31st BABCP ANNUAL CONFERENCE
University of York
16th - 19th July 2002


WEDNESDAY 16th JULY
9.30 - 5.30
PRE-CONGRESS WORKSHOPS



THURSDAY 17th JULY
9.00 - 11.45
SYMPOSIA


Perseverative Thinking in Emotional Disorders
Convenor & Chairs


Speakers


Costas Papageorgiou, University of Lancaster and
Christine Purdon, University of Waterloo,Canada

Graham Davey, University of Sussex
Thomas Ehring, Institute of Psychiatry, London
Christine Purdon, University of Waterloo, Canada
Costas Papageorgiou, University of Lancaster

 


Evidence-based treatments: Principles and Practicalities
Chair

Speakers






Discussant:
David Shapiro, Universities of Leeds and Sheffield

Glenys Parry, University of Sheffield
Graham Davey, University of Sussex
Tim Kendall, National Collaborating Centre for Mental Health
and Community Health Sheffield.
Stephen Pilling, CORE, National Collaborating Centre for
Mental Health, and University College London.

Shirley Reynolds, University of East Anglia

Psychosis and Trauma I: Theoretical Perspectives
Convenors


Chair

Speakers


Craig Steel, University College London and
David Fowler, University of East Anglia

Doug Turkington, University of Newcastle

Chris Jackson, University of Birmingham
Craig Steel, University College London
Aoiffe Kilcommons, University of Liverpool
Amy Hardy, Institute of Psychiatry, London

Recent Findings in the Experimental Psychopathology of Bipolar Affective Disorder
Convenors



Chair

Speakers




Discussant
Jan Scott, Institute of Psychiatry, London,
Warren Mansell, Institute of Psychiatry, London and
Steven Jones, University of Manchester

Steven Jones, University of Manchester

Natalie Kerr, Institute of Psychiatry, London
Rebecca Knowles, University of Manchester
Warren Mansell, Institute of Psychiatry, London
Kim Wright, Institute of Psychiatry, London

Jan Scott, Institute of Psychiatry, London

Coping with Chronic Illness
Convenor & Chair

Speakers


Dr Stirling Moorey, Institute of Psychiatry, London

Stirling Moorey, Institute of Psychiatry, London
James Pennebaker, University of Texas at Austin, USA
Kathryn Mannix, Marie Curie Centre, Newcastle

CBT Self-help treatments: Delivery challenges for self-help in everyday practice
Convenor & Chair

Speakers




Chris Williams, University of Glasgow

Ulrike Schmidt , Institute of Psychiatry, London
Frances Cole, University of Huddersfield
Graeme Whitfield, University of Glasgow
Chris Williams, University of Glasgow
David A Shapiro, University of Leeds and University of Sheffield
Karina Lovell, University of Manchester
Tom Ricketts, Community Health Sheffield NHS Trust
Jane Morrell, University of Sheffield


Parenting: from individual to universal interventions: 1
Convenors


Chair

Speakers


Rachel Calam, University of Manchester and
Cathy Creswell, University College London

Cathy Creswell, University College London

Tom O'Connor, Institute of Psychiatry, London
Rachel Calam, University of Manchester
Caroline White, Booth Hall Children's Hospital, Manchester
Stephen Scott, Institute of Psychiatry, London
Matthew Sanders, University of Queensland, Australia


THURSDAY 17th JULY
12.00 - 13.00
KEYNOTE ADDRESSES


Doctor David Fowler,
University of East Anglia
Can fear turn into Psychosis? Trauma memories and the maintenance of psychotic symptoms: Studies in prevalence and processes and implications for the practice of CBT.

Professor Matthew Sanders,
University of Queensland, Australia
The role of parenting interventions in the prevention of childhood
psychopathology.


Professor Stephen Morley,
University of Leeds
Issues and challenges for cognitive-behavioural treatment of chronic pain states

Professor Paul Gilbert,
University of Derby
Cognitive Therapy, Past, Present and Future


THURSDAY 17th JULY
14.00 - 16.45
SYMPOSIA


The nature and causes of worrying

Convenor & Chair

Speakers





Discussant:

Graham Davey, University of Sussex

Ed Watkins, Institute of Psychiatry, London
Michelle Moulds, Institute of Psychiatry, London
Graham Davey, University of Sussex
Helen Startup, Institute of Psychiatry, London
Allison Harvey, University of Oxford

James Pennebaker, University of Texas at Austin, USA


Cognition and Cognitive Therapy in Eating Disorders
Convenors

Speakers






Discussant
Myra Cooper & Hannah Turner, University of Oxford

Roz Shafran, University of Oxford
Gillian Todd, University of Cambridge
Lucy Serpell, Institute of Psychiatry, London
Glenn Waller, St. George's Eating Disorders Service, London
Hendrik Hinrichsen, St George's Hospital Medical School, London
Myra Cooper, University of Oxford

Padmal de Silva, Institute of Psychiatry, London

New Developments in Theoretical Models of the Psychology of Bipolar Affective Disorder

Convenors


Chair

Speakers



Discussant

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

Dominic Lam, Institute of Psychiatry, London

Robert Leahy, Cornell University
Steven Jones, University of Manchester
Phil Barnard, MRC Cognition and Brain Sciences Unit, Cambridge

Mark Williams, University of Oxford


Beyond the evidence-base: CBT for complex cases
Chair

Speakers





Christopher Fairburn, University of Oxford

Christopher Fairburn, University of Oxford
David Shapiro, Universities of Leeds and Sheffield
Gillian Butler, Warneford Hospital,. Oxford and Oxford
Cognitive Therapy Centre.
Warren Mansell, Institute of Psychiatry, London
Melissa Ree, University of Oxford

Psychosis and Trauma II: Clinical Perspectives
Convenors


Chair

Speakers


Anthony Morrison, University of Manchester and
Craig Steel, University College London

Max Birchwood, University of Birmingham

Emily Holmes, MRC Cognition and Brain Sciences Unit, Cambridge
Julia Renton, Bolton, Salford & Trafford Mental Health Partnership
David Fowler, University of East Anglia
Doug Turkington, University of Newcastle


Enmeshment in chronic pain
Convenor and Chair

Speakers



Stephen Morley, University of Leeds

Zoe Clyde, INPUT, St Thomas's Hospital
Jessica Read, Royal Holloway University of London
Caitlin Davies, Mental Health Services Salford NHS Trust
Sam Harris, Lincolnshire Partnership NHS Trust


Parenting: from individual to universal interventions: 2
Convenors


Chair

Speakers

Rachel Calam, University of Manchester and
Cathy Creswell, University College London

Rachel Calam, University of Manchester

Charlotte Wilson, Cambridgeshire and Peterborough Mental
Health Partnership NHS Trust
Alan Ralph, University of Queensland, Australia
Clare Halsey, North Staffordshire Combined Healthcare NHS Trust
Michael Ross, Greater Glasgow NHS Board


Psychological Disorders in People with Intellectual Disabilities: Recent Developments in Assessment and Treatment
Convenor

Speakers

John Taylor, Northumbria University

Chris Hatton, University of Lancaster
Raymond Novaco, University of California, Irvine, USA
John Taylor, Northumbria University
Richard Hastings, Bangor, University of Wales


THURSDAY 17th JULY
15.15 - 16.45


Cognitive Behaviour Therapy Group of the Royal College of Psychiatrists
Psychotherapy Faculty
Chairs:

Stirling Moorey, Institute of Psychiatry, London and
Christopher Williams, University of Glasgow

 

THURSDAY 17th JULY
17.00 - 18.00
KEYNOTE ADDRESSES


Dr Anthony Morrison
University of Manchester
Trauma and Psychosis: Cause, Consequence, Common Processes and Clinical Implications.

Professor David Shapiro
Universities of Leeds and Sheffield

Evidence-based practice in psychological therapies: A scientist-practitioner perspective

Professor Keith Hawton
University of Oxford

Deliberate self-harm: current research and treatment


FRIDAY 18th JULY
9.00 - 11.45
SYMPOSIA


Overgeneralisation in depression and related disorders
Convenor and Chair

Speakers





Discussant
Edward Watkins, Institute of Psychiatry, London

Willem Kuyken, University of Exeter
Stephen Barton, University of Leeds
Edward Watkins, Institute of Psychiatry, London
Tim Lister, Calderdale NHS Trust
Stephen Morley, University of Leeds

Mark Williams, University of Oxford

Emotional Processing Using Writing Therapy
Convenor

Speakers


Roz Shafran, University of Oxford

James Pennebaker, University of Texas at Austin, USA
Kate Thompson, Newham Psychology & Counselling Service
Jeannie Wright, University of Derby.

Controversies and Growing Points in Early Intervention in Psychosis
Convenors

Chair

Speakers


Chris Jackson and Max Birchwood, University of Birmingham

Max Birchwood, University of Birmingham

Anthony Morrison, University of Manchester
Chris Jackson, Birmingham Early Intervention Centre and University of Birmingham
Paul Patterson, Birmingham Early Intervention Centre and University of Birmingham
Max Birchwood, Birmingham Early Intervention Centre and University of Birmingham

Acute and Long-term Reactions to Trauma
Convenors

Chair

Speakers


Nick Grey and Michelle Moulds Institute of Psychiatry, London

Nick Grey, Institute of Psychiatry, London

Richard Meiser-Stedman, Institute of Psychiatry, London
Michelle Moulds, Institute of Psychiatry, London
Anne Speckens, Institute of Psychiatry, London

The PRP Trial. Testing a cognitive model of psychosis - studies of emotional and cognitive processes in the first 100 patients.
Convenors

Chair


Speakers






Daniel Freeman, Institute of Psychiatry, London

Philippa Garety, GKT Medical School and the Institute
of Psychiatry, London

A selection of the studies will be presented by PRP team members:
Professor Philippa Garety, GKT Medical School and the Institute of Psychiatry, London
Elizabeth Kuipers, Institute of Psychiatry, London
Rebecca Rollinson, University of East Anglia
Philip Watson, Institute of Psychiatry, London
Juliana Onwumere, Institute of Psychiatry, London
Amy Hardy, Institute of Psychiatry, LondonBen Smith, University College London.
Daniel Freeman, Institute of Psychiatry, London.

ADHD: The drugs don't work
Convenors


Chair

Panel
Veira Bailey, The Maudsley Hospital, London and
Shona Macintosh, United Royal Edinburgh Hospital, Edinburgh

Stephen Scott, Institute of Psychiatry, London

Eric Taylor, Institute of Psychiatry, London
Ken Aitken, Greater Glasgow Health Board

Remote application of CBT with children and adolescents
Convenor

Chairs


Speakers


Cathy Creswell, University College London

Chris Williams, University of Glasgow and
Cathy Creswell, University College London

Isaac Marks, Institute of Psychiatry, London & Imperial College London
Isobel Heyman & James Woolley, Institute of Psychiatry, London
Heidi Lyneham, Macquarie University, Sydney, Australia
Ulrike Schmidt, Institute of Psychiatry, London
Alison Andrews, Yorkhill Hospital, Glasgow
Miriam Silver, Northampton General Hospital NHS Trust

The therapist relationship in cognitive therapy
Convenor & Chair

Speakers


Paul Gilbert, University of Derby

Chris Gillespie, Derbyshire Mental Health Services Trust
Robert Leahy, American Institute for Cognitive Therapy
Gillian Hardy, University of Leeds
T Schrörder, Derbyshire Mental Health Services Trust

FRIDAY 18th JULY
10.15 - 11.45
YORKSHIRE BRANCH MEETING


"Wuthering Heights": Cognitive-behavioural Psychotherapy in Yorkshire
Chair

Speakers

John Blackburn, BABCP Yorkshire Branch Forum Organiser

Tom Ricketts, Community Health Sheffield NHS Trust & University of Sheffield
Joe Curran, Community Health Sheffield
Stephen Kellett, Barnsley Community and Priority Services NHS Trust
Carol Ward, Huddersfield Mental Health Services


FRIDAY 18th JULY
12.00 - 13.00
KEYNOTE ADDRESSES


Professor James Pennebaker
University of Texas at Austin, USA
Disclosure, Language, and Health

Professor Christopher Martell
University of Washington, USA
Empirical Work: Collaboration between clinicians and researchers to improve treatments and find common ground in cognitive and behavioural therapies.

Professor Shirley Reynolds
University of East Anglia
Can young children do CBT?

FRIDAY 18th JULY
14.00 - 16.45
SYMPOSIA


Emotion processing and emotion regulation in depression and Posttraumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD)
Convenor

Speakers



Tim Dalgleish, MRC Cognition and Brain Sciences Unit Cambridge

Tim Dalgleish, MRC Cognition and Brain Sciences Unit, Cambridge
Barnaby Dunn, University College London
Pieter Du Toit, MRC Cognition and Brain Sciences Unit, Cambridge

Parasuicide Prevention of Parasuicide by manual assisted cognitive behavioural therapy (POPMACT)
Convenors




Speakers

Kate Davidson Glasgow Institute of Psychosocial
Interventions (GIPSI) Greater Glasgow Primary Care Trust
Peter Tyrer, Imperial College, London
Andrew MacLeod, Royal Holloway, University of London

Peter Tyrer, Imperial College, London
Ulrike Schmidt, Institute of Psychiatry, London
Kate Davidson, Glasgow Institute of Psychosocial Interventions
(GIPSI) Greater Glasgow Primary Care Trust
Andrew MacLeod, Royal Holloway, University of London

Round Table Discussion: Learning from three cognitive behavioural therapies for depression: Looking forward to a mindful, challenging and activating future
Convenor

Speakers

Edward Watkins, Institute of Psychiatry, London

Christopher Martell, University of Washington, USA
Mark Williams, University of Oxford

Panel discussion: Getting research off the ground: Ask the experts
Convenor & Chair

Speakers

Allison Harvey, University of Oxford

Nick Tarrier, University of Manchester
Graham Turpin, University of Sheffield
Philippa Garety, Institute of Psychiatry, London
Nancy Pistrang, University College, London
Paul Salkovskis, Institute of Psychiatry, London
Graham Davey, University of Sussex

New directions in cognition and psychosis: implications for therapy
Convenor & Chair

Speakers
Christine Barrowclough, University of Manchester

Gillian Haddock, University of Manchester
Christine Barrowclough, University of Manchester
Fiona Lobban, University of Liverpool
Ian Lowens, University of Manchester

Understanding somatic complaints in children
Convenor & Chair


Speakers

Trudie Chalder, Guys, Kings and St. Thomas' School of Medicine,
London

Kaneez Husain, Guys, Kings and St. Thomas' School of
Medicine, London
Alice Coddington, Guys, Kings and St. Thomas' School of
Medicine, London
Sarah Lambert, St Bartholomew's Hospital, London
Clare Henderson, Guys, Kings and St. Thomas' School of
Medicine, London

CBT for children and young people with autistic spectrum disorders
Convenor & Chair


Speakers

Maria Callias, Child Mental Health Learning Disability Service,
St George's Hospital

Tim Williams, Wokingham Hospital, Reading
Tony Sharman, Institute of Child Health, University of London
Dougal Hare, University of Manchester
Maria Callias, Child Mental Health Learning Disability Service,
St George's Hospital

FRIDAY 18th JULY
14.30 - 16.00

Update on Professional Registration and the relationship of the British Association of Behavioural and Cognitive Psychotherapies to the United Kingdom Council for Psychotherapy
Speakers


Chris Williams, University of Glasgow, Past-President BABCP
Francis Lillie, former BABCP representative to the UKCP
Graeme Whitfield, University of Glasgow and BABCP representative to the UKCP
Amanda Cole, Chair BABCP Accreditation and Registration Committee


FRIDAY 18th JULY
17.00 - 18.00
KEYNOTE ADDRESSES

Dr Stephen Scott
Institute of Psychiatry, London
Raising the game in CBT intervention studies for children: from developmental theory to clinical practice and back again'

Dr Dominic Lam
Institute of Psychiatry, London
Psychological Interventions for Bipolar Affective Disorder

Professor Graham Davey
University of Sussex
Why do we worry? Can laboratory studies tell us anything about anxiety?


SATURDAY 19th JULY
9.30 - 11.45
SYMPOSIA

Intrusive imagery in psychopathology: Application of findings to treatment.
Convenor

Speakers
Ann Hackmann, University of Oxford

Ann Hackmann, University of Oxford
Anne Speckens Institute of Psychiatry, London
Samantha Day, Traumatic Stress Clinic, London

Psychosis and Adolescence
Convenor & Chair

Speakers
Chris Harrop, University of Birmingham

Paul French, University of Manchester
Chris Harrop, University of Birmingham
Lara Walford, University of Surrey
Leo Hendry, Norwegian University of Science and Technology,
Norway
Phil Mollon, North Hertfordshire Clinical Psychology Services

New research into cognitive processes that maintain social phobia
Convenors

Chairs

Speakers
Colette Hirsch and Jen Wild, Institute of Psychiatry, London

Colette Hirsch and Jen Wild, Institute of Psychiatry, London

Colette Hirsch, Institute of Psychiatry, London
Freda McManus, Institute of Psychiatry, London
Louise Waddington, Institute of Psychiatry, London
Lusia Stopa, University of Southampton
Jen Wild, Institute of Psychiatry, London

PTSD in children and adolescents
Convenors & Chairs


Speakers



Paul Stallard, Royal United Hospital, Bath and
Cathy Creswell, University College London

Paul Stallard, Royal United Hospital, Bath
Cathy Creswell, University College London
Emily Holmes, MRC Cognition and Brain Sciences Unit Cambridge
Richard Meiser-Stedman, Institute of Psychiatry, London

OCD: Cognitions and Confessions
Convenors


Chair

Speakers


Roz Shafran, University of Oxford and
Emily Holmes, MRC Cognition and Brain Sciences Unit, Cambridge

Paul Salkovskis, Institute of Psychiatry, London

Karen Rowa, University of Waterloo, Canada
Maureen Whittal, Anxiety Disorders Unit, UBC Hospital, Canada
Blake Stobie, Institute of Psychiatry, London

Cognitive mechanisms in Perseverative Psychopathology
Convenors

Chair & Discussant

Speakers


Professor Graham Davey and Benie MacDonald, University of Sussex

Graham Davey, University of Sussex

Helen Startup, Institute of Psychiatry, London
Ed Watkins, Institute of Psychiatry, London
Benie MacDonald, University of Sussex
Leonard Martin, University of Georgia, USA
Sarah Marzillier, University of Sussex
Andy Field, University of Sussex