KEYNOTE ADDRESSES


    Professor Paul Salkovskis, University of Bath
A Better Understanding of How the World Works? An Integrated Perspective on how Psychological Treatment is Effective with Particular Reference to the Current Status of Understanding and Treatment of OCD
 
Professor Simon Wessely, Institute of Psychiatry, King's College London
Time Bombs and Tidal Waves: What Has Been the Impact of the Wars in Iraq and Afghanistan on the Health of UK Service Personnel and What Can We Expect in the Future?
 
Kevin Mullins, National IAPT Director, Department of Health
IAPT Progress Report
     

    Professor Iris Engelhard, Clinical and Health Psychology, Utrecht University, Netherlands
Recent Developments in the Etiology and Treatment of PTSD
 
Professor Adam S. Radomsky, Concordia University, Canada
A Kinder, Gentler CBT for Anxiety Disorders: The Potential for Safety Behaviour Use in Treatment
 
Dr Jennifer Cumming, School of Sport and Exercise Sciences, University of Birmingham
Performing in the Mind’s Eye: Imagery Use in Sport for Enhancing Confidence and Modifying Stress Appraisals
     

    Professor Kelly Wilson, University of Mississippi, USA
Building a Unified Model for Cognitive Behavior Therapy: The New Clinical Science of Mindfulness and Values
 
Professor Andrew Hill, Academic Unit of Psychiatry & Behavioural Sciences, University of Leeds School of Medicine
Is Obesity a Problem That Simply Does Not Yield to Psychological Methods of Treatment?
 
Dr Tim Dalgleish, MRC Cognition and Brain Sciences Unit, University of Cambridge
Wrong Turnings Down Memory Lane: The Nature and Treatment of Maladaptive and Distressing Patterns of Autobiographical Remembrance in Emotional Disorders
     

    Professor Robert L. Leahy, American Institute for Cognitive Therapy and Weill-Cornell Medical College, USA
Emotional Schemas and Emotional Intelligence
 
Dr Derek Hopko, University of Tennessee, USA
Third Wave Behaviour Therapies: Efficacy in Treating Clinical Depression
 
Professor Trudie Chalder, Institute of Psychiatry, King's College London
Emotional Processing in the Context of Chronic Fatigue Syndrome and Implications for Treatment
 
Professor Stephen Scott, Institute of Psychiatry, and National Academy for Parenting Research
Widening Parenting Programmes to Promote Attachment Security, Prevent Antisocial Personality and Be More Accessible
     

    Professor Johan W.S. Vlaeyen, Katholieke Universiteit Leuven, Belgium and Maastricht University, Netherlands
Chronic Pain: A Learning Theory Perspective
 
Professor Philippa Garety, Institute of Psychiatry, King’s College London and Psychosis Clinical Academic Group, South London and Maudsley NHS Foundation Trust
Translating Cognitive Research Findings into Effective and Accessible CBT for Psychosis
 
Professor Patricia A. Resick, National Center for PTSD, VA Boston Healthcare System and Boston University, USA
From Soup to Nuts: From Inception and Research through Dissemination of Cognitive Processing Therapy
 
Professor Ian James, Northumberland Tyne  and Wear NHS Foundation Trust and Northumbria University
Sex, Lies and Video Tapes: The Use of CBT and Schemas Across the Lifespan
     

    Professor Andrew Jahoda, Institute of Health and Wellbeing, University of Glasgow
Learning to Listen: What Aspects of CBT Work for People with Intellectual Disabilities?
 
Dr Cathy Creswell, University of Reading
Working Through Families to Increase the Efficiency and Impact of CBT: Application to Childhood Anxiety Disorders
 
Dr Warren Mansell, University of Manchester
Think Effectively About Mood Swings (TEAMS): Can We Integrate the Past, Present and Future 'Waves' Within CBT for Bipolar Disorders?