Symposia

15 and 16 July 2020


Adult Mental Health

Treating suicidal students in a University Counselling Service: The DBT approach

Convenor: Michaela Swales, Bangor University
Speakers: Sarah Plum, Bangor University
Colin Blowers, Co-Chair
Michaela Swales, Bangor University
Kamila Drobinska, Bangor University
Kate Tindle, Bangor University
Endaf Evans, Bangor University

Introducing the Bath Centre for Mindfulness and Compassion; Current research and future directions to promote health and well-being

Convenor: Pamela Jacobsen, University of Bath
Speakers: Paul Chadwick, University of Bath
Pamela Jacobsen, University of Bath
Mel Atkinson, University of Bath
Liz Marks, University of Bath
Ben Ainsworth, University of Bath

Panel Debate - For the best CBT possible, what is needed from whom

Convenor: Paul Salkovskis, Oxford Health Foundation NHS Trust and University of Oxford
Panel Members: Paul Chadwick, University of Bath
Ashley Fulwood, OCD UK (Service User)
Fiona Challacombe, King's College, London
Jo Edge, Service User

Behavioural Medicine

Multidisciplinary Cognitive Behavioural Approaches to Chronic and Distressing Tinnitus

Convenor: Elizabeth Marks, University of Bath
Discussant: : Laurence McKenna, Royal National ENT and Eastman Dental Hospitals
Speakers: : David Baguley, University of Nottingham
Lucy Handscomb, University College London
Eldre Beukes, Anglia Ruskin University
Elizabeth Marks, University of Bath
Laurence McKenna, Royal National ENT and Eastman Dental Hospitals

Children and Young People

Understanding maintenance mechanisms and developmental factors in children and adolescents with Obsessive Compulsive Disorder (OCD)

Convenor: Chloe Chessell, University of Reading
Discussant: : Paul Salkovskis, University of Oxford
Speakers: : Chloe Chessell, University of Reading
Alice Farrington, Berkshire Healthcare NHS Foundation Trust
Zoe Kindynis, South London and Maudsley NHS Foundation Trust
Kristina Aspvall, Karolinska Institute

Cognitive and Behavioural Mechanisms and Processes

New advances in understanding and intervening with key cognitive processes associated with emotional distress

Convenor: Ya-Chun Feng, Institute of Psychiatry, Psychology & Neuroscience, King's College London
Discussant: : Michelle Moulds, School of Psychology, The University of New South Wales
Speakers: : Ya-Chun Feng, King's College London
Jowinn Chew, King's College London
Lorna Cook, University of Exeter
Victoria Pile, King's College London

Diversity and Cultural Issues

LGBTQ+ Mental health: Psychological effects of stigma and experiences in IAPT services

Convenor: Katharine Rimes, King's College London
Speakers: Katharine Rimes, King's College London
Amelia Foy, University of Bath
Lovedeep Rai, King's College London
Joda Lloyd, University of London

IAPT and Primary Care

Expanding the evidence base for step 2 interventions in IAPT

Convenor: Stephen Kellett, University of Sheffield
Speakers: Charlotte Heathcote, Sheffield Health and Social Care NHS Foundation Trust
Louise Noble, University of Sheffield
Charlotte Bee and Vikki Aadahl, Oldham IAPT
Ben Lorimor, University of Sheffield
Mel Simmonds-Buckley, University of Sheffield

Innovations in CBT

Making theory and research count for disadvantaged young people in the real world

Convenor: Fiona Kennedy, GreenWood Mentors Psychology Services
Discussant: Vishal Talreja, Dream A Dream NGO, India
Speakers: David Pearson, NHS, UK
Fiona Kennedy, GreenWood Mentors Psychology Services
Vishal Talreja, Dream A Dream NGO India
Katherine Newman-Taylor, Southampton University
Pavitra Kumar, Dream A Dream NGO India

Personalising CBT: Clinical trials of cutting-edge treatment selection and adaptation methods

Convenor: Jaime Delgadillo, University of Sheffield
Discussant: Michael Barkham, University of Sheffield
Speakers: Jaime Delgadillo, University of Sheffield
Pauline Janse, HSK Group, the Netherlands
Vishal Talreja, Dream A Dream NGO India
Wolfgang Lutz, University of Trier, Germany

Applications of Brief Interventions: Do they work and for whom?

Convenor: Youngsuk Kim, VA Boston/Harvard Medical School & Cambridgeshire and Peterborough NHS Foundation Trust
Speakers: Stephanie Casey, University of East Anglia
Katherine Parkin, Cambridgeshire and Peterborough NHS Foundation Trust
Bethany Parker, Cambridgeshire and Peterborough NHS Foundation Trust
Youngsuk Kim, VA Boston/Harvard Medical School

Single Case Experimental Designs for clinicians

Convenor: David Veale, King's College London
Speakers: Barbora Novakova, Royal Holloway University of London
Steve Kellett, University of Sheffield
David Veale, King's College London
Renske Herrema, Newcastle University
Lucy Robinson, Newcastle University

Severe and Enduring

Broadening what we offer for people with Bipolar

Convenor: Kim Wright, University of Exeter
Speakers: Samantha Eden, University of Bath & University of Exeter
Jasper Palmier-Claus, Lancaster University
Susie Hales, Oxford Health NHS Foundation Trust
Sakir Yilmaz, University of Exeter
Fiona Lobban, Lancaster University

Plus 1 roundtable. Details to be confirmed

Therapeutic Techniques and Processes

Panel Debate: Formulating the trauma in trauma-informed therapy

Convenor: Isabel Clarke, Southern Health NHS Foundation Trust
Panel Members: Nick Grey, Sussex Partnership NHS Foundation Trust
Charlie Heriot-Maitland, Balanced Minds
Fiona Kennedy, Greenwood Mentors
Isabel Clarke, Southern Health NHS Foundation Trust

Plus 3 more symposia to be confirmed

Training and Professional Issues

Broadening what we offer for people with Bipolar

Clinical Roundtable: Can we talk about us? Challenges and opportunities for CBT couple therapy in the UK
Chair: Marion Cuddy, South London and Maudsley NHS Foundation Trust
Panel members: Marion Cuddy, South London and Maudsley NHS Foundation Trust
Michael Worrell, Central and Northwest London NHS Foundation Trust
Katy Wood, Kingston iCope

Panel Debate: What is the future of CBT clinical supervision?

Convenor: Mark Latham, Newcastle University
Discussant: Mandy Cole, Retired
Panel members: Miriam Cassell, University of Exeter
Sarah Bateup, Open University Business School
Jason Roscoe, University of Cumbria

Panel Debate: These mountains you are carrying, you were only supposed to climb. A Discussion about Practitioner Well-being and Burnout

Convenor: Jim Lucas, Openforwards
Panel members: Andrew Beck, East Lancashire Hospitals NHS Trust
Patricia Murphy, Patricia Murphy CBT

Panel Debate: Access to evidence based therapy in the 5 nations

Convenor: Louise Waddington, Cardiff University
Panel members: Kate Davidson, University of Glasgow

Further details to be confirmed