Symposia.
Thursday 21 June.
9.00 - 11.45

Analogies, Stories, Metaphors: Tools for Clinicians
Convenor & Chair

Speakers





Discussant
Margret Hovanec, Private Practice, Toronto Canada

Ann Hackmann, Warneford Hospital, Oxford
Norma Morrison Warneford Hospital, Oxford,
Liz Forrester, Warneford Hospital, Oxford,
Gillian Butler, Warneford Hospital, Oxford,
Margret Hovanec, Private Practice, Toronto Canada,

Melanie Fennell, Warneford Hospital, Oxford

Understanding and Targeting Prognostic Factors in Cognitive Behaviour Therapy for Schizophrenia
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Discussant
Kate Davidson, University of Glasgow

David Fowler, University of East Anglia
Paul French, University of Manchester
Andrew Gumley, West of Scotland Early Intervention Trial Research Group, University of Stirling
Douglas Turkington, Jeremy Pelton & Insight into Schizophrenia Research Group, University of Newcastle
Rob Durham & R. Victor Morton, University of Dundee

Tony Morrison, University of Manchester

Advances in the Understanding and Treatment of Body Image Disturbance
Convenor &
Chair

Speakers
Roz Shafran, Oxford University
Christopher G. Fairburn, Oxford University

Roz Shafran, Oxford University
Deborah L. Reas, University of Texas Medical School
Rick Gardner, University of Colorado, Denver

CBT Self-help Treatments: The Current Status of Computer-Delivered Self-help Materials
Convenor & Chair

Speakers
Chris Williams, University of Glasgow

Ulrike Schmidt, South London and Maudsley NHS Trust
Chris Williams: University of Glasgow
Martin Neal, Leeds Community & Mental Health Services NHS Trust
Graeme Whitfield, Leeds Community & Mental Health Services NHS Trust

New Developments in the Understanding of Cognition in Children and Adolescents.
Convenor & Chair

Speakers
Jonquil Drinkwater, Oxfordshire Mental Health Services

Speakers to be announced

Keynote Addresses
12.00 - 13.00

Professor Richard Bentall
University of Manchester
On the Psychology of Psychosis: Towards a Unifying Framework for Understanding Depression, Paranoia and Mania.

Dr. Melanie Fennell
University of Oxford
Cognitive Therapy: A Treatment for the New Millenium

Professor Philip C. Kendall
Temple University, Philadelphia, USA
Active Ingredients In Child And Adolescent Therapy


Thursday 21 June
14.00 - 16.45

Psychological Processes and Psychotic Symptoms

Convenor & Chair

Speakers
Craig Steel, Institute of Psychiatry, London

Daniel Freeman, Institute of Psychiatry, London
Richard Bentall, Manchester University
Tony Morrisson, University of Manchester
Craig Steel, Institute of Psychiatry, London

Family Care in Psychoses
Convenor

Speakers
Liz Kuipers, Institute of Psychiatry, London

George Szmukler, South London & Maudsley NHS Trust
Krishna Singh, Hitchingbrooke NHS Trust
Frank Holloway, Institute of Psychiatry, London
Christine Barrowclough, University of Manchester
Liz Kuipers, Institute of Psychiatry, London

Sexual Dysfunction
Convenor

Speakers
Padmal de Silva, Institute of Psychiatry, London

Kevan Wylie University of Sheffield,
Gill Todd, Bethlem Royal Hospital, London
Padmal de Silva, Institute of Psychiatry, London
Mary Griffin, King's College Hospital, London

Dissemination Of Effective Interventions
Convenor & Chair

Speakers

Christine Barrowclough, University of Manchester

Speakers Marie Johnston, University of St Andrews
Jan Scott, University of Glasgow
Paul Salkovskis, Institute of Psychiatry, London
Jo Smith, Worcester NHS Trust
Chris Fairburn, University of Oxford


Cognition And Emotion In Children And Adolescents
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Speakers




Discussant
Rebecca Park, University of Cambridge

M. Swales, & A Brennan University of Wales, Bangor
Rebecca J. Park, University of Cambridge
Carla Sharp, University of Cambridge
Philip J. Barnard, MRC Cambridge

Tim Dalgleish, MRC Cambridge

Keynote Addresses
17.00 - 18.00

Dr Christine Barrowclough,
University of Manchester
Social Relationships And Schizophrenia

Professor Christopher Fairburn
University of Oxford
Making Treatment Trials More Clinically Relevant

Professor Ron Rapee
Macquarie University, Sydney, Australia
Building Resilience: The Development And Prevention of Anxiety Disorders


Friday 22 June
9.00 - 11.45

Cognition and Emotion Across Disorders: Advances in Theory, Research and Practice
Convenor & Chair

Speakers

Warren Mansell, Institute of Psychiatry, London

Roz Shafran, University of Oxford
Gary Brown, Centre for Applied Social & Psychological Development,
Salomons, Kent
Daniel Freeman, Institute of Psychiatry, London
Warren Mansell, Institute of Psychiatry, London
Brendan Bradley, University of Southampton

Karin Mogg, University of Southampton


Early Intervention in Psychosis
Convenor & Chair

Speakers
Max Birchwood, University of Birmingham

Max Birchwood, University of Birmingham
Chris Jackson, North Birmingham Mental Health Trust
Paul Patterson, North Birmingham Mental Health Trust
Z. Iqbal, North Birmingham Mental Health Trust
A. Skeate, North Birmingham Mental Health Trust

Psychological Approaches and Sleep, Part 1: Recent Developments in Treatment
Convenor & Chair

Speakers
Allison G. Harvey, University of Oxford

Colin A. Espie, University of Glasgow
Kevin Morgan, Loughborough University
Clare Farrell, University of Oxford
Nicole K.Y. Tang, University of Oxford
Matt Wild. University of Glasgow

Supervision in Cognitive-behaviour Therapy: Who, What and How?
Convenor & Chair

Speakers
Mark Freeston, University of Newcastle

Speakers Michael Townend, University of Birmingham
Gordon Moore, Northumberland NHS Mental Health Trust
Peter Armstrong, Newcastle Cognitive & Behavioural Therapies Centre
Melanie Fennell, University of Oxford

New Developments in Anger Treatment
Convenor & Chair

Speakers




Discussant
Raymond W. Novaco, University of California, Irvine

Speakers Raymond W. Novaco, University of California, Irvine
John L. Taylor, Northgate Hospital, Morpeth
Mark Ramm, The State Hospital, Carstairs
Estelle Moore and Yvonne Shell, Broadmoor Hospital

Stanley J. Renwick, Duchess of Kent Hospital, North Yorkshire

Keynote Addresses
12.00 - 13.00
 

Professor Robert Leahy
Cornell University Medical College &
American Institute for Cognitive Therapy, New York, USA
Depressive Decision-Making

Professor Max Birchwood,
University of Birmingham
Early Intervention in Psychosis

Professor David Burns
Stanford University School of Medicine, Stanford, USA
Making Therapists Accountable


Friday 21 June.
14.00 - 16.45
Disgust: The Forgotten Emotion?
Convenor & Chair

Speakers




Discussant

David Veale, The Priory Hospital North London

Kate Cavanagh, University of Glasgow
David Veale, The Priory Hospital North London.
Mary Phillips, Institute of Psychiatry, London
Andy Calder, MRC Cambridge

Tim Dalglesih, MRC Cambridge

 


Is there a Role for Cognitive Behaviour Therapy in Bipolar Disorder?
Convenor & Chair

Speakers
Jan Scott, University of Glasgow

Jan Scott, University of Glasgow
Dominic Lam, Institute of Psychiatry, London
Peter Kinderman, University of Manchester

Psychological Approaches and Sleep, Part 2: Recent Empirical Findings
Convenor & Chair

Speakers

Colin A. Espie, University of Glasgow

Christina Neitzert Semler, University of Oxford
Allison G. Harvey, University of Oxford
Lynne Taylor, University of Glasgow
Stephanie J. Inglis, University of Glasgow
Jason Ellis, University of Surrey


Developing Clinically Effective and Efficient Approaches for Routine Clinical Work.
Convenor & Chair

Speakers
Jim White, Clydebank Health Centre

David Westbrook, Warneford Hospital, Oxford.
Dale Huey, University of Newcastle
Tony Turvie, Department of Clinical Psychology, Tayside
June Brown, Institute of Psychiatry, London
Jim White, Clydebank Health Centre

Domestic Violence
Convenor & Chair

Speakers
Raymond W. Novaco, University of California, Irvine

Arlene Vetere, University of Reading
Erin Gordon and Kelly Jarvis, University of California, Irvine
Kathy Ham-Rowbottom and Raymond W. Novaco, University of California, Irvine

Keynote Addresses
17.00 - 18.00
 

Professor Mark Freeston,
University of Newcastle
Intrusions, Obsessions, Rumination And Worry: What Do We Know And Where Are We Going?

Professor Jan Scott,
University of Glasgow
Cognitive Models of Bipolar Disorder: Theory and Therapy

Professor Raymond W. Novaco,
University of California, Irvine, USA
A Regulatory Systems Approach to Anger and Violence


BABCP ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING
18.15 - 19.15


Saturday 23 June.
9.00 - 11.45
Investigating Imagery
Convenors & Chair


Speakers
Emily Holmes, University College London & Ann Hackman,
University of Oxford

Emily Holmes, University College London
Padmal de Silva, Institute of Psychiatry, London
Ann Hackmann, University of Oxford
Nick Grey, Institute of Psychiatry, London

Do the Effects of CBT Endure? Long-term Follow-up (5-14 years) of Clinical Trials for Generalised Anxiety and Panic Disorder
Convenor & Chair

Speakers





Discussant

Rob Durham, University of Dundee

Julie Chambers, University of Stirling, & University of Dundee
Kevin Power, University of Stirling,
Donald Sharp, Institute of Rehabilitation, University of Hull
Kirsten Major, Ayrshire and Arran Health Board
Rob Durham, Department of Psychiatry, University of Dundee

Derek Johnston, University of St Andrews


Cognitive-Behavioural Group Treatments: Development and Evaluation
Convenor

Chair

Speakers

Mary Welford, Manchester Mental Health Partnership

David Rees, Manchester Mental Health Partnership

Costas Papageorgiou, University of Manchester
Craig Simpson, Manchester Mental Health Partnership
Sundeep Sembi, Manchester Mental Health Partnership
Mary Welford, Manchester Mental Health Partnership


The Road Less Travelled: Evaluating The Effectiveness Of CBT Training
Convenor & Chair

Speakers
Frances Cole, Calderdale and Kirklees, NHS Trust.

Mark Latham, Pindersfield South Hospital, Wakefield.
Kathryn Mannix, Newcastle Marie Curie Centre.
Chris Williams, University of Glasgow.
Jennifer Gracie, Newcastle Marie Curie Centre.
Anne Garland, Glasgow Primary Healthcare Trust.