BABCP Conference Manchester Programme, 26th-28th July
Please note the Conference organisers reserve the right to make amendments to the programme schedule at any point.

Wednesday Morning
Wednesday Afternoon
Thursday Morning
Thursday Afternoon
Friday Morning


WEDNESDAY 26 JULY - Morning

 

Treating complex trauma reactions in refugees: a series of case presentations
Chair: Craig Steel, University of Reading
Kerry Young, Forced Migration Trauma Service, CNWL NHS Foundation Trust and University College London and
Reem Shafiq, The Havens Whitechapel, King’s College Hospital NHS Foundation Trust
Adele Stevens, Forced Migration Trauma Service, CNWL NHS Foundation Trust and Berkshire Healthcare NHS Foundation Trust and
Theresa Schwaiger, Southwark Carelink, South London and Maudsley NHS Foundation Trust                
Sameena Akbar, Woodfield Trauma Service CNWL NHS Foundation Trust, London  

Targeting Intolerance of Uncertainty in the treatment of anxiety:  Rationale, description and preliminary outcomes
Chair: Mark Freeston, Newcastle University
Discussant: David Veale, Kings College, London
Sara Milne, Newcastle University; Northumberland Tyne and Wear NHS Foundation Trust
Renske Herrema, Newcastle University
Ashley Tiplady, Newcastle University; Northumberland Tyne and Wear NHS Foundation Trust
Sally Askey-Jones, Newcastle University and Northumberland, Tyne & Wear NHS Foundation Trust  

Control and Awareness in Anxiety: What Might be the Factors Underlying Effective Exposure?
Chair: Warren Mansell, University of Manchester
Tim Carey, Flinders University, Australia
Sadie Hassall, University of Manchester
Gary Brown and Oliver Schauman, Royal Holloway, University of London
Andrew Healey, University of Manchester
Warren Mansell, University of Manchester

Chronic fatigue syndrome:  co-morbid fatigue and distress , predictors of outcome, mechanisms of change during CBT
Chair: Trudie Chalder, King's College London
Maria Loades, University of Bath
Shelia Ali, South London and Maudsley NHS Trust
Trudie Chalder, King's College London
Elyse Couch, King's College London

Negative self-concept as a transdiagnostic process in disorders of adolescence and young adulthood
Chair: Faith Orchard, University of Reading
Discussant: Joanne Hodgekins, University of East Anglia
Faith Orchard, University of Reading
Emily Green, University of Reading
Brioney Gee, Norfolk and Suffolk NHS Foundation Trust and University of East Anglia
Joanne Hodgekins, Norwich Medical School, University of East Anglia

Psychotherapeutic Provision in Iraq: Clinical Intervention and Training Development for Mental Health Practitioners
Chair: Annie Shamsi, Central and North West London NHS Foundation Trust
Saleh Dhumad, Central and North West London NHS Foundation Trust
Hasanen Al-Taiar Oxford Health NHS Foundation Trust
Sarfraz Jeraj, SLAM NHS Foundation Trust and University of Surrey
Yasmin al Asady, West London NHS Foundation Trust
Annie Shamsi, Central and North West London NHS Foundation Trust

Time for change: Where does change matter in the course of CBT for eating disorders
Chair: Glenn Waller, University of Sheffield                
Hannah Turner, Southern Health NHS Trust                
Charlotte Cooper, Avon and Wiltshire Mental Health Partnership NHS Trust                
Emma Whitty, Southern Health NHS Trust
Glenn Waller, University of Sheffield

Dissociation in Psychosis: mechanisms and intervention
Chair: Elaine Hunter, Institute of Psychiatry, Psychology and Neuroscience
Discussant: Fiona Kennedy, GreenWood Mentors Ltd
Filippo Varese, University of Manchester
Charles Cole, University of Southhampton
Simone Farrelly, Institute of Psychiatry, Psychology and Neuroscience
Katherine Newman-Taylor, University of Southhampton 

Measurement and enhancement of recovery in bipolar disorder
Chair: Alyson Dodd, Northumbria University
Discussant: Steven Jones, Lancaster University
Barbara Mezes, Lancaster University
Alyson Dodd, Northumbria University
Elizabeth Tyler, Lancaster University
Heather Robinson, Lancaster University

Adapting Behavioural Activation (BA) for different populations
Chair: Laura Pass, University of Reading
Discussant: Shirley Reynolds, University of Reading
Laura Pass, University of Reading
Andrew Jahoda, University of Glasgow
Heather O'Mahen, University of Exeter 

Therapist factors
Chair: TBC
Stephen Kellett, University of Sheffield
Zachary Parker, University of Northampton
Amanda Baker, University of Newcastle
Katherine Berry, University of Manchester
Gillian Rayner, University of Salford


 

Repairing anhedonia in depression; How to identify and work with positive dampening appraisals
Barney Dunn, University of Exeter

Cultivating Self-Compassion in Meditation-Based Interventions
Thorsten Barnhofer, University of Exeter

Socratic Methods – the why and when of guided discovery
Helen Kennerley, Oxford Cognitive Therapy Centre


Nusrat Hussain, University of Manchester
Cultural Therapy for the Prevention of Self Harm: Turning the World Upside Down

Barney Dunn, University of Exeter
Positive mood and wellbeing in depression

Katharine Rimes, King's College London
Chronic fatigue syndrome: Emotional processing and stress vulnerability

Lars-Göran Öst, Stockholm University, Sweden
Brief, intensive, and concentrated CBT for anxiety disorders


BABCP IT SIG meeting

 

BABCP Supervision SIG meeting

 

BABCP Course Director meeting


WEDNESDAY 27 JULY - Afternoon

 

Bipolar disorder: enriching theory, developing treatment
Chair: Kim Wright, University of Exeter
Laura Frost, University of Manchester
Lydia Pearson, University of Manchester
Siri Folstad, University of Manchester
Warren Mansell and Sara Tai, University of Mancehster
Emmeline Joyce, Greater Manchester West Mental Health NHS Foundation Trust and University of Manchester  

Delivering cognitive behavioural interventions for suicide prevention in acute settings: key issues and complexities
Chair: Gillian Haddock, University of Manchester
Yvonne Awenat, University of Manchester
Kamelia Harris, University of Manchester
Daniel Pratt, University of Manchester
Gillian Haddock, University of Manchester

Broadening perspectives on Intolerance of Uncertainty
Chair: Mark Freeston, Newcastle University
Khulood Almansour, King Saud University, Saudi Arabia
Anna Hodgson, Newcastle University
Gioia Bottesi, Padua University, Italy
Mark Freeston, Newcastle University    

Improving Access, Engagement and Outcomes for British South Asian Communities
Chair: Andrew Beck, East Lancashire CAMHS and Manchester University
Ghazala Mir, University of Leeds
Saiqa Naz, Sheffield IAPT and Andrew Beck, University of Manchester                
Nadeem Gire, University of Central Lancashire Shikainah Champion-Samuel, UPLIFT IAPT Service

Parental Experiences, Perceptions and Well-being
Chair: Monika Parkinson, University of Reading
Tessa Reardon, University of Reading
Monika Parkinson, University of Reading
Maria Loades, University of Bath
Asha Ladwa, University of Exeter
Vaheshta Sethna, Institute of Psychiatry, King’s College London

Underlying Mechanisms of Adolescent Anxiety and Depression
Chair: Anke Klein, University of Amsterdam
Discussant: Shirley Reynolds, University of Reading
Faith Orchard, University of Reading
Jennifer Fisk, University of Reading
Anke Klein, University of Amsterdam
Laura Dekkers, University of Amsterdam

Treating eating disorders across the lifespan: The impact and implementation of the NHS and NICE guidelines
Speakers: Hannah Turner, Southern Counties Health NHS Trust
Rachel Bryant- Waugh, Great Ormond Street Hospital
Glenn Waller, University of Sheffield

Mindfulness-Based Cognitive Therapy for Depressed Treatment Non-Responders
Chair: Thorsten Barnhofer, University of Exeter
Discussant: Richard Morris, University of Nottingham
Barney Dunn, University of Exeter
Alison Evans, University of Exeter
Thorsten Barnhofer, University of Exeter
Jerry Fox, University of Exeter and Tamsin Ford, King’s College London  

Trauma and intrusive memories: emerging approaches to prevention and early intervention
Chair: Emily Holmes, Karolinksa Institutet, Sweden
Discussant: Emily Holmes, Karolinksa Institutet, Sweden
Ella James, MRC Cognition and Brain Sciences Unit, Cambridge
Alex Lau-Zhu, King’s College London
Kate Porcheret, University of Oxford
Lalitha Iyadurai, University of Oxford
Antje Horsch, University Hospital Lausanne, Lausanne, Switzerland

Cognitive-behavioural interventions for psychosis within acute inpatient settings
Chair: Pamela Jacobsen, King's College London
Discussant: Daniel Freeman, University of Oxford
Kathleen Hodkinson, Webster University, Austria
Catherine Donaldson, Belfast Health and Social Care Trust
Bryony Sheaves, University of Oxford
Pamela Jacobsen, King's College London

RCT’s
Chair: TBC
Reham Aly, Egyptian Association of Cognitive Behavior Therapy, Egypt
Sarah Bateup, Anglia Ruskin University
Pia Callesen, University of Manchester
Linda Solbrig, University of Plymouth
Caitlin Hitchcock, MRC Cognition and Brain Sciences Unit
Alexander Rozental, Stockholm University, Sweden


Key skills in CBT for chronic fatigue across high and low intensity settings
Katharine Rimes, King’s College London

Using Values to ACTivate Your Practice:  Bringing meaning and purpose to therapy
Richard Bennett, The University of Birmingham and Joe Oliver, King’s College London

Engagement and Cognitive Behavioural Therapy for hoarding disorder (Reclaiming your space and life)
Satwant Singh, Waltham Forest Talking Therapies


Imagery Rescripting: a transdiagnostic technique to address problems related to traumatic and other negative experiences
Arnoud Arntz, University of Amsterdam

Steve Kellet, University of Sheffield
10 years of IAPT - an overview of clinical and organisational lessons learnt

Colin MacLeod, The University of Western Australia
Anxiety-linked Attentional Bias and its Modification: Critical Reflections and New Directions


1 Functional Imagery Training versus Motivational Interviewing: Effects on motivation and self-efficacy to lose weight and increase physical activity
Linda Solbrig, Plymouth University and NIHR CLHARC South West Peninsula        
2 The Relationship of the Components of Rumination to Depression and Anxiety
Jennifer Prentice, University of Calgary
3 Treating thunderstorm phobia in an individual with a learning disability
Nick Stewart, University of Bath
4 The effect of negative thoughts on QOL in patients with schizophrenia
Tomoya Takeda, Tokushima University Graduate School, Japan
5 Cognitive behavioural therapy for anger in an adult with a learning disability: a single case experimental design
Dawn Lindsay, University of Bath
6 The cognitive behavioural treatment of social anxiety in the context of paediatric Chronic Fatigue Syndrome (CFS/ME): A case study
Hannah Rapley, University of Bath          
7 Assessing the impact of co-produced group CBT self-management programmes in cancer recovery
Sareeta Vyas, North Bristol NHS Trust   
8 'It's Just what We Do': Integrating Bio-Psychosocial Formulation into Day-to-Day Practice on an Acute Inner-City Ward
Julie Owen and David King, Mersey Care NHS Foundation Trust
9 Cognitive Behavioural Therapy for Co-morbid Depression, Anxiety and Insomnia in Adolescence – A Single Case Study Design
Rosalind Cooper, University of Bath
10 When Beck meets Bowlby: A case study demonstrating attachment-informed cognitive behavioural therapy with an older adult
Hannah Shilling, University of Bath
11 A Transdiagnostic Cognitive Behavioural Treatment Approach for Depression, Social Phobia and Low Self-Esteem in an Adolescent with Gynecomastia: A Single Case Experimental Study
Rachel Phillips, University of Bath 
12 Cognitive-Behavioural Treatment of Medically Unexplained Symptoms (MUS) in a Patient with Co-morbid Schizophrenia and Obsessive Compulsive Disorder (OCD)
Priya Patel, University of Bath
13 A case study integrating CBT with Narrative Therapy externalising techniques with a child with OCD: How to flush away the Silly Gremlin. A Single-Case Experimental Design
Rosemary Banting, University of Bath
14 Transdiagnostic CBT for comorbid adolescent depression and mixed anxiety: A single case experimental design
Jara Falkenburg, University of Bath  
15 CBT for child separation anxiety: The role of parental involvement when there is parent-child disagreement about the presenting problem
Dawn Lindsay, University of Bath  
16 Cognitive Behavioural Therapy for distressing visual hallucinations in Lewy Body Dementia: a case study
Juliette Attwood, University of Bath   
17 A critical review of the application of Clark and Wells’ social anxiety model to adolescents, with a case illustration
Taruna  Jamalamadaka, University of Bath
18 The two-part framework underlying CBT, and how understanding it is essential in the development of effective cognitive treatments for children: A review
John Latham, Oxford University
19 Group CBT for Anxiety & Depression in Older Adults
Manreesh Baines, Sheffield Health & Social Care Trust  
20 The Modular Protocol for Mental Health: Study protocol for a pilot randomised clinical trial of a transdiagnostic treatment for mood and anxiety disorders in adults
Melissa Black, MRC Cognition and Brain Sciences Unit and Cambridgeshire and Peterborough NHS Foundation Trust 
21 Video-conferencing to Augment Asynchronous Therapist Contact in Internet-Delivered Cognitive-Behavioural Therapy for Generalised Anxiety Disorder: A Pilot Study
Lauren  Rossi, National eTherapy Centre, Swinburne University of Technology
22 Naturalistic Evaluation of “Made-4-Me”: An Internet-Delivered, Multi-Disorder Cognitive-Behavioural Treatment Program Tailored to Client Age and Gender
Lauren Rossi, Swinburne University of Technology

 


THURSDAY 27 JULY - Morning

 

Evaluating unusual interventions for adult anxiety and depression using single case methodology
Chair: Fiona Challacombe, Centre for Anxiety Disorders and Trauma
Discussant: David Veale, Centre for Anxiety Disorders & Trauma
David Hambrook, South London and Maudsley NHS Trust
Rhani Allen-Crooks, King's College London
Alexandra Keyes, King's College London
Sarah Miles, Royal Holloway, University of London

Anxiety
Chair: TBC
Jo Daniels, University of Bath
Shonagh Scott, Sheffield Health & Social Care Trust
Styliani Gkika, University of Manchester
Roz Shafran, UCL Great Ormond Street Institute of Child Health
Anke Klein, University of Amsterdam, the Netherlands
Charlotte Paterson, Edinburgh Napier University and Sean Harper, NHS Lothian

Cognitive Processes in Repetitive Thought Across Mood Disorders
Chair: Michelle Moulds, University of New South Wales, Sydney, Australia
Discussant: Colin MacLeod, University of Western Australia, Australia
Ben Grafton, University of Western Australia
Martin Möbius, Behavioural Science Institute, Radboud University
Ann Martin, University of New South Wales
Nessa Ikani, Behavioural Science Institute, Radboud University

The Role of Goal Structure in Personal and Occupational Wellbeing: Mechanisms and Research Directions
Chair: Vyv Huddy, University College London
Vyv Huddy, University College London,
Joanne Dickson, Edith Cowan University, Australia
Sam Russ, Unversity College London
Nick Moberly, University of Exeter
Leyanne Edwards, University of Exeter

From Health anxiety to Medically Unexplained Symptoms and onwards...
Chair: Paul Salkovskis, University of Bath
Paul Salkovskis, University of Bath
Sigrun Olafsdottir and Jon Fridrik Sigurdsson, University of Reykjavik
Emily Neal and James Gregory, University of Bath
Alison Sedgwick-Taylor, Lets Talk (2gether NHS Trust)

School staff as an early intervention for mental health disorders in childhood and adolescence
Chair: Lucas Shelemy, University of Reading
Judi Kidger, University of Bristol
Laura Pass, University of Reading
Tamsin Ford, University of Exeter
Lucas Shelemy, University of Reading

CBT for people with intellectual disabilities: National guidance, controlled studies and self-harming behaviour
Chair: John Taylor, Northumbria University and Northumberland, Tyne & Wear NHS Foundation Trust
John Taylor, Northumbria University and Northumberland, Tyne & Wear NHS Foundation Trust
Andrew Jahoda, University of Glasgow
Dave Dagnan, Cumbria Partnership NHS Foundation Trust & Lancaster University
Ray Novaco, University of California, Irvine, USA

Predictors of patient outcomes in IAPT: Outputs from the North West London Data Collaboration
Chair: Ruth Dennis, West London Mental Health NHS Trust
Discussant: David Clark, University of Oxford
John Green, Central and North West London NHS Foundation Trust
Federica Amati, Imperial College and CLAHRC NW London
Sophie Jones, University of East London
Joseph Landsberg, West London Mental Health 

Do complex cases need complex treatment?
Chair: Claire Lomax, Newcastle University
Discussant: Stephen Barton, Newcastle University
Helen Kennerley, Oxford Cognitive Therapy Centre
Oliver Sundermann, King’s College London
James Gregory, University of Bath
Glenn Waller, University of Sheffield

Patient-led Appointment Scheduling: An efficient way of optimising resources to improve patient access to services
Chair: Tim Carey, Flinders University
Tim Carey, Flinders University
Robert Griffiths, Salford Early Intervention Team
Louise Mansell, Nurture-Psychology Services, Rochdale
Sara Tai, Manchester University  

Avatar therapy for distressing voices- lessons from the AVATAR trial for how we think about and work with voices
Chair: Philippa Garety, King’s College London
Mar Rus-Calafell, Institute of Psychiatry, King's College London
Miriam Fornells-Ambrojo, University College London
Rachel Lister, Institute of Psychiatry, King's College London
Conan O'Brien, University College London
Thomas Ward, Institute of Psychiatry, King's College London
Felicity Deamer, Durham University  

Psychosis
Chair: TBC
Amy Degnan, University of Manchester
Sandra Bucci, University of Manchester
Sarah Woodward, University of Manchester
Jack Barton, University of Manchester
Charlotte Clarke, University of Essex


Burnout in Cognitive Behaviour Therapists: using supervision to prevent, identify and reduce its impact
Andrew Beck, East Lancashire CAMHS and Manchester University

Using positive mental imagery in CBT: overcoming barriers to engagement
Simon Blackwell, Ruhr-Universität Bochum, Bochum, Germany

Assessing Client acquisition of Cognitive Behavioural Skills in preparation for Termination of Therapy
Andrew Eagle and Michael Worrell, Central and North West London NHS Foundation Trust

 


Colin Espie, University of Oxford
What is sleep … and why does it matter?

Stephen Barton, Newcastle University
CBT for depression: it's time to integrate

Sarah Halligan, University of Bath
Child trauma and posttraumatic stress disorder

Andrew Jahoda, University of Glasgow
The art of the possible: behavioural activation for adults with learning disabilities


 

BABCP CBT for Medics SIG meeting

BABCP AGM


THURSDAY 27 JULY - Afternoon

 

Adapting Engagement and Therapy to Challenging Contexts
Chair: Sara Tai, University of Manchester
Sara Tai, University of Manchester
Vyv Huddy, University College London
Robert Griffiths, University of Manchester
Susan McCormack, Mode Rehabilitation
Sarah Alsawy, University of Manchester

Motivation and Affect Regulation in Mental Health
Chair: Joanne Dickson, Edith Cowan University, Australia
Discussant: Peter Taylor, University of Manchester
Joanne Dickson, Edith Cowan University, Australia
Peter Taylor, University of Manchester
Rodrigo Becerra, Edith Cowan University, Australia
Alyson Dodd, University of Northumbria

Imagery
Chair: TBC
Fiona Mathieson, University of Otago, Wellington, New Zealand
Matthew Pugh, Central and North West London NHS Foundation Trust
Manveer Kaur, Combat Stress, The Veterans' Mental Health Charity
Julie Lin Ji, MRC Cognition & Brain Sciences Unit, University of Cambridge

Positive emotion regulation in psychopathology: From basic science to clinical practice
Chair: Barney Dunn, University of Exeter
Thorsten Barnhofer, University of Exeter
Hans Kirschner, University of Exeter
Kim Wright, University of Exeter
Barney Dunn, University of Exeter

What psychological processes should be targeted in the context of medically unexplained symptoms and long term conditions
Chair: Trudie Chalder, King’s College London
Tony Roth, University College London
Alice Sibelli, King's College London
Sula Windgassen, King's College London
Hannah Bowers and Abigail Wroe, Royal Holloway, University of London

Low intensity interventions for children and young people with anxiety and/or depression
Chair: Shirley Reynolds, University of Reading
James Murray, Guernsey Health Service
Peter Lawrence, University of Reading
Laura Pass and Monika Parkinson, University of Reading
Simon Brett, University of Reading
Mona Jones, University of Reading    

LGB Mental Health in Young People and Adults: UK Research
Chair: Katharine Rimes, King's College London
Olakunle Oginni, King's College London
Sandhya Shivakumar, King's College London
Billy Gazard, King's College London
David Hambrook, South London and Maudsley NHS Foundation Trust  

New innovations in low intensity CBT: Enhancing engagement and improving outcomes
Chair: Joanne Woodford, University of Exeter
Discussant: Chris Williams, University of Glasgow
Jeff Lambert, University of Exeter
Scott Duncan, University of Glasgow                
Joanne Woodford, University of Exeter
Chris Williams, University of Glasgow

Innovations in the assessment of anxiety-linked attentional bias to threat
Chair: Lies Notebaert, University of Western Australia, Australia
Disscussant: Colin MacLeod, University of Western Australia, Australia
Sam Parsons, University of Oxford
Lies Notebaert, University of Western Australia, Australia
Ben Grafton, University of Western Australia, Australia
Patrick Clarke, Curtin University, Australia  

New advances in understanding the nature and role of emotional processing biases in maintaining clinical problems
Chair: Lonneke van Tuijl, King's College London
Discussant: Colette Hirsch, King's College London
Lonneke van Tuijl, King's College London
Alicia Hughes, King's College London
Valentina Cardi, King's College London
Charlotte Krahé, King's College London

Interventions for older people: should we use therapeutic lies to help people who lack capacity?
Speakers: Ian James, Northumberland, Tyne and Wear NHS Foundation Trust
Roberta Caiazza, Northumberland, Tyne and Wear NHS Foundation Trust
Ruth Elvish, The University of Manchester

Voices in context: understanding and working with auditory hallucinations in relation to experience and internal representations
Chair: Neil Thomas, Swinburne University of Technology, Australia
Imogen Bell, Swinburne University of Technology, Australia
Craig Steel, University of Reading
Monique Scott, Swinburne University of Technology, Australia
Filippo Varese, University of Manchester
Sophie Marsh-Picksley, Barnet, Enfield and Haringey Mental Health Trust

 


Assessing and treating insomnia in everyday clinical practice
Colin Espie, University of Oxford

Integrating and optimising imagery rescripting in PTSD treatment – from practice to research to practice
Sharif El-Leithy, Traumatic Stress Service and Hannah Murray, Oxford Centre for Anxiety Disorders and Trauma

An introduction to BeatIt; an adapted behavioural activation intervention for people with learning disabilities and depression
Andrew Jahoda, University of Glasgow


Emily Holmes, Karolinska Institutet, Sweden
Mental Imagery and Mental Health Science: From a Hospital to a Refugee Camp

Ed Watkins, University of Exeter
Understanding and Enhancing Treatment and Prevention of Depression

Rachel Calam, University of Manchester
Working with parents to make a difference: from local to global and back again

Peter J. de Jong, University of Groningen
The dirt road to psychopathology: Disgust-based mechanisms and their relevance for CBT


 

1 Let's Talk!  Increasing Access to Psychological Therapies in Wales
Euan Hails, Aneurin Bevan University Health Board 
2 Case Report: Brief Trans-diagnostic CBT for  Distressed Carers of Service User with First Episode Psychoisis Distress
Miv Riley, Lancashire Care Foundation Trust
3 Advancement and retention of the PWP role
Ashleigh Kettlewell, Talking Matters Northumberland
4 Feasibility and acceptability of a parent-mediated CBT intervention targeting anxiety difficulties in young children with Autism Spectrum Disorder
Jade  Bamford, Northumberland Tyne and Wear NHS Foundation Trust
5 Frequency of Shape Checking as a Purported Mediator of the Effect of Enhanced Cognitive Behaviour Therapy on Concern about Shape in Eating Disorders
Katy Sivyer, University of Oxford
6 Process evaluation of a DBT-informed interpersonal effectiveness intervention delivered to people with intellectual disabilities and their support staff as co-participants
Kristina Bennert, University of Bath
7 Flexible Delivery of the ‘Coping Cat’ Programme Guided by Systemic CBT Case Conceptualisation for a Young Child with Separation Anxiety
Kristina Bennert, University of Bath
8 A preliminary validation of the Young Schema Questionnaire in older adults
Ian Kneebone, University of Technology Sydney, Australia
9 The Impact of Exposure to Fashion Blogs on Young Females’ Self-Representations, Physical Appearance Anxiety, Self-Esteem, and Affect
Christina Parrington Hansen, University of the Arts London   
10 Psychologists’ Use of and Attitudes towards Cognitive Behaviour Therapy Based Technology in Clinical Practice
Angela  McNaught, Massey University, New Zealand
11 Adapted CBT for Emotion Regulation Difficulties: A Single Case Experimental Design in Learning Disabilities
Charlotte Whittle, University of Bath
12 Emotion Recognition and its Underlying Mechanisms in Males high on Psychopathic Tendencies
Anna Dapprich, Radboud University Nijmegen, the Netherlands
13 Mannequin Phobia and rapid treatment with CBT
Lisa Bluff, University of Salford 
14 A Single-Case Experimental Design Exploring the Effectiveness of Adapted CBT and Distress Tolerance Skills in a Learning Disability Setting
Emily Norris, University of Bath
15 A cognitive model of psychological resilience: current research and future directions
Sam Parsons, University of Oxford
16 Expert consensus on the clinically effective components of CBT: a Delphi study
Abigail Taylor, Centre for Academic Mental Health    
17 Brief BA for depressed adolescents delivered by PWPs: Two case studies
Mona Jones and Simon Brett, University of Reading
18 Barriers to Accessing Psychological Therapies for Ethnic Minorities Residing in Western Countries: A Systematic Review
Kanza Khan, University of Manchester
19 Sub-types of Safety Behaviours and their Effects on Social Anxiety Disorder
Emily Gray, University of Oxford  
20 Apparent Emotional Expression Predicts Perceived Trustworthiness with Changes of Head Posture, but a Measure of Facial Width Does Not
Dongyu Zhang, Dalian University of Technology 
21 An evaluation of a compassion-focused therapy (CFT) group within acute clinical settings.
Jude Elder, Oxford Health NHS Foundation Trust     

 


FRIDAY 28 JULY - Morning

 

Recent research and clinical developments in hoarding disorder
Chair: Claire Lomax, Newcastle University
Discussant: Victoria Bream, King’s College London
Mark Banham, Newcastle University
Claire Lomax, Newcastle University
Catherine Reid, Newcastle University
James Gregory, University of Bath

The role of compassion in phased-based treatment of Complex Trauma
Chair: Jo Billings, Berkshire Traumatic Stress Service
Jo Billings, Berkshire Traumatic Stress Service
Deborah Lee, Berkshire Traumatic Stress Service
Emily Ashfield, Berkshire NHS Trust
Carmen Chan, Oxford Health

Researching and Utilising a Core Process of Change in Therapy
Chair: Warren Mansell, University of Manchester
Warren Mansell, University of Manchester
Trishna Patel, University of East Anglia
Lydia Morris, Six Degrees Social Enterprise
Vanessa McIntyre, University of Manchester
Caitlyn Cannon, Six Degrees Social Enterprise, Salford

Developments in research with families with a parent living with serious mental illness
Chair: Rachel Calam, The University of Manchester
Penny Bee, The University of Manchester
Clare Backer, Greater Manchester Mental Health NHS Foundation Trust
Steven Jones, Lancaster University
Lauren Stockton, The University of Manchester

Adult
Chair: TBC
Elaine Davis, 2gether NHS Foundation Trust
Elizabeth Marks, University of Bath
Katy Sivyer, University of Oxford
Alexander Rozental, Stockholm University, Sweden 

Child and Adolescent Issues
Chair: TBC
Magdalena Zdebik, University of Montreal, Canada
Laura Dekkers, University of Amsterdam, the Netherlands
Victoria Pile, King’s College London
Liesbeth Telman, University of Amsterdam, the Netherlands
Victoria Grahame, Northumberland Tyne and Wear NHS Foundation Trust

Evaluating and Enhancing CBT IAPT therapy training;  Developing an evidence base as trainers and supervisors
Chair: Sarah Corrie, Royal Holloway and Central and North West London NHS Foundation Trust
Michael Worrell, Royal Holloway and Central and North West London NHS Foundation Trust
Suzanne Byrne, King's College London
Sheena Liness, King's College London
Rita Woo, Royal Holloway and Central and North West London NHS Foundation Trust
Sarah Corrie and Isabelle von Rohr, Royal Holloway and Central and North West London NHS Foundation Trust  

Cognitive Bias Modification: Novel avenues to enhance its effects on cognitive bias and anxiety
Chair: Elske Salemink, University of Amsterdam, the Netherlands
Lies Notebaert, University of Western Australia
Patrick Clarke, Curtin University, Australia
Mae Nuijs, University of Amsterdam, the Netherlands
Marcella Woud, Ruhr-Universität Bochum, Germany
Elske Salemink, University of Amsterdam, the Netherlands  

New developments in cognitive behavioural therapy for psychosis
Chair: Jasper Palmier-Claus, Greater Manchester West Mental Health NHS Foundation Trust
Filippo Varese, University of Manchester Jasper Palmier-Claus, Greater Manchester West Mental Health NHS Foundation Trust
Lisa Wood, North East London NHS Foundation Trust
Rory Byrne, Greater Manchester Mental Health NHS Foundation Trust
Anthony Morrison, Greater Manchester Mental Health NHS Foundation Trust

Systemic approaches to embedding Cognitive-Behavioural interventions within acute inpatient settings
Chair: Pamela Jacobsen, King's College London
Discussant: Isabel Clarke, Southern Health NHS Foundation Trust
Humza Khan, King's College London and Pamela Jacobsen, King's College London
Catherine Clark, Christchurch Canterbury University Olwyn Matier, Northern Health and Social Care Trust
Catherine Donaldson, Belfast Health and Social Care Trust  

Exploring the similarities and differences between three cognitive-behavioural approaches to psychotherapy: Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT), Method of Levels (MOL) and Motivational Interviewing (MI)
Speakers: Robert Griffiths, Greater Manchester Mental Health NHS Foundation Trust
Rory Allot, Greater Manchester Mental Health NHS Foundation Trust
James Dixon, 5 Boroughs Partnership NHS Foundation Trust
Joe Oliver, University College London
Sara Tai, University of Manchester


Enhancing CBT through chairwork: Bringing cognitive therapy to life
Matthew Pugh, Central and North West London NHS Foundation Trust

Parent-Led CBT for Child Anxiety: Helping Parents Help Their Kids
Monika Parkinson and Lucy Willets, The University of Reading

Using technology to enhance face-to-face cognitive-behavioural therapy
Richard Stott, King’s College London

Understanding and Managing Dissociation in PTSD
Adele Stevens and Sam Akbar, Central and North West London NHS Foundation Trust


Roz Shafran, University College London, Great Ormond Street Institute of Child Health
Is the Devil in the Detail? Translating theory into practice in the treatment of perfectionism

Daniel Freeman, The University of Oxford
Persecutory delusions: understanding and treating excessive mistrust


Conference Closes