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Thursday, July 18th                         Morning In-Congress Workshops (10.15-13.45)

Workshop 1          Self-Reflection and Self-Experience in Combined CBT and Schematherapy Training
Marie Ociskova and Jan Prasko, University Hospital and Palacky University Olomouc, Czech Republic

Workshop 2          Schema Therapy for Children and Adolescents (ST-CA)
Christof Loose, Psychotherapy Practice and Centre for Schema Therapy Dusseldorf, Germany

Workshop 3          Cognitive Behavioral Analysis System of Psychotherapy (CBASP) for the Treatment of Chronic Depression: A Global Perspective.
Jan Philipp Klein, Lübeck University, Germany and Favorite Todd, University of Michigan, USA

Workshop 4          Advances in CBT for Perfectionism
Roz Shafran, UCL  Institute of Child Health, UK,  Tracey Wade, Flinders University, Australia and Sarah Egan, Curtin University, Australia.

Thursday, July 18th              Afternoon In-Congress Workshops (14.00-17.00)

Workshop 5          Schema Therapy
Arnoud Arntz, University of Amsterdam, the Netherlands

Workshop 6          From Skill to Specialism: Increasing Expertise as a CBT Supervisor
Sarah Corrie, Central and North West London NHS Trust, UK  and David Lane, Professional Development Foundation, UK

Workshop 7          A Resilience Universal Program to Prevent Psychopathology and its Application to the Clinic
Daniel Hamiel, Cohen Harris Resilience Center Tel Aviv Israel and Interdisciplinary Center Herzlia Israel

Workshop 8          Treating the Fear of Cancer Recurrence: Conquer Fear
Louise Sharpe, The University of Sydney, Australia

Workshop 9          Involving Parents in the Treatment of Young Adults with Anxiety Disorders
Anne Marie Albano, and Lauren Hoffman, Columbia University, USA

Workshop 10        Integrative CBT for Bipolar Disorder
Cory Newman, University of Pennsylvania, USA & Robert Reiser, University of California, USA

Workshop 11        Internet- und mobilbasierte Versorgungskonzepte in der Praxis: eine 360°-Perspektive
Sandra Schlicker and Ingrid Titzler, Friedrich-Alexander-Universität Erlangen-Nürnberg. Germany

Friday, July 19th          Morning In-Congress Workshops (10.15-13.45)

Workshop 12        An Introduction to Process-Based Acceptance and Commitment Therapy
Steve Hayes, University of Nevada, USA

Workshop 13        Exposure Therapy Applied to Eating Disorders: Terrified Patients and Anxious Clinicians
Carolyn Becker, Trinity University, USA and Glenn Waller, University of Sheffield, UK

Workshop 14        Facilitating Emotion Regulation in Cognitive Therapy for Persistent Depression
Richard Moore, Private Practice, UK

Workshop 15        Cognitively Focused Treatment for OCD in the Context of Comorbid Mood and Anxiety Disorders
Maureen Whittal, Vancouver CBT Centre and University of British Columbia, Canada

Workshop 16        Recovery Oriented Cognitive Therapy for Individuals without Insight
Aaron Brinen, Drexel University School of Medicine, USA

Workshop 17      Cognitive-behavioral Couple-based Treatment of Depression
Donald Baucom, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, USA and  Melanie Fischer, Heidelberg University, Germany

Workshop 18        Mindful Parenting
Susan Bögels , University of Amsterdam, the Netherlands

Workshop 19        Cognitive Behaviour Therapy for Decision Making: Helping Clients Avoid Problematic Choices
Robert Leahy, American Institute for Cognitive Therapy, USA

Workshop 20        Prozessbasierte kognitive Therapie bei körperdysmorpher Störung
Viktoria Ritter and Ulrich Stangier, Goethe University Frankfurt, Germany

Friday, July 19th          Afternoon In-Congress Workshops (14.00-17.00) 

Workshop 21        A Cognitive-Behavioral Approach to Weight Loss and Maintenance
Judith Beck, Beck Institute for Cognitive Behavioural Therapy, USA

Workshop 22        A Practical Guide to Adapting Cognitive and Behavioural Therapies for Muslim Service Users
Andrew Beck, University of Manchester, UK

Workshop 23        Integrating and Optimising Imagery Rescripting in PTSD – from Practice to Research to Practice
Sharif El-Leithy, Traumatic Stress Service, UK & Hannah Murray, University of Oxford, UK

Workshop 24        Crisis Response Planning for Preventing Suicidal Behavior
David Rozek, University of Utah, USA

Workshop 25        Zwischenmenschliche Baustellen im Therapiezimmer: Die Behandlung interpersoneller Probleme in der Einzel- und Gruppentherapie.
Anne Guhn, Charité – Universitätsmedizin Berlin, Germany

Saturday, July 20th          Morning In-Congress Workshops (10.15 am -13.45 pm)

Workshop 26       Compassion-Focused and Vulnerability training for Gender and Sexual Minority Clients
Matthew Skinta, Independent Practice, USA  and Nicola Petrocchi, John Cabot University, Italy

Workshop 27       The Willpower Workshop: Seven Steps to Sustaining Therapeutic Change
Frank Ryan, Imperial College, UK

Workshop 28       Brief Behavioural Activation (Brief BA) for Adolescent Depression
Laura Pass and Shirley Reynolds, University of Reading, UK

Workshop 29       Comprehensive Behavioral Intervention for Tics
Douglas Woods, Marquette University, USA   and Matthew Capriotti, San Jose State University, USA

Workshop 30        Schema Therapy for Chronic Depression
Alexandra Schosser, Medical University Vienna, Austria

Workshop 31       Inference-based Therapy for OCD
Kieron O’Connor, University of Montreal, Institute of Mental Health and Henny Visser, Marina de Wolf Centre, the Netherland

Workshop 32       iMAgery Focused Therapy for Psychosis (iMAPS)
Christopher Taylor, Pennine Care NHS Foundation Trust & the University of Manchester, UK

Workshop 33        From Critical Self to Compassionate Self:  A Self-Practice/Self-Reflection Workshop for Therapists
James Bennett-Levy, University of Sydney, Australia

Workshop 34       Lebensrückblickinterventionen mit Älteren
Barbara Rabaioli-Fischer, Psychotherapeutische Praxis, München, Germany

Saturday, July 20th          Afternoon In-Congress Workshops (14.00 pm -17.00 pm)

Workshop 35       Culturally Adapting CBT for Diverse Populations: An Evidence-Based Approach
Wei-Chin Hwang, Claremont McKenna College and Independent Practice, USA

Workshop 36       Emotion Regulation Skill Development: A Transdiagnostic Approach for Young Adults with Co-Occurring Substance Use and Mental Health Disorders
Kate Hall, Deakin University, Australia

Workshop 37       Repairing Attachment-related Ruptures as a Tool to Treat Depressed and Suicidal Children and Adolescents
Guy Bosmans, KU Leuven, Belgium

Workshop 38       Conceptualising and Treating High-Risk and Complexity: What Does Dialectical Behaviour Therapy Have to Offer?
Michaela Swales, Bangor University, UK