BABCP Conference Programme Schedule

4th and 5th September 2019

Please note the Conference organisers reserve the right to make amendments to the programme schedule at any point.


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Wednesday 4th September
Symposia, 09.00 - 11.00

ACT for long term conditions

Chair: Trudie Chalder, King’s College London
Speaker: Chris Graham, School of Psychology, Queen's University Belfast
Trudie Chalder, King’s College London
Whitney Scott, Health Psychology Section, King's College, London
Lucy O’Neil, University of Leeds

Mental Health Promotion in Schools and with Young People

Chair and Discussant: Tamsin Ford, College of Medicine and Health, University of Exeter
Speaker: Judi Kidger, Population Health Sciences, University of Bristol
Rachel Hayes, Institute of Health Research, University of Exeter
Darren Dunning, Cognition & Brain Sciences Unit, University of Cambridge
Anam Raja, Department of Psychiatry, University of Oxford

Clinical Roundtable: Working with Complex Cases: Perspectives from CBT, DBT and ACT

Chair: John Boorman, Homerton University Hospital NHS Foundation Trust
Speaker: Isabel Clarke, italk (North West Area), Southern Health NHS Foundation Trust
Jess Kingston, Royal Holloway, University of London
Catherine Parker, Derbyshire Healthcare NHS Foundation Trust
Martin Wilks, Independent Practice, Flexible Psychological Solutions
Nicky Harding, Homerton University Hospital NHS Foundation Trust
John Boorman, Homerton University Hospital NHS Foundation Trust

Psychological Wellbeing Practitioners (PWPs); decision-making, drop-out, resilience, implementation intentions and self-practice/self-reflection

Chair: Liz Kell, University of Sheffield
Speaker: Ben Michael, University of Sheffield
Nick Firth; University of Sheffield
Paulina Gonzalez Salas Duhne, The University of Sheffield
Rosalind Nelson, University of Sheffield
George Miles, University of Sheffield

Child and Adolescent Mental Health

Chair: TBC
Speaker: Gavin Lockhart, University of Sussex
Lawrence Howells, Norfolk and Suffolk Foundation Trust
Mike Turnbull, Tees Esk and Wear Valley NHS FT Trust and Northumbria University

Innovations in CBT

Chair: TBC
Speaker: Emma Kinnaird, King’s College London
Fiona Switzer, NHS Lothian
Sirous Mobini, Priory Healthcare, University College London
Samantha Lloyd, University of Bath
Katharina Reichelt, Northumberland, Tyne and Wear NHS Foundation Trust

Clinical Skills Classes

A Brief Integrated Motivational Intervention (BIMI) for Psychiatric Inpatients Experiencing Co-Occuring Severe Mental Health and Substance Use Problems

Emma Griffith University of Bath and Alex Copello, University of Birmingham

The WISER MIND Model of Cognitive Behavioural Resilience and Therapy A method to build resilience and treat psychological disorder

Rufus Harrington and Karen Taylor, University of Cumbria

“Turning Intentions into Actions”: CBT for Adult ADHD

Russell Ramsay, University of Pennsylvania Perelman School of Medicine, USA

Keynote Addresses
11.30 - 12.30

Tim Dalgleish, University of Cambridge

Shattered lives: Understanding and treating posttraumatic stress in children and adolescents

Susan Bogels, University of Amsterdam, the Netherlands

Intergenerational transmission of anxiety disorders: Parents matter (for some)

Gillian Haddock, University of Manchester

Talking about suicide affects us all


Wednesday 4th September, 13.30 - 15.30
Symposia

Maintaining recovery after depression: predicting and preventing relapses

Chair: Joshua Buckman, University College London
Discussant: Claudi Bockting, University of Amsterdam, the Netherlands
Speaker: Joshua Buckman, University College London
Marlies Brouwer, University of Amsterdam
Jaime Delgadillo and Steve Kellet, University of Sheffield
Katherine Clarke, University College London
Ben Lorimer, University of Sheffield
Claudi Bockting, University of Amsterdam, the Netherlands

The use of technology to support and deliver interventions to children and young people with mental health problems

Chair: Paul Stallard, University of Bath
Speaker: Rebecca Grist, University of Brighton
Rhys Bevan-Jones, Cardiff University
Caroline Falconer, MindTech, Unversity of Nottingham
Paul Stallard, University of Bath
Bethan Davies, MindTech, University of Nottingham

Patient experiences of digitally-delivered CBT

Chair: Andrew Smithsimmons, Oxford VR & Ieso Digital Health
Speaker: Shireen Patel, University of Nottingham
Graham Thew, University of Oxford
Sarah Bateup, Ieso Digital Health
Ramesh Perera-Delcourt, South London and Maudsley NHS Trust
June Dent and Polly Haselton, Oxford VR

Improving Access to IAPT for people in later life: considering carers, communication and the next steps for protocol development

Chair: Georgina Charlesworth, University College London and North East London NHS Foundation Trust
Speaker: Jane Fossey, Oxford Health NHS Foundation Trust on behalf of the “Caring for Me and You” team
Phil McEvoy, Six Degrees Social Enterprise
Joshua Stott and Samantha Baker University College London
Elisa Aguirre, Syed Ali Naqvi, Lindsay Royan, North East London NHS Foundation Trust

CBT for psychosis: Process oriented therapies and the third wave

Chair: Katherine Newman-Taylor, University of Southampton and Southern Health NHS Foundation Trust
Speaker: Caroline Cupitt, South London and Maudsley NHS Foundation Trust
Katherine Berry, University of Manchester
Katherine Newman-Taylor, University of Southampton and Southern Health NHS Foundation Trust
Charlie Heriot-Maitland, Kings College London
Anne Cooke, Canterbury Christ Church University

The state of the evidence: reducing waste to increase value

Chair: Katherine Button, University of Bath
Speaker: Marcus Munafò, University of Bristol
Christopher Chambers, Cardiff University
Katherine Button, University of Bath

Clinical Skills Classes

The Strong & Curious CBT Therapist. Using the Self-Practice / Self-Reflection approach to develop self-compassion and healthy self-doubt

Jim Lucas, University of Birmingham

Assessment, case analysis and intervention skills: the Enhancing Parenting Skills Programme for working with parents of children with challenging behaviour

Judy Hutchings, Bangor University

Helping people to live well with pain: A practical workshop on Acceptance and commitment Therapy for chronic pain

Whitney Scott, King’s College London

How our schemas can get in the way of treating complex clients; a basic clinical skills class to improve the therapeutic alliance when working with complexity

Ruth McCutcheon and Saskia Ohlin, Academy of Schema Therapy and Private Practice

Keynote Addresses
16.00 - 17.00

Thomas Ehring, LMU Munich, Germany

Transdiagnostic approaches to the etiology and treatment of trauma-related disorders: Promise and pitfalls

Jaime Delgadillo, University of Sheffield

Precision mental healthcare: Learning from population data to personalise CBT

Georgina Charlesworth, University College London

When is a safety behaviour not a safety behaviour? Working with anxiety in adverse life circumstances

Poster Presentations

Posters will be on display all day on Wednesday 4th September and Poster presenters will be presenting their Posters from 17.00-18.00.


Thursday 5th September
Symposia, 09.00 - 11.00

(Complex) trauma and psychopathology in children and adolescents: Prevalence, mechanisms, and clinical implications

Chair: Rachel Hiller, University of Bath
Discussant: Andrea Danese, King’s College London
Speaker: Stephanie Lewis, King’s College London,
Caitlin Hitchcock, MRC Cognition and Brain Sciences Unit, Cambridge
Rachel Hiller, University of Bath
David Trickey, Anna Freud Centre, London

LGBT+ Mental Health: Historical perspectives and new research

Chair: Katharine Rimes, King’s College London
Speaker: Sarah Carr, University of Birmingham
Anna-Sophia Warren, King’s College London
Angeliki Argyriou, King’s College London
Georgina Gnan, King’s College London

Novel treatments across different clinical settings targeting Emotionally Unstable Personality Disorder/Traits

Chair: Alison Roberts, Sussex Partnership Foundation Trust & University of Sussex
Speaker: Alison Roberts, Sussex Partnership Foundation Trust & University of Sussex
Abby Dunn, University of Sussex
Rachel O’Brien and Anna Roberts, Sussex Partnership Foundation Trust
Juliet Couche, Sussex Partnership Foundation Trust

Hoarding Disorder: prevalence, cognitive-emotional and familial vulnerability factors and intervention

Chair: Victoria Bream, Centre for Anxiety Disorders and Trauma, South London and Maudsley NHS Foundation Trust
Speaker: Stephen Kellett, University of Sheffield and Sheffield Health and Social Care NHS Foundation Trust
Juliana Onwumere, Department of Psychology, King's College London
Helena Drury, Centre for Anxiety Disorders and Trauma, South London and Maudsley NHS Foundation Trust
James Gregory, University of Bath
Shemariah Hillman, Department of Psychology, University of Bath

Hoarding Disorder: prevalence, cognitive-emotional and familial vulnerability factors and intervention

Chair: Matthew Wilcockson, Coventry University, and Coventry and Warwickshire Partnership Trust
Speaker: Matthew Wilcockson, Coventry University and Coventry and Warwickshire Partnership Trust
Michael Townend, University of Derby and Private Practice
Frank Willc, Independent Practitioner, Bristol
Gail Steptoe-Warren, Coventry University

Attachment theory as a means of enhancing CBT for psychosis

Chair: Katherine Newman-Taylor, University of Southampton
Speaker: Katherine Berry, University of Manchester
Katherine Newman-Taylor, University of Southampton
Caroline Murray, NHS Grampian
Angus MacBeth, University of Edinburgh

Clinical Skills Classes

Turning research ideas into reality: a guide for clinicians about how to get your research funded

Shirley Reynolds, University of Reading and Barney Dunn, University of Exeter

Rolling with Resistance: A workshop for CBT therapists working with more complex presentations of OCD in children, adolescents and families

Alice Farrington and Sasha Walters, Berkshire CAMHS Anxiety & Depression Team

Design, implement and publish a single case experimental design

David Veale, King’s College London

The Equipping Youth to Help One Another Programme with offenders with intellectual disabilities and/or autism

Peter Langdon, University of Kent

Keynote Addresses
11.30 - 12.30

Jonathan Green, University of Manchester

Early developmental intervention in Autism Spectrum Disorder

Richard McNally, Harvard University, USA

Network Analysis in Psychopathology: Prospects and Challenges

Christopher Williams, University of Glasgow and Five Areas Ltd

Delivering complex interventions: The MRC framework as a model for clinical service developmen


Thursday 5th September
Symposia, 13.30 - 15.30

Open Paper symposium

Chair: TBC
Speaker: Naomi Mwasambili and Jessie Emilion, Chanua Health
Maria Elena Hernandez, University of Sheffield
Angela Cooke and Aileen McArthur, LIFT Psychology Service, Swindon
Emily Hickson, Central and North West London Foundation Trust
Irini Laura Verbist, IAPT, Greater Manchester Mental Health

Panel Debate: How can we make sure we are doing high quality, effective CBT when we work with interpreters and interpreted materials?

Chair: Andrew Beck, University of Manchester
Speaker: Michelle Beck, Nottinghamshire Healthcare Foundation NHS Trust
Glorianne Said, University College London
Whitney Nyarambi, East London Foundation Trust
Dot King, Berkshire Healthcare NHS Foundation Trust

How can we do trials better? Methodological developments in reducing waste and improving efficiency in trial design

Chair: Pamela Jacobsen, University of Bath, UK
Speaker: Heidi Gardner, University of Aberdeen
Pamela Jacobsen, University of Bath and Lisa Wood, University of Essex & North East London NHS Foundation Trust
Conor Duggan, University of Nottingham
Alex Wright-Hughes, University of Leeds

Recruiting mental imagery for challenging trauma cases

Chair: Kerry Young, Woodfield Trauma Service, CNWL Foundation Trust
Speaker: Cathryn Skerry and James Griffin, Grenfell Health and Wellbeing Service, CNWL Foundation Trust
Badri Bechlem, Che Moore, Claire Gibson, Grenfell Health and Wellbeing Service, CNWL Foundation Trust
Sameena Akbar, Woodfield Trauma Service, CNWL Foundation Trust
Zoe Chessell, Woodfield Trauma Service, CNWL Foundation Trust

Panel Debate: Research clinics: What are they, what are they for, and what next?

Chair: Kim Wright, University of Exeter
Speaker: Barney Dunn, University of Exeter
Blake Stobie, South London and Maudsleu NHS Trust
Catherine Gallop, University of Exeter
Ray Percy, University of Reading

Interventions in Depression and Anxiety

Chair: TBC
Speaker: Mel Simmonds-Buckley, University of Sheffield
Ailsa Russell, University of Bath
Francesca Muccio, Institute of Psychiatry
Layla Mofrad, Talking Helps Newcastle
Ben Ainsworth, University of Southampton

Clinical Skills Classes

Using values to ACTivate your practice

Richard Bennett, University of Birmingham

PACT (Paediatric Autism Communication Therapy) from infancy to 10 years –implementation for everyday practice in local services

Catherine Aldred, University of Manchester

Communicating CBT Ideas Creatively and Effectively to Non-Therapists

Lucy Maddox, BABCP

Keynote Addresses
16.00 - 17.00

David A Clark, University of New Brunswick, Canada

Unwanted Intrusive Thoughts: Another Neglected Transdiagnostic Process with Clinical Implications

Kate Davidson, University of Glasgow

CBT for personality disorder – Occam’s razor

Peter Langdon, University of Kent

Psychological interventions with offenders with intellectual disabilities and/or autism