Keynote Addresses
Thursday 20th July 11.30-12.30
Keynote Speakers

Dr Roz Shafran
University of Oxford
Beauty and the Beast: The Contribution of Clinical Research to the Understanding and Treatment of Eating Disorders

Professor Tim Dalgleish
Medical Research Council Cognition and Brain Sciences Unit, Cambridge
Thinking About the Unthinkable: Cognitive Processing of Traumatic Experiences in Children and Adolescents

Professor John Read
The University of Auckland, New Zealand
The Politics of 'Schizophrenia': Understanding and Overcoming the Barriers to a Genuinely Integrated Socio-Psycho-Biological Model of Madness

Professor Mark Williams
University of Oxford
Psychological Processes and Suicidal Depression


Thursday 20th July 15.45-16.45
Keynote Speakers

Professor Anke Ehlers
Institute of Psychiatry, London
A Cognitive Model of Posttraumatic Stress Disorder: Theory and Therapy

Professor Michael Otto
Center for Anxiety and Related Disorders at Boston University, USA
Enhancing Cognitive-Behavior Therapy: Strategies Emerging from Translational Research

Professor Steven C. Hayes
University of Nevada
Acceptance and Commitment Therapy: Current State of the Evidence


Friday 21st July 11.30-12.30
Keynote Speakers

Professor Arnoud Arntz
Maastricht University, The Netherlands
Schema-focused Therapy of Borderline Personality Disorder is Effective and Cost Effective: Results of a Multicentre Randomised Controlled Trial

Professor Richard Morriss
University of Liverpool
Psychological Management of Bipolar Disorder and Recurrent Depression: Service Delivery and Integration with Psychiatric Care

Professor Trudie Chalder
Institute of Psychiatry, London
'I Will Not Change My Old Mumpsimus For Your New Sumpsimus': Treatment of Medically Unexplained Symptoms

Professor Patricia Howlin
Institute of Psychiatry, London
The Evidence Base for Behavioural Therapies for Individuals with Autism Spectrum Disorders


Friday 21st July 15.45 - 16.45
Keynote speakers

Professor Richard Bentall
University of Manchester
The Role of Self-esteem in Paranoia

Professor Robert Leahy
American Institute for Cognitive Therapy, NYC and Weill-Cornell Medical School, USA
The Role of Emotion in Cognitive Therapy