foundation (Logroño)
    • Fundación Amigó (Valencia)
    • Universities of Deusto and Valencia