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DURHAM 1998

BABCP 26TH ANNUAL CONFERENCE    

UNIVERSITY OF DURHAM.   8th - 11th JULY 1998


THURSDAY 9th JULY
MORNING SESSION 9.00 - 11.45

SYMPOSIUM 1 CURRENT RESEARCH IN SOCIAL PHOBIA
Convenor:  Warren Mansell, University of Oxford
Speakers Susan Bogels, University of Maastricht, the Netherlands
David Clark, University of Oxford
Robert Edelmann, University of Surrey
Thomas Heidenreich, University of Frankfurt, Germany
Warren Mansell, University of Oxford
Adrian Wells, University of Manchester

 

SYMPOSIUM 2 IMAGERY: CLINICAL AND THEORETICAL IMPLICATIONS
Convenors Mary Anne Leyden, University of Pennsylvania,USA and
Ann Hackmann, University of Oxford
Speakers: Tom Borkovec, Penn State University, USA
Anke Ehlers, University of Oxford
Ann Hackmann, University of Oxford
Willem Kuyken, Institute of Psychiatry
Mary Anne Layden, University of Pennsylvania
Vartouhi Ohanian, West Middlesex University Hospital, London
Julie Power, University of Bristol

 

SYMPOSIUM 3 DEVELOPMENTS IN THE TREATMENT OF ADDICTIVE BEHAVIOUR
Convenor: Paul Davis, Pathfinder Addiction Service, London and Surrey University
Speakers: Paul Davis, Surrey University
Colin Drummond,St George's Hospital Medical School, London
Mike George, Worthing Options, West Sussex
Tom Ricketts,Sheffield Hallam University

 

SYMPOSIUM 4

 

to be announced

 

SYMPOSIUM 5 EVIDENCE, EMPIRICISM AND CLINICAL GOVERNANCE
Convenor:
Dave Richards, Leeds Community and Mental Health Services NHS Trust and Leeds University
Speakers: Trudie Chalder, Kings College Hospital, London
Dave Richards, University of Leeds
Paul Salkovskis, University of Oxford
Doug Turkington, University of Newcastle

KEYNOTE ADDRESSES (12.00 - 13.00)
Professor Ray Novaco,
School of Social Ecology, University of California, Irvine, USA
Anger and Violence': Obstinate Mates that Defy Intervention

Professor Anke Ehlers,
Department of Psychiatry, University of Oxford
Post Traumatic Stress Disorder: A Cognitive Approach to Understanding and Treatment

 


AFTERNOON SESSIONS 14.00 - 16.45

SYMPOSIUM 6 INNOVATIONS IN ANGER ASSESSMENT AND TREATMENT
Convenors: Raymond W. Novaco, University of California, USA
Speakers: Laura Black, The State Hospital, Carstairs, Lanarkshire
John McGinley, The State Hospital, Carstairs, Lanarkshire
Mark Ramm, The State Hospital, Carstairs, Lanarkshire
Stanley Renwick, Duchess of Kent's Hospital, N Yorkshire
Ron Tulloch, Stockton Hall Psychiatric Hospital, York

 

SYMPOSIUM 7 INTEGRATING THEORETICAL APPROACHES TO OCD
Convenor: Roz Shafran, University of British Columbia, Vancouver, Canada
Speakers: Anne Hackmann, University of Oxford
Allison MacDonald, Institute of Psychiatry, London
John March, Duke University, USA
Paul Salkovskis, Oxford University
Julian Somers, University of British Columbia, Canada

 

SYMPOSIUM 8
CONTEMPORARY APPLICATIONS OF PSYCHOPHYSIOLOGY TO THE ASSESSMENT AND TREATMENT OF ANXIETY DISORDERS
Convenor: Graham Turpin, University of Sheffield
Speakers: Alphons Hamm, University of Griefswald, Germany
Peter Lang, University of Florida, USA
Gundrun Sartory, University of Wuppetal, Germany
Graham Turpin, University of Sheffield

 

SYMPOSIUM 9 DEPRESSION AND ADOLESCENTS
Programme to be announced

 

SYMPOSIUM 10
To be announced

KEYNOTE ADDRESS (17.00 - 18.00)
Dr John Teasdale,
Medical Research Council Applied Psychology Unit, Cambridge
Mindfulness Training in Treatment and Prevention

 


FRIDAY 10TH JULY

MORNING SESSION  9.00 - 11.45

SYMPOSIUM 11 AFFECTIVE DISORDERS: PROCESS AND OUTCOME RESEARCH
Convenor:  Jan Scott, University of Newcastle upon Tyne
Speakers: Ivy Blackburn, Cognitive Therapy Centre, Newcastle
Peter Kinderman, University of Manchester
Ann Palmer, Norwich, East Anglia
Jan Scott, University of Newcastle

 

SYMPOSIUM 12
POSITIVE THINKING RE-VISITED: POSITIVE COGNITION, WELLBEING AND MENTAL HEALTH
Convenor:  Andrew MacLeod, Royal Holloway, University of London
Speakers: Andrew MacLeod, Royal Holloway, University of London
Richard Moore, Addenbrookes Hospital, Cambridge
C Ruini, University of Bologna, Italy

 

SYMPOSIUM 13 CLINICAL APPLICATIONS OF MINDFULNESS
Convenor: John Teasdale, MRC Applied Psychology Unit, Cambridge
Speakers: Padmal de Silva, Institute of Psychiatry, London
Heidi Heard, University of Wales, Bangor
John Teasdale, MRC Applied Psychology Unit, Cambridge
Ed Watkins, Insitute of Psychiatry, London
Mark Williams, University of Wales, Bangor

 

SYMPOSIUM 14 OCD IN CHILDREN AND ADOLESCENTS
Convenor:  Roz Shafran, University of British Columbia, Vancouver, Canada
Speakers: Rachel Bryant-Waugh, University of Southampton
John March, Duke University, USA
Roz Shafran, University of British Columbia, Canada
Julian Somers University of British Columbia, Canada

 

OPEN PAPERS

KEYNOTE ADDRESSES (12.00 - 13.00)
Professor Stanley J Rachman,
University of British Columbia, Vancouver, Canada
A Cognitive Theory of Obsessions

Professor Tom Borkovec,
Penn State University, Pennsylvania, USA
Therapy Outcome Research: Quest for Efficacy or Quest for Basic Knowledge?

 


AFTERNOON SESSIONS  14.00 - 16,45

SYMPOSIUM 15 EATING DISORDERS AND PROBLEMS: A DEVELOPMENTAL PERSPECTIVE
Convenor:  Glenn Waller, University of Southampton
Speakers: Rachel Bryant-Waugh, Southampton Eating Disorder Service
Myra Cooper, Warneford Hospital, Oxford
Peter Cooper, University of Reading
Andrew Hill, University of Leeds
Caroline Meyer, University of Southampton
Glenn Waller, University of Southampton

 

SYMPOSIUM 16 CBT OF PSYCHOTIC DISORDERS: MODELS AND TECHNIQUES
Convenor:  Doug Turkington, Royal Victoria Infirmary, Newcastle upon Tyne and Newcastle Cognitive Therapy Centre
Speakers: Max Birchwood, University of Birmingham
Paul Chadwick, University of Southampton
David Fowler, University of East Anglia
Gillian Haddock, Tameside University??
David Kingdon, Nottingham

 

OPEN PAPERS
SYMPOSIUM 17 SEX AND MARITAL THERAPY: CULTURAL ASPECTS
Convenor: Padmal de Silva, Institute of Psychiatry, London
Speakers: Dinesh Bhugra,
Patricia d'Ardenne, London
Mehmet Sungar, University of Ankara, Turkey

 

KEYNOTE ADDRESS (17.00 - 18.00)
Professor Peter Lang,
Centre for Research in Psychophysiology, University of Florida, USA
Fear, Anxiety and Emotion: Brain and Behaviour

 


SATURDAY 11TH JULY

MORNING SESSION   9.00 - 11.45

DEBATE PSYCHOTHERAPY REGISTRATION: YES OR NO?
Convenor:      Chris Williams, University of Leeds
A debate followed by open discussion examining the advantages and disadvantages for individuals and the BABCP of joining the United Kingdom Council for Psychotherapy

OPEN PAPERS

SYMPOSIUM 18 ATTENTION AND ANXIETY: THEORY, RESEARCH &TREATMENT
Convenor: Costas Papageorgiou, University of Manchester
Speakers:  Brendan P Bradley, University of Cambridge
Bundy Mackintosh and Andrew Mathews, MRC Applied Psychology, Cambridge
Karin Mogg, University of Cambridge
Adrian Wells, University of Manchester
Craig Simpson, University of Manchester

 

CLOSING EVENT