KEYNOTE ADDRESSES

THURSDAY 17th JULY
12.00 - 1.00


Dr 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
5.00 - 6.00


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
12.00 - 1.00


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
5.00 - 6.00


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?