Seminars and events
C2:AD host a number of seminars and events throughout the year which cover a variety of fields. These events are open to anyone who wishes to attend. This includes mental health professionals, researchers, students, service-users and carers.
Unless otherwise stated, the venue for all events will be the Herchel Smith Building for Brain and Mind Sciences on the Forvie site at Addenbrooke’s Hospital in Cambridge (see location) from 12.30 – 1.30.
If you have any queries, please contact email@example.com.
|We are currently planning for seminars to resume in the 2021-2022 academic year. Details will be released closer to that time.|
Seminars were suspended due to COVID-19.
February 2020: Adolescent social anxiety disorder: understanding psychological mechanisms as a way to improve treatment outcomes. Dr Eleanor Leigh (University of Oxford).
Remaining seminars were suspended due to COVID-19.
December 2019: Autobiographical Memory in Clinical Practice Discussion Panel
November 2019: Understanding the transition from suicidal thoughts to suicidal attempts. Professor Rory O’Connor (University of Glasgow).
October 2019: Creating psychological models of pathological worrying. Professor Graham Davey (University of Sussex).
July 2019: Workshop: The Newcastle Complexity Model. Dr Stephen Barton (Newcastle).
June 2019: Be careful what you wish for: personal goals and psychological distress. Dr Nick Moberly (University of Exeter).
April 2019: Measurement in psychotherapy outcome and process research: Old obstacles and new developments. Gary Brown (Royal Holloway).
March 2019: Workshop: New developments: Cognitive-behavioural therapies for OCD. Dr Jan van Niekerk (C2AD).
December 2018: Integrating research into the clinic: An update. Rachel Elliott (C2AD) & Dr Youngsuk Kim (CPFT).
November 2018: Workshop: Regulating emotion in therapy with people with persistent depression. Dr Richard Moore.
November 2018: Workshop: Formulation in persistent depression. Dr Richard Moore.
November 2018: Improving how we understand and support the mental health needs of looked after children: Evidence from the C-CATS project. Rachel Hiller (University of Bath).
September 2018: Integrating ICBT into practice. Dr Jill Newby (UNSW).
September 2018: Conference on Transdiagnostic approaches to Mental health challenges. (MRC: Cognition and Brain Sciences Unit). Please click here for conference information.
June 2018: There is more to compulsions than meets the eye. Christine Purdon (University of Waterloo).
May 2018: School exclusion and mental health. Tamsin Ford (University of Exeter).
April 2018: A manifesto for psychological health and wellbeing. Peter Kinderman (University of Liverpool).