Professor Adele Hayes, University of Delaware, USA
The Process of Change in Psychotherapy
Professor Paul Stallard, University of Bath, UK
Can School-based CBT Programmes Prevent Anxiety and Depression in Children?
Professor Colin Espie, University of Oxford, UK
The Past Present and Future of Psychological Therapy for Insomnia Disorder
Professor Josef Rusek, VA Palo Alto Health Care System, USA
Improving Care for Veterans with PTSD

Professor Matt Field, University of Liverpool, UK
Cognitive processes in addiction: new directions and clinical implications
Professor Ian Kneebone, University of Western Sydney, Australia
Cognitive and Behavioural Management of Emotional Problems After Stroke
Dr Emmanuelle Peters, King’s College, London, UK
Do Cognitive Models of Psychosis Differentiate Individuals with Psychotic Experiences with and without a ‘Need-for-care’? Implications for CBT for Psychosis
Associate Professor James Bennett-Levy, University of Sydney, Australia
Why CBT Therapists Need to Take a Good Look at Themselves

Professor Doug Mennin, City University of New York, USA
An Emotion Regulation Framework for Emphasizing Commonalities in Cognitive-Behavioural Treatments
Professor Heleen Riper, VU University, Amsterdam, The Netherlands
Personalized and Embedded Mobile Cognitive Behavioral Therapy for Depression
Professor Ernst Koster, Ghent University, Belgium
Cognitive Mechanisms Involved in Ruminative Thought
Professor Chris Hatton, Lancaster University, UK
Subterranean Homesick Blues: How do we Improve the Mental Health of People with Intellectual Disabilities?

Professor Carl Lejuez, University of Maryland, USA
Behavioural Treatments for Depression: Don’t Call it a Comeback
Dr Janet Feigenbaum, University College, London, UK
Dialectical Behavioural Therapy: The Perimeters and Frontiers
Dr Peter Langdon, University of Kent, UK
Group Cognitive Behavioural Therapy for People with Asperger Syndrome and Anxiety Disorders: Findings from the PAsSA Trial
Professor Jasper Smits, The University of Texas at Austin, USA
How to Help Clients Get the Most out of Therapy

Professor Paul Gilbert, University of Derby, UK
Compassion Focused Therapy and the Fears of Compassion
Professor Tanja Michael, Saarland University, Germany
Enhancing Extinction-based Therapies of Anxiety Disorders: Cute Dogs and Other (unlikely) Candidates