47th CONGRESS OF THE EUROPEAN ASSOCIATIONFOR BEHAVIOURAL AND COGNITIVE THERAPIES
13 - 16 SEPTEMBER 2017 / LJUBLJANA - SLOVENIA

Organized by Turkish Association Of Cognitive and Behavioural Therapies

14 September 2017

HOURS HALLS CONTENT
08:30-10:00 Marmorna MASTERCLASS 1
CBT in Action for Postpartum Obsessions


Adam S. Radomsky, Concordia University
Urska 1 MASTERCLASS 2
Willpower Masterclass: Enhancing Cognitive Control to Improve Outcomes  


Frank Ryan, Imperial College London
Urska 2 SYMPOSIUM 1
Early Traumatization and Psychopathology: Mediating Factors and New Treatment Options


Organizer: Sabrina Boger, Ludwig-Maximilians-University
Chair: Gabriela Werner, Ludwig-Maximilians-University

Presenters:
Sabrina Boger, Ludwig-Maximilians-University
Gabriela Werner, Ludwig-Maximilians-University
Arnoud Arntz, University of Amsterdam
Bernet Elzinga, University of Leiden
Urska 3 IN-CONGRESS WORKSHOP 2
Metacognitive Therapy for Obsessive Compulsive Disorder


Peter Fisher, University of Liverpool
Urska 4 IN-CONGRESS WORKSHOP 1
The Significance of Psychological Flexibility in Understanding and Using the Therapeutic Relationship


Steven Hayes, University of Nevada
Pavodni mož 1 IN-CONGRESS WORKSHOP 7 (Free)
Affect Phobia Therapy


Joop Meijers, Hebrew University
Pavodni mož 2 SYMPOSIUM 2
Training and Supervision in CBT


Organizer: Anton-Rupert Laireiter, University of Vienny
Chair: Andreas Veith, Centre of Psychotherapy Dortmund

Presenters:
Ulrike Willutzki, University of Witten/Herdecke
Anton-Rupert Laireiter, University of Vienna
Christoph Flückiger, University of Zurich
Ann-Kathrin Deisenhofer, University of Trier

Organized by Special Interest Group on Training and Supervision in CBT
Open to all congress attendees
Pavodni mož 3 IN-CONGRESS WORKSHOP 6 (Free)
Internet-based CBT Interventions


Per Carlbring, Stockholm University
Pavodni mož 4 IN-CONGRESS WORKSHOP 3
If at First You Don't Succeed...: Pivoting After Mistakes in CBT with Youth


Robert Friedberg, Palo Alto University
Forum IN-CONGRESS WORKSHOP 5
Cognitive Hypnotherapy


Edmund Thomas Dowd, Kent State University 
Stebrna 1 IN-CONGRESS WORKSHOP 4
Incorporating Appetite Awareness Training into Cognitive Behavioral Treatment for Binge Eating and Bulimia


Linda Craighead,  Emory University
Stebrna 2 SKILLS CLASS 1
The CHESS Program Ten steps of RE-CBT - A Rational- Emotive Behavioral Approach for Treating Emotional Regulation Difficulties in Children


Nomi Dothan, -Nomi Dothan Clinic
10:00-10:30 Coffee Break
10:30-11:30 Marmorna CLINICAL ROUNDTABLE 1
Should CBT Procedures Target Trans-diagnostic Dysfunctions?


Organizer: Lucio Sibilia, Sapienza University & C.R.P.
Chair: Mehmet Sungur, Marmara University

Discussants:
Stefania Borgo, C.R.P.
Allison Harvey, University of California
Stefan Hofmann, Boston University
Adrian Wells, University of Manchester

Organized by Special Interest Group on Trans-Diagnostic Dysfunctions
Open to all congress attendees
Urska 1 SYMPOSIUM 4
A Novel Treatment for Adults who were Traumatized as Children: New Frontiers in Primary Care


Organizer: Dennis Pusch, Alberta Health Services
Chair: Dennis Pusch, Alberta Health Services

Presenters :
Keith Dobson, University of Calgary
Urska 2 SYMPOSIUM 3
The Role of Parental Psychopathology in Youth Anxiety and Depression: Risk Factors and Mechanisms


Organizer: Pete Lawrence, University of Reading
Chair: Pete Lawrence, University of Reading

Presenters:
Sam Cartwright-Hatton, University of Sussex
Belinda Platt, University Hospital Munich
Pete Lawrence, University of Reading
Urska 3 IN-CONGRESS WORKSHOP 2
Metacognitive Therapy for Obsessive Compulsive Disorder


Peter Fisher, University of Liverpool
Urska 4 IN-CONGRESS WORKSHOP 1
The Significance of Psychological Flexibility in Understanding and Using the Therapeutic Relationship


Steven Hayes, University of Nevada
Pavodni mož 1 IN-CONGRESS WORKSHOP 7 (Free)
Affect Phobia Therapy


Joop Meijers, Hebrew University
Pavodni mož 2 SYMPOSIUM 5
New Developments and Applications of Cognitive Bias Modification (CBM) in Addiction


Organizer: Mike Rinck, Radboud University Nijmegen
Chair: Charlotte E. Wittekind, University Medical Center Hamburg-Eppendorf

Presenters:
Eni S. Becker, Radboud University Nijmegen
Mike Rinck, Radboud University Nijmegen
Jasper A. J. Smits, The University of Texas at Austin
Charlotte E. Wittekind, University Medical Center Hamburg-Eppendorf
Pavodni mož 3 IN-CONGRESS WORKSHOP 6 (Free)
Internet-based CBT Interventions


Per Carlbring, Stockholm University
Pavodni mož 4 IN-CONGRESS WORKSHOP 3
If at First You do not Succeed...: Pivoting after Mistakes in CBT with Youth


Robert Friedberg, Palo Alto University
Forum IN-CONGRESS WORKSHOP 5
Cognitive Hypnotherapy


Edmund Thomas Dowd, Kent State University 
Stebrna 1 IN-CONGRESS WORKSHOP 4
Incorporating Appetite Awareness Training into Cognitive Behavioral Treatment for Binge Eating and Bulimia


Linda Craighead,  Emory University
Stebrna 2 SYMPOSIUM 6
The Role of CBT in Rehabilitation and Integration Process after Various Health Conditions


Organizer: Ana Petrovic, University Rehabilitation Institute Republic of Slovenia
Chair: Ana Petrovic, University Rehabilitation Institute Republic of Slovenia

Presenters:
Katja Zupancic, University Rehabilitation Institute Republic of Slovenia
Suzana Vrhovac, University Rehabilitation Institute Republic of Slovenia
Miha Rutar, University Rehabilitation Institute Republic of Slovenia
Ana Petrovic, University Rehabilitation Institute Republic of Slovenia
11:30-12:30 Marmorna KEYNOTE 1
The Pervasive Importance of Psychological Flexibility in Process Oriented Evidence-Based Practice


Steven Hayes, University of Nevada

Chair: Mehmet Z. Sungur, Marmara University
Urska 1 KEYNOTE 4
Diplomacy Meets Science: A Cognitive Insight on Conflict Transformation and Biosecurity-Related Policy-Making Negotiation Behavior


Mauro Galluccio, EANAM

Chair: Aimee Karam, Balamand University
Urska 3 PLENARY 2
Utilizing Spaces: Transdiagnostic Cognitive Therapy


Ulrich Stangier, Goethe University

Chair: Stefan Hofmann, Boston University
Urska 4 KEYNOTE 2
Doing the Best We Can: Principles and Practice of Bringing Better Psychological Help to Those Who Need it Most


Paul Salkovskis, University of Bath

Chair: Anke Ehler, the University of Oxford
Pavodni mož 1 PLENARY 1
An Anatomy of Compulsions


Christine Purdon, the University of Waterloo

Chair: Fügen Neziroğlu, Bio-Behavioral Institute 
Pavodni mož 3 PLENARY 3
Death Anxiety, Existential Issues and Abnormal Behaviour


Rachel Menzies, University of Sydney

Chair: Thomas Heidenreich, Esslingen University
Pavodni mož 4 KEYNOTE 3
Good Practice of Schema Therapy for Borderline Personality Disorder: What are the Basic Elements?


Arnoud Arntz, University of Amsterdam

Chair: Keith S. Dobson,  University of Calgary
12:30-13:30 Lunch Break & Open Paper and Poster Sessions
12:30-13:30 Urska 1 OPEN PAPER 1- Anxiety Disorders
Chair: Thomas Heidenreich, Esslingen University

(1154) The fear circuit activity and connectivity patterns during a  therapy-like extinction session
Ana Ganho-Ávila, University of Coimbra

(1222) The 5-HTTLPR genotype, fear and extinction learning and the outcome of exposure-based one-session fear treatments
Andre Wannemueller, Ruhr-Universität Bochum

(1203) Autonomy as vulnerability for anxiety: Results from two laboratory-based studies
Laura E. Kunst, Tilburg University

(1215) Feedback informed cognitive behavioural therapy for children and adolescents with anxiety disorders
Liesbeth Telman, University of Amsterdam
Urska 2 OPEN PAPER 3-Eating Disorders
Chair:
Feyza Bayraktar, Bogazici University

(1033) Comparative Assessment of Overeating Episode Phenomenology among Patients with Eating Disorders, Depression and Healthy Adults
Irina Makhortova, LLC "LION-MED"

(1230) Early memories of involuntary submissiveness and fear of negative evaluation predict eating disorder symptoms through modifiable psychological processes
Nuria Mallorqui-Bague, Hospital Universitari Bellvitge-IDIBELL-CIBERobn & King's College London

(1137) To deliver or NOT to deliver CBT for eating disorders: are we on the right track or drifting away from evidence-based techniques?
Sandra Mulkens, Maastricht University

(1037) The Mediating Role of Metacognitions, Beliefs About Emotions and Distress Intolerance in Dysfunctional Eating Attitudes: A Model Testing
Zehra Çakır, Hacettepe University
Pavodni mož 2 OPEN PAPER 2-Child and Adolescent Disorders
Chair:
Maria Do Céu Salvador, Universidade de Coimbra

(1177) Cognitive Bias as a Mediator in the Relation Between Fear-Enhancing Parental Behaviors and Anxiety Symptoms in Children: A Cross-Sectional Study
Lorraine Fliek, Maastricht University

(1258) The effect of adding Coping Power Program-Sweden to Parent Management Training- Effects and moderators in a randomized controlled trial
Maria Helander, Karolinska Institutet

(1032) The effect of child-parent relationship therapy (CPRT) (play therapy) on Reduction of children's severity of signs and symptoms with separation anxiety disorder
Roya Ahmadizadeh, Zanjan University

(1209) Treating anxiety-disordered children by working with parents
Vanessa Cobham, University of Queensland
Forum OPEN PAPER 4-RET and New Wave Therapies
Chair:
Erhan Ertekin, Istanbul University, Istanbul Medical Faculty, Psychiatry Department

(1216) The Effect of a Psychoeducation Program Based on Rational Emotive Behavioral Approach upon Children's Aggressiveness Levels
Ali Çekiç, Gaziantep University

(1193) Examining the Activation of Schemas  for Patients with Depressive Symptoms
Burcu Sevim, BS Eğitim ve Pskolojik Danışmanlık

(1120) Perceived Maternal Parenting and Self-Compassion as Predictors of Psychological Distress during Adolescence
Meryem Temel, Maltepe University

(1221)Metacognitive therapy for depression: A randomized controlled trial. One year follow-up.
Odin Hjemdal, Norwegian University
Stebrna 1 OPEN PAPER 5-Transdiagnostic Issues
Chair:
Lucio Cibilla, Sapienza University & C.R.P.

(1197) Autonomy-connectedness: A transdiagnostic, gender-sensitive  target factor for attachment-based, gender- and culture-sensitive treatment: Evidence and treatment characteristics
Bekker MHJ, Tilburg University

(1182) Evaluation of Performance After Final Exams: Roles of Perfectionism, Fear of Failure, Goal Achievement and Affect
Cennet Yastıbaş, Dokuz Eylul University

(1030) Is cognitive attentional syndrome just about ruminations and metacognitive beliefs? A validity study of this transdiagnostic construct in a Polish sample
Joachim Kowalski, University of Warsaw

(1238) Is repetitive negative thinking (RNT) truly a transdiagnostic phenomenon ? A comparison of processes and contents of RNT in major depressive disorder, generalized anxiety disorder, obsessive-compulsive disorder and non-clinical individuals.
Karina Wahl, University of Basel
Stebrna 2 OPEN PAPER 6-Prevention and Mental Health
Chair:
Christine Favre, Clinique romande de réadaptation

(1196) A Prevention Application: Dialectical Behavioral Therapy Skills Training for University Students
A. Meltem Üstündağ-Budak, Bahçeşehir University

(1035) Factors Associated with Low vs Increased Perceived Mastery of Clinical Work:
A 20-year Cohort study of Norwegian Doctors
Anna Belfrage, University of Oslo

(1226) Prevention of Initial Depressive Disorders among Portuguese Adolescents
Eiríkur Örn Arnason, University of Iceland

(1254) The Investigation of the Effects of Psycho-Education Program of Developing the Psychological Resiliency Based on Cognitive-Behavioural Approach over the Psychological Resiliency, Irrational Beliefs and Subjective Well-Being Levels of Adolescents.
Hatice Geyik, Ministry of Education
12:30-14:30 Marmorna DEBATE 1
Future of CBT: Process-Based, Emotion-Based and Transdiagnostic Approaches


Steven Hayes, University of Nevada
Paul Salkovskis, University of Bath
Stefan Hofmann, Boston University
Robert Leahy, American Institute for Cognitive Therapy
Mehmet Z. Sungur, Marmara University
Urska 1 IN-CONGRESS WORKSHOP 12
Enhancing CBT Homework with Collaborative Empiricism and Socratic Dialogue: A Practical Workshop


Nikolaos Kazantzis, Monash University
Urska 2 IN-CONGRESS WORKSHOP 10
Rediscovering Willpower: The Key to Successful Outcomes in Addiction and Substance Misuse 


Frank Ryan, Imperial College London
Urska 3 IN-CONGRESS WORKSHOP 11
Updating Trauma Memories with Cognitive Therapy for PTSD


Anke Ehlers, the University of Oxford 
Urska 4 IN-CONGRESS WORKSHOP 8
Metacognitive Therapy for Generalized Anxiety and Worry


Adrian Wells, University of Manchester
Pavodni mož 1 IN-CONGRESS WORKSHOP 9
Good Practice of In Vivo and Imaginal Exposure Therapy


Jonathan Huppert, The Hebrew University
Pavodni mož 2 IN-CONGRESS WORKSHOP 13 (Free)
Thinking Effectively About Mood Swings (TEAMS) - Cognitive Therapy for Mood Swings and Bipolar Disorders


Sara Tai, the University of Manchester
Pavodni mož 3 IN-CONGRESS WORKSHOP 14 (Free)
Special Topics in the Treatment of OCD in Children and Adolescents


Elna Yadin, University of Pennsylvania and Child Study Institute
Pavodni mož 4 CLINICAL ROUNDTABLE 2
Integrated Health Care: Using CBT to Unite and Enhance Treatment


Organizer: Robert D. Friedberg, Ph.D., ABPP, ACT, Center for the Study and Treatment of Anxious Youth at Palo Alto University
Chair: Micaela A. Thordarson, Ph.D., Geisinger Health Systems

Discussants:
Alan R. Miller, PhD, MBA, Wellspan Health
Sirirat Ularntinon, MD, Queen Sirikit National Institute of Child Health
Douglas Turkington, MD, Institute of Neuroscience, Newcastle University
Micaela A. Thordarson, PhD, Geisinger Health Systems
Forum SYMPOSIUM 7
Integrating CBT principles in Youth Mental Health Promotion, Prevention, and Treatment


Organizer: Urša Malešič, The Youth Health Resort Rakitna
Chair: Urša Malešič, The Youth Health Resort Rakitna

Presenters:
Jerica Radež, The Youth Health Resort Rakitna
Sandra Smiljanić, The Youth Health Resort Rakitna
Urša Malešič, The Youth Health Resort Rakitna
Stebrna 1 SYMPOSIUM 8
Effective Cognitive Behavioural Therapy for Treatment-resistant Depression, and Relapse Prevention


Organizer: Inga Hrefna Jónsdóttir, Reykjalundur Rehabilitation Centre
Chair: Rósa María Guðmundsdóttir, Reykjalundur Rehabilitation Centre

Presenters:
Pétur Hauksson, Private Practice in Psychiatry
Anna Kristín Thorsteinsdóttir, Reykjalundur Rehabilitation Centre
Sif Jónsdóttir, Reykjavík University
Katrín Sara Hinriksdóttir, Reykjavík University
Stebrna 2 SYMPOSIUM 9
Combining Neuropsychology and CBT in Young Patients after TBI and Stroke


Organizer: Neuropsychology group in rehabilitation, University Rehabilitation Institute
Chair: Barbara Starovasnik Žagavec, University Rehabilitation Institute

Presenters:
Urša Čižman Štaba, University Rehabilitation Institute
Vesna Mlinarič Lešnik, University Rehabilitation Institute
Barbara Starovasnik Žagavec, University Rehabilitation Institute
14:30-15:00 Coffee Break
15:00-16:30 Marmorna MASTERCLASS 4
Making CBT Real and Relevant with Distressed Youth


Robert Friedberg,  Palo Alto University
Urska 1 IN-CONGRESS WORKSHOP 12
Enhancing CBT Homework with Collaborative Empiricism and Socratic Dialogue: A Practical Workshop


Nikolaos Kazantzis, Monash University
Urska 2 IN-CONGRESS WORKSHOP 10
Rediscovering Willpower: The Key to Successful Outcomes in Addiction and Substance Misuse 


Frank Ryan, Imperial College London
Urska 3 IN-CONGRESS WORKSHOP 11
Updating Trauma Memories with Cognitive Therapy for PTSD


Anke Ehlers, the University of Oxford 
Urska 4 IN-CONGRESS WORKSHOP 8
Metacognitive Therapy for Generalized Anxiety and Worry


Adrian Wells, University of Manchester
Pavodni mož 1 IN-CONGRESS WORKSHOP 9
Good Practice of In Vivo and Imaginal Exposure Therapy


Jonathan Huppert, The Hebrew University
Pavodni mož 2 IN-CONGRESS WORKSHOP 13 (Free)
Thinking Effectively About Mood Swings (TEAMS) - Cognitive Therapy for Mood Swings and Bipolar Disorders


Sara Tai, the University of Manchester
Pavodni mož 3 IN-CONGRESS WORKSHOP 14 (Free)
Special Topics in the Treatment of OCD in Children and Adolescents


Elna Yadin, University of Pennsylvania and Child Study Institute
Pavodni mož 4 MASTERCLASS 3
Trial Based Cognitive Therapy : A Novel CBT Approach for Treating Psychiatric Disorders


Irismar Reis De Oliveira, Federal University of Bahia
Forum SKILLS CLASS 2
Emotion Dysregulation in Binge Eating Disorder: Teaching Adaptive Emotion Regulation Skills in Therapy


Feyza Bayraktar, Bogazici University
Stebrna 1 SYMPOSIUM 10
Innovations in the Treatment of Social Anxiety Disorder


Organizer: Johanna Boettcher, Freie Universitaet
Chair: Babette Renneberg, Freie Universitaet

Presenters:
Johanna Boettcher, Freie Universitaet
Per Carlbring, Stockholm University
Emma Warnock-Parkes, King's College
Ulrike Willutzki, Private Universitaet Witten
Stebrna 2 SYMPOSIUM 11
Current Challenges and Future Directions in the Prevention of Youth Depression


Organizer: Belinda Platt, Ludwig-Maximilians University of Munich
Chair: Belinda Platt, Ludwig-Maximilians University of Munich

Presenters:
Sanne Rasing, University of Utrecht
Johanna Loechner, LMU University of Munich
Tracy Gladstone, Wellesley College
Patrick Poessel, University of Louisville
16:30-17:30 Marmorna KEYNOTE 6
When Best Practice Isn't Best Practice: Enhancing the Acceptability of CBT for Anxiety Disorders and Related Problems


Adam S. Radomsky,  Concordia University 

Chair: Christine Purdon, the University of Waterloo 
Urska 3 KEYNOTE 8
Disseminating Child and Adolescent CBT in Skilled Hands: The Importance of Good Practice


Robert Friedberg,  Palo Alto University

Chair: Maria Do Céu Salvador, Universidade de Coimbra
Urska 4 KEYNOTE 7
The Training and Dissemination of CBT for Depression: Past Failures and Lessons Learned


Keith S. Dobson, University of Calgary

Chair: Nikolaos Kazantzis, Monash Universitys
Pavodni mož 1 PLENARY 5
Existential Issues in CBT: Current State and Future Perspectives


Thomas Heidenreich, Esslingen University

Chair: Rachel Menzies, University of Sydney
Pavodni mož 3 PLENARY 4
Good Practices in the Treatment of BDD


Fügen Neziroğlu, Bio-Behavioral Institute

Chair: David Veale, King's College
Pavodni mož 4 KEYNOTE 5
Infidelity and Its Consequences: Is It Possible to Rebuild Trust Following the Affair?


Mehmet Z. Sungur, Marmara University

Chair: Arthur Freeman, Touro College