Keynote Addresses 15th – 16th July 2020
What does my patient need to learn during exposure for PTSD? Questions, Research, and Clinical Considerations
Carolyn Becker, Trinity University, USA
The Least Controversial Idea in Mental Health: Can adult mental health professionals stem the tide of poor child mental health?
Sam Cartwright Hatton, University of Sussex
Mindfulness for psychosis: A humanising therapeutic process
Paul Chadwick, University of Bath
Understanding key transdiagnostic processes that maintain emotional disorders and distress
Collette Hirsch, King’s College London
Working with parents to prevent and/or reduce violence against children
Judy Hutchings, Bangor University
30 years of CBT with children and young people: current status and future directions
Paul Stallard, University of Bath
Telling the “story of the self” through imagery and autobiographical memory
Lusia Stopa, University of Southampton
DBT Thirty Years On: What do we know and what have we yet to learn?
Michaela Swales, Bangor University
Where next for the psychological professions in NHS funded healthcare in England?
Adrian Whittington, Sussex Partnership NHS Foundation Trust
Psychological Therapy with People with Bipolar: Where to Start?
Kim Wright, University of Exeter
How can imagery techniques be used to help people process overwhelming, prolonged or repeated traumas?
Kerry Young, Central and North West London NHS Foundation Trust