Conference Programme

BABCP ANNUAL CONFERENCE

BRISTOL 14 - 17 JULY 1999


Thursday 15th July 1999  -   Morning Sessions 9.00 - 11.30


Symposium 1 Cognitive Approaches to Psychotic Symptoms: New Theoretical Developments (1)
Convenors Phillipa A Garety , Dept of Academic Clinical Psychology, St Thomas' Hospital, London
Louise Johns, University of Manchester
Chairperson:

 

Phillipa A Garety, Department of Academic Clinical Psychology, St Thomas' Hospital, London

 

9.00
Introduction
Phillipa A. Garety, St Thomas' Hospital, London
9.10
Verbal Self-Monitoring and Auditory Verbal Hallucinations in Schizophrenia
Louise Johns, University of Manchester
9.40
Reasoning Biases in Delusions
Robert Dudley, University of Newcastle
10.10 Coffee
10.30
Are Delusions on a Continuum?
Emmanuelle Peters, Institute of Psychiatry, London
11.00
Reading Minds. What Goes Wrong in Schizophrenia?
Rhiannon Corcoran, University of Liverpool
11.30 Discussion

Symposium 2 Cognitive Behaviour Therapy and Sexual Health
Convenors: John Green and Paula Christmas
St. Mary's Hospital, London
Chairperson John Green St. Mary's Hospital, London
9.00
Behaviour Change Interventions in HIV/Sexually Transmitted Infections
Paula Christmas, St. Mary's Hospital, London
9.30
Towards a Cognitive Model of Sexual Behaviour
John Green, St. Mary's Hospital, London
10.00 Coffee
10.20
Sexual Molestation of Males: Lifetime Prevalence, Characteristics and Associated Problems
Michael King, Royal Free Hospital and University College Medical School, London
10.50 The Importance of Psychosocial Interventions in the Fight Against Sexually Transmitted Diseases and HIV
David Miller, Psychosocial Advisor to UNAIDS, World Health Organisation, Geneva
11.20 Discussion

Symposium 3 'Exposure Revisited' : The History, Development and Current Status of Exposure in CBT.
Convenor Karina Lovell, University of Manchester
Chair Dave Richards,  University of Manchester

9.00           Introduction
                 Dave Richards, University of Manchester

9.05           Like Some Other Methods, Exposure is Sufficient but not Essential for Fear Reduction
                 Isaac Marks, Institute of Psychiatry, Maudsley Hospital, London

9.35          Emotional Processing and the Transformation of Meaning in Post-Traumatic Stress
                Tim Dalgleish, MRC, Cognition and Brain Sciences Unit, Cambridge.

10.05        Coffee

10.30        The Future of Exposure
                 Karina Lovell and Dave Richards, University of Manchester

11.00        A Final Common Pathway: Changes in Meaning are Responsible for the
                 Effects of Exposure and Other Effective Psychological Treatments for Anxiety
                 Paul Salkovskis, University of Oxford


Symposium 4 Depressive Thinking: Theory and Research
Convenor Costas Papageorgiou, University of Manchester and North Manchester NHS Trust
Chair Jan Scott, University of Glasgow

9.00           Rumination and Generalisation in Depression: Theory ands Research
                  Ed Watkins, Institute of Psychiatry, London

9.30           A Comparison of Depressive Rumination and Anxious Worry
                  Costas Papageorgiou, University of Manchester & N Manchester NHS Trust

10.00        Coffee

10.30         Psychological Processes in Bipolar Patients
                  Richard Bentall, University of Liverpool

11.00        Do Clients with Bipolar Disorders Demonstrate Depressive Thinking?
                Jan Scott, University of Glasgow


Symposium 5 Shame: Evolution and Meaning
Convenor Paul Gilbert, University of Derby
Chair Ken Goss, Coventry Community Health

9.00      The Role of Shame in Psychopathology
            Bernice Andrews, Royal Holloway, University of London

9.30      The Role of Shame in Chronic and Entrenched PTSD
            Deborah Lee. The Trauma Clinic, London.

10.00    Shame and Disclosure
            James MacDonald, The Salomons Center, Kent

10.30    Coffee

10.50    Shame in the Internal Relationship
            Paul Gilbert, University of Derby.

11.20    Discussant: Chris Brewin: University College London


Debate: Accreditation: A Practitioner’s Perspective
Convenor & Chair:
Amanda Cole,
Chair, Accreditation and Registration Sub-Committee, Cognitive Therapy Services, Devon

9.00          Training Standards
                Rod Holland, Northwick Park Hospital, Harrow, London

9.30          Supervision
                Ken Lewis, Chester College

9.50          Continuing Professional Development
                Anne Garland, Royal Victoria Hospital, Newcastle upon Tyne

10.15       Coffee

10.30       The Royal College of Psychiatry Route
               Mike Crowe, Institute of Psychiatry, London

10.45       The British Psychological Society Route
               Ivy Blackburn, University of Newcastle

11.10       The United Kingdom Council for Psychotherapy’s Role
               Chris Williams, University of Leeds

11.25       Discussion


Mini-Workshop 1

Cancelled


Thursday 15th July 1999         Keynote Addresses 12.00 - 13.00


Are Behavioural and Cognitive Therapies
Really Behavioural and Cognitive

Professor Isaac Marks,
Institute of Psychiatry, London

Chair: Dr David Richards, Chair of BABCP


Shame: The Good, the Bad and the Ugly"

Professor Paul Gilbert,
University of Derby

Chair: Professor Chris Brewin, University College London


Thursday 15th July 1999  -   Afternoon Sessions 14.00 - 16.45


Symposium 6 Cognitive Approaches to Psychotic Symptoms: New Theoretical Developments (continued)
Convenors Phillipa A Garety , Department of Academic Clinical Psychology, St Thomas' Hospital, London
Louise Johns, University of Manchester
Chairperson Louise Johns, University of Manchester

14.00          A Cognitive Approach to Auditory Hallucinations
                 Anthony Morrison, Salford NHS Trust

14.30         Does Anxiety have a Role in the Maintenance of Persecutory Delusions?
                 Daniel Freeman, Institute of Psychiatry, London

15.00         Tea

15.30          Self-Discrepancies, Attributional Stability and Family Relations in Paranoia: Expanding the Model
                 Richard Bentall,University of Liverpool

16.00          Discussant
                 Philippa Garety, St Thomas’ Hospital, London


Symposium 7 Theory and Cognitive Behavioural Treatment of Health Anxiety
Convenor and Chair Paul Salkovskis, Warneford Hospital, Oxford

14.00       "Hypochondriasis':Health Anxiety and Beyond
               Paul Salkovskis, Department of Psychiatry, University of Oxford

14.30       Thinking About Illness and Health
               Mark Freeston, University of Quebec, Montreal, Canada

15.00       Coffee

15.30       Title to be announced
               Hilary Warwick, Department of Psychiatry, University of Oxford

16.00       Title to be announced
               David Veale, Grovelands Priory Hospital, London

16.30       Discussant
               Tom Sensky, Imperial College, London


Symposium 8 CBT and Self-Help: An Additional Effective Method of Treatment Delivery?
Convenor Chris Williams, University of Leeds

14.00         BTSTEPS: Results of a Multicenter RCT of Computer-aided Care in 200 OCD Patients.
                Isaac Marks, Institute of Psychiatry, London

14.20        Evaluation of a Self-Help Room in a General Adult Psychiatry Service
                G. Whitfield, Leeds Community and Mental Health Service Trust

14.40        Self-help Treatment of Chronic Fatigue in the Community: A Randomised Controlled Trial
                Trudie Chalder, Guy's Kings and St Thomas' School of Medicine, London

15.00        Tea

15.30        Self Help in Bulimia: Recruitment Problems in an Open Study of a Computer-Based CBT Package
                Chris Williams, University of Leeds

15.50        Computer Aided Therapy for Phobias - The Development and Function of the Maudsley Self Care Clinic.
                Sheena Liness , Institute of Psychiatry, London

16.10        Postal Self-exposure Treatment of Recurrent Nightmares
                Mary Burgess, Kings College, London

16.30        Discussion


Symposium 9 Further Developments in Understanding Imagery
Convenor Ann Hackmann, Warneford Hospital, Oxford

14.00       Images and Memories in Posttraumatic Stress Disorder, and in Other Axis I Disorders.
               Ann Hackmann, University of Oxford.

14.25       Images and Obsessions
               Mark H. Freeston , Centre de recherche Fernand-Seguin, Montréal, Québec

14.50       Imagery of Worst Panic Attacks
               Michelle G. Craske, University of California, Los Angeles USA

15.15       Tea

15.35       Posttraumatic Intrusions in Victims of Violence
               Regina Steil, Institute of Psychology. Friedrich-Schiller-University of Jena, Germany

16.00       The Role of Movement Information in Traumatic Imagery
               Steph Hellawell, Royal Holloway, University of London

16.25       Effects of Mode of Writing on Generating Traumatic Imagery
               Chris R. Brewin, University College London


Symposium 10 New Strategies in the Treatment of Social Phobia
Convenor Adrian Wells, University of Manchester
Chair Costas Papageorgiou, University of Manchester and North Manchester NHS Trust

14.00         Introduction
                Adrian Wells, University of Manchester

14.10        Cognitive Preparation Enhances the Benefits of Video Feedback after a Stressful Social Performance
                Allison G Harvey, Department of Psychiatry, University of Oxford

14.35         Modifications of Self-Consciousness during Feared Social Encounters
                Costas Papageorgiou, University of Manchester and North Manchester NHS Trust

15.00        Tea

15.30         Implementing a New Cognitive Treatment for Social Phobia
                David M Clark, Department of Psychiatry, University of Oxford

15.55        Brief Cognitive Therapy for Social Phobia
                Adrian Wells, University of Manchester and North Manchester NHS Trust

16.20        Discussion
                Adrian Wells, University of Manchester


Open Papers Traumatic Stress and Other Issues
Chair Charles McHugh, Community Psychiatric Services, North Western Regional Health Board, Co. Donegal, lreland

14.00     An Examination of Psychological Health Related Behaviour: Coping, Mood, Affect Regulation and Problem Solving
             Ayten Zara, University of Sussex

14.25     Autobiographical Memory in Posttraumatic Stress Disorder:
             General versus Specific Memory in Victims of Assault.
             Emma Dunmore. University of Surrey

14.50     Is it Necessary to Revisit Trauma While Treating Traumatophobia?
             Charles Mc Hugh and Peter, Mc Glynn, Community Psychiatric Services, North Western Regional Health Board,                Co. Donegal, Rep. Of lreland

13.15     Tea

13.35     Dialectical Behaviour Therapy with Eating Disorders
             Sadhana Damani, Lesley McGrain and Nick Gatward, Leicestershire Eating Disorders Service

14.00     Cognitive Behaviour Therapy Approaches to Disputing Automatic Thoughts: A Two-Stage Model
             Danny C Lam, University of Surrey


Mini-Workshop 2

Formulating and Treating Shame, Humiliation and Guilt in Chronic Post Traumatic Stress Disorder: A Cognitive-Behavioural Approach.

Deborah Lee, The Trauma Clinic, London and
Peter Scragg, University College London


Mini-Workshop 3

Chronic Pain

Frances Cole, General Practitioner and
Catherine Carus, Physiotherapist, Community Based Pain Rehabilitation Programme, Community Based Pain Rehabilitation Programme Bradford Royal Infirmary


Mini-Workshop 4

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
Department of Psychological Medicine, University of Glasgow

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
University of Oxford

Chair: Dr David Veale, Groveland Priory Hospital, London


Friday 16th July 1999        Morning Sessions 9.00 - 11.30


Symposium 11
Cognitive Therapy of Depression: The State of the Art I
A symposium celebrating the work of Professor Ivy Blackburn
Convenor Paul Salkovskis, University of Oxford and
Anne Garland, University of Newcastle
Chair Paul Salkovskis, University of Oxford

9.00          Introduction
               Paul Salkovskis, University of Oxford

9.05          Manualised Cognitive Therapy for Repeat Parasuicide
               Kate Davidson, University of Glasgow

9.35          Everything I Know About Depression I Learnt From IVY
               Jan Scott, University of Glasgow

10.05       How Does Cognitive Therapy for Residual Depressive Chronicity Reduce Relapse?
               Evidence from the Cambridge-Newcastle Study
               John Teasdale, MRC Cognition and Brain Sciences Unit, Cambridge

10.35       "If You Listen to your Heart You Will Change Your Mind": In the Light of Teasdale's
                ICS Model How Might We Hone Cognitive Therapy Interventions for Chronic Depression?
               Anne Garland, University of Newcastle

11.00        to be announced
               Jean Cottraux, University of Lyon, France


Symposium 12 The Concept of Control in Anorexia Nervosa: Controversial or Contrived?
Convenor & Chair Melanie A. Katzman, Institute of Psychiatry and Bethlem Maudsley Trust, London

9.00       Introduction
             Melanie A. Katzman, Institute of Psychiatry and Bethlem Maudsley Trust, London

9.10       Psychopathology and Personal Agency: Modernity, Culture Change and Eating Disorders
             Roland Littlewood, University College, London

9.35      The Role of Control: What Do Patients Themselves Think is Good and Bad About Anorexia Nervosa
             Lucy Serpall, Institute of Psychiatry, London

10.00     Coffee

10.15     A New Cognitive Behavioural Theory of Anorexia Nervosa
             Roz Shafran , University of Oxford

10.40     Submission, Serotonin and Control: An Integrated Neurodevelopmental Model of Anorexia Nervosa
             Frances Conran, Institute of Psychiatry

11.05     Discussant:
             Tim Dalgleish, MRC Cognition and Brain Sciences Unit Cambridge


Symposium 13 Treatment of Complex Issues in Psychosis
Convenor Gillian Haddock, University of Manchester
Chair Doug Turkington, University of Newcastle

9.00       CBT for Psychosis and Associated Substance Use Problems
             Gillian Haddock, University of Manchester

9.30       Staff - patient Relationships on a Low Secure Unit: An Exploratory Study
             Christine Barrowclough. University of Manchester

10.00     Coffee

10.20     Reactance and Treatment Concordance in Schizophrenia
             Bill Sellwood. University of Manchester

10.50     The Engagement of Anger in Psychoses and the Treatment Engagement of Angry Psychotic Patients
             Raymond W. Novaco, University of California, Irvine, USA

11.20     Discussion


Symposium 14 Cognitive Processes in Anxiety
Convenor & Chair Colette Hirsch . Institute of Psychiatry, London.

9.00         Impaired Positive Inferential Bias in Social Phobia.
              Colette Hirsch, Institute of Psychiatry, London

9.25        Anticipatory Processing in Social Anxiety.
              Hendrick Hinrichsen, Warneford Hospital, Oxford

9.50        Attention between Internal and External Cues in Social Anxiety: Investigation Using a Novel Paradigm
              Warren Mansell, Warneford Hospital, Oxford

10.15      Coffee

10.40      The Prediction of PTSD in Road-Accident Survivors: The Role of Initial Symptoms, Beliefs and Coping Strategies.
              Ruth Williams, Institute of Psychiatry, London

11.05      Counterfactual Reasoning in Trauma Survivors.
              Tim Dalgleish, MRC Cognition and Brain Science Unit, Cambridge


Symposium 15 Learning Disabled Offenders: Same or Different?
Convenor John L Taylor, University of Northumbria at Newcastle and Northgate and Prudhoe NHS Trust

9.00    Introduction

9.10     "And Are You Sexually Interested in Children?" A Computer Assisted Approach to Enabling and
            Validating Self Report of Sexual Interest.
            David V. Glasgow, Calderstones NHS Trust

9.40      Cognitive Treatment for Learning Disabled Sex Offenders
            William R. Lindsay and Claire Q. Neilson,
            Tayside Primary Healthcare NHS Trust and University of Abertay, Dundee

10.10     Outcome Evaluation of 161 People with Mild Learning Disabilities in Tayside who
             Have Offending or Challenging Behaviour
             William R. Lindsay and Jacqueline Law Tayside Primary Healthcare NHS Trust and University of Abertay, Dundee

10.40      Why Target Anger for Treatment Among Offenders with Learning Disabilities?
              John L Taylor, University of Northumbria & Northgate and Prudhoe NHS Trust &
             
Raymond W . Novaco. University of California, USA

11.10      Neuropsychiatric Disorders - Obstacles to Effective Working with Learning Disabled Offenders?
              Gregory O'Brien, University of Newcastle and Northgate and Prudhow NHS Trust and
             
Gillian Bell, Northgate and Prudhow NHS Trust

11.40       Discussion


Mini-Workshop 5

Developing Brief Focused Cognitive Behavioural Group Treatments for Adolescents with Specific Clinical Presentations

Anne Aubin. Exeter Child Adolescent and Family Consultation Service; and
Marianne Latimir, The Young People’s Centre, Plymouth


Mini-Workshop 6

Getting Ground Down with 'Got To"

Peter Tyler, Chester


Mini-Workshop 7

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
University of Newcastle

Chair: Dr Paul Salkovskis, University of Oxford


Learning and Memory Processes in Return of Fear

Professor Michelle Craske
University of California. Los Angeles, USA

Chair: Dr Roz Shafran, University of Oxford


Friday 16th July 1999             Afternoon Sessions 14.00 - 16.45


Symposium 16 Cognitive Therapy of Depression: The State of the Art II
Convenors Paul Salkovskis, University of Oxford and
Anne Garland, University of Newcastle
Chair Anne Garland, University of Newcastle

14.00       Title to be announced
               Paul Gilbert, University of Derby

14.30       A Cognitive Therapy Conceptualization of Distress in Dementia
               Ian James, Newcastle City Health NHS Trust

15.00       If Depression is the Common Cold of Psychiatry, What Hope of Delivering Effective Treatment?
               Paul Salkovskis, University of Oxford

15.15       Tea

15.35       If Depression is the Common Cold of Psychiatry, What Hope of Delivering Effective Treatment? (continued)
               Paul Salkovskis, University of Oxford

16.15       Depression and Low Self-esteem: A Clinical Puzzle.
               Melanie Fennell, Warneford Hospital, Oxford

16.40      Closing Remarks


Symposium 17 Chronic Illness
Convenor & Chair Tom Sensky , Imperial College School of Medicine, London

14.00       Partners' Expressed Emotion and Glucose Control in Adults with Type 1 Diabetes?
               Alison Wearden, Withington Hospital, Manchester

14.25       Development of a Cognitive Behavioural Therapy Programme for People with Sickle Cell Disease
               Kofi Anie, Brent Sickle Cell Centre and Central Middlesex Hospital, London

14.50       PRISM : A Novel Brief Visual Method to Assess Global Impact of Illness
               Applied to Systemic Lupus Erythematosus
               Stefan Büchi, University Hospital, Zürich, Switzerland

15.15      Tea

15.35      Is Cognitive Behavioural Therapy Appropriate for all Patients with Chronic Idiopathic Facial Pain?
              Sheelah Harrison, Institute of Dental Surgery & University College London

16.00      A Prospective Investigation of Symptoms of Post-Traumatic Stress, Anxiety and Depression
              Following Cardiac Surgery
              Dan Shears, Harefield Hospital, Middlesex and Imperial College, London

16.25      Discussion


Symposium 18 Training Issues
Convenor BABCP Training Group
Chair Ken Lewis, Chester College

14.00        Cognitive-Behaviour Therapy Supervision: Evidence Based?
               Pierce O'Carroll, Chester College and Wirral & West Cheshire NHS Trust.

14.25       Collaborative Empiricism in the Process of CBT Training
               Frank Wills, University of Wales College, Newport

14.50       What is the Point of Cognitive Behaviour Therapy Training? A Preliminary Investigation to Measure Change
               Mark Latham and Chris Atha, University of Leeds

15.15      Tea

15.35       Practising Cognitive Therapy Techniques on Oneself: The Role of Self-practice and Self-reflection
               in the Training of Cognitive Therapists
              James Bennett-Levy, University of North Queensland, Australia

16.00       Implementation of Clinical Skills: Implications for Training Professionals
               Ian Baguley and John McGovern, University of Manchester


Symposium 19 Interpreting Intrusions Across Disorders: Can You Have Too Much of a Good Thing?
Convenors Mark Freeston, Centre de Recherche Fernand-Seguin, Montreal, Quebec, Canada and
Roz Shafran, University of Oxford
Chair Mark Freeston, Centre de Recherche Fernand-Seguin, Montreal, Quebec

14.00     The Interpretation of Intrusions in Psychosis
              Anthony P. Morrison, Mental Health Services of Salford

14.30      Intrusive Cognitions in Nocturnal Panic
              Michelle G. Craske, University of California, Los Angeles

15.00     Tea

15.30     Intrusions in PTSD
             Ann Hackmann, University of Oxford

16.00     Modifying Meaning: Patterns of Change During the Treatment of Obsessive Thoughts
             Mark Freeston, Centre de Recherche Fernand-Seguin, Montreal, Quebec

16.30     Discussion


Symposium 20 Sex Therapy - Issues and Challenges.
Convenor & Chair Padmal DeSilva, Institute of Psychiatry, London

14.00      The Challenge of Physical Treatments
              Mike J.Crowe, Maudsley and Bethlem Royal Hospitals, London

14.30      The Systemic Approach in the Understanding and Treatment of Sexual Problems
              Jane Ridley, Richmond Counselling Centre, Richmond, Surrey

15.00      Tea

15.30      Sex Therapy in an Asian Country: The Sri Lankan Experience
              E. K. Rodrigo,, Peradeniya . University of Sri Lanka

15.00      Ethical Issues in Sex Therapy
              Susan Pacey, Private Practice, London


Open Papers Children and Other Issues

Chair to be announced

14.00        A Comparison of a Structured Behavioural Parent Training Intervention with Standard Treatment of
                Children with Severely Disruptive Behaviours
                Judy Hutchings, University of Wales, Bangor

14.30         "Winning Friends and Beating Enemies": A Cognitive Behavioural Therapeutic Workshop Series for a
                Group of Adolescents with Severe Emotional or Behavioural Disturbance Secondary to Bullying at School
                Anne Aubin, Exeter Child Adolescent and Family Cosuultation Service

15.00        Tea

15.30        Cognitive Behavioural Therapy for Panic Disorder in Primary Care
                Tom Ricketts, , Community Health Sheffield NHS Trust

16.00        Coping Enhancement for Voices and Delusions: Piloting Routine Implementation by Psychologists in
                an Area Mental Health Service
                John Farhall, North Western Healthcare Network, and La Trobe University, Melbourne, Australia.


Mini-Workshop 8

Cognitive Therapy of Generalised Anxiety Disorder

Adrian Wells, University of Manchester


Mini-Workshop 9

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
President of AABT, Vanderbilt University, USA

Chair: Professor Jan Scott, University of Newcastle


Theory and Treatment of Intrusive Memories

Professor Chris Brewin
University College London

Chair: Dr Ann Hackman, University of Oxford


Saturday 17th July 1999 Morning Session 9.00 - 11.30


Symposium 21 Somatoform Disorders
Convenor & Chair Trudie Chalder
Kings College School of Medicine and Dentistry and The Institute of Psychiatry, London

9.30       The Somatoform Disorders; Hypochondriasis, Chronic Pain, Somatisation Disorder - Similarities
             and Differences in Cognitive Behavioural Approaches.
             Trudie Chalder, Guy’s King’s & St Thomas’ School of Medicine,

10.00     A Model for Understanding and Treating Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS); Past, Present and Future Directions.
             Simon Darnley and Trudie Chalder, Guy’s King’s and St Thomas’ School of Medicine, London

10.30     Coffee

10.50     Treatment of Chronic Fatigue in Primary Care; Preliminary Results of a Randomised Controlled Trial.
             Emma Godfrey , Guy’s King’s & St Thomas’ School of Medicine,

11.20     Cognitive Behavioural Approaches to Non Epileptic Attacks (Pseudoseizures) - Pilot Data.
             Sarah Mitchell O’Malley, Institute of Psychiatry, London.

11.50     Discussion


Symposium 22 Advances in Cognition and Anxiety
Convenor and Chair Philip Tata, St Mary's Hospital, London

9.30          Stop Rules for Catastrophic Worrying.
               Helen Startup and Graham Davey, University of Sussex

9.55         Worry and the Simulation of Desired and Undesired Outcomes
               Gary Brown, University of East London,

10.20       Memory Bias for Contamination in Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder
               Adam S. Radomsky , University of British Columbia, Vancouver, Cananda

10.45       Coffee

11.05       Attention between Internal and External Cues in Social Anxiety: Investigation Using a Novel Paradigm
               Warren Mansell , Department of Psychiatry, University of Oxford

11.30       Maintaining Factors in Social Anxiety: Investigation Using Speech-Making Exercise.
               Kim Wright, Institute of
Psychiatry, London