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Sous le Haut Patronage de Sa Majesté le Roi Mohammed VI Under the High Patronage of His Majesty the King Mohammed VI

43rd Annual Congress

European Association for Behavioural and Cognitive Therapies

43ème Congrès Annuel l’Association Européenne des thérapies comportementale et cognitive

Palais des Congrès de la Palmeraie Marrakech, Morocco 25th–28th September 2013

Programme


The European Associations for Behavioural & Cognitive Therapies Austrian Association for Behavioural Therapy | Association for Behaviour Modification in Austria | Association for Behaviour Modification in Germany | Association for Behaviour Modification in Switzerland | Association for the Study, Modification and Therapy of Behaviour (Belgium) | Association Francophone de Formation et de Recherche en Therapie Comportementale et Cognitive | Association of Behavioural Therapy and Cognitive Therapy (The Netherlands) | Association for Cognitive and Behavioural Therapies (Montenegro) | Association for Cognitive Behavioural Psychotherapy in Republic of Macedonia/FYROM | Bosnia and Herzegovina Association for Cognitive and Behavioral Therapy | British Association for Behavioural and Cognitive Psychotherapies | Bulgarian Association for Cognitive Behaviour Psychotherapy | Catalan Society of Behaviour Research and Therapy | Croatian Association for Behavioural-Cognitive Therapies | Czech Society for Cognitive Behaviour Therapy | Danish Association of Behavioural and Cognitive Therapy | Estonian Association for Cognitive Behaviour Therapy | Finnish Association for Cognitive and Behaviour Therapy | Finnish Association for Behavioural Analysis and Cognitive Behaviour Therapy | Flemish Association of Behaviour Therapy | French Association of Behaviour and Cognitive Therapy | German Association for Behaviour Therapy Modification | German Professional Association for Behaviour Therapy | Greek Association for Behavioural Modification and Research | Greek Association for Cognitive and Behavioural Psychotherapies | Hungarian Association for Behavioural & Cognitive Therapies | Icelandic Association for Cognitive and Behavioural Therapies | Irish Association of Behavioural And Cognitive Psychotherapy | Israeli Association For BehaviouralCognitive Therapy | Italian Association for Behavioural Analysis & Modification, & Behaviour & Cognitive Therapies | Italian Association for Behavioural and Cognitive Therapy | Kosova Association of Cognitive of Behavior Therapy | Latvian Association of Cognitive and Behavioural Therapies | Lithuanian Cognitive Behaviour Therapy Association | Norwegian Association for Cognitive Therapy | Polish Association for Cognitive and Behavioural Therapy | Portuguese Association of Behaviour Therapy | Romanian Association of Cognitive and Behavioural Psychotherapies | Romanian Association for Behavioural and Cognitive Therapy | Serbian Association for Behavioural and Cognitive Therapies | Association for Cognitive and Behavioural Therapies (Serbia) | Slovenian Association for Behaviour and Cognitive Therapies | Swedish Association of Behaviour Therapy | Swedish Association for Cognitive and Behavioural Therapies | Swiss Association of Behaviour Therapy | Swiss Association for Cognitive Psychotherapy | Turkish Association for Cognitive and Behavioural Psychotherapies | Ukrainian Institute of Cognitive-Behavioural Therapy Affiliate Members: Canadian Association of Cognitive and Behavioural Therapies/ l’Association Canadienne des Therapies Cognitives et Comportemantales | Moroccan Association for Behavior and Cognitive Therapy | Lebanese Society for Cognitive and Behaviour Therapy

EABCT Board | 2012-2013 Rod Holland (UK), President Helen Macdonald (UK), Honorary Secretary/Treasurer Thomas Kalpakoglou (Greece), Training coordinator Antonio Pinto (Italy), Congress coordinator Jaak Beckers (Belgium), Communications officer EABCT Office Postbus 14081 - 3508 SC Utrecht - The Netherlands Tel: +31 30 254 3054 Fax: +31 30 254 3037 email: office@eabct.eu Dinie Naezer-Heerschop, Association manager www.eabct.eu


Welcome to EABCT 2013 Welcome to the 43rd Annual Congress of the European Association for Behavioural and Cognitive Therapies and to the wonderful city of Marrakech. At the time of going to print we estimate that there will be over 1250 delegates attending this years congress and they will be coming from nearly 60 different countries from across Europe, Africa and the rest of the world. This will make EABCT 2013 the most diverse congress we have ever held and will help us to realise a major theme of the congress; namely to better develop our understanding and knowledge of “CBT and Culture”. This congress is the result of many years of planning since the proposal to take the EABCT congress to Morocco was enthusiastically supported by the EABCT member associations nearly 4 years ago. It has provided EABCT with the opportunity to work closely with our new affiliate organisation, the Moroccan Association for CBT, and use this opportunity to forge links with new colleagues and developing CBT associations in Africa and the Middle East. The historical link between the Moroccan association and the EABCT French speaking associations of AFTCC and AFFORTEC has also enabled us to involve two of our established associations in working alongside the Moroccan association to develop the French language programme. This will make the latest developments in CBT accessible to more people than our traditional English language programme alone is able to do. We have also been able to involve another new affiliate association, the Canadian CBT Association, who joined EABCT last year and as a bi-lingual association they will be able to contribute to both the English language and the French language programmes. The congress organizers would like to thank the EABCT scientific committee under the leadership of Philip Tata, and Jamal Chiboub and Nadia Kadri, from the Moroccan Association, who have worked to make the congress an undoubted success. Thanks also to all the EABCT Member associations for their support of the congress and, of course, to the delegates who have made the trip to Marrakech. You will not be disappointed in the programme or the experience that you will have in Morocco On behalf of the Congress Organising Committee

The scientific programme of the congress has fulfilled all the expectations that we set out to achieve. The hard work by all the members of the English and French language scientific committees and the response that we have had from the European and wider CBT community across the world has enabled us to bring you a scientific programme that is exceptional in terms of its quality, breath and size. There is something for everyone no matter what your interests, experience and culture are. When you combine symposia, roundtables, discussion groups, SIG’s, keynotes, In-congress workshops there are almost 200 events taking place over the 3 days of the congress. When you look at the number and areas of interest of the poster sessions alone you will see the exciting work that is currently taking place in developing the science and practice of CBT across Europe and the rest of the world. It is a tribute to the ever growing status and recognition of EABCT congresses that assembling such programme has been possible. A special thanks to all the delegates who are presenting their work. We hope you find it as rewarding to do as we appreciate your contribution. To all delegates, we say: enjoy the congress, in all its aspects, and take home new knowledge and new friendships from friendly and beautiful Marrakech. Philip Tata, Chair, EABCT Scientific Committee

The Moroccan Association of CBT, the University of Casablanca and the City of Marrakech will welcome the 43rd EABCT Congress to the beautiful city of Marrakech. We will ensure that the congress is not only a great scientific success but also an experience you will remember all of your life. Over the past few years we have formed close friendships with many EABCT associations and CBT therapists from across the world who have contributed to our CBT training programme. The congress will be the largest gathering of CBT on the African Continent and a stimulus for the continuing growth and development of CBT in Africa into future years. We will have a warm welcome for you and give you the opportunity to discover new ideas and make new friends in a new culture.

Rod Holland, President, EABCT

Andreas Veith Congress Organiser

Jamal Chiboub Organiser AMTCC

Nadia Kadri Organiser AMTCC


The EABCT Congress Organising Committee Rod Holland, President, EABCT Andreas Veith, 2013 Congress Organiser Philip Tata, Chair of Scientific Committee Maria do Ceu Salvador, Congress Treasurer Antonio Pinto, EABCT Congresses Coordinator Francois Heim, AFTCC The Scientific Committee Philip Tata, Chair of Scientific Committee

The AMTCC Organising Committee Jamal Chiboub, Fès Nadia Kadri, Casablanca Said Ech-Cherif El Kettani, Meknes Kawtar Halty, Casablanca Nazha Fahem, Casablanca Hassan Hafidi Alaoui, Mekens Fatine Fifani, Azrou Imane Tazi, Marrakech Adessadek El Idrissi, Marrakech Mahassine Touhami, Marrakech Fatima Zahra Sekkat, Rabat Hachem Tyal, Casablanca Asmaa Addal, Casablanca

The English Language Programme Committee Susan Bogels, Netherlands Peter De Jong, Netherlands Rob Dudley, UK Miguel Fullana, Spain Kristoffer Mansson, Sweden and Nick Hawkes, UK Pierre Philippot, Belgium | CBT & Cultures Antonio Pinto, Italy Agnieszka Popiel, Poland Craig Steel, UK Mehmet Sungur, Turkey Nicole Tang, UK John Taylor, UK Glenn Waller, UK The French Language Programme Committee Nadia Kadri, Casablanca Jamal Chiboub, Fès Joint Chairs, French Programme Committee Fatima Asri, Marrakech Jean Cottraux, Lyon, France Charly Cungi, Rumilly, France Christine Mirabel Sarron, Paris, France Driss Moussaoui, Casablanca Jallal Toufiq, Rabat


General Information The Congress Site The Congress is taking place in the Palais des Congrès de la Palmeraie and in the adjoining Golf Palace Hotel. These two venues offer excellent air-conditioned accommodation for the scientific programme and a map of the main rooms we will be using can be found in this programme and the Programme At A Glance. All the lecture theatres and seminar rooms are within a short walking distance of each other and signs will direct you to the various buildings but if you do get lost staff will be on hand to help you find your way Registration Registration will take place in the entrance foyer of the Palais des Congrès de la Palmeraie at the following times: Tuesday 24th September 2013 16.00-20.00 Wednesday 25th September 2013 08.00-20.00 Thursday 26th September 2013 08.00-17.00 Friday 27th September 2013 08.00-17.00 Information centre A message board is situated in the registration area of the Palais des Congrès de la Palmeraie. This will give details of any programme changes and will be the pick up point for any messages that have been left for delegates. Tourist information is also situated in this area. Exhibition Area The book exhibition and information on other products, EABCT and future congresses is also located in the Palais des Congrès de la Palmeraie and will be open throughout the congress. You can spend time relaxing, meeting friends, and colleagues, as well as looking at the latest titles from a number of publishers who will be present. Room Capacity Delegates must respect the limits on the numbers of people who can be accommodated in the lecture theatres and symposia rooms. These limits are there for obvious fire and other health and safety reasons. The congress organisers will restrict access to rooms when their capacity has been reached. EABCT cannot therefore guarantee that space will be available for all delegates who wish to attend each session, so it is recommended that you arrive early or on time for the sessions that you particularly wish to attend. Entry and Exit To avoid disruption to presenters and other delegates, you may only enter and exit the lecture room at appropriate times (i.e. between presentations). You may therefore have to wait, either outside or inside the room and please follow the instructions of the session chair and/or Congress Organsiers. Please turn off mobile phones. Audio and Video Recording Presenters will indicate if they do not wish their material to be photographed or recorded during the sessions. However, all delegates are asked to refrain from audio or video-recording session unless the presenter has given permission. All recordings are for private purposes only. Security Please do not leave valuables in the lecture and seminar rooms during the refreshment and lunch breaks unless arrangements are made to secure the room. Eating and Drinking Refreshments are provided as part of the registration fee to all delegates in the morning and afternoon as indicated in the programme schedule. There will be various serving points where the scientific programme is taking place. A buffet lunch is also included in your registration fee and will be available 12.3014.00. Information in your registration pack will indicate where you will be served lunch No evening meals are provided other than the evening at the Palm Grove on Friday 27th September for which you need a ticket. However, for those staying in the Palmeraie Hotels & Resorts there are a range of restaurants for you to enjoy. For those resident in the Old Town and New Town of Marrakech there are many opportunities Do not forget to wear your badge You must wear your badge at all times during the Congress. A strict admissions policy will be operating and admission to symposia and other events will be restricted to badge holders only. You will also need your badge to collect your lunch and for the social events. If you lose your badge a replacement fee of €25 will be made along with proof of registration. We apologize for any inconvenience this may cause but trust that delegates will understand the need to restrict entry to bona fide delegates only. No Smoking Policy In line with laws on smoking, no smoking is allowed in any enclosed public areas of the Congress


Les Jardins de Palmeraie Spa and Gym Diamond

Golf Palace Hotel Ex Gymnasium

Shops and Restaurants ATM

Hotel du Golf Palais du Congress

Topaz Rubis

Coupole

Tent Amethyst

Opale

Palmeraie Village

Palais des Congres – Lower Floor

Borj 1-5

Roseraie

Oliveraie

Palmeraie

Orangeraie

Amandier

Borj 6-8

Palais des Congres – Ground Floor

Siroua

Tichka

Registration

Menara 1-5

Toubkal

Menara 6-10


Our Social Programme

Congresses organised by EABCT are well known not only for the quality of their scientific programme but also for the opportunity provided for delegates to meet, socialise and enjoy themselves. The social programme is key to the success of the congress and the city of Marrakech. The venue at the Palmeraie Golf Palace will provide many opportunities in both formal and informal settings whether this is dining together, dancing and partying into the early hours or just in a relaxed conversation at the end of a busy day around one of the many swimming pools in the Palmeraie. Marrakech is famous for its culture, its food and its energy so there is plenty to explore and experience in the city during, before and after the congress. Tourist information, organised trips and recommendations for dining and enjoying the city will be available from the hospitality desk in the Congress Registration area. If you are attending the congress on your own we will have a way of facilitating small groups to join together to dine in town or in a restaurant nearby and further details of these opportunities will be available in your registration pack You must also take advantage of the social programme that we have put together for the congress and this includes: © Robert Aarts

Wednesday 25th September Opening Event and Reception 18.30–20.00 Join the organisers for a welcoming drink and canapés to celebrate the start of the Congress in the gardens of the Palmeraie Golf Palace and enjoy the torchlit poolside ambience and entertainment that we will provide. There is no charge for this event for delegates and official accompanying persons. Thursday 26th September EABCT’s International Party 21.00 to the early hours The Congress Party is open to all delegates and official accompanying persons and will take place at the Narjis Cabaret which is located between the Palais des Congrès de la Palmeraie and the Palmeraie Golf Palace Hotel. We have exclusive use of the Narjis Cabaret until 23.30 during which time delegates from many different EABCT associations and countries will be helping to make the party a lively event. After 23.30 the Narjis Cabaret opens it’s doors to the public but delegates are welcome to remain until it is time to sleep. There will be no charge for this event and entrance is included in the registration fee so bring your congress badge. Delegates will need to buy drinks at the cash bar

© Robert Aarts

Friday 27th September The Grand Finale at the spectacular Palm Groves 19.45 to late For a ‘once in a life-time’ experience in the heart of the Palm Groves. This is an evening not to be missed! Experience a truly unique, magical and memorable Moroccan night; enjoy a traditional dinner under Moroccan style Bedouin tents and dance the night away under the starry Moroccan skies. The cost for this exclusive evening is €95 and although places are limited you may still be able to book at the congress registration desk. There is no point in trying to find this place on your own and coaches will take delegates from the Palmeraie Golf Palace Hotel and return you back to the hotel or to the city centre. Final details will be printed on the ticket which will be issued at Registration. Other facilities In addition to the swimming pools, bars and restaurants in the Palmeraie you can also take advantage of the fitness centre and the spa that is available to all delegates in the Palmeraie and is located across the way from the entrance to the Palmeraie Golf Palace Marrakech will help forge new friendships and contacts between delegates from all corners of the globe.


Pre-Congress Workshops 11 Pre-congress workshops will run from 9.30 to 17.00 on Wednesday 25th September. Delegates will have prebooked into these full day workshops but a few places may be available for those registering on-site. Workshop 1 Imagery Rescripting for Trauma Related Problems Arnoud Arntz, Maastricht University, Netherlands Workshop 2 Cognitive Therapy for Depression Judith Beck, University of Pennsylvania, USA Workshop 3 CBT for Complex Cases: Looking for Patterns and Developing Treatmentguiding Hypotheses Mark Freeston, Newcastle University, UK

Workshop 7 Helping People to Choose to Change: Focused CBT for Obsessional Problems Paul Salkovskis, University of Bath, UK Workshop 8 Maudsley Model of Anorexia Nervosa Treatment for Adults (MANTRA): Clinical Outcomes for Anorexia and its Application to other Eating Disorders Ulrike Schmidt, Institute of Psychiatry, UK Workshop 9 Developments in CBT for Psychosis Mark Van der Gaag, VU University, Amsterdam

Workshop 4 Emotional Schema Therapy Robert Leahy, American Institute of Cognitive Therapy, USA

Workshop 10 An Introduction to Compassion Focused Therapy. Paul Gilbert, University of Derby, UK

Workshop 5 Exposure Therapy: Many Ways to do it Wrong, but Some to do it Right Jurgen Margraf, Ruhr-University of Bochum, Germany

Workshop 11 ThĂŠrapie Cognitive des Troubles de la PersonnalitĂŠ Jean Cottraux, Former Head of Unit, Lyon 1 University Scientific Director: IFFORTHECC, Lyon, France

Workshop 6 The Nature and Treatment of Anxiety Disorders Among Children and Adolescents Ron Rapee, Macquarie University, Sydney, Australia


In-Congress Workshops Delegates attending the Congress are invited to attend one or more of the half-day workshops that are scheduled in the programme. There is an extra change of €35 (€25 for students and delegates from economically disadvantaged countries). You can book a place on any workshop in advance or book at the Registration desk at the Congress from Tuesday 24th September. Places will be limited for most of the workshops and will be allocated on a first come first served basis so to guarantee a place the it is best to book before. The times and the titles of the workshops are listed below and further information on each workshop will be available on the Congress website www.eabct2013.com) or at the Congress Registration desk. The congress organisers reserve the right to cancel a workshop if necessary 14.00-17.15: Thursday 26th September 1: A Cognitive Behavioural Program for Weight Loss and Maintenance Judith Beck, Beck Institute for Cognitive Behavioural Therapy, Pennsylvania, USA 2: Treatment Techniques for Young Children with Disruptive Behaviour Disorders and Their Parents: An Integration of Cognitive Behaviour Therapy and Solution Focused Therapy Wim De Mey, Ghent University, Belgium 3: Habit Disorders: Brief CBT Based on Selfcontrol Procedures Ger Keijsers, Radboud University Nijmegen, The Netherlands 4: Cognitive Behavioral Therapy of Insomnia Charles Morin, Université Laval, Canada 5: Therapist Drift: Why Good People do Dumb Things, and How to Get Back on Track Glenn Waller, University of Sheffield, UK 6 : Prise en Charge du Trouble Hyperactif Chez L’adulte avec ou Sans déficit atttentionnel Luis Vera, Centre Hospitalier Sainte-Anne, Paris, France 7: L’Affirmation de Soi Ahmed Souhail Bannour, Centre Hospitalouniversitaire Farhat Hached, Sousse, Tunisie 8.30 – 11.30: Friday 27th September 8: Positive CBT: From Reducing Distress to Building Success Fredrike Bannink, Private Practice, Amsterdam 9: Delivering Culturally Sensitive CBT Shanaya Rathod, Southern Health NHS Foundation Trust and Nusrat Husain, University of Manchester, UK 10: Facilitating the Competence of Others: Improving your Effectiveness as a CBT Supervisor Sarah Corrie and Michael Worrell, Central and North West London NHS Foundation Trust, UK 11: Cognitive-Behavioural Therapy for the Unemployed Robert Leahy, American Institute for Cognitive Therapy, New York City, USA 12: CBT and Pain: Treating Chronic Pain: A Modern Behavioral Approach to Pain and Emotional Distress Steve Linton, Orebro University, Sweden 13: Treatment of OCD: New Approaches to Old Challenges (Canada Day) Christine Purdon, University of Waterloo, Canada 14: Buried in Treasures: Cognitive-Behavioural Therapy for Hoarding Disorder David Tolin, The Institute of Living, Connecticut, USA 15: Les Phobies Sociales Serge Gozlan, CHU Brugman, Bruxelles, Belgique 16: Addiction A l’Internet / Addiction Comportementale Charly Cungy, Association Suisse de Psychothérapie Cognitive, Geneva, Swisse

14.00 – 17.15: Friday 27th September 17: Understanding and Treating Health Anxiety Incorporating Cultural Diversity Theo Bouman, University of Groningen, The Netherlands 18: School Resilience Program: From Crisis to Growth, Prevention of PTSD and Building Life Skills Daniel Hamiel, Tel-Aviv University Medical School, Israel 19: Competitive Memory Training (COMET) for low self-esteem Kees Korrelboom, Parnassia Psychiatric Institution, The Netherlands 20: Treating Body Dysmorphic Disorder Fugen Neziroglu, Bio-Behavioral Institute, New York, USA and David Veale, King’s College London, UK 21: Adapting CBT for People with IDD John Taylor, Northumberland, Tyne & Wear NHS Foundation Trust, UK 22: Thérapie Cognitive des Troubles de la Personnalité Jean Cottraux, Ifforthecc et CHU de Lyon, France. 23: Les Phobies : Mieux les Comprendre pour Mieux les Traiter Christine Mirabel-Sarron, Centre Hospitalier SainteAnne, Paris, France 24: Thérapie Cognitive-Comportementale de l’Insomnie Prof. Charles Morin, École de psychologie, Université Laval, Canada 8.30 – 11.30: Saturday 28th September 25: The Application of Dialectical Behaviour Therapy to the Treatment of Eating Disorders Feyza Bayraktar, Bogazici University, Instanbul 26: Back to the Future with BCT: Learning the Basics of Behavioural Couples Therapy Andre Geel, Central and North London NHS Foundation Trust, UK 27: Treating PTSD After Extreme Trauma: Using Imagery Rescripting to Soften the Blows Ann Hackman, University of Oxford, UK 28: Cognitive Therapy for Schizophrenic Patients Tullio Scrimali, University of Catania, Italy 29: Taking Action : a Cognitive-Behavioural Therapy Protocol for the Treatment of Depression in Children Laura Wante, Ghent University, Belgium 30: A Cognitive Psychophysiological Treatment for Tourette Syndrome and Tic Disorders: Adults and Children Therapy Kieron O’Connor and Julie Leclerc, Fernand-Seguin Researche Centre, Montreal Canada and University of Quebec in Montreal, Canada 31: La Dépression au Travail Marc Willard, Strasbourg, France 32: Réussir à Surmonter la Douleur Chronique: une demi-journée d’introduction des Interventions TCC validées pour la Traitement de la Douleur Helen Macdonald, Université de Sheffield, Royaume Uni


The Programme Symposia Panel Debates Special Interest Groups Wednesday 25th September 18.30 – 20.00

Clinical Roundtables

Opening Event and Reception Palmeraie Golf Palace

In-Congress Workshops

The EABCT Congress Organising Committee Rod Holland, President, EABCT Andreas Veith, 2013 Congress Organiser The AMTCC Organising Committee Jamal Chiboub, Fès Nadia Kadri, Casablanca Welcoming drink and canapés

Keynote Speakers Poster Sessions Open papers Presentation in the French Language are highlighted Canada Day presentations are marked

CANADA DAY

Only the person presenting appears in the programme but a version with the names of all the authors will be made available on the website. All the authors will also appear in the abstract book which will be available to download from the congress website www.eabct2013.eu


Thursday 26th September – Morning 9.00 – 11.15 Symposium 1 Palais des Congrès: Salle Tichka Recent Developments in Treatment and Understanding of Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder and Symptoms Related to Aversive Autobiographical Memories in Other Disorders Convenor: Markus Streb, Saarland University, Germany Chair: Arnoud Arntz, Maastricht University, The Netherlands 09:00 09:20 09:40 10:00 10:30 10:50

PTSD in Paramedics: The Role of Resilience and Sense of Coherence Markus Streb, Saarland University, Germany Using Neuroimaging to Understand Flashbacks: Can the Brain Inform Treatments? Ian A. Clark, University of Oxford, UK Imagery Rescripting as a Treatment for PTSD: Clinical Effects and Basic Research Arnoud Arntz, Maastricht University, The Netherlands Coffee Treating Trauma Symptoms in the Context of Bipolar Disorder Martina di Simplicio, MRC Cognition and Brain Sciences Unit, Cambridge, UK The Effects of Neutral, Regular, and Positive Rescripting on Aversive Autobiographical Memories and Their Associated Emotions Christien Slofstra, University of Groningen, The Netherlands

Symposium 2 Palais des Congrès: Salle Siroua New Research Developments in the Psychological Understanding Obsessive Compulsive Disorder Convenor: Catharina Giele, Utrecht University, The Netherlands Chair: Marieke Toffolo, Utrecht University, The Netherlands 09:00 09:20 09:40 10:00 10:30 10:50

The Effects of Perseveration in OCD on Semantic Satiation and Dissociative Doubt Catharina Giele, Utrecht University, The Netherlands Does Fear of Guilt Undermine Decision-Making? Christine Purdon, Waterloo University, Canada Differences in Effectiveness of Physical and Mental Washing in Reducing Mental Contamination Mark Boschen, Griffith University, Australia Coffee Checking Responses to Mild Uncertainty in Patients with OCD Marieke Toffolo, Utrecht University, The Netherlands OCD: Inferential Confusion or Prudential Reasoning? Amelia Gangemi, University of Messina, Italy

Symposium 3 Palais des Congrès: Salle Palmeraie Worry and Rumination: Recent Advances in Understanding the Mechanisms Convenors: Maurice Topper and Maarten Eisma, University of Amsterdam and University of Utrecht, The Netherlands Chair: Maurice Topper, University of Amsterdam, The Netherlands 09:00 09:20 09:40 10:00 10:30

I Think, Therefore I Avoid; Eye Tracking Evidence for an Avoidance Conceptualisation of Rumination After Loss Maarten Eisma, University of Utrecht, The Netherlands Phenomenological Aspects of Repetitive Thinking in the Development and Persistence of Psychopathology After Bereavement Paul Boelen, University of Utrecht, The Netherlands Avoiding Emotions or Emotional Contrast Experiences; A Functional Perspective on Worry Maurice Topper, University of Leuven, Belgium Coffee The Differential Effects of Co-brooding and Co-reflection on Depressive Symptoms in Early Adolescence Margot Bastin, University of Leuven, The Netherlands

Symposium 4 Palais des Congrès: Salle Orangeraie Watch out, or Your Gaze Takes Control! The Role of Attentional Bias in the Development, Maintenance and Treatment of Psychological Disorders Convenor: Madelon van Hemel-Ruiter, University of Groningen, The Netherlands Chair: Johan Verwoerd, University of Groningen, The Netherlands Discussant: Ernst Koster, Ghent University, Belgium 09:00 09:20 09:40 10:00 10:30 10:50

The Predictive Role of Reward-related Attentional Biases for Adolescent Substance Use Madelon van Hemel-Ruiter, University of Groningen, The Netherlands Attention for Fat Food: Associations with Overweight and Obesity in Adults and Children. Jessica Werthmann, Maastricht University, The Netherlands The Nature and Context of Threat: Attentional Bias in Fear of Flying Anouk Vanden Bogaerde, Ghent University, Belgium Coffee Translation of ABM-training to the Context of (Analog) Trauma: Enhanced Disengagement From Visual Trauma Reminders Lowers Subsequent Intrusive Imagery. Johan Verwoerd, University of Groningen, The Netherlands Discussion


Thursday 26th September – Morning Symposium 5 Palais des Congrès: Salle Oliveraie Early Interventions for Anxiety at Various Ages Convenor & Chair: Ellin Simon, Open University of The Netherlands, The Netherlands 09:00 09:20 09:40 10:00 10:30 10:50

Reducing the Trajectory Toward Emotional Disorders Through Early Intervention Ron Rapee, Macquarie University, Australia Child-directed CBT for Young Anxious Children Aged 4 to 7 Years Cathy Van der Sluis, University of Amsterdam, The Netherlands Early Child-versus Parent-focused Intervention in Middle-aged Anxious Children Ellin Simon, Open University of The Netherlands, The Netherlands Coffee Prevention of Social Anxiety in Adolescents: Is Efficient Early Intervention Possible? Eva De Hullu, Open University of The Netherlands, The Netherlands What Can Fathers Do to Prevent Their Children from Developing a Social Anxiety Disorder? Noortje Vriends, University of Basel, Switzerland

Symposium 6 Palmeraie Golf Palace: Salle Coupole Menara CBT for Anxiety Disorders in Youth: Secondary Outcomes, Predictors of Treatment Outcome and Clinical Implications Convenor: Maaike Nauta, University of Groningen, The Netherlands Chair: Else de Haan, Academic Medical Center Amsterdam, The Netherlands Discussant: Else de Haan, Academic Medical Center Amsterdam, The Netherlands 09:00 09:20 09:40 10:00 10:30 10:50

The Role of Depression, Self-concept and Parental Distress in CBT Outcome for Anxious Children Gro Janne Wergeland, Haukeland University Hospital, Norway Therapeutic Alliance as a Facilitator of Treatment Response Jon Fauskanger Bjaastad, Anxiety Disorders Research Network, Haukeland University Hospital, Norway and Regional Centre for Child and Youth Mental Health and Child Welfare, Uni Research, Norway Good Social Skills are Beneficial for Good Outcome in CBT Juliette Liber, Department of Clinical Child and Family Studies, Free University of Amsterdam, the Netherlands Coffee The Role of Executive Functioning in Responding to CBT Maaike Nauta, University of Groningen, The Netherlands Non-response to Cognitive Behavioral Treatment for Pediatric OCD: Adding Treatment Modalities is Not Always Necessary Lidewij Wolters, Academic Medical Center Amsterdam, The Netherlands

Symposium 7 Palmeraie Golf Palace: Salle Opale Translating Basic Research Findings into Clinical Interventions for Eating Disorders Convenor: Timo Brockmeyer, University Hospital Heidelberg, Germany Chair: Ulrike Schmidt, King’s College London, UK 09:00 09:20 09:40 10:00 10:30 10:50

Internet-based Relapse Prevention for Anorexia Nervosa Ulrike Schmidt, King’s College London, UK Relapse Prevention via Videoconference in Anorexia Nervosa: A Pilot Study Karin Giele, Medical University Hospital Tübingen, Germany Training Cognitive Flexibility in Patients with Anorexia Nervosa: A Pilot Randomized Controlled Trial of Cognitive Remediation Therapy Timo Brockmeyer, University Hospital Heidelberg, Heidelberg, Germany Coffee Executive Functions and Impulsivity in Eating Disorders: Therapy Implications When Using New Technologies Beatriz Fagunde, University Hospital of Bellvitge-IDIBELL, CIBEROBN, Barcelona, Spain Treating Low Self-esteem in Patients with Eating Disorders. Kees Korrelboom, PsyQ Haaglanden, The Netherlands

Symposium 8 Palmeraie Golf Palace: Tent Andalous A Cognitive-Behavioural Group Rehabilitation Program for Young and Adult Offenders: Theory, Contents, and Outcome Studies in Forensic Samples Convenor and Chair: José Pinto-Gouveia, University of Coimbra, Portugal 09:00 09:20 09:40 10:00 10:30

Growing Pro-Social (GPS): Theoretical Framework, Contents, and Structure Daniel Rijo, Faculty of Psychology and Education Sciences of the University of Coimbra, Portugal GPS Efficacy in a Sample of Young Offenders in Correctional Facilities Carolina da Motta, Faculty of Psychology and Education Sciences of the University of Coimbra, Portugal Clinical Change in Core Beliefs and Cognitive Distortions: A Randomized Trial with Prison Inmates Daniel Rijo, Faculty of Psychology and Education Sciences of the University of Coimbra, Portugal Coffee Improvements in Anger, Shame and Paranoia: Clinical Change in a Randomized Sample of Prison Inmates After GPS Completion Carolina da Motta, Faculty of Psychology and Education Sciences of the University of Coimbra, Portugal


Thursday 26th September – Morning Symposium 9 Palais des Congrès: Salle Toubkal Mindfulness Based Cognitive Therapy for Depression: the Role of Patient and Therapy Factors Convenor: Evelien Snippe, University of Groningen, University Medical Center Groningen, The Netherlands Chair: Nicole Geschwind, Maastricht University, The Netherlands 09:00 09:20 09:40 10:00 10:30 10:50

Mindfulness-Based Cognitive Therapy Reduces Residual Depressive Symptoms Irrespective of Number of Prior Depressive Episodes. A Randomized Controlled Trial Nicole Geschwind, Maastricht University, The Netherlands Moderators of the Impact of MBCT in Depression: The Role of Genes and Antidepressant Medication Marieke Wichers, Maastricht University, The Netherlands Mindfulness-Based Cognitive Therapy (MBCT) and Cognitive Behavior Therapy (CBT) for Treating Depression in Patients with Diabetes: A Randomized Controlled Trial Annika Tovote, University of Groningen, University Medical Center Groningen, The Netherlands Coffee The Associations Between the Therapeutic Alliance, Homework Compliance and Depressive Symptom Reduction in Mindfulness Based Cognitive Therapy Evelien Snippe, University of Groningen, University Medical Center Groningen, The Netherlands Teacher Competence in Mindfulness-Based Cognitive Therapy: Is it Related to Outcome? Marloes J. Huijbers, Radboud University Nijmegen Medical Centre, The Netherlands

Symposium 10 Palmeraie Golf Palace: Salle Diamond Therapeutic Alliance: New Aspects and Insights Convenor: Patrick Figlioli, University of Bern, Switzerland Chair: Franz Caspar, University of Bern, Switzerland Discussant: Daniel Regli, University of Bern, Switzerland 09:00 09:30 10:00 10:30 11:00

Working Alliance and Real Relationship in Psychotherapy: Pilot Studies on the Construction of an Instrument and its Determinants and Outcomes Anton Laireiter, University of Salzburg, Austria How Nice is Good for Patients and for Therapy Outcome? The Role of Confrontation in the Process of Psychotherapy Patrick Figlioli, University of Bern, Switzerland Coffee Tactics Patients use to Influence Their Therapists in the Initial Interview Sarah Fruehauf, TBC Discussion

Symposium 11 Palais des Congrès: Salle Amandier Predictors and Correlates of Depression Chair: Glenn Waller, University of Sheffield, UK 09:00 09:20 09:40 10:00 10:30 10:50

Early Maladaptive Schemas Mediate the Impact of Bullying on Depressive Symptoms in Adolescents Esther Calvete, University of Deusto, Spain The Role of Early Core-Beliefs and Excessive Reassurance Seeking in the Development and Maintenance of Depression David Dozois, University of Western Ontario, Canada Does the Dominance of Negative Over Positive Mood Impact Brain Flexibility? A fMRI Study of Naturally Occurring Mood Claudio Gentili, University of Pisa, Italy Coffee Depression: A Cross Sectional Study of Cognitive, Rumination and Resilience as Predictors of Depressive Symptoms Roger Hagen, Norwegian University of Science and Technology, Norway Depression: A Longitudinal Study of Cognitive, Rumination and Resilience Predictors of Depressive Symptoms Patrick Vogel, Norwegian University of Science and Technology, Norway

Symposium 12 Palmeraie Golf Palace: Salle Rubis Psychosis: Basic Processes and New Interventions Chair: Rob Dudley, University of Newcastle, UK 09:00 09:20 09:40 10:00 10:30

Predicting Compliance with Command Hallucinations: Anger, Impulsivity and Appraisals of Voices’ Power and Intent Sandra Bucci, University of Manchester, UK A Pilot Study to Assess the Feasibility and Impact of a Brief Integrated Motivational Intervention on Substance Misuse in Psychiatric Inpatient Units Hermine Graham, University of Birmingham, UK Brain Functioning effects with Cognitive Remediation Therapy in Schizophrenia Rafael Penadés, Hospital Clinic Barcelona, University of Barcelona, Spain Coffee Taking Account of Depression in a Study of ‘Jumping to Conclusions’ by People with Persecutory Delusions. Natasha Vorontsova, Royal Holloway, University of London, UK

Symposium 13 Palmeraie Golf Palace: Ex Gymnasium New Interventions and Self Practice Self Reflection Chair: Jens Devgun Högström, Karolinska Institute, Sweden 09:00 09:20 09:40 10:00

Mindfulness-Based Behavioral Group Therapy (MBBGT) in Primary Care Miguel Garriz, INAD. Parc de Salut Mar. Barcelona, Spain CBT-based Psychoeducative Groups for Adults with ADHD and Their Significant Others: An Open Feasibility Study Tatja Hirvikoski, Karolinska Institutet, Sweden Fostering Resilience: Evaluation of an Intervention Module Ulrike Willutzki, Ruhr University Bochum, Germany Coffee


Thursday 26th September – Morning 10:30 10:50

The Impact of Reflective and Self Practice on Cognitive Therapy Competence in Clinical Psychology Trainees Clint Gurtman, Deakin University, Australia Self-Practice and Self-Reflection: A Credible Equivalent for Personal Therapy in CBT? Craig Chigwedere, Trinity College Dublin and St Patrick’s University Hospital , Ireland

Symposium 14 Palmeraie Golf Palace: Salle Amthyste La Psychoéducation de Groupe Pour le Trouble Bipolaire : Une Approche Efficace et Rentable Chair: Martin D.Provencher, Université Laval, Canada 09:00 09:20 09:40 10:00 10:30

Implantation et Efficacité d’un Groupe Psychoéducatif Pour le Trouble Bipolaire dans les Centres de Santé et Services Sociaux au Québec Martin D.Provencher, Universtié Laval, Canada Efficacité à Long Terme de la Psychoéducation et Approche Alternative Pour les Patients non Répondeur Jean-Michel Aubry, Université de Genève et Hopitaux Universitaires de Genève, Suisse La TCC Psychoéducative de Lam Pour Patients Bipolaires: Déroulement et Caractéristiques à Propos d’une Expérience de 10 Ans Christine Mirabel-Sarron, Université Paris V René Descartes et Centre Hospitalier Sainte-Anne, France Pause café Psychoéducation: Une Thérapie Efficace et Efficiente dans le Traitement d’appoint de la Maladie Bipolaire Serge Beaulieu, Université McGill et Institut Universitaire en Santé Mentale Douglas, Canada

Symposium 15 Palais des Congrès: Salle Roseraie Psychothérapie et Neurosciences Modérateur: Hachem Tyal, Casablanca Discutant : Nadia Kadri, Centre Psychiatrique Universitaire Ibn Rochd, Casablanca, Maroc 09:00 09:20 09:40 10:00 10:30

Neurosciences: Etat Actuel Mohamed Agoub, Laboratoire des Neurosciences Cliniques et Santé Mentale, Université Hassan II, Casablanca, Maroc Thérapie Cognitivo Comportementale et Neurosciences : Où en Sommes nous et où allons nous? Jean Cottraux, Université Lyon1 et Ifforthecc, France Neurosciences and Psychoanalyse Jalil Bennani, Rabat, Maroc Pause café Discussion

9.30 – 13.00 Poster Session 1 Children and Adolescents Palais des Congrès An Experimental Study on the Influence of Paternal Behaviour in Children with Anxiety Disorders Nanna Josefsen Klinkby Marcussen, Aarhus University, Aarhus, Denmark A Comparison of Therapist Assisted Bibliotherapy and Group Therapy as Treatments for Children with Anxiety Disorders: A Randomized Controlled Trial Tine Vadgaard, Aarhus University, Aarhus, Denmark Comorbidity of ADHD and Anxiety: Effects of Sleep and Response to a CBT Treatment. Lyse Turgeon, University of Montreal, Canada The Effect of a Family CBT Programme for Children with Separation Anxiety Disorder Lyse Turgeon, University of Montreal, Canada Reciprocal Relationship Between Self-Esteem and Adolescent Depression and Anxiety: A Longitudinal Study Lonneke Van Tuijl, University of Groningen, the Netherlands Efficacy of the Treatment Program for Children with Aggressive Behavior: A Randomized Controlled Trial with an Active Control Group Manfred Doepfner, Dept Child & Adolescent Psychiatry and Psychotherapy, University of Cologne, Germany Adolescents’ Susceptibility to Peer Pressure: Teach Them to Say No is Not Enough Martina Lotar Rihtaric, University of Zagreb, Faculty of Education and Rehabilitation Sciences, Croatia Self Perception and Anxiety as Predictors of Depression Symptoms Among Croatian Adolescents Marija Lebedina Manzoni, University of Zagreb, Croatia Attentional Retraining May Reduce Emotional Biases and Stress Responses in Socially Anxious Children Mandy Rossignol, UCL, Belgium An Online Self-Applied Progam for Drug Use Prevention in Adolescents (PREVENTIC- INFORMATIVO): The Professionals’ Assessment Rosa Maria Baños Revera, Valencia University, Spain Parent Experience as Measured Subsequent to Psychoeducation Course nn Children’s Anxiety Hanne Synnøve, Aarvik BUP Haugesund, Norway PEACE (Parents Educated for Anxious Children’s Exposure) Hanne B. A.Digre, BUP Haugesund, Norway The Effects of Psychological Variables in the Outcomes of CBT Program for Obesity Childhood Rosa Maria Baños Revera, University of Valencia, Spain Cross Validation of Sensitivity and Specificity of the MASC Subscales in Identifying Separation Anxiety Disorder, Generalized Anxiety Disorder, and Social Phobia Simon-Peter Neumer, Centre For Child And Adolescent Mental Health, Norway Negative Self-Statements in Anxious Youth Bente Storm Mowatt Haugland, Regional Centre for Child and Youth Mental Health and Welfare, University Research/Anxiety Disorder Research Network Norway Measuring Early Memories of Threat and Subordination: Study of Psychometric Properties of the Early Life Experiences Scale (ELES) For Adolescents Ana Xavier, Cognitive Behavioural Research Centre (CINEICC) University of Coimbra, Portugal Alexithymia and Decision-Making Ability in Patients Suffering From Eating Disorders Junko Matsumoto, Research Center For Child Mental Development, Chiba University Graduate School of Medicine, Japan Randomised trial of a brief acceptance-based group intervention for adolescents referred to hospital with deliberate self-harm’ Holly Donnelly, Macquarie University, Australia


Thursday 26th September – Morning Anxiety Disorder Interview Schedule For Children Applied to an Adolescent Population: Inter-Rater Reliability, Concurrent Validity and Acceptability of the Clinical Interview Cátia Casanova Martins, Faculdade De Psicologia E Ciências Da Educação Da Universidade De Coimbra, Portugal The Screening Utility of SCARED-R: A ROC Curve Analysis Mariana Rigueiro Neves, Lisbon University, Portugal Cognitive and Family-Related Predictors of Reported Suicide Attempts in a Population-Based Prospective Study of Adolescents Marika Paaver, University of Tartu, Estonia Specific and Generalized Social Phobia: Differences and Similarities in Relation with Shame and Autocriticism Maria Do Céu Salvador, Faculty of Psychology and Sciences of Education of the Coimbra University, Portugal “Anxiety Runs in Families? Exploring Parental Typologies in Families of Children with Anxiety Symptoms” Ana Beato, Faculty of Psychology, University of Lisbon, Portugal Third Generation of Fear of Failure Training in Adolescents and Young Adults Nele Jacobs, FARESA, Evidence-Based Psychological Centre, Belgium Understanding Childhood Anxiety Disorders: Preliminary Examination of the Portuguese Version of the Children Anxiety Interference Scale – Parent and Child Versions Teresa Marques, Faculty of Psychology, University of Lisbon, Portugal Agreement and Discrepancies Among Informants in the Evaluation of Children’s Anxiety Problems Ana Pereira, Faculdade De Psicologia Da Universidade De Lisboa, Portugal Social Anxiety in Adolescence: The Role of Shame Maria Do Céu Salvador, Faculty of Psychology and Sciences of Education of the Coimbra University, Portugal The Impact of Traumatic Shame Experiences on Social Anxiety – The Moderator Role of Emotional Intelligence Maria Do Céu Salvador, Faculty of Psychology and Sciences of Education of the Coimbra University, Portugal “Behavior of Children with Autism Spectrum Disorders in Day care Activities: How to Improve Success Rate” Naima Fahmi, Université Du Québec À Montréal, Canada The Efficacy of the RETMAN Robot Versus Cartoons in Helping Children Manage Their Exam Anxiety Daniel David, Babes-Bolyai University, Rumania A Serious Game to Support the Treatment of Anxious Children with Selective Mutism: An Innovative Element in a CBT Program Maretha De Jonge, University Medical Center, Utrecht, the Netherlands An Expressive Writing Intervention for Mothers Distressed by the Birth of their Premature Baby Antje Horsch, Department of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry and Neonatology Service, University of Lausanne, Switzerland Early Maladaptive Cognitive Schemas in a Clinical Sample of Greek Children and Adolescents Maria-Ionna Argiropoulou, nstitute of Behavioral Research and Therapy, Greece EMOTION: A Transdiagnostic Indicated Preventive Program for Children with Anxiety and Depression; Results of a Pilot Study and Future Research Plans Kristin Martinsen, The Center for Child and Adolescent Mental Health, Eastern and Southern Norway (RBUP), Norway Factors of the Comprehensive Assessment of at Risk Mental States and Clinical Status of Youth at Ultra High Risk for Psychosis: Depth Clinical Trial Baseline Characteristics Helen Stain, Durham University, UK Piloting a CBT group for Girls Presenting with Conversion Disorder in Uganda Jennifer Hall, Makerere University, Uganda Attentional Bias and Attentional Control Assessment Task (ABACAT): A Measure of Anxiety-Linked Attentional Processes From Childhood to Adulthood Heather Liebregts, University of Western Australia, Australia

11.30 – 12.30 Keynote Speakers Palais des Congrès: Salle Siroua

The Amazing Phenomenon of CBT: Lessons from Developments in the Understanding and Treatment of Obsessive Compulsive Disorder Professor Paul Salkovskis, University of Bath, UK Chair: Adam Radomsky, Concordia University, Canada Palais des Congrès: Salle Tichka

Forgetting Fears: A Translational Approach to Advance Treatment for Anxiety Disorders Professor Merel Kindt, University of Amsterdam, Netherlands Chair: Miguel Fullana, Congress Scientific Committee Palais des Congrès: Salle Toubkal

Resisting Temptations: How to Deal with Impulsive Behaviors in Eating Disorders? Professor Laurence Claes, Catholic University of Leuven, Belgium Chair: Glenn Waller, University of Sheffield, UK Palais des Congrès: Salle Roseraie

Troisième Vague des TCC : Validité Scientifique Dr Pierre Philippot, Université de Louvain, Belgique Président: El Idrissi Abdessadek, Marrakech Palais des Congrès: Salle Oliveraie

Psychological Therapies for People with Intellectual Disabilities: Perspectives on Evidence Professor Richard Hastings, University of Bangor, UK Chair: John Taylor, Northumbria University and Northumberland, Tyne & Wear NHS Foundation Trust, UK


Thursday 26th September – Afternoon 14.00 – 17.15 In-Congress Workshops (See page 10) Coffee will be served at 15.30

Workshop 1: A Cognitive Behavioural Program for Weight Loss and Maintenance Judith Beck, Beck Institute for Cognitive Behavioural Therapy, Pennsylvania, USA

Workshop 2: Treatment Techniques for Young Children with Disruptive Behaviour Disorders and Their Parents: An Integration of Cognitive Behaviour Therapy and Solution Focused Therapy Wim De Mey, Ghent University, Belgium

Workshop 3: Habit Disorders: Brief CBT Based on Self-control Procedures Ger Keijsers, Radboud University Nijmegen, The Netherlands

Workshop 4: Cognitive Behavioral Therapy of Insomnia Charles Morin, Université Laval, Canada

Workshop 5: Therapist Drift: Why Good People do Dumb Things, and How to Get Back on Track Glenn Waller, University of Sheffield, UK

Workshop 6 : Prise en Charge du Trouble Hyperactif Chez L’adulte Avec ou Sans déficit Atttentionnel (TDAH) Luis Vera, Centre Hospitalier Sainte-Anne, Paris, France

Workshop 7: L’Affirmation de Soi

Ahmed Souhail Bannour, Centre Hospitalo-universitaire Farhat Hached, Sousse, Tunisie Rooms will be identified on the workshop registration ticket

14.00-15.30 (Coffee will be served at the end of the session/Café sera servi en fin de séance) Symposium 16 Palais des Congrès: Salle Tichka Surviving War and Trauma: Long-Term Consequences and Internet-Delivered Treatments for PTSD Convenor: Birgit Wagner, Medical University of Leipzig, Germany Chair: Julia Müller, University Hospital Zurich, Switzerland Discussant: Birgit Wagner, Medical University of Leipzig, Germany 14:00 14:20 14:40 15:00 15:20

Therapist-supported Internet-based Psychotherapy for Post-traumatic Stress Disorder in War-traumatized Arab Patients: A Parallel Group Randomized Controlled Trial Birgit Wagner, Medical University of Leipzig, Germany Mental Health of Kosovar Children and their Parents 11 years After the War Julia Müller, University Hospital Zurich, Switzerland Predictors of Treatment Outcome in an Arabic Internet-based Psychotherapy for Post-traumatic Stress Disorders Janine Brand, Treatment Centre of Torture Victims, Germany Predictors of Treatment Outcome in an Internet-based Cognitive-behavioral Therapy for Post-traumatic Stress Disorder in Older Adults Maria Böettche, Treatment Centre of Torture Victims, Germany Discussion

Symposium 17 Palais des Congrès: Salle Siroua Interpersonal Checking As a Component of OCD and Anxiety: Understanding the Function of Assurance, Reassurance and Support Convenor: Osamu Kobori, Chiba University, Chiba, Japan Chair: Paul Salkovskis, University of Bath, UK Discussant: Mark Freeston, University of Newcastle upon Tyne, UK 14:00 14:20 14:40 15:00 15:20

TBA Paul Salkovskis, University of Bath, UK The Provocation of Reassurance Seeking Behaviour in the Laboratory Adam Radomsky, Concordia University, Canada “The Lives of Others”: Carers’ and Therapists’ Understanding of and Reaction to Reassurance Seeking in Emotional Disorders Brynjar Halldorsson, University of Bath, UK Carer’s Perception of and Reaction to Reassurance Seeking in Obsessive Compulsive Disorder Osamu Kobori, Chiba University, Japan Discussion

Symposium 18 Palais des Congrès: Salle Orangeraie New Attentional Bias Studies in Borderline Personality Disorder Convenor and Chair: Gitta Jacob, University of Freiburg, Germany 14:00 14:15 14:30 14:45 15:00

Parenting, Social Cognition and Adolescent Borderline Traits: Evidence from a Clinical Sample Carla Sharp, Houston University, USA Interpretational Bias in Borderline Personality Disorder Arnoud Arntz, Maastricht University, The Netherlands Emotion Recognition and Facial Mimicry in BPD: A Facial EMG study Gregor Domes, University of Freiburg, Germany How Do Women with Borderline Personality Disorder See Themselves? An Eye-tracking Study Gitta Jacob, University of Freiburg, Germany Attention and Emotion Recognition in Borderline Personality Disorder Simkje Sieswerda, University of Mannheim, Germany


Thursday 26th September – Afternoon Symposium 19 Palmeraie Golf Palace: Salle Diamond Recent Developments in Understanding and Treating Chronic Pain: From Fundamental Research to Novel Targets for Treatment Convenor and Chair: Ann Meulders, University of Leuven, Belgium 14:00 14:20 14:40 15:00

Pain Expectancy Bias: A Possible Pathway to Fear Overgeneralization and Avoidance in Chronic Pain? Ann Meulders, University of Leuven, Belgium Should Chronic Pain Interventions Aim More at Goal Management? Stefaan Van Damme, Ghent University, Belgium Optimizing Exposure: Emotion Regulation in the Treatment of Pain Steven Linton, Maastricht University, The Netherlands A Positive Psychology Self-help Intervention for Chronic Pain Delivered Through the Internet Madelon Peters, Maastricht University, The Netherlands

Symposium 20 Palais des Congrès: Salle Oliveraie Cognitive Behavioral Therapy for Childhood Anxiety: Beyond Textbook Cases and University Settings Convenor and Chair: Francisca van Steensel, University of Amsterdam, The Netherlands Discussant: Susan Bögels, University of Amsterdam, The Netherlands 14:00 14:20 14:40 15:00

Effectiveness of Group Cognitive–behavioral Treatment for Childhood Anxiety Disorders in Community Clinics: Benchmarking Against an Efficacy Trial at a University Clinic Hjalti Jónsson, University of Aarhus, Denmark Treatment of Children with Severe School Refusal Behavior: Seven Case Studies Mikael Thastum, University of Aarhus, Denmark Brief Intensive Modified Exposure Treatment for Multiple Interpersonal Traumatized Adolescents with PTSD and Their Parents: Two Case Studies of Adolescents With and Without Comorbid ASD. Lotte Hendriks, Radboud University Nijmegen, the Netherlands The Effectiveness of Cognitive-behavioural Therapy for Anxiety Disorders in Children and Adolescents With and Without ASD. Francisca van Steensel, University of Amsterdam, The Netherlands

Symposium 21 Palmeraie Golf Palace: Salle Coupole Menara Depression in Children and Adolescents: Evidence for Underlying Mechanisms Convenor and Chair: Caroline Braet, Ghent University, Belgium 14:00 14:30 15:00

Emotion Regulation in Children with Emotional Problems Caroline Braet, Ghent University, Belgium Depression in Early Adolescence: The Relationship Between Emotion and Inhibitory Control Laura Wante, Ghent University, Belgium Attachment Anxiety Mediates the Link Between Attachment-related Attributions and Depression in Middle childhood Eva Vandevivere, Ghent University, Belgium

Symposium 22 Palmeraie Golf Palace: Salle Opale Feeding Self Compassion As Protection Against Shame and Self-Criticism in Eating Disorders and Obesity Convenor and Chair: José Pinto-Gouveia, CINEICC, University of Coimbra, Portugal 14:00 14:15 14:30 14:45 15:00

How Body Shame Interacts with Body Image Dissatisfaction, Self-criticism and Depressive Symptoms in the Prediction of Eating Psychopathology Cristiana Duarte, CINEICC, University of Coimbra, Portugal Self-compassion in the Face of Shame in Eating Disorders Cristiana Duarte, CINEICC, University of Coimbra, Portugal Can Self-compassion Heal the Damaging Impact of Shame Memories on Eating Psychopathology? Marcela Matos, CINEICC, University of Coimbra, Portugal Struggling to Lose Weight: Impact of Shame, Self-criticism and Social Rank on Eating Psychopathology in Overweight and Obese People Cristiana Duarte, CINEICC, University of Coimbra, Portugal Psychological Flexibility and Distress Tolerance Mediates the Impact of Negative Affect on Eating Psychopathology Lara Palmeira, CINEICC – Cognitive-Behavioral Research Centre, University of Coimbra, Portugal

Symposium 23 Palais des Congrès: Salle Palmeraie Developments in Metacognitive Approaches to Understanding and Treating Psychosis Convenor: Hamish McLeod, University of Glasgow, UK Chair: Andrew Gumley, Univeristy of Glasgow, UK 14:00 14:15 14:30 14:45 15:00

The Contribution of Metacognitive Factors to the Expression of Negative Symptoms in First Episode Psychosis: Potential Implications for Psychological Interventions. Hamish McLeod, University of Glasgow, UK Attachment and Metacognition: Cognitive Interpersonal Therapy in Two Adolescent Onset Psychosis Samples Matthias Schwannauer, University of Edinburgh, UK The Narrative Recovery Style Scale: A New Measure of Coping and Compassion and its Association with Metacognition. Andrew Gumley, Univeristy of Glasgow, UK REFLEX: A Metacognitive Group Treatment to Improve Insight in Psychosis Marieke Pijnenborg, University of Groningen, The Netherlands Metacognitive Training in Schizophrenia Patients (MCT): Feasibility and Efficacy Charlotte Wittekind, University Medical Center Hamburg-Eppendorf, Germany


Thursday 26th September – Afternoon Symposium 24 Palais des Congrès: Salle Toubkal Positive Clinical Psychology Approaches to Mood Disorders Convenor and Chair: Barney Dunn, Mood Disorders Centre, Exeter, UK 14:00 14:15 14:30 14:45 15:00

The Relationship Between Mindfulness and Positive Emotion Experience Barney Dunn, Mood Disorders Centre, Exeter, UK Positive Mental Imagery and Optimism: A Possible Target for New Interventions to Promote Wellbeing. Simon Blackwell, MRC Cognition and Brain Sciences Unit, UK The Regulation of Positive Emotion in Depression Aliza Werner-Seidler, Royal Holloway University, UK Psychological Well-being Deficits in Depression Andrew MacLeod, Royal Holloway University, UK Compassion for the Self: Psychophysiological Correlates of a New Concept That Facilitates Resilience in Mood Disorders Hans Kirschner, Mood Disorders Centre, Exeter, UK

Symposium 25 Palmeraie Golf Palace: Ex Gymnasium Experiential Techniques in Cognitive Therapy Convenor and Chair: Kees Korrelboom, PsyQ Haaglanden, The Netherlands 14:00 14:30 15:00

An Overview of Experiential Techniques in CBT as an Introduction to the Symposium Kees Korrelboom, PsyQ Haaglanden, The Hague, The Netherlands Imagery Rescripting as a Stand-alone Treatment for Social Phobia: A Case Series Colin van der Heiden, PsyQ Rijnmond, Rotterdam, The Netherlands Competitive Memory Training (COMET): A Meta-analysis Mark van der Gaag, Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam, The Netherlands

Symposium 26 Palmeraie Golf Palace: Salle Amthyste CBT Training: Recent Developments in the Evaluation and Expansion of Evidence Based Training Convenor and Chair: Sheena Liness, Institute of Psychiatry & King’s College London, UK 14:00 14:15 14:30 14:45 15:00

IAPT Low Intensity CBT Training: Recent Developments and Review Rachel Newman, University College London, UK Is CBT Training Effective? An Evaluation of IAPT CBT Training Sheena Liness and Suzanne Byrne, Institute of Psychiatry and King’s College London, UK Behavioural Couples Therapy Training. Expanding the Therapeutic Focus Beyond the Individual Michael Worrell and Sarah Corrie, King’s College London & South London and Maudsley NHS Trust, UK Training and Supervision Developments in Evidence Based Psychological Therapies for Psychosis Elaine Hunter, King’s College London & South London and Maudsley NHS Trust, UK CBT First Aid: Can We Teach it and Does it Work? Nigel Sage, Beacon Centre, Guildford, UK

Symposium 27 Palmeraie Golf Palace: Salle Topaz Introduction to Mental Health and CBT in Adults with Intellectual Developmental Disabilities Convenor and Chair: John Taylor, Northumbria University and Northumberland, Tyne & Wear NHS Foundation Trust, UK 14:00 14:30 15:00

Identifying Mental Health and Emotional Disorders in People with Intellectual Disabilities Richard Hastings, Bangor University, UK Developing an Evidence Base for CBT with People with Intellectual Disabilities John Taylor, Northumbria University and Northumberland, Tyne & Wear NHS Foundation Trust, UK A Preliminary Trial of Transdiagnostic CBT for Emotional Disorders in People with Intellectual Disabilities Bill Lindsay, Universities of Abertay, Dundee and Bangor, UK

Symposium 28 Palmeraie Golf Palace: Salle Rubis Cognitive Biases in Anxiety and Depression Chair: Miguel Fullana, Universitat Autonoma de Barcelona, Barcelona 14:00 14:15 14:30 14:45 15:00

Psychometric Properties of Reaction-time Based Experimental Paradigms Measuring Anxiety-related Information Processing Biases in Children Hannah Brown, King’s College London, UK The Role of Uncertainty in Emotional Responses to Aversion: Implications for Generalized Anxiety Disorder Jessamine Chen, University of New South Wales, Australia Mapping the Cognitive Network of Depression Patrick W L Leung, The Chinese University of Hong Kong, China The Influence of Self-image on Self-focused Attention in Social Anxiety Yasemin Meral, University of Basel, Switzerland A Polymorphism in the COMT Gene is Associated with Emotional Working Memory Performance in Formerly Depressed and Nondepressed Individuals Janna Vrijsen, Radboud University Medical Centre, The Netherlands

Table Ronde 1 Palais des Congrès: Salle Roseraie Regards Croisés sur la Pratique des TCC: Entre Afrique et Europe Modérateur : Vincent Sezibera, Department of Clinical Psychology,National University of Rwanda, Rwanda Président : Amel Semchaoui, Casablanca Partcipants: Pierre Philippot, Université de Louvain, Belgique | Nadia Kadri, Centre Psychiatrique Universitaire Ibn Rochd, Casablanca, Maroc | Laila Hasmi, Centre Psychiatrique Ibn Rochd, Casablanca. Maroc


Thursday 26th September – Afternoon Special Interest Group 1 Palais des Congrès: Salle Amandier Current Treatment of Depression and Innovative Interventions in Depression-Kick-Off Meeting Special Interest Group ‘Depression’ Convenor: Claudi Bockting University of Groningen, The Netherlands Speakers: Claudi Bockting, University of Groningen The Netherlands Robert DeRubeis, University of Pennslyvania, USA Martin Hautzinger, University of Tübingen, Germany Ernst Koster, Ghent University, Belgium Antonio Pinto, Department of Mental Health, Naples, Italy

14.00 – 17.30 Poster Session 2 Therapeutic and Applied and Training Palais des Congrès Attentional Focus During Visual Exposure : The Role of Schematic Versus Non-Schematic Imagery During Exposure with Spider Phobic Vincent Dethier, Catholic University of Louvain, Louvain-La-Neuve, Belgium Dialectical Behavioural Therapy-Based Skills Training in Groups for Adults with ADHD Tatja Hirvikoski, Karolinska Institutet, Sweden Changes in Thought-Action Fusion and Inferential Confusion Scores with Cognitive-Behavioral Group Therapy for Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder Yasir Safak, Ankara DYB Research and Training Hospital, Turkey Effectiveness of a Treatment Programme for Immigrants Who Committed Gender-Based Violence Against Their Partners: A Study in Spain Javier Fernandez-Montalvo, Universidad Publica De Navarra, Spain Sexual Desire in Women with Chronic Psychosis Sylvia Mohr, Hôpitaux Universitaires De Genève, Switzerland The Effects of Training Program for Self-Management of Tics on the Social Functioning of Adolescents with Tourette Syndrome Stephanie Ouellette, University of Quebec In Montreal, Canada Attention and Control Scales Measuring Emotion Dysregulation Kersti Luuk, Department of Psychiatry, University of Tartu, Estonia The Effect ff US Deflation on Human Fear Renewal Arne Leer, Utrecht University, the Netherlands A Feasibility Study of Preventive Group Behavioral Parent Training For Mothers of Preschool Children Shin Tatsumoto, University of Miyazaki, Japan Emotion Regulation Predicts Subsequent Reduction of Depressive Symptom Severity During Treatment Anna Radkovsky, Philipps-Universität, Marburg, Germany Effectiveness of Cognitive Behavioral Psychotherapy (CBT) For Patients With Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder (OCD) in an Academic Outpatient Care Clinic Norbert Kathmann, Humboldt-Universität Zu Berlin, Germany Effectiveness of Group Cognitive-Behaviour Therapy for Social Phobia Mireia Forns, Institut de Neuropsiquiatria I Addicions, Parc De Salut Mar, Barcelona, Spain A Manual-Based Intervention Program on Emotional Openness: Results of a New Treatment Study Stéphanie Haymoz, University of Fribourg, Switzerland Self-Compassion for Trainee Therapists: An Open Trial of a Web-Based Self-Compassion Training Program Amongst Post-Graduate Psychology Trainees Amy Finlay-Jones, Curtin University, Australia Detecting and Defusing Thinking Traps - Evaluation of a Metacognitive Self-Help Approach “Mymct” for Obsessive Compulsive Disord Marit Hauschildt, University Medical Center Hamburg-Eppendorf, Germany Young Psychotherapists Today: The Impact of a Four Years Training in an Italian CBT School Petra Colombo, ASIPSE, Milano, Italy The Effect of Psychological Rigidness on the Clinical Accuracy of the Personal Meaning Questionnaire Risto Valjakka, University of Turku, Finland Improvement in Self-Concept Following CBT for Youth Anxiety Disorders Marianne Villabo, RBUP, Norway Therapeutic Competence – The Challenge to Integrate Different Points of View Christine Koddebusch, Justus Liebig University Giessen, Germany Successful Application of Emotion-Regulation Skills Predicts Depression in Individuals After Inpatient Psychotherapy Lisa Hopfinger, Philipps-University, Marburg, Germany An Appropriate Back Ground Music for a Mental Health: A Psychological Experiment of Relation Between “Relaxation Music” and “Listening Space Design:” Yasuhiro Goto, Faculty of Psychology and Applied Communication, School of Humanities, Hokusei Gakuen University The 24-Item Brief Psychiatric Rating Scale Factorial Structure and its Sensitivity in a Sample Of Outpatients With Unipolar Depression Adriano Zanello, HUG Department of Mental Health and Psychiatry. Geneva, Switzerland Which Psychotherapy Situations Confront Therapists With Their Limits? Results from a Survey with 60 Psychotherapists Eva-Lotta Brakemeier, Psychological University Berlin, Germany Cognitive Behavioral Therapy as Continuation Treatment After Electroconvulsive Therapy In Patients with Unipolar Depression Eva-Lotta Brakemeier, Psychological University Berlin, Germany Are There Changes of Beliefs and Attitudes Towards Supervision In Cogntitive Behavioural Therapy in Different Stages of CBT Training Jana Vyskocilova, Faculty of Humanities, Charles University Prague Emotion Regulation Predicts Anxiety Over a Five-Year Interval Carolin M.Wirtz, Philipps-University Marburg, Germany Contributions of Ancient Greek Philosophers to Cognitive Behavior Therapy Chrysoula Kostogiannis, Hellenic American Education Center & Hellenic American University Are There Any Differences Related to Treatment Outcomes in a Sample of Outpatient Treatment Center Depending on the Primary Drug of Abuse? Ana Vilar, INAD. Parc De Salut Mar, Spain Theory of Sabr: An Early Arabic Theory in Emotion Regulation Khalid Al Jaber, King Saud Bin Abulaziz University for Health Sciences


Thursday 26th September – Afternoon Combining Elements of Motivational Interviewing With CBT Supervision – Some Cultural Applications Iga Jaraczewska, The Polish Association of CBT, The Polish Association of Motivational Interviewing, Warsaw. Poland On the Relevance of Self-Reflection (SR) and Self-Experience (SE) in Developing Therapeutic Competencies In CBT – A Retrospective Evaluation Anton-Rupert Laireiter, Department of Psychology, University of Salzburg, Austria Spirituality, Religion and Psychosis: CBT for Delusions with Religious Contents Sylvia Mohr, Hôpitaux Universitaires De Genève, Switzerland Something Rotten in The State of Denmark? Psychotherapy and CBT-Supervision in Danish Psychiatry, Training of the Next Generation of Psychiatrists, Status and Need for Improvement Lasse M.Schmidt, Psychotherapeutic Ward F4, Psychiatric Centre Frederiksberg, Denmark Strengthening CBT-Supervision. A Quality Control Study Of Cognitive Behavioural Psychotherapy Supervision In Danish Psychiatry Lasse M.Schmidt, Psychiatric Centre Frederiksberg, Denmark An Experimental Study Of Written “Emotional Expression”: Mechanisms And Effectiveness. Lucio Sibilia, Sapienza University of Roma, Italy Core Beliefs as Starting Points Across Different Diagnoses in Cognitive Behavior Therapy Wolfgang Strauss, Psychiatric Clinic of the University of Duesseldorf, Germany Guidelines for Training in Intercultural Psychotherapy Ulrike Von Lersner, Humboldt University of Berlin, Germany Therapist Competence And Treatment Outcome In Cognitive Therapy For Social Phobia Denise M. Ginzburg, J.W. Goethe Universität Frankfurt, Germany Hypnosis: There’s an App For That. A Systematic Review ff Hypnosis Apps Madalina Sucala, Babes-Bolyai University, Rumania The Multilevel Motivational System – Questionnaire Tamburello Stella, Università Europea Di Roma - Istituto Skinner, Italy Design, Development, and Case Series of a Novel Transdiagnostic Treatment for Adult Unipolar Mood and Anxiety Disorders: The Modular Protocol for Mental Health (MP:MH) Jill Newby, Clinical Research Unit for Anxiety and Depression (Crufad) The Implementation of the Unified Protocol Overseas: The Israeli Example Isaschar Eshet, Private Practice Individual Characteristics and Therapist Preferences Aurora Szentagotai, Babes-Bolyai University, Cluj-Napoca, Rumania Generalization of The Effect of Attentional Bias Modification Yuki Nishiguchi, The University of Tokyo, Japan Choosing or Combining Between C.B.T., E.M.D.R., and Biofeedback, in the Treatment of Various Traumatic States Tamar Dagan, The Rolnick Centre, Israel Effectiveness of a Combined Treatment in Outpatients with Substance Abuse Monica Astals, Institut Neuropsiquiatria I Addiccions Change of Cogntitive Behavioural Therapy Knowledge After a CBT Workshop Ahmad Alhadi, King Saud University, Saudi Arabia Negative Effects of Psychotherapy in an Inpatient Facility: Prevalence and Correlates Inga Ladwig, Philipps University Marburg, Germany

16.00 – 17.20 Symposium 29 Palais des Congrès: Salle Siroua Beyond CBT: Treatment of (Poor Insight) OCD Convenor: Henny Visser, GGZ Centraal, , The Netherlands Chair: Patricia van Oppen, GGZ InGeest and VU University Medical Centre Amsterdam, The Netherlands 16:00 16:20 16:40 17:00

The Inference Based Approach to Treating Obsessive Compulsive Disorder with Poor Insight: The Treatment Model Henny Visser, GGZ Centraal, The Netherlands The Effectiveness of the Inference Based Approach to Treating Obsessive Compulsive Disorder with Poor Insight: Results of a Randomized Controlled Multicentre Trial Henny Visser, GGZ Centraal, The Netherlands Cognitive Therapy versus Fluvoxamine as a Second-Step Treatment in Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder Nonresponsive to First-Step Behavior Therapy Patricia van Oppen, GGZ InGeest and VU University Medical Centre Amsterdam, The Netherlands Enhancing Treatment of OCD Using Home Videos; (How) Does it Work? Hanneke Du Mortier, GGZ InGeest, The Netherlands

Symposium 30 Palais des Congrès: Salle Orangeraie Cognitive Bias Modification - Interpretation: Current Findings and Future Perspectives Convenor and Chair: Marcella Woud, Radboud University Nijmegen, The Netherlands Discussant: Eva de Hullu, Open University of the Netherlands, The Netherlands 16:00 16:15 16:30 16:45 17:00

Assessment and Modification of Alcohol-related Interpretation Biases in a Student Sample. Marcella Woud, Radboud University Nijmegen, The Netherlands Applying an Adapted Version of the WSAP-D to Modify Interpretation Bias in an Unselected Sample. Martin Moebius, Radboud University Nijmegen, The Netherlands Modifying Interpretation in a Clinically Depressed Sample Using CBM-Errors: A Double Blind Randomised Controlled Trial. Sinem Tekes, Institute of Psychiatry, King’s College London, UK Imagination Then Reason in the Treatment of Depression: A Randomized Controlled Trial of Combined Internet-delivered Cognitive Bias Modification and Cognitive Behaviour Therapy for Depression. Simon Blackwell, MRC Cognition and Brain Sciences Unit, UK Discussion


Thursday 26th September – Afternoon Symposium 31 Palmeraie Golf Palace: Salle Coupole Menara Cognitive Aspects of Rumination Convenor: Ernst Koster, Ghent University, Belgium Chair: Nilly Mor, Hebrew University of Jerusalem, Israel Discussant: Eva Gilboa-Shechtman, Bar Ilan University, Israel 16:00 16:15 16 :30 16:45 17:00

The Momentary Ruminative Self-focus Inventory (MRSI): Validation and Psychometric Evaluation Ernst Koster, Ghent University, Belgium Reappraisal and the Ability to Inhibit Negative Information: The Moderating Effect of Brooding Nilly Mor, Hebrew University of Jerusalem, Israel Combined Ambulatory Assessment and fMRI to Study Depressive Rumination Combined Ambulatory Assessment and fMRI to Study Depressive Rumination Christine Kuehner, Heidelberg University, Germany Rumination, Executive Functioning and Depression in the Elderly Pierre Philippot, Université Catholique de Louvain, Belgium Discussion

Symposium 32 Palais des Congrès: Salle Oliveraie Nonsuicidal Self Injury: A New Diagnosis in DSM-Five Convenor & Chair: Tina In-Albon, Universitaet Koblenz-Landau, Germany 16:00 16:15 16:30 16:45 17:00

NSSI as Worldwide Phenomenon? Paul Plener, University of Ulm, Germany Proposed Diagnostic Criteria for the DSM-5 of Non-Suicidal-Self-Injury in Female Adolescents: Diagnostic and Clinical Correlates Claudia Ruf, University of Ulm, Germany “I’ve Seen Parts of Her Life That Nobody Else Has Seen“: An Exploration into the Impact of Self-harm Upon Friendship Hannah Heath, University of Bath, UK Familial Relationships of Adolescents with NSSI Tina In-Albon, Universitaet Koblenz-Landau, Germany Association of Training on Attitudes Towards Self-injuring Clients Across Health Professionals Laurence Claes, University of Leuven, Belgium

Symposium 33 Palais des Congrès: Salle Toubkal Self-practice of CBT and Self-Reflection: Its Value for Training CBT Therapists in a Variety of Contexts Convenor and Chair: James Bennett-Levy, University of Sydney, Australia 16:00 16:20 16:40 17:00

Retrospect and Prospect: Anticipating the Teenage Years of Self-Practice/Self-Reflection (SP/SR) James Bennett-Levy, University of Sydney, Australia Designing an SP/SR programme: Keeping its Essence While Fitting to Context Mark Freeston, Newcastle University and Newcastle Cognitive and Behavioural Therapies Centre, UK Adapting Self-Practice/ Self-Reflection Programs for Psychological Wellbeing Practitioners Richard Thwaite, Massey University, New Zealand Cultural Competency: The Role of Self-practice/Self-reflection Beverley Haarhoff, Massey University, New Zealand

Symposium 34 Palmeraie Golf Palace: Salle Diamond Bull’s eye? Effectiveness, Predictors of Relapse, and Mechanisms of Change in Psychotherapy for Depression Convenor and Chair: Marcus Huibers, VU University Amsterdam, The Netherlands Discussant: Claudi Bockting, University of Groningen, The Netherlands 16:00 16:15 16:30 16:45 17:00

Cognitive Reactivity: Predictor of Relapse and Potential Working Mechanism of Preventive CT? Gerard van Rijsbergen, University of Groningen, The Netherlands Effectiveness and Mechanisms of Change of Cognitive Therapy vs. Interpersonal Psychotherapy for Depression: Results of a Randomized Clinical Trial Lotte Lemmens, Maastricht University, The Netherlands Potential Pathways to Relapse in Depression: The Role of Childhood Adversity and Later Life Stress Gemma Kok, University of Groningen, The Netherlands Schema Therapy for Chronic Depression Fritz Renner, Maastricht University, The Netherlands Discussion

Symposium 35 Palais des Congrès: Salle Palmeraie Interventions in Chronic and Recurrent Depression: Mindfulness, Maintenance Therapy and CBASP Chair: Craig Steele, University of Reading, UK 16:00 16:15 16:30 16.45 17.00

Contingent Self-esteem and Mindfulness Arjan Bos, Open University of the Netherlands, The Netherlands Mindfulness Training Increases Momentary Positive Emotions and Reward Experience in Adults Vulnerable to Depression. A Randomized Controlled Trial. Nicole Geschwind, Maastricht University, the Netherlands A Case Series Studying Intensive Psychotherapy for Chronic Depression: Patient Characteristics and Clinical Outcomes Associated with 6 months of Cognitive Behavioural Analysis System of Psychotherapy (CBASP) Robert MacVicar, UK Mindfulness-Based Cognitive Therapy (MBCT) Reduces the Tendency to Elaborate Self-Discrepant Information in Chronically Depressed Patients Thorsten Barnhofer, Freie Universitaet Berlin, Germany Prevention of Relapse in Recurrent Depression: Short-term and Long-term Outcome of a Randomized Controlled Trial Comparing Cognitive Maintenance Therapy with Manualized Psychoeducation Ulrich Stangier, University of Frankfurt, Germany


Thursday 26th September – Afternoon Symposium 36 Palmeraie Golf Palace: Salle Amthyste Widening Access to Effective Interventions Chair: Congress Scientific Committee 16:00 16:15 16:30 16:45 17:00

Behavioural Activation for Depression Delivered by Non specialists. Results from a Meta Analysis and Pilot Randomised Controlled Trial of Clinical and Cost Effectiveness and Design of COBRA (Cost Effectiveness of Behavioural Activation) Multi Centre RCT David Ekers, Durham University, UK Understanding Poor Help-seeking for Depression: The Role of Identity, Health Beliefs, and Attitudes to Treatment Caroline Farmer, University of Exeter, UK Examining the Five Areas Approach as an Unguided Self-help Intervention for Depression Katie Hanson, University of Sheffield, UK A Randomized Controlled Trial of Blues Begone a Stand-alone cCBT Program David Purves, Berkshire Psychology Service, UK Perceived Acceptability and Feasibility of Time-Intensive CBT from the Perspectives of the Service User and Therapist. Josie Millar, University of Bath, UK

Symposium 37 Palmeraie Golf Palace: Ex Gymnasium Predicting Anxiety: Stress, Self and Culture Chair: Congress Scientific Committee 16:00 16:20

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Early Maladaptive Schemas as Predictors of Depressive and Social Anxiety Symptoms in Adolescents: Examining the Role of Stressors Esther Calvete, University of Deusto, Spain Usefulness of the Strengths and Difficulties Questionnaire to Screen for Future Psychiatric Disorders in a Community Sample of Adolescents Nicole Gunther, Open University of The Netherlands; South Limburg Mental Health Research and Teaching Network, EURON, Maastricht University, The Netherlands Culture Aspects in Social Anxiety Disorder Among Ethiopian and Former USSR Immigrants to Israel Sofi Marom, Geha Mental Health Center, Israel Anxiety Symptoms Among Adolescents in Pakistan: Implication for Prevention Cecilia Essau, University of Roehampton, UK

Symposium 38 Palais des Congrès: Salle Amandier Stepped Care and Internet Treatment of Social Anxiety, Panic, Emetophobia and Insomnia Chair: Kristoffer NT Mansson, Umea University, Sweden 16:00 16:15 16:30 16:45 17.00

Online Treatment of Emetophobia (Fear of Vomiting) Mark Boschen, Griffith University, Australia Stepped Care and Face-to-Face CBT for Panic Disorder and Social Anxiety Disorder. Predictors of Outcome and Dropout. Results from an Effectiveness Study. Thomas Haug, University of Bergen, Norway E-mail support Improves the Effectiveness of Internet-delivered Self-help Treatment for Insomnia: A Randomized Trial Jaap Lancee, University of Amsterdam, The Netherlands Social Anxiety Internet Therapy: A New State-of-the-art Treatment? Richard Stott, Insitute of Psychiatry, Kings College London, UK Effectiveness of Computer-Aided Cognitive-Behavioural Treatments for Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder: A Meta Analysis. Andrea Pozza, Miller Institute for Behavioural and Cognitive Therapies, Italy

Symposium 39 Palmeraie Golf Palace: Salle Opale Emotion and Behaviour in the Eating Disorders Chair: Congress Scientific Committee 16:00 16:20 16:40 17:00

Changes in Behavioral Impulsivity Following Food Restoration in Eating Disorder Patients Kirsti Akkermann, University of Tartu, Estonia Binge Eating, Depressive Mood and Executive Functioning: An Experimental Study Alexandra Dingemans, Center for Eating Disorders Ursula, The Netherlands An Internet-based Program to Enhance Motivation to Change in Females with Symptoms of an Eating disorder: A Randomized-controlled Trial Katrin Hötzel, Ruhr-Universität Bochum, Germany Insecure Attachment and Eating Pathology in Early Adolescence: Role of Emotion Regulation? Kim Van Durme, Ghent University, Belgium

Symposium 40 Palais des Congrès: Salle Roseraie Prise en Charge des Dépendances et du TAG, Personnalité des Joueurs en Ligne Chair: Martine Bouvard, Université de Savoie, France 16:00 16:20 16:40 17:00

Evolution du Trouble Anxieux Généralisé et de Son Traitement: Intégration de Nouvelles Approches Françoise Riquier, Cabinet libéral, Lausanne, Suisse Aide du Modèle Cognitivo-comportemental dans le Travail de Deuil vis-à-vis d’un Produit Philippe Mason and Christine Davidson, MD Consultation, Genève, Suisse Intégration d’un Modèle de Soins d’origine Cognitivo Comportementale Dans les équipes Hospitalières Spécialisées en Addiction Philippe Mason et Christine Davidson, MD Consultation, Genève, Suisse Etude de la Personnalité Spécifique des Joueurs Pathologiques en Ligne Emilie Ducroz and Christine Davidson, MD Consultation, Genève, Suisse


Thursday 26th September – Afternoon Panel Discussion 1 Palais des Congrès: Salle Tichka A Multidisciplinary Approach to Conflict Resolution: The Contribution of the CBT Convenor and Chair: Mauro Galluccio, EANAM, School of Advanced International Studies, Johns Hopkins University, USA Discusant: Paul Gilbert, Unversity of Derby Panel Members: Mauro Galluccio, EANAM, School of Advanced International Studies, Johns Hopkins University, USA Aimee Karam, St. George Hospital University Medical Center, Beirut, Lebanon

Panel Discussion 2 Palmeraie Golf Palace: Salle Topaz Clp: Classifying Psychotherapy Procedures Convenor: Mehmet Sungur, Medical School of Marmara University, Turkey Chair: Stefania Borgo, Centre for Research in Psychotherapy, Italy Panel Members: Mehmet Sungur, Medical School of Marmara University, Turkey Lucio Sibilia, Sapienza University, Italy

Special Interest Group 2 Palmeraie Golf Palace: Salle Rubis Challenges and Strategies in the Treatment of Psychosis: from Standard Cbt Protocols to the Mindfulness Approach Convenor: Antonio Pinto, Department of Mental Health, Naples,Italy Speakers: Antonio Pinto, Department of Mental Health, Naples, Italy Others speakers to be confirmed

17.30 – 18.30

Keynote Speakers Palais des Congrès: Salle Siroua

Schema Therapy for Personality Disorders Professor Arnoud Arntz, Maastricht University, Netherlands Chair: Miguel Fullana, Universitat Autonoma de Barcelona, Barcelona, Spain Palais des Congrès: Salle Tichka

What Keeps Worry Going? Cognitive Processes That Maintain Generalised Anxiety Disorder Dr. Colette Hirsch, King’s College, London, UK Chair: Rob Dudley, University of Newcastle, UK Palais des Congrès: Salle Toubkal

Short Term Therapy, Long Term Success: Optimizing Psychological Treatments Professor Jurgen Margraf, Ruhr-University of Bochum, Germany Chair: Ulrike Willutzki, Ruhr University Bochum, Germany Palais des Congrès: Salle Oliveraie

Mindfulness in Families and Executive Functioning Professor Susan Bogels, University of Amsterdam, Netherlands Chair: Shirley Reynolds, University of Reading, UK


Friday 27th September – Morning 8.30 – 11.30 In-Congress Workshops (See page 10) Coffee will be served at 10.00

Workshop 8: Positive CBT: From Reducing Distress to Building Success Fredrike Bannink, Private Practice, Amsterdam Workshop 9: Delivering Culturally Sensitive CBT Shanaya Rathod, Southern Health NHS Foundation Trust and Nusrat Husain, University of Manchester, UK Workshop 10: Facilitating the Competence of Others: Improving your Effectiveness as a CBT Supervisor Sarah Corrie and Michael Worrell, Central and North West London NHS Foundation Trust, UK Workshop 11: Cognitive-Behavioural Therapy for the Unemployed Robert Leahy, American Institute for Cognitive Therapy, New York City, USA Workshop 12: CBT and Pain: Treating Chronic Pain: A Modern Behavioral Approach to Pain and Emotional Distress Steve Linton, Orebro University, Sweden Workshop 13: Treatment of OCD: New Approaches to Old Challenges Christine Purdon, University of Waterloo, Canada

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Workshop 14: Buried in Treasures: Cognitive-Behavioural Therapy for Hoarding Disorder David Tolin, The Institute of Living, Connecticut, USA Workshop 15: Les Phobies Sociales Serge Gozlan, CHU Brugman, Bruxelles, Belgique Workshop 16: Addiction A l’Internet / Addiction Comportementale Charly Cungy, Association Suisse de Psychothérapie Cognitive, Geneva, Swisse Rooms will be identified on the workshop registration ticket

09.00 – 11.15 Symposium 41 Palais des Congrès: Salle Palmeraie Predictors of Outcome and Treatment Selection in Cognitive Therapy and Other Treatments for Depression Chair: Marcus Huibers, VU University Amsterdam, The Netherlands 09:00 09:30 10:00 10:30 11:00

Differential Predictors of Response to Cognitive Therapy to Prevent Relapse and Recurrence in Depressed Patients Claudi Bockting, University of Groningen, The Netherlands Predicting Response to Cognitive Therapy, Interpersonal Therapy, and Antidepressant Medication for Major Depression: A Pragmatic Trial in Routine Practice Marcus Huibers, VU University Amsterdam, The Netherlands Coffee Novel Methods for Identifying and Utilizing Moderator Variables to Improve Clinical Outcomes Robert DeRubeis, University of Pennslyvania, USA Discussion

Symposium 42 Palmeraie Golf Palace: Salle Opale An Update on the Latest Research in Body Dysmorphic Disorder (BDD) Convenor and Chair: Fugen Neziroglu, Bio Behavioral Institute, USA 09:00 09:20 09:40 10:00 10:30 10:50

Body Dysmorphic Disorder in Children With and Without Comorbid Psychiatric Disorders in Argentina Tania Borda, Argentinian National Research Council (CONICET), Argentina Social Cognition Among Individuals With Body Dysmorphic Disorder, Social Anxiety Disorder, and Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder Ulrike Buhlmann and Isabel Dziobek, Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin; Freie Universität Berlin Self-Consciousness, Emotions and Disgust in BDD, OCD, and Non-Clinical Controls Fugen Neziroglu, Bio Behavioral Institute, USA Coffee A Randomised Controlled Trial of CBT vs Anxiety Management in BDD David Veale, King’s College London, UK Cut the Crap: What Are the Effects of Cosmetic Surgery on Body Image Distortion? Sandra Mulkens, Maastricht University, The Netherlands


Friday 27th September – Morning Symposium 43 Palais des Congrès: Salle Tichka Autobiographical Memory Processes as a Target for Therapeutic Change in PTSD and Depression Convenor: Aliza Werner-Seidler, MRC Cognition and Brain Sciences Unit, UK Chair: Tim Dalgleish, MRC Cognition and Brain Sciences Unit, UK 09:00 09:20 09:40 10:00 10:30

A Novel Decentering and Perspective Broadening Training Intervention for Recurrent Depression Emma Hill, MRC Cognition and Brain Sciences Unit, UK The Method-of-Loci Technique Enhances Recollection of Positive and Self-Affirming Memories in Depression Aliza Werner-Seidler, MRC Cognition and Brain Sciences Unit, UK Memory Specificity Training: An Intervention Translated From Basic Science and its Preliminary Outcome Data in Depression and PTSD Tim Dalgleish, MRC Cognition and Brain Sciences Unit, UK Coffee The Nature of Trauma Memory Processing in Children with PTSD Anna McKinnon, MRC Cognition and Brain Sciences Unit, UK

Symposium 44 Palais des Congrès: Salle Siroua Repetitive Negative Thinking Across Disorders and Development Convenor and Chair: Robert Dudley, Newcastle University, UK 09.00 09:10 09:35 10:00 10:30 10:55

Introduction What is the Problem With Worry? Worry Promotes Attention to Threat Collette Hirsch, Institute of Psychiatry, UK The Paradox of Avoidance in Worry: Those Who Worry More, Avoid More (in Various Different Ways) and Report That it Works Better... Mark Freeston, Newcastle University, UK Coffee Epidemiological, Experimental, and Treatment Studies of Worry in Paranoia Daniel Freeman, Newcastle University, UK Rumination, Safety Behaviours and Paranoia Robert Dudley, Newcastle University, UK

Symposium 45 Palmeraie Golf Palace: Salle Diamond CBT for Chronic Fatigue Syndrome: New Treatment Options and Mechanisms of Change Convenor: Hans Knoop, Radboud University Nijmegen Medical Centre, The Netherlands Chair: Trudie Chalder, King’s College London, UK 09:00 09:20 09:40 10:00 10:30 10:50

Is Cognitive Behaviour Therapy for Patients with Chronic Fatigue Syndrome Also Effective as Group Therapy? Jan Wiborg, Radboud University Nijmegen Medical Centre, The Netherlands Guided Self-Instructions for Idiopathic Chronic Fatigue Anthonie Janse, Radboud University Nijmegen Medical Centre, The Netherlands Mechanisms of Change Underlying the Efficacy of Cognitive Behaviour Therapy for Chronic Fatigue Syndrome in a Specialist Clinic Trudie Chalder, King’s College London, UK Coffee The Role of the Therapeutic Relationship in Cognitive Behaviour Therapy for Chronic Fatigue Syndrome Hans Knoop, Radboud University Nijmegen Medical Centre, The Netherlands Are The Mediators of the Effect of Cognitive Behaviour Therapy for Chronic Fatigue Syndrome the Same for Fatigue and Pain? Lotte Bloot, Radboud University Nijmegen Medical Centre, The Netherlands

Symposium 46 Palmeraie Golf Palace: Salle Amthyste Mechanisms of Adaptation to Mass Violence and Conflict: Implications for CBT Convenor: Richard Bryant, University of New South Wales, Australia 09:00 09:20 09:40 10:00 10:30

Quality of Life of Children and Adolescents Ten Years After the Kosovo War Naser Morina, University of Zurich, Switzerland Migration and Aggressive Behavior in Children of Traumatized Parents Julia Muller, University of Zurich, Switzerland Processes Relating to Psychological Distress Following the Balkans War: Role of Interpersonal Sensitivity and Hostility Angela Nickerson, University of New South Wales, Australia Coffee Understand and Treating Posttraumatic Stress in Islam Contexts Richard Bryant, University of New South Wales, Australia

Symposium 47 Palais des Congrès: Salle Oliveraie Anxiety Disorders in Children: a Second Generation of Basic Research Convenor and Chair: Silvia Schneider, Ruhr-Universität Bochum, Germany 09:00 09:20 09:40 10:00 10:30

Differential Effects of Paternal and Maternal Behavior on Infant Anxiety on the Visual Cliff: A Social Referencing Study Eline Möller, University of Amsterdam, the Netherlands Infants’ Processing of Emotion as a Function of Parents’ Emotional Expressions of Emotion in Daily Life Evin Aktar, University of Amsterdam, the Netherlands Predicting Response to Cognitive Behavior Therapy for Childhood Anxiety: Genetic Demographic and Clinical Factors Kathryn Lester, King’s College London, UK Coffee Gene-Environment Interactions in CBT with Children: An Experimental Approach to Therapygenetics Cornelia Mohr, Ruhr-Universität Bochum, Germany


Friday 27th September – Morning Symposium 48 Palais des Congrès: Salle Amandier Social Ranking, Emotion Regulation Processes and Psychopathology in Childhood and Adolescence Convenor: Paula Castilho, CINEICC – Cognitive-Behavioral Research Centre, University of Coimbra, Portugal Chair: Célia Barreto, CINEICC – Cognitive-Behavioral Research Centre, University of Azores, Portugal 09:00 09:20 09:40 10:00 10:30 10:50

Uncovering the Processes Involved in Self-harm use Among Azorean Adolescents Paula Castilho, CINEICC – Cognitive-Behavioral Research Centre, University of Coimbra, Portugal Risk-taking and Self-harm Behaviours in Adolescence: The Impact of Childhood Experiences, Negative Affect and Fears of Compassion Ana Xavier, CINEICC – Cognitive-Behavioral Research Centre, University of Coimbra, Portugal Can Shame and Self-criticism Mediate the Relationship Between Early Memories of Warmth and Safeness and Adolescents’ Paranoid Beliefs? Célia Barreto, CINEICC – Cognitive-Behavioral Research Centre, University of Coimbra, Portugal Coffee The Transgenerational Effect of Parental Negative Socialisation Practices on Shame, Guilt-proneness and Psychopathology. Lara Palmeira, CINEICC – Cognitive-Behavioral Research Centre, University of Coimbra, Portugal The Contribution of Cognitive Emotion Regulation Strategies in the Relationship Between Prior Trauma Experiences and Depressive Symptoms in Adolescence. Sónia Cherpe, CINEICC – Cognitive-Behavioral Research Centre, University of Coimbra, Portugal

Symposium 49 Palais des Congrès: Salle Toubkal Having it All? Balancing Transdiagnostic and Specific Interventions and Processes in Cognitive Behaviour Therapy Convenor: Brynjar Halldorsson, University of Bath, UK Chair: Paul Salkovskis, University of Bath, UK Discussant: Jon Sigurdsson, Faculty of Medicine, University of Iceland, Iceland 09:00 09:15 09:30 09:45 10:00 10:20 10:35 11:50 11.05

Thinking About the Importance of Diagnosis: Transdiagnostic, Pan-Diagnostic or Diagnosis Specific? Paul Salkovskis, University of Bath, UK Mechanisms and Their Results: Transdiagnostic Processes and Products Petur Tyrfingsson, Landspitali - The National University Hospital of Iceland, Iceland Distinctive Reactions or Final Common Pathway? Are We Being Fooled By Reassurance? Brynjar Halldorsson, University of Bath, UK Behaviour, Cognition and the Theoretical Problems of Safety-Seeking Behaviours Thordur Arnarson, Landspitali - The National University Hospital of Iceland, Iceland Coffee The Icelandic Transdiagnostic CBT Group Therapy For Mood and Anxiety Disorders, Its Development and Treatment Outcome Hafrun Kristjansdottir, Landspitali - The National University Hospital of Iceland, Iceland; Reykjavik University, Iceland Non-Diagnosis Specifics, But Probably Treatment Relevant: Cognitive Flexibility in Common Mental Health Problems Hjalti Jonsson, Department of Psychology and Behavioural Sciences, University of Aarhus, Denmark; Psychiatric Hospital, Aarhus University Hospital Risskov, Denmark How Far Can We Stretch It? Transdiagnostic Issues in Psychosis Baldur Sigurdsson, Landspitali - The National University Hospital of Iceland, Iceland Discussion

Symposium 50 Palmeraie Golf Palace: Salle Topaz Recent Developments in Cognitive-Behavior Therapy for Pediatric Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder Convenor & Chair: Per Hove Thomsen, Aarhus University Hospital, Centre for Child & Adolescent Psychiatry, Risskov, Denmark 09:00 09:20 09:40 10:00 10:30 10.50

The Nordic Long-term OCD Treatment Study (Nord LOTS) Design and Methods Per Hove Thomsen, Aarhus University Hospital, Centre for Child and Adolescent Psychiatry, Risskov, Denmark Exposure and Response Prevention Therapy as the First Choice of Treatment for Children and Adolescent in Nord LOTS Kitty Dahl, Centre for Child and Adolescent Mental Health, Eastern and Southern, Oslo, Norway The Effectiveness of CBT for Pediatric OCD Nor Christian Torp, Aarhus University Hospital, Centre for Child and Adolescent Psychiatry, Risskov, Denmark Coffee Neuro- and Metacognitive Markers and Predictors of Treatment Response in Childhood OCD Katja Anna Hybel, Aarhus University Hospital, Centre for Child and Adolescent Psychiatry, Risskov, Denmark CBT for Pediatric Patients with Autism Spectrum Disorder and OCD Bernhard Weidle, St. Olav’s University Hospital and University of Science and Technology (NTNU), Trondheim, Norway

Symposium 51 Palmeraie Golf Palace: Salle Coupole Menara Moderators of D- Cycloserine Enhancement of Exposure Therapy in Anxiety Disorders Convenor: Rianne de Kleine, Overwaal, Centre for Anxiety Disorders / Radboud University Nijmegen, the Netherlands Discussant: Agnes Van Minnen, Overwaal, Centre for Anxiety Disorders / Radboud University Nijmegen, the Netherlands 09:00 09:20 09:40 10:00 10:30 10:50

D-cycloserine Enhancement of Exposure Therapy in Anxiety Disorders: An Overview Agnes Van Minnen, Overwaal, Centre for Anxiety Disorders / Radboud University Nijmegen, Radboud University Nijmegen D-cycloserine Addition to Exposure Sessions in the Treatment of Obsessive-compulsive Disorder Aart de Leeuw, GGZ Centraal, the Netherlands D-Cycloserine Augmentation of Cognitive Behavioral Therapy of Social Anxiety Disorder: Prognostic and Prescriptive Variables Jasper Smits, Southern Methodist University, Texas, USA Coffee Prognostic and Prescriptive Variables of D-cycloserine Enhancement of Exposure Therapy in Posttraumatic Stress Disorder Rianne de Kleine, affiliation to be confirmed, the Netherlands Augmentation of Exposure Therapy with Post-session Administration of D-cycloserine Jasper Smits, Southern Methodist University, Texas, USA


Friday 27th September – Morning Symposium 52 Palmeraie Golf Palace: Ex Gymnasium CBT for Distressing Voices: The State of the Art Convenor & Chair: Mark Hayward, University of Sussex, UK 09:00 09:20 09:40 10:00 10:30

Group Person Based Cognitive Therapy for Distressing Voices: Effectiveness and Participant Experiences Clara Strauss, Sussex Partnership NHS Foundation Trust, UK Acceptance and Commitment Therapy for Medication-resistant Psychosis: Effects on Voices in the Lifengage Randomised Controlled Trial Neil Thomas, University of Glasgow, UK Cognitive Therapy for Command Hallucinations Sandra Bucci, University of Manchester, UK Coffee Competitive Memory Training in Treating Depression in Schizophrenia Spectrum Patients with Persistent Auditory Hallucinations. Mark van der Gaag, Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam, The Netherlands

Symposium 53 Palmeraie Golf Palace: Salle Rubis Inner Experiences Across Disorders: Appraisals and Safety Behaviours Chair: Miguel Fullana, Universitat Autonoma de Barcelona, Barcelona 09:00 09:20 09:40 10:00 10:30

Thought Suppression: The Impact of Relevant Cues Upon Intrusion Frequency of Obsessions During Suppression Attempts Mark Boschen, Griffith University, Australia The Other Side of Rumination: Reflective Pondering as a Strategy for Regulating Emotions in Social Situations Silviu Matu, Babes-Bolyai University, Rumania Cognitive Processes in Depersonalisation Disorder Elaine Hunter, South London & Maudsley NHS Trust and Institute of Psychiatry, UK Coffee Videoconferencing Treatment of Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder: Preliminary Findings from a Controlled Trial. Patrick A. Vogel, Norwegian University of Science and Technology, Norway

Symposium 54 Palais des Congrès: Salle Roseraie La Mise en Place d’un Réseau Francophone de Psychéducation TCC pour Patients Bipolaires Chair: Christine Mirabel-Sarron, Université Paris V René Descartes, Centre Hospitalier Sainte Anne, Paris, France 9 :00 9 :30 10:00 10:30

Intérêt de la Thérapie Cognitive et Comportementale dans la Prise en Charge du Trouble Bipolaire: Revue de la Littérature. Christine Mirabel Sarron, C.M.M.E., Université Paris V René Descartes, Centre Hospitalier Sainte Anne, Paris, France Thérapie Cognitive Comportementale de Groupe du Trouble Bipolaire. Expérience Marocaine Nadia Kadri, Laila Hasmi, Siham Eddahbi. Centre Psychiatrique Universitaire Ibn Rochd, Casablanca, Maroc Pause café Mise en Place d’un Programme de Groupe Intégré D’éducation Thérapeutique du Patient et de Thérapie Cognitive et Comportementale. Fanny Moliere, Hôpital Lapeyronie, Service Psychologie Médicale, Montpellier, France

Symposium 55 Palais des Congrès: Salle Orangeraie Tous à Bord du Trans-Canada Express

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Chair: Martin D. Provencher, Université Laval, Canada 09:00 09:20 09:40 10:00 10:30

Comment Mieux Tirer Profit de la Réalité Virtuelle en TCC? Études Cliniques, Processus et Opportunités à Venir pour les Troubles D’anxiété. Stéphane Bouchard, Université du Québec en Outaouais, Canada Nouveau Regard sur le Raisonnement et les Troubles Obsessionnels Compulsifs Kieron P. O’Connor, Université de Montréal, Canada Approches Thérapeutiques Combinées de l’insomnie Chronique: Valeur Ajoutée de la Médication? Charles Morin, Université Laval, Canada Coffee Les Troubles Anxieux Comorbides aux Troubles Bipolaires dans une Population Canadienne : Prévalence, Impact et Traitement Martin D. Provencher, Université Laval, Canada

9.30 – 13.00 Poster Session 3 Adult Mental Health (Part 1) and Psychosis Palais des Congrès Group Cognitive Behavioural Treatment for Interpersonal Effectiveness: A Study of Women in a Secure Psychiatric Setting Clive Long, St Andrew’s Healthcare, UK An Analysis of the Structure, Psychometric Properties and Gender Differences of the Looming Cognitive Style Questionnaire in Spanish Young Adults. Zahira González-Díez, University of Deusto, Spain Distress of the Caregiver in Acquired Brain Injury: Positive Aspects of Care Moderate the Impact of Sequels Elena López de Arroyabe, University of Deusto, Spain Burnout and Aggression: A Study in Residential Aged Care Facilities Paola Dadà, Istituto Miller, Italy Resilience: What Strategies Do People Use? Philipp Victor, Ruhr University Bochum, Germany Adverse Events and Emotion Regulation in At-Risk Population: A Cross-Sectional Study of Police Applicants Carina Soares, University of Geneva, Switzerland Are There Differences in Personal and Social Functioning According to Main Diagnosis? Teresa Sarmineto, Hospital de Mollet, Barcelona, Spain


Friday 27th September – Morning Domains of Disgust and Symptoms of Eating Disorders Rosa M. Valiente, Universidad Nacional de Educación a Distancia (UNED), Spain Parental Sense of Competence, Parental Stress and Received Social Support by Mothers of Children with Special Needs. Guna Geikina, University of Latvia, Latvia Relationships at Work: An Antidote oo Job Stress – Brazilian Perspective Ana Maria Rossi, International Stress Management Association, Brazil Early Maladaptive Schemas and the Big Five Personality Domains Gregoris Simos, Department of Educational and Social Policy, University of Macedonia, Thessaloniki, GREECE CBT in Palestine Samah Jabr, Birzeit University, Palestine Intercultural Comparison of the Assessment of Social Support: Application of a Revised Version of the Social Support Questionnaire in Germany, China and Russia Saskia Scholten, Ruhr-Universität Bochum, Germany Personality Traits : Association With Psychiatric Disorders, Treatment Features and Costs Romina Cortizo Vida, Instituto de Neuropsiquiatria y Adicciones.INAD, Spain Combining Physical Exercise with Guided Self-Help – A Feasibility Study Anders Hovland, Solli District Psychiatric Centre (DPS) and Department of Clinical Psychology, University of Bergen, Norway School Absenteeism in Germany: An Online Survey via Social Networks Verena Pflug, Clinical Child and Adolescent Psychology, Ruhr-Universität Bochum, Germany ‘I Am Not A Depressed Person’ – A Qualitative Analysis of Depressed Individuals’ Decisions yo Seek Treatment Caroline Farmer, University of Exeter, UK Who Seeks Treatment for Depression? A Longitudinal Analysis of Factors that Predict Treatment Seeking for Depression Caroline Farmer, University of Exeter, UK Cognitive Behaviour Group Therapy for Men Voluntary Seeking Help for Intimate Partner Violence Stig Jarwson, St. Olav’s Hospital, Research Centre Brøset, Norway Predictors of Retention to Psychotherapy In A Sample Of Substance Use Dependent Patients of an Outpatient Drug Abuse Treatment Center Eduard Forcadell, INAD, Spain Affective Styles in a Clinical Population Christina Totzeck, Ruhr-University Bochum, Germany Partner Violence and Anger Management. A Randomized Controlled Trial of the Effectiveness of Cognitive Therapy Merete Berg Nesset, St.Olav’s University Hospital/Norwegian University of Science and Technology, Norway Personality Profile of Pathological Gamblers in the Prediction of Relapse: A Follow-Up Study. Irene Ramos-Grille, Consorci Sanitari de Terrassa and Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona, Spain Screening Assessment of Cognitive FunctionsiIn Patients with HIV Infection and its Influence on Psychotherapy (CBT) and Adherence Bogna Szymanska, Hospital for Infectious Diseases in Warsaw, Poland Psychophysiological Response to Symptom-Relevant Stimulus Exposure in Patients with Functional Somatic Syndrome Eva Unternaehrer, Department of Psychology, University of Basel, Switzerland Self-Actualization Vs. Self-Transcendence: Phenomenological Analysis of Experiences Promoting Personal Growth Inese Lietaviete, University of Latvia, Latvia Approaching Spiders: Devaluation of a Negative Stimulus Caused by Approach Behavior Sophie van Uijen, Utrecht University, the Netherlands Diagnosis and Multidisciplinary Treatment of Conversion Disorder: A Case Report Maria Barba, Parc de Salut Mar, Barcelona, Spain Relationships Between Symptom Dimensions and Obsessional Beliefs in a Clinical Sample Amparo Belloch, University of Valencia, Spain Metacognition: The Relationships with Severity and Styles in Personality Disorders Michele Procacci, Terzo Centro Psicoterapia Cognitiva Roma, Italy Factor Structure of the English Version of the Psychological Abuse Exerted In Group Scale Jose Antonio Carrobles, Universidad Autónoma de Madrid, Spain Preliminary Examination on the Psychometric Properties of the Italian Version of the Milwaukee Inventory for the Dimensions of Adult Skin Picking (MIDAS) Andrea Pozza, Miller Institute for Behavioural and Cognitive Therapies, Genoa/Florence, Italy Do Paranoid Delusions Function as Experiential Avoidance of Current Shame Feelings? Paula Castilho, FPCEUC, Portugal High-Yield Cognitive Behavioral Techniques for Psychosis delivered by Case Managers to Their Clients with Persistent Psychotic Symptoms: An Exploratory Tri David Kingdon, University of Southampton, Southampton, UK Pathways to Schizophrenia: The Role of Shame Traumatic Memories and Shame on the Maintenance of Paranoid Delusions Paula Castilho, Universidade de Coimbra, Faculdade de Psicologia e Ciências da Educação, Portugal Follow-Up of Bipolar Participants in Mindfulness-Based Interventions Jean-Michel Aubry, Geneva University Hospital, Switzerland Culturally Adapted Cognitive Behaviour Therapy for Psychosis (Cacbtp): A Randomised Controlled Trial. Peter Phiri, University of Southampton The “Psypills” App: Emerging Modalities for Applying CBT in Real Life Daniel David, Babes-Bolyai University, Rumania Effects of Inflated Responsibility and Reassuring Feedback on Anxiety and Compulsive Urges - An Experimental Study Sorina Armeanca, University of East Anglia, UK Adaptive Operant Behavior and Wellness Recovery Paul Andreoli, Constructional Behavior Analysis Foundation


Friday 27th September – Morning Poster Session 4 Posters francophones Palais des Congrès Validation du “Beliefs About Voices Questionnaire-Revised” (BAVQ-R) en Suisse francophone Adriano Zanello, HUG Département de Santé Mentale et de Psychiatrie, Suisse Comportements des Enfants Ayant un Trouble du Spectre de L’autisme en Garderie : Stabilité de la Performance. Naima Fahmi, Université du Québec, Montréal, Canada Validation Psychométrique d’une échelle Mesurant l’ambivalence Suicidaire : évaluer le Risque de Passage à L’acte Coralie Hatteschweiler, Université de Nîmes (UNIMES), France Stress During Coming Out Pierluigi Graziani, Nîmes, France Les Facteurs Influençant L’Observance Thérapeutique dans la Schizophrénie Siham Eddahby, Centre Psychiatrique Universitaire Ibn Rochd, Casablanca, Maroc Impact du Ramadan Comme Facteur de Stress Chez les Patients avec Trouble Bipolaire Siham Eddahby, Centre Psychiatrique Universitaire Ibn Rochd. Laboratoire de Santé Mentale, Cognition et Psychopathologie. Faculté de Médecine et de Pharmacie. Université Hassan II. Casablanca. Maroc Les Tentatives Suicidaires aux Urgences Nadia Attouche, Centre Psychiatrique Universitaire, Ibn Rochd. Casablanca, Maroc Le programme Alcochoix + Comme Outil D’inspiration Motivationnelle et Cognitivo-comportemental pour le Suivi des Consommateurs Excessifs d’alcool : Expérience de la Fondation Phonix, Suisse Eva Sekera, Fondation Phonix, Genève, Suisse La Violence Psychologique, Physique et Sexuelle Chez les Patients Toxicomanes qui Suivent un Traitement José Javier Lopez-Goni, Universidad Publica de Navarra. Perception de la Mort et Anxiété Khadija El falh, Médecine Ambulatoire, Casablanca.Maroc

11.30 – 12.30 Keynote Speakers Palais des Congrès: Salle Siroua

Cognitive Therapy of Personality Disorders Dr. Judith Beck, University of Pennsylvania, USA Chair: Robert DeRubeis, University of Pennsylvania, USA Palais des Congrès: Salle Tichka

The Phenomenology and Persistence of Compulsions Professor Christine Purdon, University of Waterloo, Canada Chair: Mark Freeston, University of Newcastle, UK Palais des Congrès: Salle Toubkal

The Social Origins of the Positive Syndrome of Psychosis Professor Richard Bentall, University of Liverpool, UK Chair: Gillian Haddock, University of Manchester, UK Palais des Congrès: Salle Palmeraie

Depression, Self-criticism and the Many Waves of CBT Professor Eduardo Keegan, University of Buenos Aires, Argentina Chair: Antonio Pinto, EABCT Congress Organising Committee, Italy Palais des Congrès: Salle Roseraie

TCC et Cultures Jamal Chiboub, Fés, Maroc Président: Charly Cungi , France

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Friday 27th September – Afternoon 14.00 – 17.15 In-Congress Workshops (See page 10) Coffee will be served at 15:30

Workshop 17: Understanding and Treating Health Anxiety Incorporating Cultural Diversity Theo Bouman, University of Groningen, The Netherlands Workshop 18: School Resilience Program: From Crisis to Growth, Prevention of PTSD and Building Life Skills Daniel Hamiel, Tel-Aviv University Medical School, Israel Workshop 19: Competitive Memory Training (COMET) for Low Self-esteem Kees Korrelboom, Parnassia Psychiatric Institution, The Netherlands Workshop 20: Treating Body Dysmorphic Disorder Fugen Neziroglu, Bio-Behavioral Institute, New York, USA and David Veale, King’s College London, UK Workshop 21: Adapting CBT for People with IDD John Taylor, Northumberland, Tyne & Wear NHS Foundation Trust, UK and Bill Lindsey, Universities of Abertay, Dundee and Bangor Workshop 22: Thérapie Cognitive des Troubles de la Personnalité Jean Cottraux, Ifforthecc et CHU de Lyon, France. Workshop 23: Les Phobies : Mieux les Comprendre pour Mieux les Traiter Christine Mirabel-Sarron, Centre Hospitalier Sainte-Anne, Paris, France Workshop 24: Thérapie Cognitive-Comportementale de L’Insomnie Prof. Charles Morin, École de psychologie, Université Laval

CANADA DAY

Rooms will be identified on the workshop registration ticket

14.00 – 15.30 (Coffee will be served at the end of the session/Café sera servi en fin de séance) Symposium 56 Palais des Congrès: Salle Palmeraie Always Look on the Bright Side of Life: Positive Emotions in Relation to Resilience and Depression Convenor & Chair: Ernst Koster, Ghent University, Belgium 14:00 14:20 14:40 15:00

Always Look on the Bright Side of Life: Can Manipulations of Focal Attention Enhance Emotion Regulation? Lynn Bruyneel, Ghent University, Belgium The Effects of Positive Mood on Flexible Processing of Affective Information and the Influence of Psychological Resilience Maud Grol, Maastricht University Medical Centre, The Netherlands How Do You Feel? Mood Predicts Prospectively Relapse Over Years, What Does It Tell Us? Claudi Bockting, University of Groningen, The Netherlands Increasing Insight Into Real-Life Patterns of Positive Affect to Combat Depression: A Therapeutic Application of Experience Sampling Marieke Wichers, Maastricht University Medical Centre, The Netherlands

Symposium 57 Palais des Congrès: Salle Toubkal Observable and Unobservable Aspects of Social Anxiety Convenor and Chair: Wolf-Gero Lange, Behavioural Science Institute, Radboud University Nijmegen, The Netherlands 14:00 Interpersonal and Intrapersonal Discrepancy in Dominance: Individual Differences in Social Anxiety Liat Helpman, Gonda Brain Science Center Bar-Ilan University, Israel 14:15 Interpersonal and Intrapersonal Concomitants of the Blush and Social Anxiety in Every-Day Social Interactions: An Event-Contingent Recording Approach Peter de Jong, University of Groningen, The Netherlands 14:30 Social Anxiety: The Effects of Training Approach or Avoidance of Smiling Faces Eni Becker, Behavioural Science Institute, Radboud University Nijmegen, the Netherlands 14:45 Social Anxiety and Vocal Behaviour in Social Interactions Eva Gilboa-Schechtman, Gonda Brain Science CenterBar-Ilan University, Israel 15:00 I’m Still Standing: Body Sway, Interpersonal Space, and Social Anxiety Wolf-Gero Lange, Behavioural Science Institute, Radboud University Nijmegen, the Netherlands

Symposium 58 Palais des Congrès: Salle Siroua When Seeing Is Not Believing: The Role of Doubt in Obsessive Compulsive Disorder Convenor and Chair: Kieron O’Connor, University of Montreal, Canada 14:00 14:20 14:40 15:00

Confabulatory Introspection in Obsessive-Compulsive Symptoms. Melha Zidani, Louis H Lafontaine Hospital, Canada Fear of Self in Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder Frederick Aardema, University of Montreal, Canada Overinvestment in Possibilities and Distrust of the Senses in Obsessional Compulsive Disorder (OCD) Kieron O’Connor, University of Montreal, Canada Integration of Inference-Based Therapy (IBT) and Cognitive-Behavioural Therapy (CBT) for OCD: A Case Series Jan Van Niekerk, University of Cambridge, UK


Friday 27th September – Afternoon Symposium 59 Palmeraie Golf Palace: Salle Diamond Web-Based Acceptance and Commitment Therapy for Depression and Chronic Pain Convenor: Karlein Schreurs, University of Twente, the Netherlands Chair: Ernst Bohlmeijer, University of Twente, the Netherlands 14:00 14:20 14:40 15:00

The Effects of an Online ACT and Mindfulness Intervention on Positive Mental Health and Depression: Results of a Large Randomized Controlled Trial. Pots Wendy, University of Twente, the Netherlands Web-Based Self-Help Intervention for Chronic Pain Based on Acceptance and Commitment Therapy and Mindfulness: Outcomes of a Large Randomised Controlled Trial Hester Trompetter, University of Twente, the Netherlands User Evaluation and Adherence of an Online Relapse Prevention Program Based on Acceptance and Commitment Therapy for Chronic Pain Patients Karlein Schreurs, University of Twente, the Netherlands Effectiveness of Acceptance and Commitment Therapy for Students with Psychological Distress: Evaluation in a Pilot Randomized Controlled Trial Ernst Bohlmeijer, University of Twente, the Netherlands

Symposium 60 Palais des Congrès: Salle Tichka The CBT Contribution to Conflict Resolution Convenor and Chair: Mauro Galluccio, EANAM, School of Advanced International Studies, Johns Hopkins University, USA Discussant: Robert Leahy, American Institute for Cognitive Therapy, USA 14:00 14:20 14:40 15.00

Preventive Diplomacy and Conflict Resolution in Time of Uncertainty: A Multidisciplinary Social-Cognitive Approach Mauro Galluccio, EANAM, National Research Council of Italy (CNR-ISGI-CRP), Italy Impediments and Strategies in Negotiating conflict transformation: A Cognitive Therapy Model Robert Leahy, American Institute for Cognitive Therapy, USA Conflict Resolution and International Negotiation: Evolution and Compassion Paul Gilbert, University of Derby, UK Implementation of CBT principles in the Area of Conflicts transformation: The Lebanese Experience Aimee Karam, St. George Hospital University Medical Center, Beirut, Lebanon

Symposium 61 Palais des Congrès: Salle Oliveraie What Predicts Treatment Outcome and How Can We Improve Therapy Results for Child and Adolescent Anxiety Disorders? Convenor and Chair: Sue Spence, Griffith University, Australia 14:00 14:15 14:30 14:45 15:00

Improving Our Understanding of Anxious Adolescents: A Study of Parent-Child Interactions Polly Waite, University of Reading, UK Predictors of Treatment Outcome for Childhood Anxiety Disorders Jennie Hudson, Macquarie University, Australia CBT for Young People with OCD Shirley Reynolds, University of Reading, UK Treatment of Child Anxiety Disorders in the Context of Parental Anxiety Disorder Cathy Creswell, University of Reading, UK Trans-Diagnostic Versus Disorder-Specific Approaches to the Treatment of Child and Adolescent Anxiety Disorders, With Particular Reference to Social Phobia Sue Spence, Griffith University, Australia

Symposium 62 Palmeraie Golf Palace: Salle Opale Advances in CBT for Eating Disorders Convenor: Tullio Scrimali, University of Catania, Italy Chair: Alessandra Pokrajac-Bulian, University of Rijeka, Croatia Discussant: Lucio Sibilia, Sapienza University, Italy 14:00 14:15 14:30 14:45 15:00

Neurofeedback and Biofeedback as a Powerful Adjunct to CBT for Eating Disorders Tullio Scrimali, University of Catania, Italy Mindlab Set and Nutritional Rehabilitation for Anorexic Patients Damiana Tomasello, ALETEIA Clinical Center, Italy The Cognition of Hunger in Obese People Lucio Sibilia, University of Rome, La Sapienza, Rome, Italy Intensive Individual Day-Treatment for Anorexia Nervosa and EDNOS Subtype-AN: An Integration of Cognitive and Cognitive-Behavioural Therapy (CBT) with Cognitive-Behavioural Psycho-Nutritionnal Rehabilitation. Romana Schuman, Centro Gruber, Bologna, Italy Binge Eating Symptoms as Mediator Between Self Efficacy, Alexithymia, Anger and Anxiety in Overweight and Obese Patients With Cardiovascular Disease. Alessandra Pokrajac-Bulian, University of Rijeka, Croatia


Friday 27th September – Afternoon Symposium 63 Palmeraie Golf Palace: Ex Gymnasium Strengthening the Research Base for Case Formulation Convenor: Valentina Short, Tees Esk and Wear Valleys NHS Foundation Trust, UK Chair: Robert Dudley, Newcastle University and Northumberland Tyne and Wear NHS Foundation Trust, UK 14:00 14:15 14:30 14:45 15:00

A Qualitative Study Exploring the Personal Impact of Case Formulation for Service Users, in Cognitive Behavioural Therapy for Psychosis (Cbtp) Helen Spencer, Newcastle University, UK The Use of Psychological Formulations to Improve Staff-Patient Relationships and Outcomes in People with a Diagnosis of Psychosis Katherine Berry, University of Manchester, UK The Development of a Psychological Formulation Adherence Scale to Improve Staff-Patient Relationships and Outcomes in People with a Diagnosis of Psychosis Sandra Bucci, Nothumber Tyne and Wear NHS Foundation Trust, UK The Impact of Collaborative Formulation Development Workshops Upon Staff Resilience and Client Outcome Within Intellectual/ Developmental Disabilities Services Barry Ingham, Nothumber Tyne and Wear NHS Foundation Trust, UK Team Formulations, Their Utility and Accuracy: What the Literature Suggests. Valentina Short, Tees Esk and Wear Valleys NHS Foundation Trust, UK

Symposium 64 Palmeraie Golf Palace: Salle Coupole Menara Implementing CBT in Child and Adult Mental Health Services from Research to Clinical Practice Convenor: Tine Nordgreen, University of Bergen, Norway Chair: Marie Chellingsworth, University of Exeter, UK 14:00 14:20 14:40 15:00

Implementing CBT for OCD in Children and Adolescent Psychiatry: The Advantages of Using Group Treatment in Training of Therapists Åshild T Håland, Sørlandet Sykehus, Norway A Feasibility Study of the Psychological First Aid Kit (PF) Solfrid Raknes, Helse Bergen/ RKBU, Norway Psychological First Aid (PF) in Children House Oslo: Preliminary Data From an Ongoing Study Shirley Stormyren, University of Bergen, Norway Guided Self-Help Via Internet: From Research to Clinical Practice Tine Nordgreen, University of Bergen, Norway

Symposium 65 Palmeraie Golf Palace: Salle Amthyste An African Approach for Training, Supervising and Practising CBT Convenor : Elaine Hunter, South London and Maudsley NHS Trust, UK Chair: Sheena Liness, King’s College, London, UK Discussant: Sheena Liness, King’s College, London, UK 14:00 14:20 14:40 15:00

Butabika and East London: Collaborating on Psychological Therapies David Baillie, East London Foundation NHS Trust, UK CBT Training for Ugandan Public Mental Health Service Staff Elaine Hunter, South London and Maudsley NHS Trust, UK CBT In Clinical Practice In a Ugandan Public Health Setting: Experiences From Practitioners James Roger Nsereko, Butabika National Referral Hospital, Kampala, Uganda Clinical Psychology Training in Uganda Rosco Kasujja, Makerere University, Kampala, Uganda

Symposium 66 Palmeraie Golf Palace: Salle Topaz Avancées cliniques: Programmes de TCC Francophones pour les Enfants et les Adolescents aux Problématiques de Santé Mentale Variées Chair: Julie Leclerc, Université du Québec à Montréal, Canada Discussant : Celine Clement, Universite de Strasbourg, France 14:00 14:20 14 :40 15 :00 15:15

Thérapies D’autogestion des Symptômes du Syndrome de Gilles de la Tourette (Tics et épisodes Explosifs) Selon un Modèle Cognitif-comportemental et Psychophysiologique Adapté aux Enfants Julie Leclerc, Université du Québec à Montréal, Canada Programme Psychoéducatif pour les Parents d’un Jeune Enfant avec un Trouble du Spectre de L’autisme (TSA) : Implantation dans Différents Milieux Francophones Céline Clément, Université de Strasbourg, France Revue des Stratégies Comportementales pour les Troubles de Comportement Extériorisés Associés au TDAH Samuel Giroux, Université du Québec à Montréal, Canada Efficacité de L’adaptation Française d’un Programme D’entraînement aux Habiletés Parentales pour les Parents d’enfant Ayant un TDAH Stéphane Haut-Charlier, Université de Sherbrooke et Centre Jeunesse de Montréal – Institut Universitaire, Canada Adaptation d’un Traitement Cognitif Comportemental du Trouble d’anxiété Généralisée (TAG) pour les Enfants âgés de 8-12 ans: Un Protocole à Cas Unique à Niveaux de Base Multiples Geneviève Racicot, Université du Québec à Trois-Rivières, Canada


Friday 27th September – Afternoon Symposium 67 Palmeraie Golf Palace: Salle Rubis La Psychopathologie au Féminin Chair: Christine Favre, Clinique Romande de Réadaptation, Suisse 14:00 14:20 14:40 15:00

Symptômes de Stress Post-traumatique Postnataux et Influence de Variables Psychosociales, Obstétricales et Psychologiques Auprès d’un échantillon de Femmes Rencontrées en Service de Protection Maternelle et Infantile Anne Denis, Université de Savoie, France Première étude de la Version Francophone de L’Inventaire des Troubles des Conduites Alimentaires version 3 Martine Bouvard, Université de Savoie, France Dépression au Masculin, Dépression au Féminin: Apport du Modèle Comportementale et Cognitif. Françoise Riquier, Université de Savoie, France Désir Sexuel Chez les Femmes avec une Psychose Chronique Sylvia Mohr, Hopital Universitaire de Genève, Suisse

Symposium 68 Palais des Congrès: Salle Roseraie Psychopathologies et émotions Chair: Rollon Poinsot, Association Française de Therapie Comportementale et Cognitive (AFTCC) 14:00 14:20 14:40 15.00

Apport du Bilan Cognitif et émotionnel Avant Prise en Charge par TCC des Patients Souffrant de Schizophrénie Dominique Willard, AFTCC Anxiété Sociale et Intentionnalité émotionnelle Vanessa Harscoet, AFTCC Les émotions dans la Depression Professionnelle Marc Willard, AFTCC La Pleine Conscience et les émotions: Une Expérience de Groupe MACT Benoit Monie, AFTCC

Symposium 69 Palais des Congrès: Salle Orangeraie All Aboard the Trans-Canada Express Chair: Adam S. Radomsky, Concordia University, Canada 14:00 14:20 14:40 15:00

Delivering CBT in Videoconference: Efficacy and Potential Mechanisms Stéphane Bouchard, Université du Québec en Outaouais, Canada Social Anxiety Disorder and the Relational Self Lynn Alden, University of British Columbia, Canada Reducing Risk in Ambulance Workers: Pre-trauma Predictors of PTSD and Depression Jennifer Wild, University of Oxford, UK You Can Run but You Can’t Hide: Intrusive Thoughts on Six Continents Adam S. Radomsky, Concordia University, Canada

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Special Interest Group 3 Palais des Congrès: Salle Amandier Worry, Rumination and Repetitive Thinking Convenor: Giovanni Ruggiero, Studi Cognitivi, Cognitive Psychotherapy School, Italy Speakers: Giovanni Ruggiero, Studi Cognitivi, Cognitive Psychotherapy School, Italy Mehmet Sungur, Medical School of Marmara University, Turkey Antonio Pinto, Department of Health, Naples, Italy

14.00 – 17.30 Poster Session 5 Adult Mental Health and Basic Processes and New Developments Palais des Congrès Group Psychoeducation for Patients with Bipolar Affective Disorder Jan Prasko, University Hospital Olomouc, Faculty of Medicine and Dentistry, University Palacky Olomouc, Czech Republic Internet Based Psychoeducative CBT Programe for Bipolar Patients Treated with Thymostabalisers Jan Prasko, Faculty of Medicine and Dentistry, Palacky University Olomouc, University Hospital Olomouc, Czech Republic The Multidimensional Disgust Scale: Confirmatory Factor Análysis and Relationship with Other Measures of Disgust Bonifacio Sandín, Universidad Nacional de Educación a Distancia (UNED), Spain Individual Cognitive Behavior Therapy for Japanese Patients with Social Anxiety Disorder: Preliminary Outcomes and Their Predictors Naoki Yoshinaga, Department of Cognitive Behavioral Physiology, Chiba University Graduate School of Medicine, Japan Efeectiveness of Group Cogntitive Behavioural Therapy for Panic Disorder: A Multicentre Trial Martí Santacana, Consorci Sanitari de Terrassa, Spain Psychological Distress Among Students: Intercultural Comparison Between German, Chinese and Russian Versions ff Depression Anxiety Stress Scales Julia Velten, Ruhr-Universität Bochum, Germany Reliability and Validity of The Spanish Version of the Panic Disorder Severity Scale-Self Report Version Laia Mollà, Anxiety Unit, Institut de Neuropsiquiatria i Addicions, Hospital del Mar, Barcelona, Spain Internet-Based CBT for Patients With Depression in Primary and Psychiatric Care Anna-Lena Flygare, County Council of Värmland, Primary Care Research Unit, Sweden Is Body Image Related to the Egosyntonicity of Symptoms in Patients With Eating Disorders? Conxa Perpiñá, University of Valencia, Spain


Friday 27th September – Afternoon Differences in Sex, Comorbidity, Family History and History of Treatment Among Patients with Early Onset Versus Late Onset Panic Disorder Mireia Romero, Parc de Salut Mar, Spain Emotion in Motion: Assessing and Modifying Attentional Bias in Complex and Dynamic Environments Ben Grafton, University of Western Australia, Australia Don’t Start What You Can’t Stop: Differentiating Individual Differences in Ruminative Onset and Ruminative Persistence, and Their Contributions to Dysphoria. Ben Grafton, University of Western Australia, Australia Re-Training Approach-Avoidance Tendencies by Means of a General Positivity Training Gina Ferrari, Radboud University Nijmegen, the Netherlands Cognitive Bias Modification, a Function of Learning or Priming Helen Standage, University of Essex, UK The Predictive Value of Experiencies Related to War/Combat Exposure for Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) Symptoms: A Study With Portuguese Colonial War Veterans Teresa Carvalho, CINEICC, College of Psychology and Education Sciences, University of Coimbra, Portugal A Cognitive-Behavioral Program for Clinical Perfectionism in an Academic Setting: Pilot Study Results Fernan Arana, Universidad de Buenos Aires – CONICET, Argentina Temperament Factors Influence Attentional Bias in Social Perception Nina M.Pintzinger, Deparment of Applied Psychology, Faculty of Psychology, University of Vienna, Austria Comparing the Role of Washing and Non-Washing Behaviour on the Reduction of Mental Contamination Ryotaro Ishikawa, Research Centre for Child Mental Development, Graduate School of Medicine, Chiba University, Japan Development of the Exposure to Combat Severity Scale of the Combat Experiences Questionnaire (QEC) Teresa Carvalho, CINEICC, College of Psychology and Education Sciences, University of Coimbra, Portugal The Effect of Emotion Regulation Difficulties and Interpersonal Problems on Negative Mood in Youth Seda Sapmaz, Ege University, Turkey Positive General Beliefs And Cognitive Appraisal Dimensions As A Buffer Against Depression In Unemployed Aged Over 45 Years Maruta Ludane, University of Latvia. Latvia Introducing a New Paradigm in Experimental Pain Research: Can Fear-Avoidance Beliefs Be Formed Through Evaluative Conditioning? Robert Sielski, Philipps-University of Marburg, Department of Clinical Psychology and Psychotherapy, Germany Changes of Picuturing ff ‘Selves’ of Social Anxiety Disorders Yasuko Tanaka, Minami Fujisawa Clinic, Chiba University, Japan Unwanted Intrusive Thoughts In OCD and ED Patients: Which Variables Predict the Experienced Disruption? Amparo Belloch, Universitat de València, Spain Change in Acceptance and Action-Orientation After Online CBT for Anxiety and Worrying in a Swedish Student Health Center Björn Paxling, Vrije Universiteit, Psykologpartners, Sweden Exploring the Buffer Role of Self-Compassion and Decentering in Borderline Personality Disorder Paula Castilho, Faculty of Psychology and Educational Sciences of the University of Coimbra, Portugal The Effects of Attention Bias Modification Training on Avoidance Behavior Nessa Ikani, Behavioural Science Institute, Radboud University Nijmegen, The Netherlands Symptoms of Perinatal Depression in Women and Men: Longitudinal Study Diana Zande, Department of Psychology, University of Latvia, Latvia Effectiveness of Group Cognitive Behavioral Therapy for Obsessive-Compulsive Personality Disorder Diana Polo-Rangel, CST, Spain Changes in Obsessive Compulsive Personality Disorder Core Symptoms After Group Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy Elena Flores-Márquez, Consorci Sanitari de Terrassa, Spain Effects of a 9 week-Mindfulness-, Self-Compassion- and Loving Kindness Meditation Programme on Patients with Chronic Depression Johannes Graser, Goethe University Frankfurt, Germany The Self and Other Scale: A Second Step Toward Its French Validation in Patients With Depression Adriano Zanello, HUG Department of Mental Health and Psychiatry, Switzerland Does Metacognition Make A Unique Contribution to Hypochondriacal Symptoms in Addition to Neuroticism, Illness Cognition and Somatosensory Amplification? Robin Bailey, UCLAN & University of Manchester, UK Does Adding Imagery Rescriting to CBT Treatment, For Those with OCD, with Images That Relate to Traumatic Memories, Reduce Distress and Images Colette Kearns, SPUH, Dublin, Ireland Cognitive Behavioural Grouptherapy for Depression in a Naturalistic Setting Stine Bjerrum Moeller, Copenhagen University Hospital, Psychiatric Centre North of Zealand, Denmark Initial Validation of the Italian Version of the Anxiety Sensitivity Index-3 (ASI-3): Factor Structure, Reliability and Validity in Community and Clinical Samples Andrea Pozza, Miller Institute for Behavioural and Cognitive Therapies, Genoa/Florence, Italy In Search of the Trauma Memory: A Meta-Analysis of Functional Neuroimaging Studies of Symptom Provocation in Posttraumatic Stress Disorder Gudrun Sartory, University of Wuppertal, Germany Do Individual Differences In Heart Rate Variability Predict the Emotional Impact of Life Events? A Prospective Study. Joana Duarte, CINEICC – Cognitive-Behavioral Research Centre, University of Coimbra, Portugal A Meta-Analysis of the Effectiveness of Reappraisal and Acceptance in Experimental Studies: Implications for The Cognitive-Behavioral Framework Silviu Matu, Babes-Bolyai University, Romania Attention Bias Modification in Fear of Snakes and Fear of Spiders A Connectionist Unifying Proposal Lucio Sibilia, St Apienza University of Roma, Italy Is the Cognitive Techniques Effective in the Treatment of Schizophrenia? A Randomised Control Trial Comparing CBT Versus BT Serap Tekinsav Sutcu, Ege University, Turkey Approach- Avoidance Tendencies towards Dominant and Submissive Emotional Faces in Social Anxiety Janine Weeting, Behavioral Science Institute, Radboud University Nijmegen, The Netherlands Exploring the Path to Empathy Yael Basford, The Academic College of Tel Aviv Yafo, Israel Internalized Stigma and Treatment Outcome of Pharmacoresistant Patients with Anxiety Disorders Marie Ociskova, Faculty of Philosophy, Department of Psychology, Palacky University Olomouc, Czech Republic Domains of Disgust and Symptoms of Hypochondriasis and Health Anxiety Paloma Chorot, Universidad Nacional de Educación a Distancia (UNED) Domains of Disgust Across the Anxiety Disorders Paloma Chorot, Universidad Nacional de Educación a Distancia (UNED) Emotional Memories, Compassion and Empathy and its Role in Social Safeness Cláudia Sintra, Faculty of Psychology and Educational Sciences of University of Coimbra Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder: Efficacy of Inference-Based Therapy Magali Purcell Lalonde, Fernand-Seguin Research Center


Friday 27th September – Afternoon Impact of Motivation in an Inference-Based Therapy for OCD Marie-Eve Delorme, Fernand-Seguin research center The Roles of State-Like Self-Focus to Depressed Mood and Problem Solving Masaki Mori, The University of Tokyo Inhibition of Return in a Discrimination Task: An Eye-Tracking Study Elisa Berdica, University of Mannheim The Functions of Worry in Uncontrollable Situations: Perceived Effects of Worry and the Feeling of Being in Control Simona Stefan, Babes-Bolyai University, Rumania Assessment of Functioning in Patients with Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder Mehmet Emrah, Karadere Hitit University Research and Training Hospital Psychiatry Clinic The Negative Interpretation of Neutrally Valenced Words Associated with Anxiety and Depression John Reidy, Sheffield Hallam University

15.00 – 17.30 Palmeraie Golf Palace: Tent Andalous

European Association for Behavioural and Cognitive Therapies 2nd General Meeting 2013 Member Association Representatives and EABCT Members only

16.00 – 17.20 Symposium 70 Palais des Congrès: Salle Toubkal Stepped Care for Anxiety Disorders Convenor: Mirjam Kampman, Propersona, Centre for Anxiety Disorders Overwaal/Nijcare, The Netherlands Chair: Gert-Jan Hendriks, Propersona, Centre for Anxiety Disorders Overwaal/Nijcare, The Netherlands Discussant: Ger Keijsers, Radboud University Nijmegen/Nijcare, The Netherlands 16:00 16:20 16:40 17:00

Transforming Primary Care for Anxiety Disorders: The Collaborative Stepped Care Model. Anna Muntingh, GGZ inGeest/Trimbos, The Netherlands Stepped Care CBT for Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder David Tolin, The Institute of Living/Yale University School of Medicine, USA Stepped Care Vs. Direct Face-To-Face CBT for Social Anxiety Disorder or Panic Disorder: A Randomised Controlled Trial Tine Nordgreen, Propersona, Centre for Anxiety Disorders Overwaal/Nijcare, The Netherlands Stepped Care Treatment for Panic Disorder With or Without Agoraphobia: A Comparison of 10 Weeks Guided Self-Study, When Necessary Followed by Manualised CBT and Care as Usual. Mirjam Kampman, Propersona, Centre for Anxiety Disorders Overwaal/Nijcare, The Netherlands

Symposium 71 Palais des Congrès: Salle Palmeraie Treatment of Chronic Depression with The Cognitive Behavioral System of Psychotherapy (CBASP): Current Status and Future Directions Convenor: Philipp Klein, Luebeck University, Germany Chair: Martin Hautzinger, Tuebingen University, Germany 16:00 16:15 16:30 16:45 17:00

Is CBASP an Empirically Supported Treatment? Philipp Klein, Luebeck University, Germany The Effectiveness of CBASP In The Netherlands: Results From a Multicenter RCT. Jenneke Wiersma, Amsterdam University, Netherlands Clinical Effectiveness and Mediators of Learning In CBASP: Results From a Two-Year Case Study. Marianne Liebing-Wilson, Dundee University, Scotland, UK CBASP as an Inpatient Treatment: Short- and Long-Term Outcome and Predictors of Response and Relapse. Eva-Lotta Brakemeier, Psychological University Berlin, Germany Comparing CBASP to CBT in Depression: Results of a Pilot RCT. Gaby Bleichhardt, Marburg University, Germany

Symposium 72 Palmeraie Golf Palace: Salle Coupole Menara CBT Model in Understanding and Treatment University Students’ Underachievement Convenor: Ivanka Zivcic-Becirevic, University of Rijeka, Croatia Chair: Peter Janjusevic, The Counseling Centre for Children, Adolescents and Parents, Slovenia 16:00 16:20 16:40 17:00

Understanding and Assessment of Underachievement in University Students Nada Anic, Croatian Association for Behavioral and Cognitive Therapies, Croatia What Differentiates Successful Students From Those Who Fail? Ivanka Zivcic-Becirevic, University of Rijeka, Croatia Automatic Thoughts and Beliefs in Underachieving Students Ines Jakovcic, Croatian Association for Behavioral and Cognitive Therapies, Croatia Group Cognitive Behavioral Treatment for University Students wiith Learning Problems Dragana Markanovic, Croatian Association for Behavioral and Cognitive Therapies, Croatia


Friday 27th September – Afternoon Symposium 73 Palais des Congrès: Salle Siroua Emotion Regulation and Psychopathology Convenor and Chair: Matthias Berking, Philipps-University Marburg, Germany 16:00 16:20 16:40 17:00

Emotion Regulation Predicts Subsequent Depressive Symptom Severity in Individuals Suffering from Major Depressive Disorder: An Ecological Momentary Assessment Study Matthias Berking, Philipps-University Marburg, Germany The Reciprocal Relationship Between Emotion Regulation and Affective Disorders over the Course of Therapy Caroline Wirtz, Philipps-University Marburg, Germany Effectiveness of Different Emotion Regulation Strategies in Individuals with Depressive Disorders: An Experimental Study. Anna Ehret, Philipps-University Marburg, Germany Evaluation of a Transdiagnostic Text-Message Maintenance Intervention after Inpatient Cognitive Behavioural Therapy. Sandra Schlicker, Philipps-University Marburg, Germany

Symposium 74 Palais des Congrès: Salle Oliveraie Don’t Forget the Young Ones. Anxiety in Young Children Aged Four Months to 7 Years Convenor and Chair: Cathy van der Sluis, University of Amsterdam, the Netherlands 16:00 16:15 16:30 16:45 17:00

The Effect of Parental Lifetime Depression and Anxiety Disorders on the Infants’ and Parents’ Emotional Communication During Early Dyadic Face-To-Face Interactions Evin Aktar, University of Amsterdam, the Netherlands The Relations Between Coparenting Behaviors and the Development of Childhood Anxiety Marijke Metz, University of Amsterdam, the Netherlands Shared Cognition and Transfer of Interpretation Bias in Parents and Preschool-Aged Children Jinnie Ooi, Macquarie University, Australia Targeting Risk Factors for Inhibited Preschool Children. Jennie Hudson, Macquarie University, Australia Can Young Children Provide Self-Reports on Their Anxiety Symptoms? Cathy van der Sluis, University of Amsterdam, the Netherlands

Symposium 75 Palais des Congrès: Salle Tichka ‘I Get by with a Little Help from My Friends’: Family and Staff Interventions to Improve Outcome in Severe Mental Health Problem Convenor and Chair: Fiona Lobban, Lancaster University, UK Disscussant: Susan Bögels, University of Amsterdam, Netherlands 16:00 16:20 16:40 17:00

REACT – Relatives Education and Coping Toolkit: Feasibility and Outcome Fiona Lobban, Lancaster University, UK The Use of Psychological Formulations to Improve Staff-Patient Relationships and Outcomes in People With a Diagnosis of Psychosis Katherine Berry, University of Manchester, UK Are Psycho Educational Family Work Appropriate For Patients with a First Episode Psychosis? Jan Rossberg, University of Oslo, Norway Caregivers’ Reports of Service User Violence in Psychosis Julianna Onwumere, Institute of Psychiatry, London, UK

Symposium 76 Palmeraie Golf Palace: Salle Diamond Mental Imagery in Mood Disorders Convenor: Christien Slofstra, University of Groningen, the Netherlands Chair: Claudi Bockting, Univeristy of Groningen, the Netherlands 16:00 16:20 16:40 17:00

Mental Imagery Across Disorders and Their Role in Excessive Behaviour Gitta Jacob, University of Freiburg, Germany Positive and Negative Mental Images and Their Connection to Depressive Symptoms: Empirical Data and Theoretical Implications Charlotte Wesslau, Goethe University Frankfurt, Germany Imagery In Unipolar and Bipolar Depression: Revealing the Mind’s Eye? Martina Di Simplicio, University of Groningen, the Netherlands Work on Your Imagination: Imagery Rescripting as Intervention Chrstien Slofstra, University of Groningen, the Netherlands

Symposium 77 Palmeraie Golf Palace: Salle Rubis Substance Misuse and Mental Health: Longtitudinal Studies and Integrated Treatment Chair and Discussant: Frank Ryan, CNWL, London, UK 16:00 16:20 16:40 17:00

RCT of Combined CBT for Alcohol Use and Social Anxiety Disorders Andrew Baillie, National Drug and Alcohol Research Centre, Australia Post Traumatic Stress Disorder, Substance Use and Aggression: A Longitudinal Investigation and Implications for Clinical Practice Emma Barrett, National Drug and Alcohol Research Centre, Australia Rumination, Depression and Substance Use: Findings from an Australian Longitudinal Study of Heroin Users Sonja Memedovic, National Drug and Alcohol Research Centre, Australia An Intergrated Approach to Substance Use Prevention For High And Low Risk Youth: The Cap Intervention Maree Teesson, University of New South Wales, Australia


Friday 27th September – Afternoon Symposium 78 Palmeraie Golf Palace: Salle Amthyste Dissemination of CBT in Arab Countries: A Pilot Project on Training Libyan Clinicians Convenor and Chair: Freda McManus, Oxford Cognitive Therapy Centre, UK 16:00 16:30 17:00

An Overview of the Project: From Setting Up to Clinical Outcomes Taregh Shaban, Talking Space, Oxford and Libya Foundation for Rehabilitation, UK Qualitative Feedback: Trainees’ Experience Tarik A. Shembesh, Libyan Foundation for Rehabilitation, UK An Insider’s Story: Applying CBT as a Trainee in an Arab Context Fadwa Al Mughairb, University of United Arab Emirates, Al-Ain UAE & Libya Foundation for Rehabilitation, UK

Symposium 79 Palmeraie Golf Palace: Salle Opale Approaching Rewards and Avoiding Fears: New Studies in Learning Chair: Nick Hawkes, Congress Scientific Committee 16:00 16:15 16:30 16:45 17:00

Comparisons Between Learned Fear and Disgust During a Conditioning and Extinction Procedure Mark Boschen, Griffith University, Australia Individual Differences in Associative Fear Learning Femke Gazendam, University of Amsterdam, the Netherlands Retraining Avoidance Tendencies Towards Conditioned Fear Cues Angelos-Miltiadis Krypotos, University of Amsterdam, the Netherlands Changing Automatic Behavior Through Self-Monitoring: Does Overt Change Also Imply Implicit Change? Joyce Maas, Radboud University Nijmegen, the Netherlands Modification of Approach-Avoidance Tendencies in Alcoholics: An Unusual Success Story Mike Rinck, Radboud University Nijmegen, the Netherlands

Panel Discussion 3 Palais des Congrès: Salle Orangeraie The State of the Science, Practice and Training of CBT in Canada Chair: Adam S. Radomsky, Concordia University, Canada Panel Members: Adam S. Radomsky, Concordia University, Canada Lynn Alden, University of British Columbia, Canada Martin D. Provencher, Université Laval, Canada Christine Purdon, University of Waterloo, Canada

CANADA DAY

Panel Discussion 4 Palmeraie Golf Palace: Ex Gymnasium What Procedures for Fostering Personal Development of Trainees in CBT? Convenor: Stefania Borgo, Centre for Research in Psychotherapy, Italy Chair: Lucio Sibilia, Sapienza University, Italy Panel Members: Daniel David, Babes-Bolyai University, Romania Tullio Scrimali, Catania University, Italy Yona Teichman, Tel-Aviv University, Israel Hakan Turkcapar, H.Kalyoncu University, Turkey

Table Ronde 2 Palais des Congrès: Salle Roseraie Approche Transculturelle des TCC Modérateur: Marc Willard, AFTCC Président: Benoit Monie, AFTCC Participants : Ghanem Amara, Psychiatre Sousse, Tunisie Jamal Chiboub, Fés. Casablanca. Moroc Rollon Poinsot, France

Communications Libres 1 Palais des Congrès: Salle Amandier Président: TBA 16:00 16:15 16:30 16 :45 17 :00

Programmes de Remédiation Cognitive Pour la Schizophrénie Dalia Nagui Moheieldin, Faculté de Médecine, Université d’Alexandrie, Egypte Comportements des Enfants Ayant un Trouble du Spectre de L’autisme en Garderie: Comparaison avec des Enfants Neurotypiques Naima Fahmi, Université du Québec, Montréal, Canada Comportement des Enfants Ayant un Trouble du Spectre de L’autisme en Garderie: Comment Augmenter le Taux de Réussite. Naima Fahmi, Universitédu Québec, Montréal, Canada l’Experience du Programme de Psychoeducation”PROFAMILLE” au Maroc Youssef Mohi, Hopital Arrazi de Psychiatrie de Berrechid, Maroc Estime de Soi et Techniques D’affirmation de Soi Imane Adali. Centre Psychiatrique, Marrakech, Maroc


Friday 27th September – Afternoon 17.30 – 18.30 Keynote Speakers Palais des Congrès: Salle Tichka

CBT Across Cultures: Isn’t Being Receptive and Collaborative Enough? Professor David Kingdon, University of Southampton, UK Chair: Pierre Philpott, University of Louvain, Belgium Palais des Congrès: Salle Siroua

Cognitive Case Conceptualisation 2.0: Can Cognitive Science Assist in Diagnosis and Treatment of Affective Disorders Professor Ernst Koster, Ghent University, Belgium Chair: Jaak Beckers, EABCT Communication Lead, Belgium Palais des Congrès: Salle Toubkal

A Transdiagnostic Approach to Pain and Sleep Professor Steven Linton, Orebro University, Sweden Chair: Trudie Chalder, King’s College London, UK Palais des Congrès: Salle Oliveraie

The Treatment of Anxiety Disorders in Children and Adolescents: Limitations, Challenges and Future Directions Professor Ron Rapee, Macquarie University, Sydney, Australia Chair: Susan Bögels, University of Amsterdam, The Netherlands Palais des Congrès: Salle Orangeraie

Innovations et Nouvelles Tendances dans le Traitement de L’insomnie Chronique Professor Charles Morin, École de Psychologie, Université Laval, Canada Chair: Martin D. Provencher, Université Laval, Canada

CANADA DAY


Saturday 28th September – Morning 8.30 – 11.30 In-Congress Workshops (See page 10) Coffee will be served at 10.00

Workshop 25: The Application of Dialectical Behaviour Therapy to the Treatment of Eating Disorders Feyza Bayraktar, Bogazici University, Instanbul, Turkey Workshop 26: Back to the Future with BCT: Learning the Basics of Behavioural Couples Therapy Andre Geel, Central and North London NHS Foundation Trust, UK Workshop 27: Treating PTSD After Extreme Trauma: Using Imagery Rescripting to Soften the Blows Ann Hackmann, University of Oxford, UK Workshop 28: Cognitive Therapy for Schizophrenic Patients Tullio Scrimali, University of Catania, Italy Workshop 29: Taking Action : a Cognitive-Behavioural Therapy Protocol for the Treatment of Depression in Children Laura Wante, Ghent University, Belgium Workshop 30: A Cognitive Psychophysiological Treatment for Tourette Syndrome and Tic Disorders: Adults and Children Therapy Kieron O’Connor and Julie Leclerc, Fernand-Seguin Researche Centre, Montreal and University of Quebec in Montreal Workshop 31: La Dépression au Travail Marc Willard, Strasbourg, France Workshop 32: Réussir à Surmonter la Douleur Chronique: Une Demi-journée D’introduction des Interventions TCC Validées Pour la Traitement de la Douleur Helen Macdonald, Université de Sheffield, Royaume Uni Rooms will be identified on the workshop registration ticket

09.00 – 11.15 Symposium 80 Palais des Congrès: Salle Oliveraie New Developments in Understanding the Cognitive Underpinnings of Obsessive Compulsive Disorder Convenor: Mark Freeston, Newcastle University and Newcastle Cognitive and Behavioural Therapies Centre, UK Chair: Gioia Bottesi, University of Padova, Italy 09:00 09:20 09:40 10:00 10:30

Thought Action Fusion Beliefs and OCD Symptoms in a Multi-ethnic and Multi-religious Community Sample from Malaysia Siti Hazlina Alias, Newcastle University and Universiti Teknologi MARA, Malaysia Not Just Right Experiences in the Family: A Family Study in a Non-Clinical Italian Sample Gioia Bottesi, University of Padova, Italy Ego-Dystonicity: Still Relevant to Our Understanding of Obsessions? David Veale, King’s College London, UK Coffee Cognitive Specificity in OCD. Paul Salkovsksis, University of Bath, UK

Symposium 81 Palais des Congrès: Salle Roseraie Imaging Methods and Their Potential for Treatment Improvement Convenor and Chair: Andrea Reinecke, University of Oxford, UK 09:00 09:20 09:40 10:00 10:30

Fronto-limbic Microstructure and Structural Connectivity in Patients Remitted From Major Depression Eni Becker, Radboud University Nijmegen, The Netherlands The Temporal Unfolding of Emotional Face Processing in Social Anxiety: A MEG Study Sharon Riwkes, Bar Ilan University, Israel The Effects of Acute Fluoxetine on Emotional Processing in Healthy and Clinically Depressed Adults and Adolescents Liliana Capitao, University of Oxford, UK Coffee Neural Processing in Panic Disorder and the Early Effects of Cognitive-Behaviour Therapy Andrea Reinecke, University of Oxford, UK


Saturday 28th September – Morning Symposium 82 Palmeraie Golf Palace: Salle Coupole Menara The Pervasiveness of Shame and Self-Criticism across Different Populations: the Importance of Developing Self Compassion Convenor & Chair: José Pinto-Gouveia, CINEICC Cognitive-Behavioral Research Centre, University of Coimbra, Portugal 09:00 09:20 09:40 10:00 10:30

The Impact of Shame Memories on Psychopathology in Adolescence: The Mediator Role of Shame Marina Cunha, Cognitive-Behavioral Research Centre, University of Coimbra; Instituto Superior Torga, Portugal Early Memories of Shame and of Lack of Safeness and Warmth and Depression: The Mediator Effect of Internal Shame Marcela Matos, CINEICC – Cognitive-Behavioral Research Centre, University of Coimbra, Portugal Feeling Safe, Active or Afraid? The Role of the Tripartite Model of Affect Regulation on the Development of Self-Criticism and Self-Compassion Paula Castilho, CINEICC – Cognitive-Behavioral Research Centre, University of Coimbra, Portugal Coffee Shame and Emotion Regulation Processes in Borderline Personality Disorder and Social Phobia Joana Duarte, CINEICC – Cognitive-Behavioral Research Centre, University of Coimbra, Portugal

Symposium 83 Palmeraie Golf Palace: Salle Diamond Culturally Sensitive Cognitive Behaviour Therapy (CS-CBT) Convenor: Farooq Naeem, St Marys Hospital, Isle of Wight, UK Chair: David Kingdon, Southampton University, UK 09:00 09:30 10:00 10:30

Cognitive Behaviour Therapy Across cultures: Challenges and Possibilities Shanaya Rathod, Southern Health NHS Foundation Trust, UK Adapting CBT to Psychosis: Results from Studies in the UK Peter Phiri, Southern Health NHS Foundation Trust, UK Coffee Adapting CBT to Depression: Evidence from Studies Nusrat Hussain, Senior Lecturer; University of Manchester, UK

Symposium 84 Palais des Congrès: Salle Palmeraie Prevention of Child Behaviour Problems and Couple Distress: Long-Term Outcomes Convenor: Robert McMahon, Simon Fraser University, Canada Chair: Kurt Hahlweg, TU Braunschweig, Germany 09:00 09:30 10:00 10.30

Ten Year Follow-up of a Randomized Controlled Trial of Triple P Group for Parent and Child Variables Kurt Hahlweg, TU Braunschweig, Germany Predicting Long-term Risk for Divorce Using Non-parametric Conditional Survival Trees Sarah Weusthoff, TU Braunschweig, Germany Coffee Long-term Prevention of Conduct Disorder: Young Adult Outcomes of the Fast Track Project Robert McMahon, Simon Fraser University, Canada

Symposium 85 Palais des Congrès: Salle Orangeraie New Developments in Understanding and Treating Bipolar Disorder Convenor and Chair: Steven Jones, Lancaster University, UK 09:00 09:20 09:40 10:00 10:30 10:50

The Role of Volition in the Biology of Bipolar Disorders: Biological Rhythm Stabilisation as an Example Greg Murray, Swinburne University, Australia Bipolar Disorder as a Two Edged Sword : A Qualitative Study to Understand the Positive Edge Fiona Lobban, Lancaster University, UK Quality of Life in Bipolar Disorder Erin Michalak, Lancaster University, UK Coffee Recovery Informed Therapy for Bipolar Disorder: The Results of an RCT Steven Jones, Lancaster University, UK Implementing Family Focused Therapy in Community Settings David Miklowitz, University of California at Los Angeles, USA

Symposium 86 Palmeraie Golf Palace: Salle Opale Virtual Reality and Augmented Reality Exposure Therapy: From Laboratory Studies to Clinical Controlled Trials Convenor and Chair: Katharina Meyerbröker, University of Amsterdam, the Netherlands 09:00 09:20 09:40 10:00 10:30 10:50

The Therapeutic Alliance In Virtual Reality Exposure Therapy In Patients With Panic Disorder And Agoraphobia Katharina Meyerbröker, University of Amsterdam, the Netherlands Virtual Reality Can Now Be Used With Patients Suffering From Complex Anxiety Disorders: Findings With OCD And GAD Stephane Bouchard, Université du Québec en Outaouais, Canada Enhancing Exposure Therapy in Specific Phobias: Experiments in Virtual Reality Andreas Mühlberger, University of Würzburg, Germany Coffee Serious Games: New Ways for Engaging Patients in Exposure Treatment Cristina Botella, Universidad Jaume I, Spain Participants’ Preferences About In Vivo Exposure versus Augmented Reality Exposure for the Treatment of Small Animal Phobia Rosa Baños, Universidad de Valencia, Spain


Saturday 28th September – Morning Communications Libres 2 Palmeraie Golf Palace: Salle Amthyste Président : Fatima Asri, Marrakech 09:00 09:15 09:30 09:45 10:00

Prise en Charge Cognitivo-comportementale de la Phobie de Déglutition Chez L’enfant. Fatine Fifani, Azrou, Morocco Efficacité d’un Atelier Comportemental et Cognitif, Centré sur le Bien-être et le Coping Envers la Douleur Chronique (Programme ABCD) Colette Aguerre, Université François Rabelais - EA 2114 PAV – Tours, France Difficile Observance Thérapeutique? Développement de la Motivation du Patient au Changement Serge Gozlan, CHU Brugmann, France De L’affirmation de Soi à L’estime de Soi Serge Gozlan, CHU Brugmann, France Validité de Critère du Questionnaire sur la Volonté D’entamer une Démarche de Perte de Poids Weight Loss Readiness Tool (WLRT-F) Caroline Cyr, Université de Sherbrooke, Royaume Uni

Special Interest Group 4 Palais des Congrès: Salle Amandier New Special Interest Group in Personality Disorders Convenor: Michele Procacci, Terzocentro de Psicoterapia, Italy Speakers: Michele Procacci, Terzocentro de Psicoterapia, Italy Arnoud Arntz, Maastricht University, The Netherlands Jean Cottraux, Lyon 1 University, France Charly Cungi, Clinique Belmont, Geneva , Switzerland Antonio Pinto, Department of Health, Naples, Italy

Special Interest Group 5 Palmeraie Golf Palace: Salle Rubis Evidence and Practice in Low Intensity CBT Convenor: Paul Rijnders, Indigo Zeeland, The Netherlands Speakers: Heleen Riper, VU University, The Netherlands Birgit Watzke, University of Zurich, Switzerland Marie Chellingsworth, The University of Exeter, UK Nathalie Haeck, Indigo Zeeland, The Netherlands Solfrid Raknes, Norway

Special Interest Group 6 Palmeraie Golf Palace: Ex Gymnasium Founding a New EABCT Special Interest Group on Training, Supervision and Therapist Development Convenor: Andreas Veith, Germany Speakers: Andreas Veith, Germany Other speakers to be confirmed

9.30 – 13.30 Poster Session 6 Behavioural Medicine and Appetitive Disorders Palais des Congrès The Role of Dysfunctional Attitudes in Recovery From Co-morbid Substance Use Disorders and Depression Frank Deane, University of Wollongong, Australia Profile of Addicted Patients who Re-enter Treatment Programmes Alfonso Arteaga, Universidad Pública de Navarra, Spain Is Medical Information Processed Differently if it is Perceived as Self-relevant and Threatening? A Case-control Study in Patients with Breast Cancer. Sarah Heisig, Department of Clinical Psychology and Psychotherapy, University Hamburg, Germany Effectiveness of Targeted Naltrexone and Outpatient Cognitive Behavioral Therapy for the Treatment of Alcohol Dependence: a Naturalistic Study Salla Vuoristo-Myllys, University of Helsinki, Finland White Matter Structural Changes of Obsessive Compulsive disorder: From the Aspects of Diffusion Tensor Imaging Kayo Okada, Department of Neuropsychiatry, Kyushu University, Japan Motivational Enhancement Therapy Reduces Drop-out Rate from Group Cognitive Behavioural Therapy for Bulimia Nervosa Outpatients: a Preliminary Study Michiko Nakazato, Research Center for Child Mental Development, Chiba University, Japan Affective Intra- and Cross-Modal Startle Response Modulation in Dental Phobia Andre Wannemueller, Dept. Clinical Psychology, Ruhr-University Bochum, Germany Somatoform Symptoms and Strategies of Emotion Regulation Michael Witthöft, Johannes Gutenberg-University of Mainz, Germany E-health and Patient Empowerment in Individuals with (Symptoms of) an Eating Disorder Jiska Aardoom, Center for Eating Disorders, The Netherlands


Saturday 28th September – Morning Forgiveness and Subjective Well-being as Predictors of Relationship Quality for Men and Women Ilze Plauca, University of Latvia, Latvia Cognitive Behavioral Group Psychotherapy for Weight Loss Aslihan Sayin, Psychiatry Department of Gazi University Hospital, Turkey Getting Entangled with Body Image: Development and Validation of a New Measure Cristiana Duarte, Cognitive-Behaviour Research Centre (CINEICC), University of Coimbra, Portugal Predictors of Body Appearance Cognitive Distraction During Sexual Activity In a Clinical Sample of Men and Women Patrícia Pascoal, Faculty of Psychology of the University of Lisbon, Portugal Bullying and Eating Psychopathology in Young Adolescents: The Impact of Body Shame and Psychological Inflexibility Cristiana Duarte, Cognitive-Behavioural Research Centre (CINEICC), University of Coimbra, Portugal Association Between Need and Satisfaction with Online Information and Psychological Distress, Self-efficacy, and Quality of Life in Cancer Patients and Their Relatives Romina Evelyn Recabarren, Department of Clinical Psychology, University of Fribourg, Switzerland Distress Tolerance Scale-Simons (DTS-S): Preliminary data for the Portuguese Version Lara Palmeira, Cognitive-Behavioural Research Centre (CINEICC), University of Coimbra, Portugal An Exploratory Model for Risk of Eating Disorders in Children of Buenos Aires: Preliminary Results Luciana Elizathe, Universidad de Buenos Aires, Argentina Early Shame Experiences, Shame and Antisocial Behaviour Carolina De Motta, Faculdade de Psicologia e de Ciências da Educação da Universidade de Coimbra, Portugal Preliminary Psychometric Properties of the Adaptation to Intimate Partner Violence Questionnaire in Two Spanish Samples Jose Antonio Carrobles, Universidad Autonoma de Madrid, Spain Infertile Couples Pursuing Medical Treatment, Fertile Couples and Infertile Couples Applying for Adoption: Are They Different Concerning Psychopathology? Marina Cunha, CINEICC, ISMT, Portugal Adult Attachment and Intimate Partner Violence Victimization and Perpetration José Antonio Carrobles, Universidad Autónoma de Madrid, Spain A Project on the Impact of Body Image Related Variables on the Psychophysiological Indicators of Human Sexual Response Patricia M. Pascoal, Faculty of Psychology, University of Lisbon, Portugal Is Body Dissatisfaction Enough to Explain Eating Psychopathology? The Role of Body Image-related Cognitive Fusion Lara Palmeira, CINEICC – Cognitive-Behavioral Research Centre, University of Coimbra, Portugal The Mediation Role of Body Appearance Cognitive Distraction on the Effect of Body Dissatisfaction in Sexual Pleasure in a Clinical Sample Patrícia Pascoal, Faculty of Psychology, Univesity of Lisbon, Portugal Emotional Regulation and Recognition in a Group of Overweight and Obese People Alice Maria Cenerelli, Istituto Miller. Italy Efficacy of a CBT Group Therapy for Body Dissatisfaction Christelle Crépin, Clinique Belmont, Switzerland Exploring Service Users and Professionals Views of CBT in Forensic Mental Health Hospital and the Processes of Generating a Manual David Kingdon, Central and Northwest London NHS Trust & University of Southampton, UK Nurse-delivered Collaborative Care for Depression and Long-term Physical Conditions: A Systematic Review and Meta-analysis David Ekers, Durham University, UK Depression and Grief in Spanish Family Caregivers of People with Acquired Brain Injury: The Roles of Social Support and Coping Elena López de Arroyabe, University of Deusto, Spain Preventing Side Effects of Adjuvant Endocrine Treatment in Breast Cancer? Design and First Results of a Randomized Controlled Trial Meike Shedden Mora, Department of Clinical Psychology and Psychotherapy, University of Hamburg, Germany The Cognition of Hunger in Obese People Lucio Sibilia, Sapienza University of Roma, Italy Risk of Completed Suicide after Bariatric Surgery Birgit Wagner, Medical University Leipzig, Germany Prize Reinforcement Contingency Management for Cocaine Dependence: A Swiss 24-week Randomized Controlled Trial: Preliminary Results Sylvie Petitjean, University of Basel, Switzerland Challenges in CBT for Anxiety and Depression in Chronic Respiratory Disorders Minna Hynninen, University of Bergen, Norway Intolerance to Emotions and Desire Thinking in Patients with Nicotine Addiction Flaviano Canfora, Cognitive Psychotherapy School and Research Center Studi Cognitivi, Italy Usability of Self-Other Focused Thinking Error Scale (SOFT) for Clinical Patients Reiko Hashimoto, Department of Neuropsychiatry, Kanazawa Medical University, Japan Can Cognitive Behavioural Interventions Alleviate the Experience of Side Effects and Distress in Breast Cancer Patients Undergoing Treatment? A Systematic Review Oana Cobeanu, Babes-Bolyai University, Romania

11.30 – 12.30 Keynote Speakers Palais des Congrès: Salle Roseraie

Compassion Focused Therapy and the Fear of Compassion Professor Paul Gilbert, University of Derby, UK Chair: Maria Do Céu Salvador, Coimbra University, Portugal Palais des Congrès: Salle Palmeraie

Prevention of Couple Distress and Child Behavioural Problems Professor Dr. Kurt Halhweg, University of Braunschweig, Germany Chair: Andrea Veith, EABCT Congress Organising Committee Palais des Congrès: Salle Oliveraie

Is There Anything We Can Learn from “Sufism” to Enhance Awareness and Understanding? Professor Mehmet Sungur, Medical Faculty of Marmara University, Istanbul Chair: Antonio Pinto, EABCT Congress Organising Committee, Italy Palais des Congrès: Salle Orangeraie

Thérapie Comportementale et Cognitive et Neurosciences : le défi du 21ème siécle Professor Jean Cottraux, Université de Lyon, France Chair: Fatima Zahra Sekkat, Rabat, Maroc


Saturday 28th September – Afternoon 14.00 – 15.30 (Coffee with be served at the end of the session/Café sera servi en fin de séance) Symposium 87 Palais des Congrès: Salle Orangeraie At Risk Mental States and Early Intervention in Bipolar Disorder Convenor: Matthias Schwannauer, University of Edinburgh, UK Chair: Andrew Gumley, University of Glasgow, UK Discussant: Paul French, University of Manchester 14:00 14:15 14:30 14:45 15:00

Developing Cognitive Interpersonal Therapy in Early Bipolar Disorder: Lessons from a Feasibility Randomised Controlled Trial Andrew Gumley, University of Glasgow, UK Adopting a Cognitive Interpersonal Therapeutic Approach to Treating the Early Phase of Bipolar Disorder Nicola Cogan, University of Glasgow, UK TBA Paul French, University of Edinburgh, UK Interpersonal Cognitive Therapy (CIT) Treatment for Young People with a First Episode Bipolar Affective Disorder: A Pragmatic Randomised Control Trial Matthias Schwannauer, University of Edinburgh, UK TBA Tania Lincoln, Universitaet Hamburg, Germany

Symposium 88 Palais des Congrès: Salle Roseraie Advancements in Research on Fears, Blocks and Resistances to Compassion Convenor: Francisca Catarino, Derbyshire Healthcare NHS Foundation Trust, UK Chair: Kirsten McEwan, University of Cardiff, UK 14:00 14:15 14:30 14:45 15:00

Fears of Happiness and Compassion in Relationship to Depression, Alexithymia and Attachment Security in a Depressed Sample. Paul Gilbert, University of Derby, UK The Origins of Fears of Compassion: Shame and Lack of Safeness Memories, Fears of Compassion and Psychopathology Marcela Matos, Cognitive-Behavioral Center for Research and Intervention, University of Coimbra, Portugal Compassionate Imagery Increases Physiological and Behavioural Indices of Threat in High Self-Critics Joana Duarte, Cognitive-Behavioral Center for Research and Intervention, University of Coimbra, Portugal Compassion Motivations: Distinguishing Submissive Compassion From Genuine Compassion and its Association With Depression, Anxiety and Stress Francisca Catarino, University of Cardiff, UK The Effects of Self-Criticism on Attentional Biases for Kind-Compassionate and Critical Facial Expressions and Evaluation of a ‘Compassion Game’ to Alter Attentional Biases and Promote Wellbeing Kirsten McEwan, University of Cardiff, UK

Symposium 89 Palais des Congrès: Salle Palmeraie Efficacy and Effectiveness of Child Behaviour Therapy Convenor and Chair: Manfred Doepfner, University of Cologne, Germany 14:00 14:20 14:40 15:00

Efficacy of the Treatment Program for Children with Aggressive Behavior: A Randomized Controlled Trial With an Active Control Group Manfred Doepfner, University of Cologne, Germany Efficacy of Guided Self Help for Parents of Children with Externalizing Behavior Problems: A Randomized Controlled Trial With an Active Control Group Christopher Hautmann, University of Cologne, Germany Guided Self Help For Parents of Children with ADHD: Concept and Effectiveness Elena Ise, University of Cologne, Germany Is Behavioural Treatment of Children and Adolescents in an Outpatient Setting Under Routine Care Conditions Effective? Daniel Walter, University of Cologne, Germany

Symposium 90 Palais des Congrès: Salle Oliveraie Emotional Processing in Trauma and Depression: Imagery and Exposure Chair: Congress Scientific Committee 14:00 14:15 14:30 14:45 15:00

Emotional Impact of Mental Imagery in Depression Stefanie M. Görgen, University of Mainz, Germany Emotional Intensity in Imagery Rescripting: Impact on Emotion Regulation and Intrusions Gitta Jacob, University of Freiburg, Germany How Eye Movements In EMDR Work: Support for the Reconsolidation Hypothesis Arne Leer, Utrecht University, the Netherlands Development of a CBT-based Grief Intervention for Dementia Caregivers Franziska Meichsner, Friedrich-Schiller-University Jena, Germany Visual Feedback In Written Imaginal Exposure for Post-traumatic Stress Arnold van Emmerik, University of Amsterdam, the Netherlands


Saturday 28th September – Afternoon Symposium 91 Palmeraie Golf Palace: Salle Opale Behavioural Medicine: Predicting Behaviour and Novel Self Help Approaches Chair: Nick Hawkes, Congress Scientific Committee 14:00 14:15 14:30 14:45 15:00

Adherence to Medical Treatment: Thalassaemia and Sickle Cell as an Exemplar Kofi Anie, Imperial College London, North West London Hospitals NHS Trust, UK Developing Self-Help Aimed at Improving Confidence and Reducing Social Anxiety Associated with Living with Vitiligo In Nigeria Andrew Thompson, University of Sheffield, UK A Randomised Controlled Feasibility Trial of Online Compassion and Mindfulness Self-help for Psoriasis Andrew Thompson, University of Sheffield, UK Five-Year Stability and Recurrence of Emotional Responses and Other Self-Reported Variables Martti T. Tuomisto, University of Tampere, Finland The Effects of an Expressive Writing Intervention on Distress Among Newly Diagnosed Prostate Cancer Patients Sjöfn Ágústsdóttir, University of Icleand, Iceland

Symposium 92 Palmeraie Golf Palace: Salle Coupole Menara Child Behaviour and Anxiety: Prevention and Intervention in the Community Chair: Congress Scientific Committee 14:00 14:20 14:40 15:00

STOP4-7, An Early Intervention Programme for Young Children with Serious Behavioural Problems Wim De Mey, Ghent University (+ STOP-team), Belgium School Resilience Program: From Crisis to Growth Prevention of PTSD and Building Life Skills Daniel Hamiel, Cohen HarrisCenter for Trauma and Disaster Intervention Klalit Health Services, Tel Aviv Mental Health Center, Tel Aviv University, Israel Combining a Parenting Programme and a Cognitive Behavioural Intervention for Mental Health Problems. Melanie Palmer, MRC/CSO Social and Public Health Sciences Unit and University of Auckland Effectiveness of CBT for Anxiety Disordered Children in Community Clinics Marianne Villabø, Center of Child and Adolescent Mental Health, Eastern and Southern Norway, Norway

Communications Libres 3 Palmeraie Golf Palace: Salle Amthyste Président: Kettani Said, Meknès 14:00 14:15 14:30 14:45 15:00

Ramadan: Est ce un Facteur de Rechute du Trouble Bipolaire? Siham Eddahby, Centre Psychiatrique Universitaire Ibn Rochd. Casablanca, Maroc Prise en Charge Neuro-cognitives de L’aphonie Psychogène Poste Traumatique a Travers les E-thérapie: étude de Cas en Milieu Clinique Algérien Lamia Benmoussa, Université d’Alger II, Algeria Aspects Theoriques et Pratiques des Interventions Cognitivo-Comportementales Portant sur les Formes Severes et Pathologiques d’anxiete Envers La Sante Morgiane Bridou, Université F. Rabelais de Tours, France Apports de la Thérapie Cognitive Analytique au Traitement des Stress Multiples et Chroniques Chez des Migrants Abdelhak el Ghezouani. France La Thérapie Cognitivo-Comportementale Face aux Différences Culturelles Smail Hafidi Alaoui, Université Med V Agdal, Rabat, EST-Salé. Maroc

Panel Discussion 5 Palmeraie Golf Palace: Salle Diamond Adapting CBT in Africa: What Is the Same and What Is Different? Convenor: Jamal Chiboub, Morrocan Association of CBT (AMTCC) Chair: Lydia Stone, British Association for Behavioural and Cognitive Psychotherapies, UK Discussant: Faramarz Hashempour, British Association for Behavioural and Cognitive Psychotherapies, UK Panel Members: Sofi Marom, Geha Mental Health Center, Israel Herial Mfangavo, Tanzania Association for Professional Counsellors & Psychotherapists (TAPCAP), Tanzania Pierre Philippot, Psychological Sciences Research Institute, Belgium Vincent Sezibera, National University of Rwanda, Rwanda

Clinical Roundtable 3 Palmeraie Golf Palace: Ex Gymnasium Neuroscience and CBT: From Laboratory to Clinical Setting Convenor: Tullio Scramali, University of Catania, Italy Chair: Mario Antonio Reda, University of Siena, Italy Discussant: Daniel David, Babes Bolay University, Romania Clinical Roundtable Members: Tullio Scrimali, University of Catania, Italy Damiana Tomasello, ALETEIA Clinical Centre, Italy Daniel David, Babes Bolay University, Romania Luca Canestri, Department of Mental Health, Italy

Special Interest Group 7 Palais des Congrès: Salle Amandier


Saturday 28th September – Afternoon CBT and EMDR: Contributions to Trauma Convenor: Claudia Massolo, Beck Institute, Italy Speakers: Claudia Massolo, Beck Institute, Rome, Italy Antonio Pinto, Department of Health, Naples, Italy Isabel Fernandez, EMDR Italy Association, Italy

Special Interest Group 8 Palmeraie Golf Palace: Salle Rubis OCD: Update and Recent Findings from Research and Clinical Practice Convenor: Antonio Pinto, Department of Health, Napels, Italy Speakers: Guy Doron, Interdisciplinary Center (IDC) Herzliya, Israel Antonio Pinto, Department of Health, Naples, Italy Others to be confirmed

16.00 – 16.45 Closing Keynote Palais des Congrès: Salle Roseraie

Emotional Schemas and Cognitive Behavioral Therapy: An Integrative Social Cognitive Model Professor Robert Leahy, American Institute of Cognitive Therapy, USA

17.00 Closing Ceremony



EABCT 2013 Congress - Final Programme