Welcome to the Cambridge Clinical Research Centre in Affective Disorders
The Cambridge Clinical Research Centre in Affective Disorders (C2:AD) was established in 2009 to support research that improves understanding and treatment of affective disorders such as depression, anxiety, and post-traumatic stress reactions.
The research emphasis is on the development and evaluation of clinical interventions for affective disorders that have a strong translational grounding in basic mind and brain sciences.
C2:AD is a partnership between the Medical Research Council Cognition and Brain Sciences Unit (MRC CBSU), Cambridgeshire and Peterborough NHS Foundation Trust (CPFT) and the University of Cambridge, created to foster collaboration and synergy between NHS clinical practitioners and clinical researchers from academic departments, with input from service-users and carers.
- Podcast: Tim Dalgleish on transdiagnostic approaches to human distress following trauma
- The neural basis of interoception across psychiatric disorders
- Trauma-focused Cognitive Therapy for acute PTSD in children
- The Memory Flexibility (MemFlex) intervention for depression
- Improving identification of very young children with PTSD
- Helping to reduce depressive relapse
- New research: Transdiagnostic approaches to mental health
- June C2:AD Seminar – Be careful what you wish for: Personal goals and psychological distress.
- CLIMB – the Mental Health Data Pathfinder has launched!
- C2:AD April Seminar