30th ANNIVERSARY ANNUAL CONFERENCE
University of Warwick
17th - 20th July 2002


WEDNESDAY 17th JULY
9.30 - 5.30
PRE-CONGRESS WORKSHOPS


THURSDAY 18th JULY
9.00 - 9.50
KEYNOTE ADDRESSES


Professor S.J. Rachman
University of British Columbia, Vancouver, Canada
Ideas That Succeeded and Those That Failed: An Historical Analysis of Behaviour Therapy and Cognitive Behaviour Therapy

Dr. Jonquil Drinkwater
Oxfordshire Mental Healthcare NHS Trust
The Way Forward for Child and Adolescent Cognitive Therapy : Issues, Controversies and Challenges

Professor Thomas Borkovec
Penn State University, Pennsylvania, USA
Thirty Years of Behavioural and Cognitive Therapy: Where We Have Been and Where We Might Be Going
(Through The Eyes of a Short Yank)


THURSDAY 18th JULY
10.00 - 12.00
SYMPOSIA


Depressive Rumination: Development, Maintenance, and Vulnerability

Convenor


Speakers





Discussant

Costas Papageorgiou, University of Manchester and Manchester Mental Health Partnership

Speakers Lauren B. Alloy, Temple University, Pennsylvania, USA
Greg Siegle, University of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, USA
Costas Papageorgiou and
Adrian Wells, University of Manchester and
Manchester Mental Health Partnership

Chris R. Brewin, University College London


Working with PTSD in Challenging Clinical Cases
Convenors


Chair

Speakers


Deborah Lee, Traumatic Stress Clinic, Camden & Islington NHS Trust and Emily Holmes, University College London

Deborah Lee, Traumatic Stress Clinic, London

Deborah Lee, Traumatic Stress Clinic, London
Kerry Young, Traumatic Stress Clinic, London
Emily Holmes, University College London andTraumatic Stress Clinic,
Steve Davies, Princess Alexandra Hospital, Harlow
Keith Broadbent, Camden and Islington Mental Health NHS Trust

Assessment and Treatment of Severe Mental Health Problems in People with Learning Disability.
Convenor & Chair

Speakers


Chris Hatton, University of Lancaster

Chris Hatton, University of Lancaster
Gillian Haddock, University of Manchester
Nick Peckham, Northgate & Prudhoe NHS Trust
John Taylor, University of Northumbria and Prudoe NHS Trust

How Far Can Psychosis be Normalised ?
Convenor

Chair

Speakers


Craig Steel, Institute of Psychiatry, London

Max Birchwood, University of Birmingham

Tony Morrison, University of Manchester
David Fowler, University of East Anglia
Douglas Turkington, University of Newcastle
David Kingdon, University of Southampton
Rufus May, City & East London Mental Health NHS Trust

New Research In Body Dysmorphic Disorder
Convenor & Chair

Speakers


David Veale, Royal Free Hospital and University College London

Fugen Neziroglu, Institute of Bio-Behavioural Medicine, NY, USA
S. Osman, Oxford University
David Veale, Royal Free Hospital and University College London

The Development of Anxiety in Children
Convenors & Chair


Speakers




Discussant

Andy Field, University of Sussex and
Cathy Creswell, University College London

Thalia Eley, Institute of Psychiatry, London
Andy Field, University of Sussex
Julie Hadwin, University of Southampton
Cathy Creswell. University College London

Sue Spence, University of Queensland, Australia


THURSDAY 18th JULY
12.10 - 13.00
KEYNOTE ADDRESSES


Professor Lauren Alloy
Temple University, Pennsylvania, USA
Cognitive Vulnerability to Depression
The Temple-Wisconsin Project: Progress & Implications for Prevention

Professor Anke Ehlers
Institute of Psychiatry, London
Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder From Theoretical Model to Effective Treatment

Dr Fugen Neziroglu,
Institute of Bio-behavioural Medicine, New York, USA
Body Dysmorphic Disorder: The Chronic Misperception or What I See is Not What You See.

Professor Philippa Garety
Institute of Psychiatry, London
Psychological Treatments for Psychosis: What Has Been Achieved in the Past 30 years? and What Next

THURSDAY 18th JULY
14.00 - 16.00
SYMPOSIA


Investigating Recurrent Thinking Across Disorders
Convenor & Chair

Speakers


Ed Watkins, Institute of Psychiatry, London

Tom Borkovec, Penn State University, USA
Christian Ryan, Nottinghamshire Healthcare NHS Trust.
Gary Brown, St. Mary's Hospital, London
Allison Harvey, University of Oxford
Ed Watkins, Institute of Psychiatry, London

Evidence-based Advances in the Treatment of Eating Disorders
Convenor & Chair

Speakers


Christopher G. Fairburn, University of Oxford

Speakers G. Terry Wilson, University of Rutgers, New Jersey, USA
Christopher G. Fairburn, University of Oxford
Zafra Cooper, University of Oxford
Roz Shafran, University of Oxford

Developments in Interventions for People with Learning Disability Living in Secure Settings
Convenor

Speakers


John Taylor,Northgate and Prudoe Trust, Northumbria

Neil R Sinclair, Care Principles, Canterbury
Ian Thorne, HMPrison Service
Martin Rimmer, Care Principles, Canterbury
Bruce T Gillmer, University of Newcastle

What Predicts PTSD and What to do About It?
Convenors


Chair

Speakers




Discussant
Freda McManus and
Nick Grey, Institute of Psychiatry, London

Anke Ehlers, Institute of Psychiatry, Kings College, London

Chris Brewin, University College London.
Bernice Andrews, Royal Holloway, University of London.
Tanja Michael, University of Basle, Switzerland
Mark Creamer, Australian Centre for Post-Traumatic Mental Health

Anke Ehlers, Institute of Psychiatry, Kings College, London

Psychosis: Developments in Case Conceptualisations
Convenor & Chair

Speakers


Craig Steel, Institute of Psychiatry, London

Douglas Turkington, University of Newcastle
Andrew Gumley, University of Glasgow
Emmanuelle Peters, Institute of Psychiatry, London
Max Birchwood, University of Birmingham

CBT Self-help Treatments: Delivery Challenges for Self-help in Everyday Practice
Convenor & Chair

Speakers


Chris Williams, University of Glasgow

Anne Garland, Nottingham Healthcare and Chris Williams, Glasgow University
Rosie Isles and Denise Zygadlo, Dumfries & Galloway Implementation Project
Graeme Whitfield, Greater Glasgow Primary Care NHS Trust
Chris Williams, University of Glasgow
Martin Neal, Leeds Community Mental Health Services Trust

New Developments in Parenting.
Convenor & Chair

Speakers


Sam Cartwright-Hatton. Manchester University

Hilton Davis, Centre for Parent and Child Support, Guy's Hospital, London
Deb McNally, Manchester University
Caroline White, Manchester Children's Hospital NHS Trust
Shirley Reynolds, University of East Anglia

THURSDAY 18th JULY
16.30 - 17.30
KEYNOTE ADDRESSES


Dr. Christine A. Padesky
Center for Cognitive Therapy, Huntington Beach, California, USA
Aaron T. Beck: Mind, Man and Community Mentor

Professor Susan H Spence
University of Queensland, Australia
Depression in Young People: Risk Factors and Prevention

Professor Terry Wilson
Rutgers University, New Jersey, USA
Manual Based CBT Treatments : The Way Forward or an Ineffective Blind Alley?

Professor Kim Mueser
Dartmouth Medical School, New Hampshire, USA
Cognitive-behavioural Treatment for PTSD in Severe Mental Illness


FRIDAY 19th JULY
9.00 - 9.50
KEYNOTE ADDRESSES


Professor David Clark,
Institute of Psychiatry, London
Past Progress and Future Challenges in Understanding and Treating Anxiety Disorders

Professor Chris Oliver
University of Birmingham
Applied Behaviour Analysis and Behavioural Phenotypes

Professor Mark Williams
Rutgers University, New Jersey, USA
Psychological Processes in Suicidal Behaviour


FRIDAY 19th JULY
10.00 - 12.00
SYMPOSIA


Investigating Imagery.
Convenors


Chair

Speakers






Discussant
Emily Holmes, UCL and
Ann Hackmann University of Oxford

Emily Holmes, University College London

Jackie Andrade, University of Sheffield and David Kavanagh
University of Queensland, Australia
Emily Holmes, University College London
Tony Morrison, Mental Health Services of Salford
Mark H Freeston Newcastle Cognitive & Behaviour Therapies Centre
Colette Hirsch, Institute of Psychiatry, Kings College, London

Ann Hackmann, University of Oxford

New Directions in Affective Disorders: Cognitive Theory & Therapy of Bipolar Disorder
Convenor & Chair

Speakers


Jan Scott, University of Glasgow

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

Assessing Cognitive Preparedness.Readiness for CBT in Complex Client Groups
Convenor & Chair


Speakers


Andrew Jahoda, University of Glasgow &
Dave Dagnan, University of Northumbria

Andrew Jahoda, University of Glasgow
Dave Dagnan, University of Northumbria
other speakers to be announced

Psychosis and Substance Misuse
Convenors


Chair

Speakers


Christine Barrowclough &
Gilian Haddock, University of Manchester

Christine Barrowclough, University of Manchester

Christine Barrowclough, University of Manchester
Gillian Haddock, University of Manchester
Hermine Graham, University of Birmingham
David Jeffrey, South Devon Health Care Trust

We Know What Goes Wrong: How do We Change It?
Modifying Cognitive Processes in Social Anxiety
Convenors


Chair

Speakers





Discussant
Jennifer Wild and
Colette Hirsch, Institute of Psychiatry, London

Jennifer Wild, Institute of Psychiatry, London

David Clark, Institute of Psychiatry, London
Colette Hirsch, Institute of Psychiatry, London
Luica Stopa, University of Southampton
Alexander Gerlach, University of Munster, Germany
Jennifer Wild, Institute of Psychiatry, London

Rick Heimberg, Temple University, Philadelphia, USA

What Does an Older Adult Perspective Have to Offer CBT?
Convenor & Chair


Speakers


Georgina Charlesworth, University College London & North East London Mental Health Trust

Ian A James, Newcastle General Hospital
Steve Davies, Princess Alexandra Hospital, Harlow
Helen Pusey, School of Nursing, University of Manchester
Georgina Charlesworth, University College London, and North East
London Mental Health Trust

Cognitive Behavioural Approaches in the Medical Setting
Convenor & Chair

Speakers


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

Bridget Candy, Guy's, Kings and St Thomas' School of Medicine
Suzanne Roche, South London and Maudsley NHS Trust
Linda Fisher, South London and Maudsley NHS Trust
Myra Hunter, Guy's, Kings and St Thomas' School of Medicine
Simon Darnley, Guy's King's and St Thomas' School of Medicine

FRIDAY 19th JULY
12.10 - 13.00
KEYNOTE ADDRESSES


Professor Paul Gilbert
University of Derby
Evolved Brain, Social Mind: Implications for Cognitive Therapy

Professor Richard G. Heimberg
Temple University, Philadelphia, USA
The Understanding and Treatment of Social Anxiety: Retrospect and Prospect

Professor Til Wykes
Institute of Psychiatry, London
Helping people with Psychosis to Think More Clearly: Some Food for Thought

Professor Keith Dobson
University of Calgary, Canada
Thirty Years of Cognitive Therapy for Depression: What Have We Learned, What Have We Yet to Learn


FRIDAY 19th JULY
14.00 - 16.20
SYMPOSIA


Development of the Compassionate Mind in Cognitive Therapy
Convenor

Speakers





Discussant
Paul Gilbert, Department of Psychology, University of Derby

Deborah Lee, Trauma Stress Clinic, University College London
Tony Bates, University of Dublin
Anne Hackmann, University of Oxford
Paul Gilbert, University of Derby
Max Birchwood, University of Birmingham

Mark Williams, University of North Wales, Bangor

Integrating Theory, Research and Treatment in OCD
Convenor & Chair

Speakers

Paul Salkovskis, Institute of Psychiatry, London

Paul Salkovskis, Institute of Psychiatry, London
Sanley J.Rachman, University of British Columbia,
Vancouver, Canada
Mark Freeston, Newcastle Cognitive & Behavioural Centre,
Newcastle

Methodologies for Assessing Anger for Intervention-Focused Clinical Research and Practice
Convenor

Speakers

Convenor Raymond W. Novaco, University of California, Irvine, USA

Raymond W. Novaco, University of California, Irvine, USA
Mark Ramm, Orchard Clinic, Edinburgh
Stanley J. Renwick, Duchess of Kent Hospital, Catterick Garrison
John Taylor, Northgate and Prudoe Trust, Northumbria
Devon Polaschek, Victoria University, Wellington, New Zealand

Cognitive Behavioural Treatment of Somatic Symptoms
Convenor & Chair

Speakers

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

Trudie Chalder, Guy's King's & St Thomas' School of Medicine,
Lucy Yardley, Southampton University
Lucy Derbyshire, Department of Primary Care. UMDS, London
Simon Darnley, Guy's King's and St Thomas' School of Medicine,
London
Peter White, St Bartholomew's Hospital, London

Psychosis and Emotional Disorders
Convenor & Chair

Speakers
Tony Morrison, University of Manchester

Tony Morrison, University of Manchester
Andrew Gumley, University of Glasgow
Daniel Freeman, Institute of Psychiatry, London
Kim Mueser, Dartmouth Medical College, New Hampshire, USA

Cognitive Case Formulation: Is the Emperor Clothed?
Convenor
Chair

Speakers

Jan Scott, University of Glasgow
Chair Willem Kuyken, University of Exeter

Willem Kuyken, University of Exeter
Kate Redman, University of Exeter
Claire Fothergill, University of Exeter
Joanna Mackenzie, Hinchingbrook NHS Trust
Jan Scott, University of Glasgow

Schemas Across the Lifespan
Convenors

Speakers

Lucia Stopa, University of Southampton and
Jonquil Drinkwater, Oxfordshire Mental Healthcare NHS Trust

Kerry Beckley, University of Southampton
Lusia Stopa, University of Southampton
Glen Waller, St. George's Hospital Medical School, , London
Jonquil Drinkwater, Oxfordshire Mental Healthcare NHS Trust

FRIDAY 19th JULY
16.30 - 17.30
KEYNOTE ADDRESSES

Professor Paul Salkovskis,
Institute of Psychiatry, London
Advances and Traps in the Understanding and Treatment of
Obsessional Compulsive Disorder

Professor Lars-Göran Öst
Stockholm University, Sweden
35 years of Controlled Trials of CBT for Anxiety Disorders :What Progress Have We Made?

Professor Steve Hayes
University of Nevada, Reno, USA
The Unconventional Implications of a New Theory of Cognition



SATURDAY 20th JULY
9.30 - 11.45
SYMPOSIA

Investigating Dissociation Across Disorders: Theory, Assessment and Treatment
Convenors


Speakers
Emily Holmes, University College, University of London and
Warren Mansell, Institute of Psychiatry, London.

Richard Brown, University of Manchester
Elaine Hunter, Institute of Psychiatry, London
Glenn Waller, St. Georges Hospital Medical School. London
Mary Welford, University of Manchester

Cognitive Therapy for PTSD: Responding to the Neuropsychological Challenges
Convenor & Chair

Speakers
Jennifer Wild, Institute of Psychiatry

Jennifer Wild, Institute of Psychiatry, London
Chris Brewin, University College London
Sabine Schonfeld, Institute of Psychiatry, London

Thoughts and Beliefs in Eating Disorders: New Ideas and New Data.
Convenor


Speakers
Myra Cooper, Warneford Hospital, Oxford and
Glenn Waller, St George's Hospital, University of London

Myra Cooper, Warneford Hospital, Oxford
Amy Luck, University of London
Stephen Barton, University of Leeds
Caroline Bell, Warneford Hospital, Oxford
Glenn Waller, St George's Hospital, University of London

Management of Psychosis
Convenor

Speakers



Discussant
David Kavanagh, Griffith University, Brisbane, Australia

Denise Robertson, Griffiths University, Brisbane
David Kavanagh, Griffiths University, Brisbane Angela White,
University of Queensland, Australia

Mueser, Dartmouth Medical School, New Hampshire, USA

New Research into Supervision in CBT
Convenor & Chair


Speakers


Mark Freeston, Newcastle Centre for Cognitive & Behavioural
Therapies

Jan Scott, University of Glasgow
Michael Townend,
Pierce O'Carroll,
Richard Thwaites,

CBT Outcomes for Childhood Psychological Disorders
Convenor


Speakers

Sam Cartwright-Hatton. Manchester University and
Alice Farrington. Oxfordshire Mental Healthcare Trust.

Alice Farrington and Louise Dalton, Oxfordshire Mental Healthcare Trust.
Sam Cartwright-Hatton, Manchester University.
Alison Wood, Manchester Children's Hospitals Trust.
Bernadka Dubicka, Manchester University
Discussant Richard Harrington, Manchester University