BABCP ANNUAL CONFERENCE
BRISTOL 14 - 17 JULY 1999
Thursday 15th July 1999 - Morning Sessions 9.00 - 11.30
Like Some Other Methods, Exposure is Sufficient but not Essential for Fear Reduction
Emotional Processing and the Transformation of Meaning in Post-Traumatic Stress
10.30 The Future
11.00 A Final
Common Pathway: Changes in Meaning are Responsible for the
Rumination and Generalisation in
Depression: Theory ands Research
A Comparison of Depressive Rumination and Anxious Worry
Psychological Processes in Bipolar Patients
Clients with Bipolar Disorders Demonstrate Depressive Thinking?
9.00 The Role of Shame
9.30 The Role of Shame in
Chronic and Entrenched PTSD
10.00 Shame and Disclosure
10.50 Shame in the Internal Relationship
11.20 Discussant: Chris Brewin: University College London
Continuing Professional Development
10.30 The Royal College
of Psychiatry Route
10.45 The British
Psychological Society Route
11.10 The United
Kingdom Council for Psychotherapys Role
Thursday 15th July 1999 Keynote Addresses 12.00 - 13.00
Are Behavioural and Cognitive Therapies
Professor Isaac Marks,
Chair: Dr David Richards, Chair of BABCP
Shame: The Good, the Bad and the Ugly"
Professor Paul Gilbert,
Chair: Professor Chris Brewin, University College London
Thursday 15th July 1999 - Afternoon Sessions 14.00 - 16.45
A Cognitive Approach to Auditory
Anxiety have a Role in the Maintenance of Persecutory Delusions?
Self-Discrepancies, Attributional Stability and Family Relations in Paranoia: Expanding
"Hypochondriasis':Health Anxiety and Beyond
14.30 Thinking About
Illness and Health
15.30 Title to be
16.00 Title to be
BTSTEPS: Results of a Multicenter RCT of Computer-aided Care in 200 OCD Patients.
of a Self-Help Room in a General Adult Psychiatry Service
Treatment of Chronic Fatigue in the Community: A Randomised Controlled Trial
15.30 Self Help
in Bulimia: Recruitment Problems in an Open Study of a Computer-Based CBT Package
Aided Therapy for Phobias - The Development and Function of the Maudsley Self Care Clinic.
Self-exposure Treatment of Recurrent Nightmares
14.00 Images and
Memories in Posttraumatic Stress Disorder, and in Other Axis I Disorders.
14.25 Images and
14.50 Imagery of Worst
Intrusions in Victims of Violence
16.00 The Role of
Movement Information in Traumatic Imagery
16.25 Effects of Mode
of Writing on Generating Traumatic Imagery
Preparation Enhances the Benefits of Video Feedback after a Stressful Social Performance
Modifications of Self-Consciousness during Feared Social Encounters
Implementing a New Cognitive Treatment for Social Phobia
Cognitive Therapy for Social Phobia
Examination of Psychological Health Related Behaviour: Coping, Mood, Affect Regulation and
14.25 Autobiographical Memory in
Posttraumatic Stress Disorder:
14.50 Is it Necessary to Revisit
Trauma While Treating Traumatophobia?
13.35 Dialectical Behaviour Therapy
with Eating Disorders
14.00 Cognitive Behaviour Therapy
Approaches to Disputing Automatic Thoughts: A Two-Stage Model
Formulating and Treating Shame, Humiliation and Guilt in Chronic Post Traumatic Stress Disorder: A Cognitive-Behavioural Approach.
Deborah Lee, The Trauma Clinic, London and
Frances Cole, General Practitioner and
Anger Treatment with Difficult Patients
Raymond W Novaco, University of California, Irvine, USA
Thursday 15th July 1999 Keynote Addresses 17.00 - 18.00
Is There a Role for Cognitive Therapy in the Treatment of Bipolar Disorder?
Professor Jan Scott
Chair: Dr Gill Haddock, BABCP President-Elect
'I'm a Doctor, Trust Me': Why Reassurance is Not Always the Best Way to Help People Worried About Their Health
Dr Paul Salkovskis
Chair: Dr David Veale, Groveland Priory Hospital, London
Friday 16th July 1999 Morning Sessions 9.00 - 11.30
Manualised Cognitive Therapy for Repeat Parasuicide
Everything I Know About Depression I Learnt From IVY
10.05 How Does
Cognitive Therapy for Residual Depressive Chronicity Reduce Relapse?
10.35 "If You
Listen to your Heart You Will Change Your Mind": In the Light of Teasdale's
11.00 to be
and Personal Agency: Modernity, Culture Change and Eating Disorders
9.35 The Role of Control:
What Do Patients Themselves Think is Good and Bad About Anorexia Nervosa
10.15 A New Cognitive Behavioural
Theory of Anorexia Nervosa
10.40 Submission, Serotonin and
Control: An Integrated Neurodevelopmental Model of Anorexia Nervosa
9.00 CBT for
Psychosis and Associated Substance Use Problems
9.30 Staff - patient
Relationships on a Low Secure Unit: An Exploratory Study
10.20 Reactance and Treatment
Concordance in Schizophrenia
10.50 The Engagement of Anger in
Psychoses and the Treatment Engagement of Angry Psychotic Patients
Impaired Positive Inferential Bias in Social Phobia.
Processing in Social Anxiety.
between Internal and External Cues in Social Anxiety: Investigation Using a Novel Paradigm
10.40 The Prediction of PTSD
in Road-Accident Survivors: The Role of Initial Symptoms, Beliefs and Coping Strategies.
Reasoning in Trauma Survivors.
9.10 "And Are You Sexually
Interested in Children?" A Computer Assisted Approach to Enabling and
9.40 Cognitive Treatment for
Learning Disabled Sex Offenders
10.10 Outcome Evaluation of 161
People with Mild Learning Disabilities in Tayside who
10.40 Why Target Anger for
Treatment Among Offenders with Learning Disabilities?
Disorders - Obstacles to Effective Working with Learning Disabled Offenders?
Developing Brief Focused Cognitive Behavioural Group Treatments for Adolescents with Specific Clinical Presentations
Anne Aubin. Exeter Child Adolescent and
Family Consultation Service; and
Getting Ground Down with 'Got To"
Peter Tyler, Chester
Working with Images and Memories in Cognitive Therapy for PTSD
Ann Hackman. Warneford Hospital, Oxford
Friday 16th July 1999 Keynote Addresses 12.00 - 13.00
Cognitive Therapy of Depression: The State of the Art
Professor Ivy Blackburn
Chair: Dr Paul Salkovskis, University of Oxford
Learning and Memory Processes in Return of Fear
Professor Michelle Craske
Chair: Dr Roz Shafran, University of Oxford
Friday 16th July 1999 Afternoon Sessions 14.00 - 16.45
14.00 Title to be
14.30 A Cognitive
Therapy Conceptualization of Distress in Dementia
15.00 If Depression is
the Common Cold of Psychiatry, What Hope of Delivering Effective Treatment?
15.35 If Depression is
the Common Cold of Psychiatry, What Hope of Delivering Effective Treatment? (continued)
16.15 Depression and
Low Self-esteem: A Clinical Puzzle.
16.40 Closing Remarks
Expressed Emotion and Glucose Control in Adults with Type 1 Diabetes?
14.25 Development of a
Cognitive Behavioural Therapy Programme for People with Sickle Cell Disease
14.50 PRISM : A Novel
Brief Visual Method to Assess Global Impact of Illness
15.35 Is Cognitive
Behavioural Therapy Appropriate for all Patients with Chronic Idiopathic Facial Pain?
16.00 A Prospective
Investigation of Symptoms of Post-Traumatic Stress, Anxiety and Depression
Cognitive-Behaviour Therapy Supervision: Evidence Based?
Empiricism in the Process of CBT Training
14.50 What is the Point
of Cognitive Behaviour Therapy Training? A Preliminary Investigation to Measure Change
Cognitive Therapy Techniques on Oneself: The Role of Self-practice and Self-reflection
16.00 Implementation of
Clinical Skills: Implications for Training Professionals
14.00 The Interpretation of
Intrusions in Psychosis
14.30 Intrusive Cognitions in
15.30 Intrusions in PTSD
16.00 Modifying Meaning: Patterns
of Change During the Treatment of Obsessive Thoughts
14.00 The Challenge of
14.30 The Systemic Approach
in the Understanding and Treatment of Sexual Problems
15.30 Sex Therapy in an Asian
Country: The Sri Lankan Experience
15.00 Ethical Issues in Sex
Open Papers Children and Other Issues
Chair to be announced
Comparison of a Structured Behavioural Parent Training Intervention with Standard
"Winning Friends and Beating Enemies": A Cognitive Behavioural Therapeutic
Workshop Series for a
Behavioural Therapy for Panic Disorder in Primary Care
Enhancement for Voices and Delusions: Piloting Routine Implementation by Psychologists in
Cognitive Therapy of Generalised Anxiety Disorder
Adrian Wells, University of Manchester
Using Cognitive Behaviour Therapy with Somatisation and Chronic Illness Presentations
Chris Williams, University of Leeds and Stirling Moorey, St Bartholomew's Hospital, London
Friday 16th July 1999 Keynote Addresses 17.00 - 18.00
Cognitive Therapy in the Treatment and Prevention of Depression
Professor Steve Hollon
Chair: Professor Jan Scott, University of Newcastle
Theory and Treatment of Intrusive Memories
Professor Chris Brewin
Chair: Dr Ann Hackman, University of Oxford
Saturday 17th July 1999 Morning Session 9.00 - 11.30
Somatoform Disorders; Hypochondriasis, Chronic Pain, Somatisation Disorder - Similarities
10.00 A Model for Understanding and
Treating Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS); Past, Present and Future Directions.
10.50 Treatment of Chronic Fatigue
in Primary Care; Preliminary Results of a Randomised Controlled Trial.
11.20 Cognitive Behavioural
Approaches to Non Epileptic Attacks (Pseudoseizures) - Pilot Data.
Stop Rules for Catastrophic Worrying.
and the Simulation of Desired and Undesired Outcomes
10.20 Memory Bias for
Contamination in Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder
11.05 Attention between
Internal and External Cues in Social Anxiety: Investigation Using a Novel Paradigm
Factors in Social Anxiety: Investigation Using Speech-Making Exercise.