SPRING CONFERENCE - 'Extending the application of CBT'

6th & 7th April 2017 at Millennium Centre, Cardiff.

Registration    
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Workshops - Thursday 6th April   Workshops

 

Paul Salkovskis, University of Bath
Worried Sick? Extending the application of the CBT from health anxiety to Medically Unexplained Symptoms (MUS) and Long Term Medical Conditions (LTC)
Trudie Chalder, King's College London
Persistent physical symptoms: something old, new, borrowed and blue
Lance McCracken, King's College London
The Eyes, Ears, and Heart of ACT: Truly FUNCTIONAL CONTEXTUAL Applications of Psychological Flexibiliy for Chronic Pain and Related Conditions
Vicky Mountford, King's College London
What to do when the manual runs out? Using CBT when working long-term or with complexity with people with eating disorders.
 
Conference - Friday 7th April   Keynote Speakers

 

David Clark, University of Oxford
Thrive: How better psychological therapy provision transforms lives and saves money

Trudie Chalder, King's College London
Persistent physical symptoms: something old, new, borrowed and blue
Paul Salkovskis, University of Bath
Empirically grounded strategies for improving mental health in the context of general medical presentations
 

Aquabus - Thursday 6th April

  For those of you interested in a little sight seeing after the workshops on Thursday we have a unique way to get around Cardiff in comfort with a little glass of fizz! The Aquabus will collect guests from the Mermaid Quay in Cardiff Bay at 17:30 and finish at the Castle Grounds in the city centre by 19:00.
The cost for this tour will be £16 - if you would like to book a ticket please let us know by emailing babcp@eyas.co.uk stating how many tickets you would like.