Nick Moberly (Mood Disorders Centre, University of Exeter). Be careful what you wish for: Personal goals and psychological distress. Personal goal pursuits provide structure and meaning to life and contribute to affective and cognitive experience. Control theory (‘cybernetic’) accounts suggest that negative affect and rumination signal that rates of progress on important goals are unsatisfactory. […]
The CLIMB Project is a Mental Health Data Pathfinder grant funded by the Medical Research Council. Seven research teams are collaborating to bring together psychiatrists, clinical data experts, computational biologists and teams with expertise in cognitive neuroscience, experimental medicine and immunopsychiatry. The project combines the expertise of the University of Cambridge and Cambridge and Peterborough […]
For the April C2:AD seminar, we will be hosting: Gary Brown ( Royal Holloway). Measurement in psychotherapy outcome and process research: Old obstacles and new developments. The central challenge of clinical research is to translate findings from study samples that aggregate across individuals to the idiosyncratic needs of those seeking services. This depends critically on (1) […]
C2:AD Workshop – New developments: Cognitive-behavioural therapies for OCD. Dr Jan van Niekerk. Most clinicians are familiar with exposure and response prevention treatment and cognitive appraisal model CBT for OCD. However, many are not familiar with newer models such as inference-based therapy, metacognitive therapy and ACT. The workshop will aim to clarify OCD DSM-5 diagnosis, […]
Friday 1st February 12.30 – 1.30pm Herchel Smith Building on the Forvie site at Addenbrooke’s Hospital in Cambridge http://c2ad.mrc-cbu.cam.ac.uk/location Please note that no registration is required for this event, and that parking is limited. We are delighted to be hosting Professor Graham Davey from the University of Sussex. Creating psychological models of pathological worrying. More information about Professor Davey […]
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Have you ever been to an inspiring training workshop but struggled to regain that inspiration once you were back in your usual work place? Or found your regular supervisor is not familiar with the new approach from the workshop? If so, welcome to “Traipervision”, a new format of CPD which aims to bridge the gap […]
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We are please to be hosting 2 practical skills workshops in addition to the regular C2:AD Seminar series. Dr Richard Moore will be presenting two practical skills workshops to offer clinicians an interactive experience to learn and practice clinical skills. The Workshops: Friday 5th October 2018 – Formulation in Chronic Depression. Friday 16th November 2018 […]
Cambridge NIHR are running a series of free workshops on Patient and Public involvement for Researchers. Click here for more information.