Conference Programme

28TH BABCP ANNUAL CONFERENCE

Institute of Education, London

20th - 22nd July 2000


Thursday 20th July - Morning Sessions


Symposium 1

Prevention of Psychological Distress among Children and Adolescents

Convenor and Chair:            Matthew R. Sanders, University of Queensland, Australia

9.00                 A Population Perspective in Behavioural Family Intervention

                       Matthew R. Sanders, University of Queensland, Australia 

9.30                 The Mass Media and the Prevention of Child Behaviour Problems: 
                       The Evaluation of a Television Series to Promote Positive Outcomes 
                        for Parents and their Children. 

Margaret L. Brechman-Toussaint, University of Queensland, Australia

10.00                Coffee/Tea

10.15                Enhanced Self-directed Behavioural Family Intervention for Families in Rural and Remote Areas

Matthew R.Sanders, University of Queensland, Australia

 10.45               Problem Solving for Life: Evaluation of a Program to Prevent Depression 
                        among Adolescents

Susan H.Spence, University of Queensland, Australia

 11.15                Discussion


Symposium 2

Managing Panic: Patient Packs, Palmtops and PCs, Do They Improve Delivery?

Convenor and Chair:    Derek W Johnston, University of St Andrews

9.00                  Therapist Contact in Cognitive Behavioural Therapy for Panic Disorder and Agoraphobia in Primary Care: A Randomised Controlled Trial.

Donald M Sharp, University of Hull

 9:30                  Computer-assisted CBT for Panic Disorder: A Randomised Controlled Trial.

Justin Kenardy, University of Queensland, Australia.

 10:00                Coffee/Tea

10:15                Controlled Comparative Evaluation of Computer-Assisted CBT for Panic Disorder: Scottish Results

Michael G. T. Dow, Fife Healthcare NHS Trust

10:45                Internet-delivered Early Intervention for Anxiety

Justin Kenardy, University of Queensland, Australia

11:15                General Discussion


Symposium 3

Metacognition and Psychological Disorder: Theory, Research and Treatment

Convenor and Chair:    Adrian Wells, University of Manchester

 

9.00                  Mood-as-Input and Anxious Psychopathology

Graham C. L. Davey, University of Sussex

9.25                  Dimensions of Metacognitive Belief in Patients with Eating Disorders: A Preliminary Clinical Investigation

 Alan Cunningham, University of Leicester

9.50                  Depressive Rumination: Relationships with Metacognition and Effects of 
                        Attention Training

Costas Papageorgiou, University of Manchester and North Manchester NHS Trust

10.15                Coffee/Tea

10.30                A Preliminary Evaluation of a Metacognitive Focused Therapy for PTSD

Sundeep Sembi, University of Manchester and North Manchester NHS Trust

10.55                Metacognition and the Persistence of Worry

                        Christine Purdon, University of Waterloo, Canada

11.20                Discussant:  Adrian Wells, University of Manchester


Symposium 4

Developments in Cognitive Behaviour Therapy for People with Learning Disabilities: From Deficits to Disorders

Convenor:          John  L. Taylor, University of Northumbria at Newcastle and Northgate & Prudhoe NHS Trust

Chair:                Raymond W. Novaco, University of California, Irvine, USA

 

9.00                  Introduction

9.10                 Cognitive-Behavioural Therapy for Psychosis and Learning Disability.

                       Gillian Haddock, University of Manchester

9.40                 Cognitive-Behavioural Treatment of Anger Problems in Learning 
           
            Disabled Offenders.

John L. Taylor, University of Northumbria at Newcastle/Northgate & Prudhoe NHS Trust,

10.00                Coffee/Tea

10.15                CBT for People with Learning Disabilities in Context: Researching the
                        Role of Carers

                        Chris Hatton, University of Lancaster

10.45                Constraints and Limitations on the Application of Cognitive Behaviour Therapy for People with Learning Disabilities.

Biza Stenfert Kroese, University of Birmingham

11.15                Discussion


Symposium 5

OCD: More Questions than Answers?

Convenor and Chair:    Paul Salkovskis, University of Oxford

 

9.00                  Why Do Obsessional Thoughts Develop and Persist?  Implications from New Data Investigating the Appraisal of Obsessional Thoughts and its Relationship to Resistance, Frequency and Mood State

Christine Purdon, University of Waterloo, Ontario, Canada.

9.25                  When Is Enough Not Enough -  Do OCD Patients Operate Elevated Evidence Requirements in Decision-making?

Karina Wahl, Oxford University

9.50                  Cognitive Change in OCD: Is it Related to Type of Treatment and is it Necessary for Change?

Maureen L Whittal, University of British Columbia Hospital, Canada

10.15                Coffee/Tea

10.30                Targeting Danger Expectancies in Treatment-Resistant Compulsive Washing: Is Anything Else Required?

Ross G. Menzies, University of Sydney, Australia

11.00                What We Know and Don't Know in OCD: Setting an Agenda for Research

Paul Salkovskis, Oxford University


Open Papers 1

Training and Other Issues

Chair:                Mark Latham, Leeds Community & Mental Health Services NHS Trust

9.00                  Effectiveness of Cognitive-Behavioural Therapy Training: Proposals for Measurement and Evaluation

Mark Latham, Leeds Community and Mental Health Services NHS Trust

9.25                  Beyond Sheep: Training and Supervision in CBT the New Zealand Way

Henck van Bilsen, Auckland Institute for Cognitive and Behaviour Therapies, New Zealand

9.50                  Implementing our Bicultural Responsibilities at the University of Waikato

                        Anne Phipps, University of Waikato, Hamilton, New Zealand

10.15                Coffee/Tea

10.40                Seeing is Believing: An Innovative Method of Increasing Collaboration During Case Formulation

Mark Latham, Leeds Community and Mental Health Services NHS Trust

11.05                Cognitive Behaviour Therapy Approach to Disputing Dysfunctional Thoughts: From Theory to Practice

                        Danny C. Lam, Kingston and District Healthcare NHS Trust


Workshop 1

Medically Unexplained Symptoms (Chronic Fatigue Syndrome, Irritable Bowel Syndrome; Somatisation Disorder): A Generic Model and Therapeutic Approaches.

Trudie Chalder,

Guy’s King’s and St Thomas’ School of Medicine,


Workshop 2

Self-Esteem and Trauma

Claudia Herbert,

Oxford Development Centre Ltd and The Oxford Stress and Trauma Centre


Keynote Speakers


Dr Adrian Wells

University of Manchester

Metacognition and Emotional Disorder: Advances in Cognitive Therapy

Chair: Professor Graham Davey, University of Sussex

 

Professor Derek Johnston

University of St Andrews

Improving the Efficiency of Cognitive Behavioural Treatment

Chair: Dr Chris Williams, University of Glasgow


 Thursday 20th July - Afternoon Session


Symposium 6

Does CBT Have a Role in the Treatment of Anxiety and Depressive Disorders in Children and Adolescents?

Convenor:          Roz Shafran, University of Oxford

Chair:                Jonquil Drinkwater, Park Children’s Hospital, University of Oxford

 

14.00                The Hounslow School Return Programme - CBT in a Group Setting for School Refusing Children and Adolescents

Veira Bailey, Maudsley Hospital, University of London

14.25                Cognitive-Behavioural Treatment of Panic Disorder in Adolescents

                        Tom Ollendick, Virginia Polytechnic Institute & State University, USA

14.50                Cognitive Behaviour Therapies for Post Traumatic Stress Disorders in Children and Adolescents

                        William Yule, Institute of Psychiatry, University of London

15.15                Coffee/Tea

15.30                Does a Multimedia Psychoeducational Package for Young People with OCD Enhance Standard Treatment?

                        Isobel Heyman and Ian Frampton, Maudsley Hospital, University of London

15.55                Approaches in CBT for Depressive Disorders in Adolescence

Chrissie Verduyn and Julia Rogers, Manchester Children's Hospital NHS Trust, Manchester

16.20                Discussion

Jonquil Drinkwater, Park Children’s Hospital, University of Oxford


Symposium 7

The Use of Structured CBT Self-Help Materials

Convenor and Chair :   Chris Williams, University of Leeds

 

14.00                The MRC Prevention of Parasuicide Trial. Using Self-help Materials in Conjunction with Therapy.

Kate Davidson, Greater Glasgow Primary Care NHS Trust and University of Glasgow and Ulrike Schmidt, Maudsley Hospital, London

14.20                Help Yourself to Mental Health

Lorna Cameron*, Lesley Maunder*, Katie Bateman*, and Derek Milne.

14.40                Self-Help in CBT: Theme, Variation and Counterpoint

                        Paul Salkovskis, University of Oxford

 15.00                Re-establishing Control: The Development and Preliminary Evaluation of a Self-help Booklet for Survivors of Trauma and their Families.

Claudia Herbert, The Oxford Development Centre Ltd and The Oxford Stress and Trauma Centre

15.20                Coffee/Tea

15.40                A National Survey of BABCP Accredited Therapists Attitudes Towards and Use of Structured Self-help Materials.

Helen Keeley, Chris Williams*, David Shapiro, Norman Macaskill

16.00                CBT Self-help: a National and International Perspective

Stephen Williams,The Garth Surgery, Guisborough and The Whitecliffe Centre, East Cleveland Hospital.

16.20                Primary Mental Health Care – Delivering Self-Treatment as ‘Health Technology’

David Richards, PHASE Research Team, University of Manchester


Symposium 8

The Schema Concept

Convenors:            Lusia Stopa and Anne Waters, University of Southampton

Chairpersons:        Lusia Stopa, University of Southampton

Discussant:           Glenn Waller, St George’s Hospital Medical School, University of London

 

14.00                Introduction to the Symposium

14.05                The Young Schema Questionnaire: A Comparison of the Short and Long Forms with Two Different Clinical Populations

Glenn Waller, St George’s Hospital Medical School, London  and  Lusia Stopa, University of Southampton

14.30                The Influence of Mood on Responses to the Young Schema Questionnaire

Lusia Stopa, University of Southampton

14.55                The Association Between Dysfunctional Schemas and Psychopathology

Anne Waters, University of Southampton

15.20                Coffee/Tea

15.40                Schemas and Dissociation: A Mediating Role for Dissociation

Lisa Sheldon, University of Southampton.

16.05                Core Beliefs in Bulimia Nervosa and Depression: The Discriminant Validity of Young's Schema Questionnaire

Glenn Waller, St George’s Hospital Medical School, University of London


Symposium 9

Cognitions and Family Caregiving

Convenor and Chair:            Georgina Charlesworth, University of East Anglia

 

14.00                The Process of Caring: A Social-cognitive Approach

J Mitchell Noon, Cornwall Healthcare Trust.

14.35                Working with Relatives of People with Bipolar Disorder

Anne Palmer, Norfolk Mental Health Care NHS Trust

15.10                Coffee/Tea

15.30                The Impact of Care in Psychosis

Elizabeth Kuipers,  Institute of Psychiatry

16.10                Psychological Effects of Chronic Illness

Georgina Charlesworth, University of East Anglia


Symposium 10

Recurrent Major Depression: Cognitive Processes and Treatment Outcome

Convenor:          Costas Papageorgiou, University of Manchester and North Manchester NHS Trust

Chairs:              Jan Scott, University of Glasgow and Costas Papageorgiou, University of Manchester and North Manchester NHS Trust

Discussant:             Ivy Blackburn, University of Northumbria at Newcastle

 

14.00                The Role of Cognitive Therapy in the Treatment of Chronic Depressive Disorders

Jan Scott, University Of Glasgow

14.30                Assessing Vulnerability to Depressive Rumination: Development and Validation of the Positive Beliefs about Rumination Scale

Costas Papageorgiou, University of Manchester and North Manchester NHS Trust  and Adrian Wells, University Of Manchester

15.00                Coffee/Tea

15.30                Perceived and Actual Utility of Rumination in Recurrent Depression

Ed Watkins and Simona Baracaia, Institute of Psychiatry, Kings College London

16.00                Meta-This, -That and –the Third Thing: Concepts, Measures and Mediation of the Effects of Cognitive Therapy for Depression

Richard Moore, Addenbrooke’s Hospital NHS Trust, Cambridge

16.30                Discussion

Ivy Blackburn, University of Northumbria at Newcastle


Open Papers 2

Cognition and Emotion - Findings Across Disorders

Chair                 tba

14.00                A Longitudinal Study of Cognitive Abnormalities in Delusions at Different Levels of Information Processing

                        Emmanuelle Peters, Institute of Psychiatry, London

14.25                The Role of Magical Thinking in Obsessive-Compulsive Concerns.

                        Ross G. Menzies  University of Sydney, Australia.

14:50                Can Problem-Solving in Depression be Improved with Specific Autobiographical Memories?

Lorna Goddard, St. George’s Hospital Medical School,

15:15                Coffee/Tea

15.40                Future-Directed Thinking in Eating Disorders

Joanne Godley, King’s College Hospital Medical School, London

16.05                Peri-Traumatic Information Processing and the Development of Intrusions

Emily Holmes, Royal Holloway, University of London


Workshop 3

Manual-Assisted CBT for Pain and Sickle Cell Disease: A Self-Help Approach

Kofi Anie and Christina Fotopoulos,

Brent Sickle Cell and Thalassaemia Centre, Central Middlesex Hospital, London


Workshop 4

Clinical Supervision in CBT: Models and Practice for Trained Therapists

Tom Ricketts, Community Health Sheffield NHS Trust and Gill Donohoe, Doncaster Healthcare NHS Trust


Workshop 5

Anger Treatment with Assaultive and Refractory Patients

Raymond W Novaco, University of California, Irvine, USA


Keynote Speakers


Professor Tom Ollendick

Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University, USA

Evidenced-Based Treatments for Children: Promises and Pitfalls

Chair: Dr Roz Shafran, University of Oxford

 

Dr Art Freeman

Philadelphia College of Osteopathic Medicine, USA

We Have the Technology to Fly but is the Patient Willing to Get On Board?  Prochaska and DiClemente Revisited

Chair: Dr Ann Hackmann, University of Oxford

 

Dr. David Richards,

University of Manchester

“All Professions are Conspiracies Against the Laity” (Maple) - Choice, Accessibility and Equity in CBT.

Keynote Address to Mark the Forthcoming Retirement of Professor Isaac Marks

Chair Dr. Karina Lovell, University of Manchester


Friday 21st July - Morning Sessions


Symposium 11

Cognition, Development and Depression

Convenor and Chair:    Shirley Reynolds, University of East Anglia

9.00                  Introduction to the symposium

                        Shirley Reynolds, University of East Anglia

9.10                  Cognitive Development in Young Children and Their Ability to Engage in the Concepts of Cognitive Therapy.

Shirley Reynolds, University of East Anglia

9.35                  Negative Cognitions in Adolescents

Imogen Hobbs, Lifespan Trust, Cambridge

10.00                Coffee/Tea

10.30                Cognitive Vulnerability to Postnatal Depressive Symptomatology

Alison Hipwell, University of East Anglia

10.55               Cognitive Therapy for Depression in Older Adults.

                       Georgina Charlesworth, University of East Anglia/ and Alzheimer Society

11.20                Discussion


Symposium 12

Cognitive Processes Across Disorders: Implications for Theory, Treatment and Classification

Convenor and Chair:    Warren Mansell, University of Oxford

 

9.00                  Managing Unwanted Thoughts: The Effect of Thought Suppression in Insomnia, Acute Stress Disorder and Chronic Pain

Alison Harvey, University of Oxford

9.30                  Self-regulation and Anxiety: Instances of Maladaptive Metacognitive Monitoring and Control?

Adrian Wells, University of Manchester

9.55                  Common Cognitive Processes in Psychotic and Anxiety Disorders: Implications

Tony Morrison, Mental Health Services of Salford and University of Manchester

10.20                Fragments of Memory in Sensory Modalities Across the Disorders

Ann Hackmann, University of Oxford

10.45                Is Maladaptive Self-regulation at the Heart of Psychopathology? A Short Integrative Review?

Warren Mansell, University of Oxford

11.10                Discussion


Symposium 13

Cognitive Behavioural Treatment of Somatic Symptoms

Convenor and Chair:            Trudie Chalder, Guy’s King’s and St Thomas’ School of Medicine,

 

9.00                  Cognitive Behavioural Treatment of Chronic Fatigue Syndrome: Evidence from Randomised Controlled Trials and 5 year Follow Up.

Alicia Deale, Guy’s King’s and St Thomas’ School of Medicine, London

9.20                  Family Focused Cognitive Behavioural Psychotherapy for Adolescents with Chronic Fatigue Syndrome. Case Examples.

Vincent Deary, South London and Maudsley NHS Trust, London

9.40                  Who Believes They Have Gulf War Syndrome and Why? Suggestions for Therapeutic Interventions.

Trudie Chalder, Guy’s King’s and St Thomas’ School of Medicine, London

10.10                Coffee/Tea

10.30                In Patient Treatment of Somatisation Disorder: Inter-Disciplinary Working and Flexibility of Approach.

Michelle McAlpine, Maudsley Hospital, London

10.50                Causal Attributions for Somatic Sensations in Patients with Chronic Fatigue Syndrome and their Partners.

Janet Butler1, Trudie Chalder2, Simon Wessely2

1. Royal South Hants Hospital, Southampton

2. Guy’s King’s and St Thomas’ School of Medicine, London,


Symposium 14

Eating Disorders: New Developments in Theory and Research

Convenors:            Myra Cooper and Roz Shafran, University of Oxford

Chair:                    Roz Shafran, University of Oxford

 

9.00                  A Direct Evaluation of the Cognitive-Behavioural Model of Bulimia Nervosa

Sue Byrne, University of Oxford

9.30                  A Cognitive Model of Bulimia Nervosa

Myra Cooper, Warneford Hospital, University of Oxford.

10.00                Coffee/Tea

10.15                Cognitions and Their Origins in Women with Anorexia Nervosa, Normal Dieters and Female Controls

Hannah Turner, The Juniper Centre, Specialist Community Eating Disorder Service, Southampton.

10.45                Loneliness and Abandonment Cognitions in Bulimics: A Problem for CBT

Glenn Waller, St. George's Hospital Medical School, University of London

Discussant        Roz Shafran, University of Oxford


Roundtable Debate

Over-Valued Ideas: The Last Frontier in Cognitive Behaviour Therapy?

Convenor:          David Veale, Royal Free and University College Medical School, University College London & The Priory Hospital North London

Chair:                Elizabeth Kuipers, Institute of Psychiatry

 

Overvalued Ideas are Derived from Idealised Values that are Identified with the Self

David Veale, Royal Free and University College Medical School & The Priory Hospital North London.

 

Importance of Value or the Value of Importance?

Paul Salkovskis, University of Oxford

  

Chipping Away at the Anorexic Identity

Janet Treasure, South London & Maudsley Eating Disorder Unit and Institute of Psychiatry.

 

Apotemnophilia and Gender Dysphoria

Keren Fisher, The Royal National Orthopaedic Hospital, London.

 

Delusions: Over Valued, Over Convinced, Over Distressed?

Philippa Garety, Institute of Psychiatry, Guy's, King's and St Thomas' School of Medicine, London, & Adamson Centre for Mental Health, St Thomas' Hospital. 


Open Papers 3:

Issues in Training and Supervision

Chair                 Ken Lewis, University College Chester

9.00                  Using Cognitive Therapy Techniques in the Training Process

Frank Wills, University of Wales College Newport.

9.25                  Do We Preach What We Practise? The Potential Utility of Problem-Based Learning in the Training of Mental Health Professional

Dale Huey, University of Newcastle and Newcastle Cognitive & Behavioural Therapies Centre.

9.50                  Can General Practitioners Be Taught To Utilise Cognitive Behavioural Techniques for Panic Disorder?

Julie Forrest, Community Health Sheffield NHS Trust, Sheffield

10.20                Coffee/Tea

10.45                'Flexible Formats of Clinical Supervision': Description, Evaluation and Implementation

Veronica Oliver, University of Newcastle 

11.10                The Issue of Suitability for Supervision in Cognitive-Behavioural Therapy

Mark Latham, Leeds Community and Mental Health Services Trust


Workshop 6

CBT with Children and Parents: Issues of Dependency in Case Formulation, Treatment Goals and Effective Practice

Peter Fuggle and Vicki Curry, Camden and Islington Community NHS Trust, Chrissie Verdyn, Manchester Children's Hospital and Miranda Wolpert, Bedfordshire and Luton Community NHS Trust


Workshop 7

Motivational Interviewing: Forcing Change in Cognitive Behaviour Therapy

Henck Van Bilsen. Auckland Institute for Cognitive and Behaviour Therapies, New Zealand


Keynote Speakers


Professor Christine Maguth Nezu

Hahnemann University, USA

Sex, Lies and Problem Solving: Adaptation of PST (Problem-Solving Therapy) for the Treatment of Sexual Offenders

Chair: Dr Dave Richards, University of Manchester

 

Professor Bryan Lask

Child & Adolescent Eating Disorders Service, St George's Hospital Medical School, London

An Integrative Model of Eating Disorders and Their Treatment

Chair: Dr Myra Cooper, University of Oxford

 

Professor Elizabeth Kuipers

Institute of Psychiatry, King's College, London

Cognitive Behaviour Therapy for Psychosis: Family and Individual Approaches

Chair: Dr Gill Haddock, President BABCP


Friday 21st July - Afternoon Sessions


Symposium 15

Eating Disorders in Children and Adolescents

Convenor:            Myra Cooper and Roz Shafran, University of Oxford

Chair                   Myra Cooper, Warneford Hospital, University of Oxford.

 Discussant:       Bryan Lask, Child & Adolescent Eating Disorders Service, St George's Hospital Medical School, London.

 

14.00                Peer Influence on Children's Weight Concerns and Dieting

Andrew Hill, University of Leeds

14.30                Concerns about Weight and Shape and Dietary Restraint in Overweight 12 year old Children

Alison Burrows, Avon and Western Wiltshire Mental Health Care NHS Trust

15.00                Coffee/Tea

15.20                Working with Body Image Disturbance in Children and Adolescents with Eating Disorders.

Rachel Bryant-Waugh, Great Ormond Street Hospital for Sick Children, University of London.

15.50                Cognitive Behaviour Therapy for Adolescents with Anorexia Nervosa

Anne Stewart, Warneford Hospital, University of Oxford.


Symposium 16

Using Naturalistic Cognition to Study Anxiety and Depression

Convenor and Chair:    Andrew MacLeod, Royal Holloway, University of London

 

14.00                Future-Directed Thinking in Anxiety and Depression

Andrew MacLeod, Royal Holloway University of London

14.25                The Role of Mental Simulation in Thinking about Future Outcomes: Extension to Clinical Populations

Gary Brown, Salomons, Canterbury Christ Church University College

14.50                Positive Experiences In Daily Life: Depressed Versus Healthy Individuals

Daniela Barge-Schaapveld and Nancy Nicholson, Clinical Operations Europe, Solvay Pharmaceuticals  and Department of Psychiatry and Neuropsychology, Maastricht University

15.15                Coffee/Tea

15.35                Using Sentence Completion to Measure Depressive Thinking

Stephen Barton, University of Leeds

16.00                Cognitive Bias in Social Phobia

Lusia Stopa, University of Southampton

16.25                Discussion


Symposium 17

Cognitive Behavioural Treatment of Somatic Symptoms

Convenor and Chair:            Trudie Chalder, Guy’s King’s and St Thomas’ School of Medicine,

 

14.00                Aspects of the Therapeutic Alliance Associated with a Good Outcome in a Randomised Controlled Trial of Cognitive Behaviour Therapy and Counselling for Fatigue in Primary Care.

Emma Godfrey, Guy’s King’s and St Thomas’ School of Medicine, London

14.20                Risk Factors for the Development of Chronic Fatigue Syndrome: Implications for the Cognitive Behavioural Model.

Linda Fisher, South London and Maudsley NHS Trust, London

14.40                Coffee/Tea

15.00                Cognitive Behavioural Treatment of Non Epileptic Seizures. Results of a Pilot Study.

Sarah Mitchell O’Malley, Maudsley Hospital and The Institute of Psychiatry, London

15.20                Cognitive Behavioural Treatment of Irritable Bowel Syndrome in Primary Care: Training Nurses to Use Core Strategies.

Simon Darnley, Guy’s King’s and St Thomas’ School of Medicine, London


Symposium 18

Latest Thoughts on Theory and Practice in Therapy for Delusions and Hallucinations

Convenor:            Til Wykes, Institute of Psychiatry, London

 

14.00                Hallucinations and Their Treatment

Gill Haddock, Withington Hospital. Manchester

14.25                Auditory Hallucinations in Psychiatric and Non-Psychiatric Samples: Understanding the Hallucinatory Experience

Louise C Johns, University of Manchester

14.50                Group Cognitive Treatment for Persistent Auditory Hallucinations: A Controlled Trial

Til Wykes, Institute of Psychiatry, London

15.15                Coffee/Tea

15.35                A Cognitive Approach to Auditory Hallucinations: From Theory to Therapy

Tony Morrison, Mental Health Services of Salford

16.00                Why Psychosis is not Just a Neurodevelopmental Disorder

Richard Bentall, University of Liverpool


Open Papers 4:

Developmental Issues

Chair                 tba

 

14:00                CBT for Children: Can children distinguish thoughts from behaviour

Sian Coker, University of East Anglia

14.25                Childline at the Red Cross House in Reykjavik

Helgi Hjartson, Day Care Centres of Reykjavik, Iceland

14.50                The Validity of Dynamic Assessment Methods and Treatment Approaches for Chinese Children with Learning Disabilities

                        Alice Cheng Lai, Hong Kong Polytechnic University

15:15                Coffee/Tea

15:35                Childhood Contextual Correlates and Adult Psycho-Social Consequences of the Forgetting of Childhood Sexual Abuse

Elaine Hunter, Institute of Psychiatry, London

16.00                CBT for Adolescents with Impaired Functioning after Psychiatric Illness: 
                        Efficacy of a Group Treatment Study

                        Bea Vickers, Imperial College, London

16:25                 Alcohol Use Among British University Students: A Time for Intervention

                         Hayley Pattinson, University College, London


Open Paper 5

Affective, Obsessional and Other Difficulties

Chair:                tba

 

14.00                Panic Disorder with Agoraphobia Associated with Dizziness: Characteristic Symptoms and Psychosocial Sequelae

                        Lucy Yardley,  University of Southampton

14.25                Psychosocial Characteristics of Unipolar and Bipolar Patients, Pre and Post Cognitive Therapy: A Case Series.

                        Marie Pope, University of Newcastle

14.50               Response to Cognitive Therapy in Depression: The Role of Stable Hopelessness

                       Willem Kuyken, University of Exeter

 15.15                Coffee/Tea

 15.40                Long-Term Efficacy of a Cognitive Behavioural Intervention for 
                         Recently Rheumatoid Arthritis

Louise Sharpe, University of Sydney, Australia

16.05                Obsessive Compulsive Disorder and Brain Injury: Case Illustration of a Cognitive Behaviour Therapy in Neuro-Rehabilitation

Huw Williams, Oliver Zangwill Centre for Neuropsychological Rehabilitation, Ely 


Workshop 8

In Vivo Exposure in the Treatment of Anxiety Disorders: Some Guidelines and Suggestions.

Christine Purdon, University of Waterloo, and the Anxiety Treatment and Research Centre, St. Joseph's Hospital, Hamilton, Canada


Workshop 9

Supervision in the Cognitive and Behavioural Psychotherapies

Ken Lewis, University College Chester


Keynote Speakers


Professor Robert McMahon

University of Washington, Seattle, USA

Preventing Severe Conduct Problems in Children: The Fast Track Project

Chair: Dr Viera Bailey, Institute of Psychiatry, London

 

Professor Art Nezu

President of AABT, Hahnemann University, Philadelphia, USA

Problem Solving and Behaviour Therapy

Chair: Professor Jan Scott, BABCP President-Elect

 

Professor Ross G. Menzies

University of Sydney, Australia

Confessions of a Compulsive Checker: The Role of Overvalued Threat Expectancies in the Anxiety Disorders

Chair: Professor Paul Salkovskis, University of Oxford


Annual General Meeting 


Saturday 22nd July - Morning Sessions


Symposium 19

Relationships between Child Behaviour Problems and the Family Environment

Convenor and Chair:    Rachel Calam, University of Manchester

 

9.30                  Child Behaviour: Maternal Attributions, Depression and the Family Environment

Christine Barrowclough and Rachel Calam, University of Manchester

9.50                  Expressed Emotion, Attributions and Depression in Mothers of Children with Problem Behaviour

Catherine Bolton, Rachel Calam, Christine Barrowclough, Janine Roberts, Sarah Peters and Alison Wearden, University of Manchester

10.10                Maternal Attributions for Problem Child Behaviour; A Longitudinal Study of Mothers and their Children

Sarah Peters, Rachel Calam, Richard Harrington and Catherine Bolton

University of Liverpool

10.30                Coffee/Tea

11.00                Attributions, Interaction and Maternal Depression in the Development of Children’s Emotional and Behavioural Problems

Chrissie Verdyun and Rachel Calam, Royal Manchester Children’s Hospital, Manchester

11.20                The Role of Maternal Behaviour and Cognitions in the Development of Young Children’s Behaviour Problems

Charlotte Wilson, Frances Gardner, Jenny Burton and Sarah Ward

University of Manchester

11.40                Round Table discussion


Symposium 20

Diffusion of Psychological Innovation: Our Experience with Triple P (Positive Parenting Programme)

Convenor and Chair:            Matthew R Sanders, University of Queeensland, Australia

 

9.30                  Triple P (Positive Parenting Program): A Multi-level Parenting and Family Support Strategy.

Matthew R Sanders, University of Queensland, Brisbane, Australia

10.00                The Role of Training and Accreditation in the Multi-disciplinary Dissemination of an Empirically Validated Behavioural Family Intervention Strategy

Margaret Brechman-Toussaint, University of Queensland, Brisbane, Australia.

10.30                Coffee/Tea

10.45                Dissemination of Psychological Innovation in New Disciplines: A study of aids and obstacles to program implementation.

Turner, K.M.T., University of Queensland, Brisbane, Australia

11.15                An Integrative Ecological Approach to Dissemination with a Statewide Government Agency.

Margaret  Brechman-Toussaint, University of Queensland, Brisbane, Australia.

11.45                Discussion


Symposium 21

Cognitive Factors in the Etiology, Maintenance and Treatment of PTSD

 Convenor and Chair:    Freda McManus, Warneford Hospital, University of Oxford

 

9.30                  Cognitive Factors Involved in PostTraumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD): Findings From Assault Victims in Mozambique

Emma Dunmore, University of Surrey

10.00                Enhanced Perceptual Priming for Stimuli that Occur in a Traumatic Context

Tanja Michael, Warneford Hospital, University of Oxford

10.30                Coffee/Tea

10.45                The Phenomenology of Intrusive Memories in PTSD

Ann Hackmann, Warneford Hospital, University of Oxford

11.15                A Case Example of Longer-term Cognitive Behavioural Therapy for PTSD Following an Assault and Longstanding Low Self-esteem

Nick Grey, Traumatic Stress Clinic, Camden & Islington Community NHS, London


Open Papers 6

Depression and Related Issues

Chair                 tba

9.30                  The Course of Depression in Recent Onset Rheumatoid Arthritis: The 
                         Predictive Role of Disability, Illness Perceptions, Pain and Coping.

Louise Sharpe, University of Sydney, Australia

9.50                  Response to Cognitive Therapy in Depression: The Role of Maladaptive Beliefs and Personality Disorders

Willem Kuyken, University of Exeter

10.10.               Predicting Outcome in Clients attending a Cognitive-Behavioural Clinic 
                        for Depression

Gillian Hardy, University of Leeds

10.30                Coffee

10.45                Memories for Childhood Autobiographical Information: Comparing Adult Sexual Abuse Survivors with Controls

Elaine Hunter, Royal Holloway, University of London.

11.10                The Relationship Between Inflated Personal Responsibility and Exaggerated Danger Expectancies in Obsessive-Compulsive Concerns.

Ross G. Menzies, University of Sydney, Australia.


Workshop 10

Mindfulness – What Is It? And How to Use It

Nigel Mills, Gwent Healthcare NHS Trust


 Closing Address: Professor Jan Scott,  BABCP President Elect