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2018 conference theme is "CBT in a transdiagnostic and transmechanistic world".
This year's conference brings together a community of cognitive and behavioural therapy professionals to share knowledge, ideas and awareness of innovations and important issues in this field. AACBT is committed to delivering an exciting scientific and workshop program to inspire the CBT community to continue advancing the field.
New directions in clinical science have prompted a rethink of core therapy components, processes and approaches. The 2018 conference will focus on providing insight and education for health practitioners regarding how to integrate transdiagnostic and cutting-edge approaches into CBT practice across a range of clinical presentations.
Our keynote and invited speakers are world leaders who specialise in the use of the latest methods for enhancing the effectiveness of evidence-based interventions for common and comorbid problems such as anxiety, depression, sleep disorders and trauma. This conference will highlight the ways in which advances in clinical science and improvements in the understanding of core therapy processes can lead to new solutions to common problems.
We invite you to join us in learning how to approach these and other issues, using the latest science, and evidence-based practice.
Keynote & Invited speakers:
Professor Allison Harvey, University of California
Developing transdiagnostic psychological treatments for better practice
Professor Stefan Hofmann, Boston University
Emotion regulation strategies
Professor Emeritus Sue Spence, Griffith University
Using new technologies with youth emotional disorders
Professor Amanda Baker, University of Newcastle
Transdiagnostic treatment opportunities in addressing co-existing mental ill-health and substance use problems
Professor W. Kim Halford, University of Queensland (Master Clinician Session)
For the children: Working with high conflict separated parents
Tobyn Bell, Greater Manchester CBT Training Centre (NHS) (Master Clinician Session)
Developing an internal compassionate supervisor
Dr Madeline Romaniuk, Gallipoli Medical Research Foundation (Master Clinician Session)
Treating PTSD among veterans in the context of military culture and the adjustment to civilian life post service
Full details here: https://www.aacbt.org.au/workshop-program-2018/