Conference Programme


 

 

This programme is provisional and is constantly updated.

Wednesday afternoon
Thursday morning
Thursday afternoon
Friday morning
Friday afternoon
Saturday morning
Saturday afternoon

Wednesday 8th September 5.30 –6.45
Free to all workshop and conference attendees
 

 

Conference Welcome
Professor Christine Barrowclough, BABCP President and
Professor Jan van den Bout, EABCT President


Opening Keynote Address
Dr Aaron Beck,
University of Pennsylvania, USA
Origin, Evolution, and Current State of Cognitive Therapy: The Inside Story

Chair: Professor Robert Leahy
Cornell University, USA

Thursday 9th September 8.30 – 10.00
Attention Training and Treatment: Nature and Effects
Convenor & Chair

Speakers
Adrian Wells, University of Manchester

Adrian Wells, University of Manchester
Lucia R. Valmaggia, Institute of Psychiatry, London
Susan Bögels, Maastricht University, The Netherlands
Theo K. Bouman, University of Groningen, The Netherlands
Richard J. Brown, University of Manchester, UK
Michael J. Cavanagh, Sydney University, NSW

Bipolar Disorder: From Theory to Therapy
Convenors


Speakers
Steven Jones, University of Manchester and
Warren Mansell, Institute of Psychiatry, London

Anne Palmer, Norfolk Mental Health Care Trust, Norfolk
Matthias Schwannauer, Division of Clinical and Health Psychology, University of Edinburgh and Bipolar Disorder Service, Lothian Primary Care NHS Trust
Steven Jones, University of Manchester
Frances Colom, Stanley Foundation Research Center, Barcelona, Spain
Thomas Meyer, University of Tuebingen

Psychosis and Trauma
Convenors


Speakers
Craig Steel, University College London and
Tony Morrison, University of Manchester

David Fowler, University of East Anglia
Pauline Callcott, University of Newcastle
Ingo Schaefer, University of Hamburg
Anthony Morrison, University of Manchester

Modifying standard CBT for use with specific child and adolescent populations: Issues, findings and implications
Convenors


Chair
Speakers
Kate Sofronoff, and Jeanie Sheffield, University
of Queensland, Australia

Dr Brechman-Toussaint, University of New England, Australia
Dr Sofronoff, School of Psychology, University of Queensland, Australia.
Jeanie Sheffield, University of Queensland, Australia
Dr Sheffield, University of Queensland, Australia

Recent Developments in Social Phobia: A Europe Perspective
Convenors


Speakers
Thomas Heidenreich, University Clinic Johann Wolfgang Geothe,
Frankfurt and Ulrich Stangier, University of Frankfurt

Lusia Stopa, University of Southampton
Rachel Mycroft and Colette Hirsch, Institute of Psychiatry, London Ulrich Stangier and Thomas Heindenreich, Frankfurt, Germany
Sandra Mulkens, Maastricht, The Netherlands
Finn-Manus Borge, Modum Bad, Norway

Case Formulation: Science and Art
Convenors


Discussant
Speakers
Willem Kuyken, University of Exeter and
Rob Dudley, Newcastle Cognitive and Behavioural Therapies Centre

Nick Tarrier, University of Manchester
Willem Kuyken, University of Exeter
Rob Dudley, Newcastle Cognitive and Behavioural Therapies Centre
Ian James, University of Newcastle Upon Tyne
Peter Kinderman, University of Liverpool

Cognitive Processes in Eating Disorders
Convenor

Chair
Discussant
Speakers
Michelle Lee, University of Oxford

Myra Cooper, Isis Education Centre, University of Oxford
Ulrike Schmidt, Institute of Psychiatry London
Caroline Braet, University of Ghent, Belgium
Anita Jansen, University of Maastricht, The Netherlands
Myra Cooper, Isis Education Centre, University of Oxford
Kate Somerville, Isis Education Centre, University of Oxford
Michelle Lee, University of Oxford

Where is the B in CBT
Convenor

Chair
Discussant
Speakers
Caroline Dobson, Highland Primary Care Trust, Scotland

Isaac Marks, Institute of Psychiatry, London
Glynn Owens, Auckland, New Zealand
Dave Peck, University of Stirling and Highland Primary Care Trust, Scotland
Paul Fleming, Greater Glasgow Primary Care Trust, Scotland
Alison Robertson, Northgate and Prudhoe NHS Trust and
University of Newcastle, UK

Research on Borderline Personality Disorder
Convenor


Speakers
Simkje Sieswerda and Arnoud Arntz, Maastricht University, The Netherlands

Arnoud Arntz Maastricht University, The Netherlands
Christian Stiglmayr, Free University of Berlin, Germany
Babette Renneberg, University of Heidelberg, Germany
Simjke Sieswerda, Maastricht University, The Netherlands

Open Papers: Issues in Behavioural Medicine
Chair

Speakers
Gerant Price

Prevention of implantable-defibrillator shocks by cognitive behavioral therapy : A randomized controlled trial
Cottraux J, Chevalier P, Mollard E,YaoSN, Burri H, Restier R, Adeleine P, Touboul P, Anxiety Disorder Unit, Hôpilal Neurologique, Lyon and Cardiology and Intensive Care Department, Hôpital Cardiologique, Lyon

Parental posttraumatic stress symptoms in response to their child’s diagnosis of diabetes
Antje Horsch, Freda McManus and Paul Kennedy, Isis Education Centre, Warneford Hospital, Oxford

Solution-focused multi-modal CBT for chronic pain
K. Pöhlmann, University Hospital for Psychotherapy and Psychosomatic Medicine, Dresden, T. Rausch, T. Tonhauser , B. Arnold, Clinic Dachau, Germany & P. Joraschky, University Hospital for Psychotherapy and Psychosomatic Medicine, Dresden

Effectiveness of cognitive-behavioural therapy in treatment of patients with hypertension
Kiis, K.Centre for Coronary Health, Central Hospital of East-Tallinn, Estonia

 

Thursday 9th September 10.00 - 11.30
Anxiety and Attention: Research innovations in research and implications for theory and treatment
Convenor

Discussant
Speakers
Warren Mansell, Institute of Psychiatry

Marcel Van Den Hout, University of Utrecht, Netherlands
Arne Ohman, Karolinska Institutet, Stockholm
Elaine Fox, University of Essex
Karin Mogg and Brendon Bradley, University of Southampton
Susan Bogels, University of Maastricht

Innovations in the Treatment of Generalised Anxiety Disorder
Convenors

Discussant:
Speakers
Mary Welford, Manchester Mental Health Partnership

Tom Borkovec, Penn State University, University Park, PA
Peter Fisher, University of Manchester, UK
Adrian Wells, University of Manchester
Mary Welford, Manchester Mental Health Partnership

Substance Abuse in Psychosis
Convenor

Speakers
Christine Barrowclough, University of Manchester

Don Linzen, University of Amsterdam
Amanda Baker, University of Newcastle, Australia
Hermine Graham, University of Birmingham
Christine Barrowclough, University of Manchester

Use of New Technologies In the Treatment of Children and Adolescents
Convenors

Speakers
Ulrike Schmidt, Institute of Psychiatry, London

Alex Robinson, , Institute of Psychiatry, London
William Yule, Institute of Psychiatry, London
Cathy Richards, Young Peoples Unit, Royal Edinburgh Hospital, Edinburgh
Isaac Marks, Institute of Psychiatry, London
Cynthia Turner, Institute of Psychiatry, London
Jane Morris and Chris Williams, University of Glasgow, Scotland

Open Paper: Neuropsychology, Physiology and Temperament: Relationships with Cognition/Behaviour
Chair

Speakers

Nick Hawkes, University of East London

Autonomic and respiratory pathophysiology of clinical anxiety: Effects of diagnosis, situation, and treatment
Frank H. Wilhelm, Alicia E. Meuret, Georg W. Alpers, Alexander L. Gerlach, Werner Trabert, Walton T. Roth, Stanford University and VA Palo Alto Health Care System

Neuroimaging and CBT on anxiety disorders
Prasko, J.; Horacek, J.; Paskova, B., Prague Psychiatric Centre, Czech Republic; and 3rd Medical Faculty of Charles University, Prague, Czech Republic; and Centre of Neuropsychiatric Studies, Prague, Czech Republic Praskova, H., Out-patients Psychiatric Clinic, Prague, Czech Republic

Perceptual Asymmetries in Generalized Anxiety Disorder
John, R., Becker, E. & Rinck, M. TU Dresden, Insitut für Klinische Psychologie und Psychotherapie

Relationships Between Schemas (Young’s Model) And The Bis/Bas Individual Differences (Gray’s Model).
Cid, J. Servei de Rehabilitació. Parc Hospitalari Marti i Julià. I.A.S. Girona. and Torrubia, R., Unitat de Psicología Mèdica. Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona. Barcelona.

Risk Factors and the Treatment of Chronic Pain
Convenors


Chair
Speakers
Steven Linton, Orebro University Hospital, Sweden
Amanda Williams, Institute of Psychiatry, University of London

Steven Linton, Orebro University Hospital, Sweden
Amanda Williams, Institute of Psychiatry, University of London
Chris Main, University of Manchester, UK
Geert Crombez, University of Gent, Belgium
Chris Eccleston, University of Bath, UK.

Case Formulation: Art and Science (Roundtable)
Convenors

Speakers
Willem Kuyken and Rob Dudley

Dan Freeman, Institute of Psychology
Melanie Fennell, Institute of Psychology
Ian James, Newcastle Cognitive Therapy Training Centre
Glenys Parry, University of Sheffield
Chris Williams, University of Glasgow

Body Image in Eating Disorders: Assessment and Treatment
Convenors

Discussant
Chair
Speakers
Brunna Caffier-Tushen, University of Seigen, Germany

Glenn Waller, St. Georges´Hospital Medical School, London
Terry Wilson, Rutgers University, USA
Brunna Caffier-Tushen, University of Seigen, Germany
Roz Shafran, University of Oxford
Michael Probst, Eating Disorders Unit, University Centre, Kortenberg, Belguim
Terry Wilson, Rutgers University, USA
Vicki Mountford, St. George’s Eating Disorders Service, University of Bristol, UK

Cross-Cultural aspects of social anxiety: An International imitative
Convenor


Speakers
Ulrike Willutzki, Faculty for Psychology, Rhur-University Bochum, Germany

Nina Heinrichs, Technical University Braunschweig, Germany
Ron Rapee, Macquarie University, Australia
Lynn Alden, University of British Columbia, Canada
Susan Bogels, University of Maastricht, The Netherlands
Stefan Hofmann, Dept of Psychology, Boston University, USA
Kyung Oh, Yonsei University, Seoul, Korea
Yuji Sakano, School of Psychological Science, Hokkaido, Japan

A Decade On: Long-term Outcome of 8 Clinical Trials of CBT for Anxiety Disorders
Convenor

Chair
Discussant
Speakers

Rob Durham, University of Dundee

Kevin Power, University of Stirling
Kate Davidson University of Glasgow
Julie Chambers, University of Stirling & University of Dundee
Ranald MacDonald, University of Stirling
Kirsten Major, Health Economist, Ayrshire and Arran Health Board
Rob Durham, University of Dundee & Donald Sharp, University of Hull

 

Thursday 9th September Keynotes 11.30-12.30
Keynote Speakers

Professor Andrew Matthews
Cognition and Brain Sciences Unit
Emotional Processing Biases: Nature and Modification

Professor Philipa Garety
Guys’ King’s and St Thomas’s School of Medicine, London
Making Sense of Delusions: A Matter of Judgement?

Professor Susan Bogels
University of Maastricht, The Netherlands
Anxiety Disorders and the Family

Professor David Richards
University of York
Throwing Therapy Away: Stepping Up or Dumbing Down? An Examination of Solutions that Improve Access to Therapy

Dr Ulrike Schmidt
Kings College London
Motivational Work in the Treatment of Eating Disorders

Professor Bill Lindsay
University of Abertay, Dundee, Scotland
Considering Emotion in People with Intellectual Disabilities within a Cognitive-Behavioural Framework

Thursday 9th September 1.30 – 3.00
Training Cognitive Bias in Emotional Disorders I
Convenor

Chair and
Discussant

Speakers

Colette Hirsch, Institute of Psychiatry, London

Sue Grey, South London and Maudsley NHS Trust


Emily Holmes, MRC Cognition and Brain Sciences Unit, Cambridge
Laura Hoppit, MRC Cognition and Brain Sciences Unit, Cambridge
Graham C.L. Davey. University of Sussex
Elaine Fox, University of Essex

The Hide and Seek of Cognitive Vulnerability Markers for depressed mood: Empirical Data on implicit attitudes, attention and inhibition
Convenor


Speakers

Rudi de Raedt, Ghent University, Department of Experimental Clinical and Health Psychology

Ernst Koster, Ghent University, Department of Experimental Clinical and Health Psychology
Erik Fracnk, Ghent University, Department of Experimental Clinical and Health Psychology
Ellen Goeleven, Ghent University, Department of Experimental Clinical and Health Psychology
Rudi de Raedt, Ghent University, Department of Experimental Clinical and Health Psychology

CBT for Psychosis: Do we have a unified therapy?
Convenor

Chair
Speakers

Emmanuelle Peters, Institute of Psychiatry, London

Aaron Beck, University of Pennsylvania
David Fowler, University of East Anglia
Max Birchwood, University of Birmingham
David Kingdon, University of Southampton
Nick Tarrier, University of Manchester
Hazel Nelson, Private Practise

Family Factors in the Development of Anxiety in Children and Adolescents
Convenor

Speakers

Cathy Creswell, School of Psychology, University of Reading

Alice Gregory, Institute of Psychiatry, King’s College London
Rebecca Wheatcroft, Greenwich Child and Adolescent Mental Health Service, London
Catherine Gallop, School of Psychology, University of Reading
Tina In Albon, University of Basel, Switzerland

Cognitive-behavioural approaches applied to Health Anxiety and "Hypochondriasis": the results are reassuring
Convenor and Discussant:
Speakers

Paul Salkovskis, Dept of Psychology, Institute of Psychiatry

Paul Salkovskis, Dept of Psychology, Institute of Psychiatry
Ulla Wattar, Centre for Cognitive Therapy, Copenhagen, Denmark
Per Sorenson, Liaison Psychiatric Clinic, Bispebjerg University Hospital, Copenhagen, Denmark
Anja Greeven, University of Leiden, Netherlands.
Philip Spinhoven, University of Leiden, Netherlands
Sibylle Rode, Heinrich Mann Klinik, bad Liebenstein, Germany

Low Intensity Intervention in Cognitive Behaviour Therapy:
Evidence for Effectiveness
Convenor and Chair:

Speakers

Gerhard Andersson, University of Uppsala, Sweden

Isaac Marks, Institute of Psychiatry, London
Karina Lovell, University of Manchester
Gerhard Andersson, University of Uppsala, Sweden
P Carlbring, Uppsala University, Sweden

CBT in Methadone treatment of opiate misusers: UKCBT trial results
Convenor


Speakers

Paul Davis, University College London and Colin Drummond, St George’s Medical School, London

Monica McCusker, St George’s Medical School, London
Simon Coulton, University of York
Nick Tarrier, University of Manchester

Panel Discussion: Developing Training Standards for CBT in Europe
Chair:

Speakers

Jaak Beckers, Leuven, EABCT training Coordinator

TBC

Assessment and Treatment of Mental Health Problems in people with intellectual disabilities
Convenor

Speakers

Chris Hatton, University of Lancaster

Richard Hastings, University of Wales
Gillian Haddock, University of Manchester
Stephen Kellett, Psychological Healthcare, Barnsley, UK
Steve Oathamshaw, University of Manchester
Chris Hatton, University of Lancaster

Self Esteem
Convenor

Discussant
Speakers

Mary Welford, Manchester Mental Health Partnership

Melanie Fennell, University of Oxford
Paul Gilbert, University of Derby
Peter Trower, University of Birmingham

Open Paper: Attributional Style and Psychosis: Current Perspectives
Convenor

Speakers
Lloyd Humphreys, Psychology Services Bolton, Salford and
Trafford Mental Health Trust

Peter Kinderman, Fiona Lobban and Jayne Merrin, University of
Liverpool
Lloyd Humphreys and Johnathan Ward, Psychology Services
Bolton, Salford and Trafford Mental Health Trust

 

Thursday 9th September 3.00 – 4.30
Training Cognitive Bias in Emotional Disorders II
Convenor

Chair and Discussant
Speakers

Colette Hirsch, Institute of Psychiatry, London

Sue Grey, South London and Maudsley NHS Trust
Colette Hirsch, Institute of Psychiatry, London
Bundy Mackintosh, MRC Cognition and Brain Sciences Unit, Cambridge
Jonathon Huppert, Center for Treatment and Study of Anxiety, University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia
Nader Amir, Department of Psychology, University of Georgia

The state of art in depression research I: cognitive processes
Convenors and Chair


Discussant
Speakers

Edward Watkins, Institute of Psychiatry and
Costas Papageorgiou, University of Lancaster

Dirk Hermans, University of Leuven, Belgium
David Clark, University of New Brunswick, Canada
Gil Robinson, University of New Brunswick, Canada
John E. Roberts, Morgen A. R. Kelly, and Kathryn A. Bottonari, , State University of New York, USA
Costas Papageorgiou, University of Lancaster
Edward Watkins, Institute of Psychiatry, London

Caring for Psychosis
Convenor

Speakers

Elizabeth Kuipers, Institute of Psychiatry, London

Phillipe Delespaul and Jim van Os, University of Maastricht, The Netherlands
Grainne Fadden, Birmingham Mental Health Trust,
George Szmukler, Institute of Psychiatry, London
Paul Farmer, Public Affairs Director, Rethink, UK
Juliana Onwumere, Institute of Psychiatry, London
Phil Watson, Institute of Psychiatry, London

Interventions with children and adults who have experienced trauma
Convenor


Chair
Speakers

Paul Stallard, Dept Child and Family Psychiatry Royal United Hospital, Bath

William Yule, Institute of Psychiatry, London
Richard Meiser-Stedman, Institute of Psychiatry,London
Patrick Smith, Institute of Psychiatry, London
Atle Dyregrov, Centre for Crisis Psychology, Bergen, Norway
Paul Stallard, Dept Child and Family Psychiatry Royal United

Open Paper: Efficacy of CBT
Chair

Speakers

Nick Hawkes, University of East London

Cognitive-behavioural therapy and pharmacotherapy in the treatment of patients suffering with unipolar recurrent depression
Prasko J., Johanovska, E., Clar I., Kosova J., Klaschka J., Paskova B., Pec O., Ondrackova I., Seifertova D., Sipek J., + Praskova H. Prague Psychiatric Centre, 3rd Medical Faculty of Charles University, Prague, Centre of Neuropsychiatric Studies; + Out-patients Psychiatric Clinic, Horni Palata, 1st Medical Faculty, Charles University, Prague, Czech Republic

CBT for early intervention in Panic Disorder: a pilot study
Alex Nuthall Dept. of Psychological therapies, Chaddeslode house, Shrewsbury

A randomised controlled trial comparing an adult education class using cognitive behavioural therapy (‘Stresspac’) vs anxiety management group treatment for anxiety disorders in adult mental health
Kitchiner, N.J., Wood, S., Edwards, D., Sainsbury, S., Hewin, P., Bisson, J.I. & Burnard, P.University Hospital of Wales & University of Wales College of Medicine

Effects of individual on group Stress Management Training compared to care as usual in patients suffering froms work related stress or burnout
W. de Vente, J.H. Kamphuis, P.M.G. Emmelkamp, M. Olff, R. Blonk, Department of Clinical Psychology, University of Amsterdam

Cognitive Behavioural Therapy for Physical Illness
Convenor

Discussant
Speakers

Stirling Moorey, Institute of Psychiatry, London

Anne Marie O’Dwyer, St James’s Hospital Dublin.
Linda Fisher, Institute of Psychiatry, King’s College London.
Sonya Collier, St James’s Hospital, Dublin, Ireland.
Stirling Moorey, Maudsley Hospital, London
Trudie Chalder, Weston Education Centre, London

Using Self-Help in Busy Clinical Practice: Planned Stepped Care Recovery
Convenor

Speakers

Chris Williams, University of Glasgow, Scotland

Rob Durham, University of Dundee, Scotland
David A Shapiro, University of Leeds and University of Sheffield
Isaac Marks, Institute of Psychiatry, London
Liz Anderson, University of Bristol
Robert Dudley, Newcastle Cognitive and Behavioural Therapies Centre
Chris Williams, University of Glasgow
Godelief Willemse, Trimbos Institute, Netherlands Institute of Mental Health & Addiction
Mark Bradley, Langbaurgh Primary Care Psychology and Counselling Service, Tees and North East Yorkshire NHS Trust

Abuse images of children and the Internet
Convenor

Speakers

Max Taylor, University College Cork, Ireland

Ethel Qualyle, University College Cork, Ireland
David Middleton, National Probation Directorate, Home Office
Max Taylor, University College Cork, Ireland

Social Cognition and Psychological distress in people with intellectual distress
Convenor

Speakers

Andrew Jahoda, University of Glasgow, Scotland

Dave Dagnan, Northumbria University
Carol Pert, University of Glasgow, Scotland
Andrew Jahoda, University of Glasgow, Scotland
Derek G Moore, University of East London, UK

Development and Treatment of voices
Convenor


Speakers

Till Wykes, Institute of Psychiatry, London and
Max Birchwood, University of Birmingham

Max Birchwood, University of Birmingham
Sandra Escher, University of Groningen, The Netherlands
Peter Trower, University of Birmingham
Til Wykes, Institute of Psychiatry, London
Christine Barrowclough, University of Manchester

 

Thursday 9th September Keynotes: 4.30 - 5.30
Keynote Speakers

Professor John Teasdale
MRC Cognition and Brain Sciences Unit, Cambridge
Mindfulness and the third wave of cognitive-behavioural therapies

Dr Antonio Pinto
University of Naples, Italy
Cognitive Behaviour Therapy for Schizophrenia: Historical Evolution and current approaches

Professor Paul Salkovskis
Institute of Psychiatry, London, UK
The Future of Psychological Treatments for Anxiety

Professor Tom Borkovec
Penn State University, USA
What Basic Research And Therapy Outcome Research On Generalized Anxiety Disorder Has Taught Us About Being Human Beings

Mellanie Fennell
University of Oxford
Keynote has been cancelled

 

Thursday 9th September 5.45 – 6.45
 

 

BABCP Annual General Meeting

 

 

 

 


 

  Friday 10th September

 

Friday 10th September. 8.30 - 10.00
Metacognition and Psychological Disorders: Implications for Cognitive Therapy
Convenor and Chair

Speakers

Adrian Wells, University of Manchester,

Adrian Wells, University of Manchester
Peter Fisher, University of Manchester
Marcantonio Spada, London Metropolitan University
Costas Papageorgiou, Lancaster University
Dirk Hermans, University of Leuven, Belgium

Psychosis and Depression
Convenor

Speakers

Anja Wittkowski, University of Manchester

Max Birchwood, University of Birmingham
Mark Van Der Gaag, University of Leiden, The Netherlands
Lucia Valmaggio, Institute of Psychiatry
Roger Hagen, Norwegian University of Science and Technology

Using Creative Techniques in Child Cognitive Behaviour Therapy
Convenor and Chair

Speakers

Tammie Ronen, Tel-Aviv University, Israel

Michael Rosenbaum, Tel Aviv University, Israel
Youssi Adir, Shiba Hospital, Israel
Maria Zafiropoulou, University of Thessaly, Greece
Tammie Ronen, Tel-Aviv University, Israel

Child Open Paper
Speakers

TBC

Common Factors in Psychological Change
Convenor

Speakers

Michael Barkham, University of Leeds

Gillian Hardy, University of Sheffield
Michael Barkham, University of Leeds
David A Shapiro, Universities of Leeds & Sheffield
William B Stiles, Miami University, USA

Effectiveness research
Convenors

Speakers

Jo Smith and John McGovern

Jo Smith, Worcester NHS Trust
John McGovern, University of Manchester
Steve Jones. University of Manchester

Cognitive Perspectives on the Behaviour of Carers Working with People with Intellectual Disabilities
Convenor

Speakers

Dave Dagnan, Northumbria University

Andrew Jahoda, University of Glasgow Scotland
Dave Dagnan, Northumbria University
Heather Armstrong, North Cumbria Mental Health and Learning Disabilities NHS Trust and Northumbria University
John Rose, University of Birmingham

Jumping to conclusions in delusions: empirical and conceptual advances
Convenor

Discussant and
Chair:

Speakers

Daniel Freeman, Institute of Psychiatry, London

Philipa Garety, Institute of Psychiatry, London


Suzanne Jolley, Institute of Psychiatry, London
Matt Broome, Institute of Psychiatry, London
Robert Dudley, Newcastle Cognitive and Behavioural Therapies Centre, Newcastle
Daniel Freeman, Institute of Psychiatry, London

Diagnostic and Treatment issues in compulsive hoarding
Convenor

Discussants
Speakers

Randy Frost, Smith College, Boston

Gail Steketee, Boston University
Todd Farchione, Boston University
Christopher Mogan, University of Melbourne
Jessica Grisham, Boston University
Fugen Neziroglu, Bio-Behavioural Institute, New York

Activation, Inhibition and Attribution in Bipolar Disorder: Advances in Research and Theory
Convenor

Speakers

Warren Mansell, Institute of Psychiatry, London and Steven Jones

Richard Bentall, University of Manchester
Björn Meyer, University of Surrey Roehampton
Sheri Johnson, University of Miami, USA
Warren Mansell, Institute of Psychiatry

 

Friday 10th September: 10.00 – 11.30
The role of processing modes in depressive and anxious psychopathology: inducing modes to alter mood state
Convenor

Speakers

Ed Watkins, Institute of Psychiatry, London

Filip Raes, University of Leuven, Belgium
Pierre Philippot, University of Louvain, Belgium
Ed Watkins, Institute of Psychiatry, London

Paranoia: New Research on persecutory ideation
Convenor

Speakers

Daniel Freeman and Philippa Garety, Institute of Psychiatry

Richard Bentall, University of Manchester
Rhiannon Corcoran, University of Manchester
Helen Startup, Institute of Psychiatry
Daniel Freeman, Institute of Psychiatry
Lynne Ellett, Institute of Psychiatry

Cognitive Behaviour Therapy for Borderline Personality Disorder
Convenor

Chair and
Discussant

Speakers

Kate Davidson, University of Glasgow, Scotland

Philip Tata, CNWL NHS Trust, London


Anoek Weertman, University of Maastricht, The Netherlands
Josephine Giesen-Bloo, Maastricht University, The Netherlands
Kate Davidson, University of Glasgow, Scotland
Andrew Gumley, University of Glasgow, Scotland

Anxiety in Children: From General to Specific
Convenor

Speakers

Sylvia Shneider, University of Basel Switzerland

Ron Rapee, Macquarie University, Sydney Australia
Anne Marie Albano, New York University, USA
Dennise Boden, University of Maastricht, The Netherlands
Sam Cartwright-Hatton, University of Manchester

Open Paper: Cognitive Processes in Psychological Disorders
Chair:

Speakers

Jen Wild, Institute of Psychiatry

Cognitive factors influencing the start of a compulsive wash
Wahl, K, University of Luebeck, Germany, Salkovskis, P.M. Institute of Psychiatry, London, UK, Kordon, A, & Hartmann, J. University of Marburg, Germany

An examination of the immediate impact of cognitive/imagery manipulation of self-representations on interpersonal problem solving ability, affect and levels of general self-efficacy of a clinically depressed population and a matched non-depressed control group
Ridgeway, N.L., Manning, J.P. & Westacott, M.University of East Anglia, Norwich

Attributional Style, Defensive Functioning and Persecutory Delusions: Symptom Specific or General Coping Strategy?
Humphreys, L. and Barrowclough, C.Psychology Services, Bolton, Salford and Trafford Mental Health NHS Trust, Manchester; Academic Division of Clinical Psychology, University of Manchester,

Key Cognitions in Paranoia and Social Phobia; An Assessment of the Similarities and Differences
Newman Taylor, K. & Stopa, L. Clinical Psychology, Department of Psychiatry, Royal South Hants. Hospital, Southampton and University of Southampton.

Alternative Methods for Investigating the Validity and Reliability of Questionnaires: Cognitive Interviewing versus the Questionnaire Appraisal Coding System
Hawkes, N.C. University of East London, Brown, G.P. Royal Holloway University of London, and Tata, P. Imperial College London

 

The Therapist relationship in CBT
Convenor and Chair

Speakers

Paul Gilbert, University of Derby

Paul Gilbert, University of Derby
Chris Gillespie, Derbyshire Mental Health Trust Services Trust
Robert Leahy, Cornell University, USA
Lucio Bizzini, Hopitaux Universitaires de Geneve, Switzerland
Tom Schroder, Derbyshire Mental Health Trust Services

Panel Discussion: Common Language in Psychotherapy Project (CliP)
Chair


Speakers

Mehmet Sungur, Marmara University, Department of Psychiatry, Istanbul

Issac Marks, Institute of Psychiatry, London

Working with Staff and Clients using Cognitive Approaches
Convenor

Speakers

Peter Langdon, University of East Anglia

Peter Langdon, University of East Anglia
Kathryn Sams, University of East Anglia
Suzanne Collins, University of East Anglia
Ian Newey, University of East Anglia

Accreditation and Registration
Convenor


Chair
Speakers

Amanda Cole, Cognitive Therapy Services and Plymouth Primary
Care Trust, Devon

TBC

Open Paper: Psychosis
Speakers

Do cognitive accounts really offer a coherent account of the positive psychotic symptoms? A critical appraisal of the theory?
Jakes, S & Rhodes, J. Macarthur Mental Health Service, NSW 2519, Australia & Department of Clinical Psychology, Haringey Mental Health Service Trust, London UK

Attributional style, defensive functioning and persecutory delusions: Symptom specific or general coping strategy?
Humphreys, L & Barrowclough. C Psychology Services, Bolton, Salford & Trafford Mental Health NHS Trust, Bury New Road, Prestwich, Manchester M25 3BL; Academic Division of Clinical Psychology, School of Psychiatry & Behavioural Sciences, University of Manchester, UK

Cognitive Behaviour Therapy for Command Hallucinations: A Randomised Controlled Trial
Birchwood, Max

Exploring Persecutory Delusions: Phenomenology and Emotional Distress
Green, Catherine. Department of Psychology, Institute of Psychiatry, King’s College London, University of London, UK

Open Paper: Appetitive
Speakers

Self-control in obesity
Van Hout, Gerbrand. Catharina Hospital, Dept., of Medical Psychology

How effective is the prevention of eating disorders in the long run? Results of the evaluation of a school-based training program
Dannigkeit, N, Koster, G & Tuschen-Caffier, B. Christoph-Dornier Foundation for Clinical Psychology, InstituteSiegen and Department of Psychology, Bielefield University

Cognitive behavioural treatment of obese children and their parents
Munsch, S & Roth, B. University of Bale, Department of Psychology

Behavioural Experiments in Eating Disorders.
Cooper, Myra; Whitehead, Linette & Broughton, Nicky. Isis Education Centre, University of Oxford and Oxford Adult Eating Disorder Service, Warneford Hospital, Oxford

 

Friday 10th September: Keynotes: 11.30 – 12.30
Keynote Speakers

Dr Metin Basoglu
Institute of Psychiatry, London
Cognitive Behaviour Therapy with Refugees and Asylum Seekers

Professor Lars-Goran Ost
University of Stockholm, Sweden
Does CBT work in clinical settings or only in the ivory towers of the researchers?

Professor Christine Barrowclough
University of Manchester
The Social Context of Psychosis

Professor Steven Linton
Orebro University Hospital Sweden
The new view of Chronic Pain: from risk factors to early interventions

Professor Colin Espie
University of Glasgow, Scotland
The Straw that broke the camels back: sleep and wakefulness in people with intellectual disabilities

Professor Aaron T. Beck
University of Pennsylvania, USA
Classification, assessment, prediction and intervention for suicidal behaviors

 

 

Friday 10th September: 1.00 – 2.00
 


EABCT Annual General Meeting

Friday 10th September: 1.30 – 3.00
Imagery and the distressed self
Convenor


Chair
Speakers

Martin Conway, University of Durham and
Emily Holmes, MCR Cognition and Brian Sciences Unit, Cambridge

Emily Holmes, MRC Cognition and Brain Sciences Unit, Cambridge,
Martin Conway, University of Durham
Ann Hackman, University of Oxford
Colette Hirsh, Institute of Psychiatry, London
Paul Gilbert, Mental Health Research Unit Kingsway Hospital, Derby

Psychological Processes in Suicidal Behaviour
Convenor

Speakers

Andy MacLeod, Royal Holloway, University of London

Andy MacLeod, Royal Holloway, University of London
Mark Williams, University of Oxford
Rory O’Connor, University of Strathclyde
Thorsten Barnhofer, University of Oxford

Refugees and Asylum Seekers
Convenor

Speakers

Jake Bowley, Pennine Care NHS Trust

Metin Basoglu, Institute of Psychiatry, London
Jane Herlihy, Traumatic Stress Clinic, London
Suzy Clark, Greater Glasgow Primary Care NHS Trust
Ann Douglas, University of Glasgow. Scotland
Jake Bowley, Pennine Care NHS Trust

Application of CBT for Psychosis in Service Settings
Convenor

Speakers

Katy Grazebrook, University of Manchester

David Fowler, University of East Anglia
Emmanuelle Peters, PICUP, Institute of Psychiatry, London
Terry McLeod, Birmingham Early Intervention Service
Petra Bervoets , Parnassia, Netherlands
Gabriella Polidori , Italian National Institute of Health, Rome

How do Cognitive Biases develop in Children?
Convenors


Chair
Speakers

Cathy Creswell, University of Reading and
Andy Field, University of Sussex

Andy Field, University of Sussex
A.M. Gregory, Institute of Psychiatry, London
P Leung, The Chinese University of Hong Kong, and Hong Kong Family Welfare Society, Hong Kong
Merel Kindt, University of Amsterdam, The Netherlands
Julie Hadwin, University of Southampton
Andy Field, University of Sussex

Open Paper: Therapeutic, Training and Applied Issues
Speakers

Effectiveness of differential indication for cognitive-behavioural or psychodynamic psychotherapy
Watzke, B; Rüddel, H; Jürgensen, R; Grothgar, B; Koch, U & Schulz, H. Institute for Medical Psychology, Hamburg-Eppendorf University Clinic, Germany & Psychotherapeutic Clinic of the St Franziska House, Bad Kreuznach, Germany

The first cut is the deepest. Does the initial realisation of resource activation depend on specific characteristics of patient and therapist?
Bruns, T; Berking, M & Kroener-Herwig, B. University of Goettingen (Germany), Institute of Psychology, Department for Abnormal Psychology and Psychotherapy

No (perceived) fame no (treatment) gain? Evaluation of a resource-activation treatment module
Berking, M; Hecker, A; Bruns, T; Jacobi, C & Kroener-Herwig, B. Department of Clinical Psychology and Psychotherapy; Institute for Psychology; Georg-Augst-Universitãt Göttingen; Germany and Paracelsus Roswitha Hospital Bad Gandersheim; Germany

Predictors of response to interpersonal psychotherapy and cognitive therapy
Carter, JD; Lutty, SE; McKensie, J; Mulder, RT & Joyce, PR. Department of Psychological Medicine, Christchurch School of Medicine and Health Sciences, University of Otago, PO Box 4345, Christchurch, New Zealand

 

Cardiac Problems
Convenors


Chair
Discussant
Speakers

Myra Hunter and Jane Hutton, South London and the Maudsley NHS Trust

Jane Hutton, South London and the Maudsley NHS Trust
Myra Hunter, South London and the Maudsley NHS Trust
Myra Hunter, South London and the Maudsley NHS Trust
Katherine Joekes, University of Leiden, The Netherlands
Joanna White, Guys & St. Thomas’ NHS Trust, London
Christine R Baker, Royal Victoria Infirmary, Newcastle upon Tyne

Cognitive Behaviour Therapy in Community and Primary Care I
Convenor and Chair

Speakers

Dave Richards, University of Manchester

Michael Barkham, University of Leeds
Peter Bower, University of Manchester
Karina Lovell, University of Manchester
Lee Brosan, Addenbrookes Hospital, Cambridge

Accrediting Training Courses in Europe
Convenor and Chair

Speakers

Rod Holland

Gill Haddock, University of Manchester

Treatment Outcome with Offenders with Intellectual Disabilities
Convenor

Speakers

John Taylor, Northumbria University

John Taylor, Northumbria University
Ray Novaco, University of Calafornia, Irvine, USA
Bill Lindsay, University of Abertay, Dundee, Scotland
Neil Sinclair, Care Principles, Canterbury

Cognitive Appraisal in OCD: issues of relevance and specificity
Convenors

Speakers

David A. Clark, University of New Brunswick, Canada

John E. Calamari, Finch University of Health Sciences, The Chicago Medical School USA
J. Cottraux, Anxiety Disorders Unit, University of Lyon, France
D Sookman, McGill University
M Kyrios, University of Melbourne Australia
David A. Clark, University of New Brunswick, Canada

 

Friday 10th September: 3.00 – 4.30
Memory and Cognition in PTSD
Convenors


Speakers

Michelle Moulds, The University of New South Wales, Sydney, Australia and Thomas Ehring, Institute of Psychiatry, London

Richard Meiser-Stedman, Institute of Psychiatry, London
Sabine Schonfield, Institute of Psychiatry, London
Thomas Ehring, Institute of Psychiatry, London
Michelle Moulds, The University of New South Wales, Sydney, Australia

OCD: Something Old, Something New
Convenor and Chair

Discussant
Speakers

Roz Shafran, University of Oxford

Marcel Van Den Hout, Utrecht University, The Netherlands
S Rachman, University of British Columbia, Vancouver, Canada
Anna Speckens, University of Oxford
Adam Radomsky, Concordia University, Canada
Eric Rassin, Erasmus University, The Netherlands

Involving Service Users in Psychosis research
Convenor

Speakers

Til Wykes, Institute of Psychiatry, London

Judi Chamberlin, Centre for Psychiatric Rehabilitation, University of Boston
Diana Rose, Institute of Psychiatry, London
Martina Kilbride and Liz Pitt, Bolton, Salford and Trafford Mental Health NHS Trust
Til Wykes, Institute of Psychiatry, London

A developmental Psychopathology of Adolescent Onset Psychosis
Convenor

Chair
Discussant
Speakers

Matthias Schwannauer, University of Edinburgh, Scotland

Matthias Schwannauer, University of Edinburgh
Richard Bentall, University of Manchester
Chris Harrop, University of Birmingham
Ruth Whitehead, University of Birmingham

CBT for Chronic Fatigue
Convenor


Speakers

Trudie Chalder and Kate Rimes, Guys’, Kings’ and St Thomas’
School of Medicine, London

Mary Burgess, Guys’, Kings’ and St Thomas’ School of Medicine, London
Trudie Chalder, Guy’s, King’s & St Thomas’ School of Medicine
Maja Stulemeijer, University Medical Centre Nijmegen, The Netherlands
Jo Armes, Department of Palliative Care & Policy, GKT School of Medicine, London
Marieke Gielissen, University Medical Centre Nijmegen, The Netherlands

Open Paper: Cognition and Emotion
Chair

Speakers

Bundy Mackintosh, Open University

The influence of mood on fear conditionability
Michael, T., Vriends, N., Wilhelm, F. & Margraf, J.niversity of Basel, Switzerland

Spider fearfuls attend to threat, then avoid it: Evidence from eye movements
Becker, E.S., & Rinck, M. University of Nijmegen, Clinical Psychology, The Netherlands Dresden University of Technology, General Psychology, Germany

Attentional bias related to social anxiety in children

Carvalho, M., Esteves, F., Baptista, A., Cunha, O., Caseiro, M., & Marcelino, I.
Universidade Lusófona de Humanidades e Tecnologias

Rule-governed behaviours and persistence of delusions in schizophrenia

Monestes, JL; Yon, V; & Loas, CNRS - Neurosciences
Fonctionnelles & Pathologies, Amiens

Time estimation ability and distorted perception of sleep in insomnia.
Nicole Tang

CBT in community and primary care II: Integrating Psychological and Pharmacological Intervention
Convenor and Chair

Speakers

Dave Richards, University of Manchester

Simon Gilbody, University of Leeds
Linda Gask, University of Manchester
Dave Richards, University of Manchester

New Research Ethics for people with Intellectual Disabilities: Force for good or evil?
Convenor

Speakers

John Taylor, Northumbria University, UK

John L Taylor, Northumbria University and Northgate & Prudhoe NHS Trust
Bisa Stenfert Kroese, Shropshire PCT NHS Trust and University of Birmingham
Dougal Julian Hare, University of Manchester & North Staffordshire Combined Healthcare NHS Trust
Neil Sinclair, Care Principles, Canterbury

A future role for mindfulness-based cognitive therapy for children, adolescents and parents
Convenor

Speakers

Jonquil Drinkwater, Oxfordshire Mental Healthcare NHS Trust

Anne Stewart, Oxfordshire Mental Healthcare NHS Trust
Others TBC

CBT Training and Supervision: From Practice to Theory - and Back Again
Convenor

Speakers

James Bennett-Levy, Oxford Cognitive Therapy Centre

Mark Freeston, Newcastle Cognitive and Behavioural Therapies
Centre, Newcastle upon Tyne,
James Bennett-Levy, Oxford Cognitive Therapy Centre,
Richard Thwaites, North Cumbria MH & LD Trust and
Alexis Beedie, Oxfordshire Mental Health Trust

 

Friday 10th September: Keynotes 4.30 – 5.30
Keynote speakers

Professor Jack Rachman
University of British Columbia, Vancouver, Canada
Naughty Thoughts

Dr Ann Hackmann
University of Oxford
Images in Psychopathology: Mirrors that might do well to reflect

Professor William Yule
Institute of Psychiatry, London
Is there a role for cognitive behaviour therapy in helping young refugee asylum seekers?


 

 

  Saturday 11th September

 

Saturday 11th September: 8.30 - 10.00
Autobiographical memory and emotional disorder
Convenor

Speakers

Tim Dalgleish, MRC Cognition and Brain Sciences Unit, Cambridge

Mark Williams, University of Oxford
Dirk Hermans, University of Leuven
Tim Dalgleish, MRC Cognition and Brain Sciences Unit, Cambridge
Filip Raes, University of Leuven, Belgium
Martin Conway, University of Durham

Metacognition and Psychotic Experiences
Convenor

Speakers

Anthony Morrison, University of Manchester

Andrew Gumley, University of Glasgow
Anthony Morrison, University of Manchester
Matthias Schwannaeur, University of Edinburgh
Roy Allott, University of Manchester
Sarah Nothard, Bolton, Salford & Trafford Mental Health Trust

Recent Diagnostic, treatment-outcome, and basic-research in children with ADHD: Implications for Clinical Practice
Convenor

Speakers

P.J.M. Prins, University of Amsterdam, The Netherlands

S. van der Oord and P.J.M. Prins and P.M.G. Emmelkamp, University of Amsterdam, The Netherlands
J. Oosterlaan, Free University Amsterdam, The Netherlands
P. Santosh, , Instiute of Psychiatry, King's College, London
H. M. Geurts, University of Amsterdam, The Netherlands
M.J. Groenteman & P.J.M. Prins, University of Amsterdam, The Netherlands

Current Approaches to CBT Supervision
Convenor


Discussant
Speakers

Derek Milne, University of Newcastle and Newcastle, North
Tyneside and Northumberland Mental Health NHS Trust

Ivy Blackburn
Derek Milne, University of Newcastle and Newcastle, North Tyneside and Northumberland Mental Health NHS Trust
Chris Dunkerley, University of Newcastle upon Tyne, U.K
Pam Myles, Newcastle, North Tyneside and Northumberland Mental Health NHS Trust
Ian James, University of Newcastle
Mark Freeston, Newcastle Cognitive and Behavioural Therapies Centre

Anxiety and depression and medical illness: Impact on diabetes, Cardiovascular disease, HIV and Healthcare Utilisation
Convenor

Discussant

Speakers

Cheryl Carmin, University of Illinois, Chicago, USA

Paul Salkovskis, Institute of Psychiatry, London

Michael Krios, University of Melbourne, Australia
Cheryl Carmin, University of Illinois, Chicago, USA
Steven Safren, Massachusetts General Hospital/Harvard University
Cambridge, USA
Jonathan S. Abramowitz, Mayo Clinic Rochester, MN, USA

Controversies and Growing Points in Early Intervention in Psychosis
Convenor and Chair

Speakers

Max Birchwood, University of Birmingham

Tony Morrison, University of Manchester
Helen Lester, University Birmingham
David Fowler, University of East Anglia
Max Marshall, University of Manchester
Max Birchwood, University of Birmingham

Child Open Papers
Speakers

TBC

Some Issues Concerning Guilt and Shame in Anxious Psychopathology
Convenor



Speakers

Graham C.L. Davey, University of Sussex and
Francesco Mancini, Scuola di Specializzazione in Psicoterapia Cognitiva, Roma, Italia

Cristiano Castelfranchi, University of Siena, Italia
Graham C.L. Davey, University of Sussex
Francesco Mancini and Amelia Gangemi, Scuola di Psicoterapia Cognitiva, Associazione di Psicologia Cognitiva, Roma, Italia
Philip N. Johnson-Laird, Princeton University. Princeton-New Jersey. USA

 

Saturday 11th September: 10.00 – 11.30
Worry and Rumination: their relationship with emotional processing, stress and core cognitive constructs
Convenor


Speakers

Sandra Sassaroli, Cognitive Psychotherapy School and
Research Center, Milano, Italy

Tom Borkovec, Penn State University, University Park, PA
Sandra Sassaroli, Cognitive Psychotherapy School and Research Center, Milano, Italy
G M Ruggiero, Cognitive Psychotherapy School and Research Center, Milano, Italy
G Simos and Nikolas Nikolaides, University of Thessaloniki, Thessaloniki, Greece
Edward Watkins, University of Exeter

Mediators of Change in Cognitive Therapy for Social Phobia
Convenor


Speakers

Asle Hoffart and Harold Sexton, Research Institute, Modum Bad,
Norway

S G Hoffman, Department of Psychology, Boston University
M J Voncken, Department of Medical, Clinical and Experimental Psychology, University of Maastricht, The Netherlands
Adrian Wells, University of Manchester
Asle Hoffart, Research Institute, Modum Bad, Norway

Case Formulation in CBT treatment of Psychosis
Convenor

Speakers

Nick Tarrier, University of Manchester

Douglas Turkington, University of Newcastle
Mark Van Der Gagg, University of Gronigen
Gillian Haddock, University of Manchester
Nick Tarrier, University of Manchester

Treatment and prevention of disruptive disorders in Childhood
Convenor

Speakers

Manfred Doepfner, University of Cologne, Germany

Nina Heinrichs, University of Cologne, Germany
Julia Plueck, University of Cologne, Germany
Manfred Doepfner, University of Cologne, Germany

Open Papers: Factors influencing outcome in CBT
Chair

Speakers

Nick Hawkes, University of East London

Changes of metacognitive beliefs in Generalised Anxiety Disorder after Cognitive Behavioural Therapy
Hoyer, J., Beesdo, K., Nündel, B., Türke, V. & Becker, E.S.
Clinical Psychology and Psychotherapy, University of Technology, Dresden, Germany and Clinical Psychology, Catholic University of Nijmigen, Holland
Distorted Perception of Sleep in the Maintenance of Insomnia: Phenomenology and Intervention
Nicole K. Y. Tang and Allison G. Harvey Department of Experimental Psychology, University of Oxford
Motivational Factors in the Cognitive Behavioral Treatment of OCD
Patrick A. Vogel, Bjarne Hansen, Tore C. Stiles, & K. G. Götestam Norwegian University of Science and Technology (NTNU) – Trondheim

New Developments in the Understanding and Treatment of Insomnia
Convenor

Speakers

Lars-Gunnar Lundh, University of Lund, Sweden

Colin Espie, Department of Psychological Medicine, University of Glasgow
Allison Harvey, Department of Experimental Psychology, University of Oxford
Thomas Heidenreich, Klinik für Psychiatrie und Psychotherapie II, Johann Wolfgang Goethe- Universität, Frankfurt am Main, Germany
Lars-Gunnar Lundh, Department of Psychology, University of Lund, Sweden

Round Table: Can Professional Requirements and individual development needs be reconciled in cognitive therapy supervision?
Convenor


Speakers

Mark Freeston and Peter Armstrong, Newcastle Cognitive and
Behavioural Therapies Centre

Peter Armstrong, Newcastle Cognitive and Behavioural Therapies Centre
James Bennett-Levy, Oxford Cognitive Therapy Centre
Amanda Cole, Cognitive Therapy Services and Plymouth Primary Care Trust, Devon
Stirling Moorey, South London and Maudsley Trust

Early Intervention
Convenor

Speakers

Lucia Vallmaggia, Institute of Psychiatry, London

Dr Paul Tabraham, Institute of Psychiatry, London
Dr Paul French, EDIT Service, Bolton Salford & Trafford Mental Health NHS Trust
Dr Lucia Valmaggia, Institute of Psychiatry
Dr Andreas Bechdolf , Department of Psychiatry and Psychotherapy University of Cologne

Problems of Identity across Psychiatric disorders: Similarities and Differences
Convenor

Speakers

Chris Brewin, University College London

Dorthe Berntsen, University of Aarhus, Denmark, & David C. Rubin, Duke University, U.S.A.
Gillian Butler, Oxford Cognitive Therapy Centre and Department of Psychiatry, University of Oxford
Tony Morrison, University of Manchester
Chris Brewin, University College London

Sex Offenders
Convenor

Speakers

Richard Beckett, Oxford Forensic Psychology and Research Service

Tony Beech, University of Birmingham
Steven Webster and Rebecca Myers, HM Prison Service

 

Saturday 11th September: 11.30 – 12.30

Keynote speakers

Dr Sylvia Schneider
Institut fur Psychologie, Klinsche Psychologie und psychotherapie, Basel, Switzerland
Risk and Protective factors in the development of childhood anxiety disorders

Professor Gudrun Sartory
University of Wuppertal, Germany
Experimental Studies of PTSD

Dr Mark Van Der Gaag
University of Leiden, The Netherlands
New Developments in Cognitive Behavioural Therapy for Psychosis

Professor Marcel Van Den Hout
University of Utrecht, The Netherlands
Personality, Safety behaviours and Anxiety disorders

Professor John Weinman
Guys’, Kings’ and St Thomas’ School of Medicine, London
The patient's perception of illness: can it provide a basis for predicting and improving outcome?

Saturday 11th September: 1.30 - 3.00
Cognitive, behavioural and affective reaction to anxiety: new findings and future directions
Convenor

Discussant

Speakers

Michel J. Dugas, Concordia University, Montreal, Qc, Canada

Randy O. Frost, Smith College, Boston

Adam S. Radomsky, Department of Psychology, Concordia University, Montreal, Qc, Canada
Jonathan S. Abramowitz, Mayo Clinic, Rochester, MN, USA
Michel J. Dugas, Concordia University, Montreal, Qc, Canada

Key processes in the maintenance of Social Phobia I
Convenors

Chair:

Speakers

Colette Hirsch and Jen Wild, Institute of Psychiatry, London

Colette Hirsch, Institute of Psychiatry, London

Alison Harvey, University of Oxford
Nina Heinrichs, University of Braunschweig, Germany
MJ Voncken, University of Maastricht, The Netherlands
U Stangier, University of Frankfurt, Germany
J Wild. Institute of Psychiatry, London

Cognitive Remediation Therapy: Mechanisms of cognitive and functional change
Convenor

Speakers

Claire Reeder, Institute of Psychiatry, London

Claire Reeder, Institute of Psychiatry, Kings College, London.
Kathryn Greenwood, Institute of Psychiatry, Kings College, London.
R Penades Clinical Institute of Psychiatry and Psychology, Hospital Clinic, Barcelona
Til Wykes, Institute of Psychiatry, Kings College, London.

The state of art in depression research II: Innovative Interventions
Convenors


Discussant

Speakers

Costas Papageorgiou, University of Lancaster and
Edward Watkins, Institute of Psychiatry, London

David A. Clark, Department of Psychology, University of New Brunswick, Canada
Costas Papageorgiou, University of Lancaster
John E. Roberts, Jeffrey A. Ciesla, and Morgen A. R. Kelly, State University of New York, USA
Edward Watkins, Institute of Psychiatry, London
J. M. G. Williams, Melanie J. Fennell, and Danielle Duggan, Department of Psychiatry, University of Oxford, UK

Treatment of obesity: mission impossible?
Convenor

Speakers

Caroline Braet, University of Ghent, Belgium

Anita Jansen, University of Maastricht, The Netherlands
Riccardo Dalle Grave, Villa Garda, Verona, Italy
Caroline Braet, University of Ghent, Belgium
Terry Wilson, Rutgers University, USA

How does theory inform practice in the treatment of intrusive memories? Principles behind the selection of imagery techniques in the treatment of trauma
Convenor

Speakers

Ann Hackmann, Institute of Psychiatry, London, and OCTC Oxford

Chris Brewin, UCL, London
Ann Hackmann, Institute of Psychiatry, London
Mervin Smucker, Medical College, Wisconsin.

New Research in Body Dysmorphic Disorder I
Convenor


Speakers

David Veale, Royal Free and University College Medical School, London

Martin Anson, Institute of Psychiatry London
Theo Bourman University of Groningen, The Netherlands
Sandra Mulkens University of Maastricht, The Netherlands
David Veale, Royal Free and University College Medical School, London

Narrative, dialogue and metaphor in understanding and treating adult problems
Convenor

Speakers

Richard Hallam, University of Greenwich, London

Richard Hallam, University of Greenwich, London
K P O’Connor, University of Montreal, Canada
Philip Thomas, University of Bradford
Simon Jakes, Macarthur Mental Health Service, Sydney, Australia

Open Paper: German perspectives on outcome measurements
Speakers

Risk adjustment for comparing psychotherapeutic outcomes across hospitals: Necessary or dispensable?
Schulz, H; Harfst, T; Andreas, S; Dirmaier, J; Koch, U & Kawski, S. Institute and Policlinic of Medical Psychology, Centre of Psychosocial Medicine, University-Clinic of Hamburg – Eppendorf

The role of the German version of ‘The Health of the Nation Outcome Scales, HoNOS-D’ in measuring symptom severity II: Analysis of validity
Harfst, T; Andreas, S; Dirmaler, J; Kawski, S; Koch, U & Schulz, H Department of Policlinic of Medical Psychology, Centre of Psychosocial Medicine, University-Clinic of Hamburg-Eppendorf

The role of the German version of ‘The Health of the Nation Outcome Scales, HoNOS-D’ in measuring symptom severity II: Analysis of practicability and reliability
Andreas, S; Harfst, T; Dirmaler, J; Kawski, S; Koch, U & Schulz, H. Department and Institute of Medical Psychology Centre of Psychosocial Medicine, University-Clinic of Hamburg-Eppendorf, Germany

Profile of Psychotherapeutic Goals: feasibility and validity in inpatient psychotherapy
Dirmaler, J; Schulz, H; Harfst, U; Koch, U & Kawski, S. Department and Policlinic of Medical Psychology, Centre of Psychosocial Medicine, University-Clinic of Hamburg-Eppendorf

Measurement of crucial change processes in psychotherapy. The improvement of self-regulation capacities
Pöhlmann, K; Gross, C, Gruss, B & Joraschky, P University Hospital for Psychotherapy and Psychosomatic Medicine, Dresden, Germany

 

Saturday 11th September: 3.00 – 4.30

Emotion and Intrusion based reasoning
Convenor and Chair


Speakers

: Arnoud Arntz, Dept of Medical, Clinical and Experimental
Psychology, Maastricht University

Arnoud Arntz, Dept of Medical, Clinical and Experimental Psychology, Maastricht University
Iris Engelhard, University of Maastricht, Maastricht, The Netherlands
Amelia Gangemi, Associazione di Psicologia Cognitiva, Roma, Italia
Graham Davey, University of Sussex, Brighton

Key processes in the maintenance of Social Phobia II
Convenors

Chair

Speakers

Colette Hirsch and Jen Wild, Institute of Psychiatry, London

Colette Hirsch, Institute of Psychiatry, London

L Stopa, University of Southampton
J.D. Huppert, University of Pennsylvania, USA
U Stangier, .W. Goethe Universität Frankfurt, Germany
N Amir, University of Georgia, Germany

Current Perspectives in CBT approaches to the detection, prevention and relapse amongst individuals with psychosis
Convenor


Speakers

Andrew Gumley, Division of Community Based Sciences, University of Glasgow

S Kilnberg, Department of Psychiatry and Psychotherapy, University of Tuebingen, Germany
M Birchwood, Birmingham Early Intervention Service, University of Birmingham
Philipa Garety, Institute of Psychiatry, London
S Lewis, University of Manchester
Andrew Gumley, University of Glasgow

Treating children, their families and their immediate social environment.
Convenor

Chair

Speakers

Tammie Ronen, Tel-Aviv University, Israel

Michael Rosnebaum, Tel-Aviv University. Israel

Joop Mejers, The Hebrew University, Jerusalem, Israel
Kirsten Callsen, Asperger Resource Centre, Copenhagen, Denmark
Anastasia Kalantzi-Azizi, Institute of Behaviour Research and
Therapy, Greece
Lennart Holm, Centre for Cognitive Therapy, Denmark
Tammie Ronen, Tel-Aviv University, Israel

Working with Dissociation and DID: Theoretical and clinical issues within CBT approaches
Convenor

Chair and Discussant

Speakers

Fiona Kennedy, Isle of Wight Healthcare NHS Trust, UK

Lusia Stopa, University of Southampton


Fiona Kennedy, Isle of Wight Healthcare NHS Trust, UK
Vivia Cowdrill, Hampshire Partnership NHS Trust
Glenn Waller, St George's Hospital Medical School, UK

Cognition in OCD: Connecting product to process
Convenors


Disscussant

Speakers

Adam Radomsky, University of Concordia and
Kieron O’Connor, University of Montreal

Jack Rachman, University of British Columbis

Adam Radomsky, University of Concordia
Michael Kyrios, Universtiy of Melbourne
Guus Smeets University of Maastricht
Peter J. de Jong, Universtiy of Groningen
Kieron O'Connor, University of Montreal & University of Quebec

A Cognitive-Emotional Model for sexual dysfunction and assessment and treatment of sexual problems in homosexual and heterosexual couples
Convenor


Speakers

Mehmet Sungar, Marmara University, Department of Psychiatry, Istanbul

Antonella Montana, Istituto A.T. Beck, Rome
Mehmet Sungar, Marmara University, Department of Psychiatry, Istanbul
Pedro Nobre, Universidade de Trás-os-Montes e Alto Douro, Portugal

New Research in Body Dysmorphic Disorder II
Convenor


Speakers

David Veale, Royal Free and University College Medical School, London

Fugen Neziroglu
Yanda R. van Rood, Department of Psychiatry, Leiden University Medical Centre
Christina Lambrou, Institute of Psychiatry, Kings College London
Rob Willson, The Priory Hospital North London

 

Saturday 11th September Closing Keynote: 4.30 – 5.30


Anne Garland

President Elect BABCP
Nurse Consultant in Psychological Therapies
Nottinghamshire Healthcare NHS Trust
"All for one and one for all" - realising our potential by remembering our roots