This year we are replacing half-day in-conference workshops with skills classes for which there is no extra charge, which will run parallel to symposia. These will be 2-hour classes focusing on a specific clinical or research skill.

You will not need to book for these in advance, but there will be limited numbers of places, and so spaces will be on a first-come-first-served basis.

Cognitive Therapy for Panic Disorder: Integrating Discussion and Behavioural Experiments
David M Clark, Institute of Psychiatry, King's College London
Emotion Regulation in Cognitive Therapy for Depression
Richard Moore, Cambridgeshire and Peterborough NHS Foundation Trust
Beyond Relapse Prevention in CBT for Bipolar Disorder: The Roles of Positive Self-Appraisal and Recovery-Based Outcomes
Steve Jones, University of Lancaster
Using Imagery Rescripting to treat PTSD and Traumatic Bereavement
Jennifer Wild, Institute of Psychiatry, King's College London
From Report to Court: Psychology, Trauma and the Law
Sarah Heke, Institute of Psychotrauma and
Georgina Smith, The Haven (SARC) Paddington
From Timid to Tiger: Parenting-based Techniques for Managing the Anxious Child
Samantha Cartwright-Hatton, University of Manchester
Culturally Adapted Cognitive Behaviour Therapy for Psychosis: Using CBT with patients from ethnic minority groups
Peter Phiri and Shanaya Rathod, Hampshire Partnership NHS Foundation Trust
Why Feeling Compassion can be Difficult: Desensitising to Positive Emotion
Paul Gilbert, University of Derby
Teaching Core mindfulness skills in Mindfulness-based Cognitive Therapy (MBCT)
Mark Williams, University of Oxford
Broad Minded Affective Coping (BMAC): A New and Positive Technique for the CBT Tool Box
Nick Tarrier, University of Manchester
Working with Dissociation: from PTSD through BPD to DID
Fiona Kennedy, Private Practitioner
Using Enhanced Reliving to Access and Work with Trauma Memories
Kerry Young, University College London, and Deborah Lee, Berkshire Traumatic Stress Service and University College London
CBT from the Inside: Service User Perspectives
Rory Bryne, University of Manchester
Getting your Work Published: From Inspirational Idea to Editorial Acceptance
Michael Townend, University of Derby and Editor of The Cognitive Behaviour Therapist (tCBT) and
Paul Salkovskis, Institute of Psychiatry, Kings College, London and Editor of Behavioural and Cognitive Psychotherapy (BCP)