18th, 19th & 20th July 2018

Creating and implementing effective behavioural experiments
Presenter: Freda McManus, University of Stirling
When Acquiring, Collecting, and Saving become Hoarding Disorder: Models and Interventions
Presenter: Gail Steketee, University of Boston, USA
Cognitive Therapy: From Action to Insight and Back Again
Presenter: Steve Hollon, Vanderbilt University, USA
Cognitive Behavioural Anger Treatment – Intellectual Disabilities and Beyond
Presenter: Ray Novaco, University of California, USA and John Taylor, Northumbria University and
Northumberland, Tyne & Wear NHS Foundation Trust
Improving CBT outcomes using outcome prediction and feedback methods
Presenter: Jaime Delgadillo, University of Sheffield
Working with Adolescents with Eating Disorders: Making CBT and Family Based Treatment (FBT) Work Together
Presenter: Glenn Waller, University of Sheffield and Mirin Craig, NHS Greater Glasgow and Clyde
How to get the most of of your CBT supervision - how be an effective CBT supervisee
Presenter: Steve Kellett, University of Sheffield
Building working alliances with depressed patients
Presenter: Stephen Barton, Newcastle University
Pictures that Stick: How to transform distressing images linked to death trauma and PTSD
Presenter: Jennifer Wild, University of Oxford
Using Values to ACTivate Your Practice: Bringing meaning and purpose to therapy
Presenter: Richard Bennett, University of Birmingham and Joe Oliver, University College London
Using couple-focussed interventions with long term health conditions
Presenter: Michael Worrell and Sarah Corrie, Central and North West London Foundation NHS Trust
Behavioural experiments in PTSD treatment - why, when and how?
Presenter: Sharif El-Leithy, Traumatic Stress Service and Hannah Murray, Oxford Centre for Anxiety
Disorders and Trauma
Using technology to enhance face-to-face cognitive-behavioural therapy
Presenter: Richard Stott and Emma Warnock-Parkes, King’s College London
How to Teach DBT Skills - Focus on Emotion Regulation and Distress Tolerance
Presenter: Catherine Parker, Derbyshire Healthcare NHS Foundation Trust
Comprehend, Cope and Connect: Adapted CBT for mental health acute crisis and whole team working
Presenter: Sean Harper, NHS Lothian and Isabel Clarke, Southern Health Care NHS Trust
The Strong & Curious CBT Therapist. Using the Self-Practice & Self-Reflection Approach to develop Self-Affiliation and Healthy Self-Criticism
Presenter: Jim Lucas, University of Birmingham