Grand thanked all the staff who worked at the Conference and described the achievement and participation in it as a “spiritual experience.”
He suggested that he look to the Conference as a brainspotting session, explaining that as well as “change does not begin in session; happens after the session and between sessions “, I would like to see” learning, growth, integration and healing “in the period between this Conference and the next one. He also emphasized the importance of observing this period with curiosity and of keeping us all connected.
Ramos said that the organizing committee was very grateful for the recognition and affection of all. He added that he wished that the exchanges that took place at the Conference could be the “seed of the germination of future projects that stimulate creativity, improve the practice, motivate scientific work and mobilize humanitarian aid.”
He ended by thanking and honoring the organizing committee and keynotes David Grand, Mario Salvador, Damir Delmont and Thomas Webber.