CALL FOR PAPERS
1st JUNE 2018 | CALL FOR PAPERS OPENS
Symposia, half day in-conference workshops, panel debates, clinical roundtables, technical demonstrations, open papers and poster presentations.
6th JANUARY 2019 | CALL FOR PAPERS HAS CLOSED
For symposia, half day in-conference workshops, panel debates, clinical roundtables, technical demonstrations and open papers.
17th FEBRUARY 2019 | CALL FOR POSTERS HAS CLOSED
All contributors of successful submissions received before 6th January 2019 will be notified in time for them to register at the ‘early-bird’ rate, the deadline for which is the 28th March 2019. Please note however, those presenters who require a visa to attend the Congress should apply for this well in advance of the deadline. Please click here for further visa information.
Poster submissions received after 6th January 2019 will be notified after the closure of the ‘early-bird’ rate.
Information on Invited Address speakers as well as Pre-Congress Workshops will be available in June 2018.
The full final programme will be available prior to the Congress on the website.
The programme of In-Congress workshops will also be available in advance of the Congress so that delegates are able to pre-book these when registering for the Congress on-line.
The Congress will cover, among many others, the following areas:
Anxiety Disorders – Social Anxiety
Anxiety Disorders – Specific Phobia / GAD / Panic
Basic Processes / Experimental Psychopathologiy
Body Dysmorphic Disorder
Behavioral Medicine & Health Anxiety
CBT in Old Age and Neurobehavioral Disorders
Children – Externalising Disorders
Children – Internalising Disorders
Children – Neurodevelopmental and Other Disorders
Cross-cultural and international issues
Depression: psychotherapeutic processes
Depression: Treatment & Applied Issues
Habit Disorders Tic, Tourette, Autism spectrum
Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities
Long term conditions
Marital and family
New Developments and Young Scientists
Obsessive Compulsive Disorder
Psychosexual functioning, disorders and identity issues
Therapeutic Processes in CBT
Training and Supervision