Seminars and events
C2:AD Seminar Series
Talks are on Fridays and run from 12.30 to 1.30pm. These seminars are open to anyone who wishes to attend. This includes mental health professionals, researchers, students, service-users and carers.
Unless otherwise stated, the venue is the Herchel Smith Building for Brain and Mind Sciences on the Forvie site at Addenbrooke’s Hospital in Cambridge (see location). Please note that there is no parking available at the Herchel Smith Building or at the MRC Cognition and Brain Sciences Unit (CBU). If you have any queries, please contact email@example.com.
5th February 2016 1:30pm – 5pm
Half day workshop on Treatment of Complex PTSD
Presented by Dr Georgina Smith (MRC-CBU, The Havens, and London Trauma Specialists), this workshop will cover the presentation and treatment of complex PTSD. A model conceptualising complex PTSD will be presented, followed by a case series demonstrating the application of the model to treatment. Finally, participants will engage in formulating their own cases within the model, and have the opportunity to explore challenges in treatment delivery. This workshop will demonstrate how emerging research can shape service delivery, and is suitable for all those working with trauma-exposed individuals. The workshop is also open to students.
This is a free event. To register for the workshop, please email firstname.lastname@example.org expressing your interest, along with your name and organisation.
Please note this event will be held at the MRC Cognition and Brain Sciences Unit at 15 Chaucer Road, CB2 7EF.
Past events (2015)
6th February 2015: Transdiagnostic psychological intervention for mood and anxiety disorders
Professor Tim Dalgleish (C2:AD and MRC Cognition & Brain Sciences Unit)
6th March 2015: Understanding and enhancing treatments for children with anxiety disorders
Professor Jennifer Hudson (Centre for Emotional Health, Macquarie University, Australia)
17th April 2015: Treatment of PTSD in young children (Half day workshop at CBU)
Dr Ben Goodall (MRC Cognition & Brain Sciences Unit)
5th June 2015: Understanding the cognitive processes that maintain uncontrollable worry in Generalised Anxiety Disorder
Dr Colette Hirsch (Institute of Psychiatry, Kings College London)