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Recorded Symposia

Editions 2021, 2020, 2019, 2018, 2017 & 2016

Now available the recorded webcasts of the 28th edition (September 2021), 27th edition (September 2020), 26th edition (April 2019), 25th edition (2018), 24th edition (2017) and 23rd edition (2016), as a standalone pack but also for all who registrer to the 2023 webinar with "FULL ACCESS" option.

The "FULL ACCESS" modality provides a pack with all the available options and you can find it at the WEBINAR section.

The 6 recorded symposia -2021, 2020, 2019, 2018, 2017 and 2016- provide a total of 75 hours of videos from 62 speakers. They are video streaming in high definition (HD) and audios in English (also translated in Spanish if you need to).


  • HD videos of speakers and slides.
  • Audio in English, and also in Spanish (simultaneous interpretation). Audio language can be switched at any time.
  • All recorded webcasts will be available until December 30th, 2023.

Registration & Access

Click on the image to watch the talks or to create a new registration:


Registration Fees

Recorded WEBCASTS 2021, 2020, 2019, 2018, 2017 & 2016 (all)
150 €

If you want to request a group discount, please contact us HERE.

Scientific Programme 2021

Recorded webcast 2021 Symposium Controversies Psychiatry Barcelona
View 2021 programme

  • Veerle Bergink (USA)
  • Michael Berk (Australia)
  • Christoph Correll (Germany/USA)
  • Pim Cuijpers (The Netherlands)
  • Katharina Domschke (Germany)
  • Paolo Fusar-Poli (United Kingdom)
  • Iria Grande (Spain)
  • Antoni Gual (Spain)
  • Sir Robin M. Murray (United Kingdom)
  • Kamilla Miskowiak (Denmark)
  • Rafael Penadés (Spain)
  • Brenda Penninx (The Netherlands)
  • Eduard Vieta (Spain)

Scientific Programme 2020

Recorded webcast 2020 Symposium Controversies Psychiatry Barcelona
View 2020 programme

  • Jeremy W. Coid (United Kingdom)
  • Philippe Courtet (France)
  • Manuel Eisner (United Kingdom)
  • Seena Fazel (United Kingdom)
  • Helen Fisher (United Kingdom)
  • Gail Gilchrist (United Kingdom)
  • Rachel K. Jewkes (South Africa)
  • James McGuire (United Kingdom)
  • Sian Oram (United Kingdom)
  • Mara Parellada (Spain - USA)
  • Dick Swaab (The Netherlands)
  • Norma Verdolini (Italy - Spain)
  • Eduard Vieta (Spain)
  • Rachel Yehuda (USA)

Scientific Programme 2019

Recorded webcast 2019 Symposium Controversies Psychiatry Barcelona
View 2019 programme

  • Borwin Bandelow (Germany)
  • Michael Bauer (Germany)
  • Catherine Belzung (France)
  • German Berrios (United Kingdom)
  • Christoph Correll (Germany/USA)
  • Sara Evans-Lacko (United Kingdom)
  • Oliver Howes (United Kingdom)
  • Eileen Joyce (United Kingdom)
  • John Kane (USA)
  • Colleen Loo (Australia)
  • Sanjay Mathew (USA)
  • Herbert Meltzer (USA)
  • Gitte Moos Knudsen (Denmark)
  • Carmine Pariante (United Kingdom)
  • Michael Thase (USA)
  • Eduard Vieta (Spain)

Scientific Programme 2018

Recorded webcast 2018 Symposium Controversies Psychiatry Barcelona
View 2018 programme

  • Michael Berk (Australia)
  • German Berrios (United Kingdom)
  • Christoph Correll (USA)
  • David Fowler (United Kingdom)
  • Guy Goodwin (United Kingdom)
  • Catherine Harmer (United Kingdom)
  • Thomas Insel (USA)
  • Michael Marmot (United Kingdom)
  • Robin Murray (United Kingdom)
  • Brenda Penninx (Netherlands)
  • Art Petronis (Canada)
  • Anita Riecher-Rösler (Switzerland)
  • Dan Stein (South Africa)
  • Jim van Os (Netherlands)
  • Eduard Vieta (Spain)
  • Alison Yung (United Kingdom)

Scientific Programme 2017

Recorded webcast 2017 Symposium Controversies Psychiatry Barcelona
View 2017 programme

  • Richard Bentall (United Kingdom)
  • German E. Berrios (United Kingdom)
  • Nick Craddock (United Kingdom)
  • Benedicto Crespo-Facorro (Spain)
  • Pim Cuijpers (Netherlands)
  • Damiaan Denys (Netherlands)
  • Wolfgang Fleischhacker (Austria)
  • Thomas Fuchs (Germany)
  • Mario Maj (Italy)
  • Peter McGuffin (United Kingdom)
  • David C Mohr (USA)
  • Jerrold F. Rosenbaum (USA)
  • Simon Wessely (United Kingdom)
  • Lex Wunderink (Netherlands)

Scientific Programme 2016

Recorded webcast 2016 Symposium Controversies Psychiatry Barcelona
View 2016 programme

  • Anthony Bateman (United Kingdom)
  • German E. Berrios (United Kingdom)
  • Lucile Capuron (France)
  • Jeremy Coid (United Kingdom)
  • Christoph Correll (USA)
  • Allen Frances (USA)
  • Elizabeth Kuipers (United Kingdom)
  • Ulrich Hegerl (Germany)
  • Raymond Lam (Canada)
  • Andreas Meyer-Lindenberg (Germany)
  • John O'Brien (United Kingdom)
  • Jim van Os (Netherlands)
  • Eduard Vieta (Spain)

Sample talk

  • Prof. Guy Goodwin, University of Oxford, UK.
  • Title: "Cognitive symptoms as a target for treatment of depression"
  • April 21st, 2018 at the 25 edition.
  • Prof. Goodwin's bio, the abstract, and some downloadable references are available at: BIO & ABSTRACT

Discounts for large groups

We offer special rates to certain groups of professionals. If you belong to any of them we recommend you visit the appropriate section.

  • Societies Program: for societies, associations and professional colleges.
  • Universities Program: for professors, researchers and students.
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