KEYNOTE ADDRESSES


THURSDAY 21st JULY

11.30-12.30

Professor Gerhard Andersson, Linköping University, Sweden
What can we learn from the Rapid Expansion of Internet-Delivered CBT?

Professor Anke Ehlers, Institute of psychiatry
Cognitive Therapy for PTSD: An Update

Professor Andy Field, University of Sussex
Marrying different pathways to Children’s Fears: Something Old, Something New, Plenty Borrowed, Lots to do

Professor Keith Hawton, Centre for Suicide Research, University of Oxford
Evidence-based Clinical Care for Self-harm Patients

 

16.00-17.00

Professor Anthony Morrison, University of Manchester
Cognitive Therapy without Antipsychotic Medication: How Effective is it for people at High Risk of developing Psychosis and people with Psychotic Disorders?

Professor Nirbhay Singh, American Health and Wellness Institute, USA
Mindfulness-based Interventions for People with Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities and their Carers

Dr Colette Hirsch, Institute of psychiatry
Why Worry? Key Cognitive Processes that Maintain Generalised Anxiety Disorder

 


FRIDAY 22nd JULY

11.30-12.30

Professor Susan Bögels, University of Amsterdam, Netherlands
The role of the Father in the Etiology, Prevention and Treatment of Childhood Anxiety Disorders

Professor Bob Woods, Bangor University
What’s so different about Older People? Psychological Therapy in Later Life

Professor Marcel van den Hout, Utrecht University, Netherlands
How EMDR works

Professor Don Baucom, University of North Carolina, USA
Couple-Based Interventions to Treat Individual Disorders

 

16.00-17.00

Professor Carlos Grilo, Yale University, USA
Treatment of Binge Eating Disorder: Current Status and Future Directions

Professor Til Wykes, Institute of psychiatry
Acronyms and the Information Revolution: Support for Research and Treatment in the NHS

Professor Steven Hollon, Vanderbilt University, USA
Cognitive Behavior Therapy in the Treatment and Prevention of Depression

Emeritus Professor Lord Richard Layard, London School of Economics
Lessons of IAPT for children's services

 


SATURDAY 23rd JULY

11.30-12.30

Professor Michael Lambert, Brigham Young University, USA
What shall we do about the fact that there are Supershrinks and Pseudoshrinks?

Professor Craig White, University of the West of Scotland
50 Years of Behavioural Medicine and CBT in Physical Health Care

Dr Renee Harvey, Sussex Partnership NHS Trust
STEPPS: Meeting the challenge of 'Personality Disorder' in changing times

Professor Constance Hammen, University of California, Los Angeles, USA
The Social Context of Adolescent Depression:  Vulnerability and Consequences