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This webinar is aimed at clinicians, trainers and supervisors who work with people with psychosis. The CBT for psychosis literature has always prioritised engagement, and we know that services struggle to engage many with these difficulties. In this webinar we will focus on challenges to CBT for psychosis and how we can draw on attachment principles to strengthen our clinical practice. Specifically we will (i) briefly review evidence for the role of insecure attachment in psychosis, (ii) 'translate' the effects of insecure attachment for use in CBT formulation and treatment planning (to target key cognitions, emotion regulation and interpersonal behaviours), and (iii) illustrate how these principles can be applied in routine clinical practice.
Dr Katherine Newman-Taylor is Associate Professor at the University of Southampton, and Consultant Clinical Psychologist (Honorary) with Southern Health NHS Trust. She is Programme Director for the PG Diploma and PG Certificate in CBT for Severe Mental Ill-Health. Her research focuses on examining attachment-based factors associated with the maintenance of distressing psychosis, and drawing out the implications for therapeutic work and recovery interventions more broadly.
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