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Division Clinical Psychology Annual Conference 2013

  1. 1. Division of Clinical Psychology Annual Conference 2013 5 & 6 December, The Royal York Hotel, York ‘Taking Care, Giving Care: Clinical Psychology in 2013’ Programme Thursday 5th December Events Centre DCP Stream 08:00 09:00 Wedgewood DCP Stream Registration Opens: Oak Room Crown FacCHP Stream Keynote Speaker Behaviour of people with learning disabilities described as challenging: a positive behaviour support approach Professor Peter McGill, Tizard Centre, University of Kent 10:00 LD symposium Symposium Preventing another Winterbourne View, starting in childhood - how do we support families who have a child who has a learning disability and behaviour that challenges, and enable those children to grow and develop and remain in their local communities? Innovations in Psychosis Thomas Christodoulides, NTW NHS Foundation Trust Faculty of Clinical Health Psychology Opening Address Angela Busuttil, Chair, Faculty of Clinical Health Psychology Session starts at 10:05 Paper 1: Cognitive therapy for people with schizophrenia spectrum disorders not taking antipsychotic medication: An RCT Symposium Involving patients and engaging staff: New
  2. 2. Heather Armstrong, Chair of the child Learning Disability Network & Geraldine White, Consultant Clinical Psychologist Paper 1: Early Intervention: Working with Families and Children at Risk of Behaviour that Challenges Nick Gore, Tizard Centre Paper 2: Preventing residential placement for young people with learning disabilities and behaviour that challenges Caroline Reid, Ealing Intensive Therapeutic and Short Break Service Thomas Christodoulides, NTW NHS Foundation Trust ways to get people involved - social media and beyond Paper 2: Is seeing believing? The process of change during cognitive behavioural therapy for distressing visual hallucinations Rea Wilson, NTW NHS Foundation Trust Paper 1: Survey of staff attitudes and practice around patient engagement in a clinical health psychology department Bethan Horsley, Graham Belchamber, Hastings & Eastbourne Patient Involvement Forum Paper 3: Recovery through psychological flexibility: ACT for psychosis in South London Louise Johns, Institute of Psychiatry Paper 2: Engaging service users and carers through social media, the four Ps: Policy, Practicalities, Pitfalls and Positives Stuart Whomsley, DCP Communication and PR Lead Paper3: Developmental stages in introducing social media to a clinical health psychology department Alesia Moulton-Perkins & Monika Tuite, East Sussex Pain management Service, Sussex Partnership NHS Trust Chair: Dorothy Frizzle 11:00 11.30 Refreshments & Exhibition – Oak Room & Events Centre Foyer Symposium Symposium Workshop Promoting positive outcomes for children with a learning disability by supporting the systems around them Fleur-Michelle Coiffait, North Derbyshire Child Development Service, Chesterfield Royal Hospital NHS Foundation Trust Access, non-attendance and clinical outcomes in IAPT services in the South West Adam Qureshi, Plymouth University Peninsula Schools of Medicine and Dentistry How to set up a Facebook page for patients in your service How staff can protect their personal facebook profile –showing you how to set up a secure separate professional facebook profile Setting up a closed facebook ‘group’ for patients to interact Setting up a public facebook Page to Paper 1: The relationship between parental locus of control and subjective wellbeing for Paper 1: Variation in access and outcomes to new psychological therapy services by age Sophie Pettit, Plymouth University Peninsula
  3. 3. parents who have a child with PMID Fleur-Michelle Coiffait, North Derbyshire Child Development Service, Chesterfield Royal Hospital NHS Foundation Trust Paper 2: The effectiveness of a learning disability specific group parenting programme for parents of preschool and school age children Catriona George, NHS Lothian CAMHS Learning Disability Service Paper 3: It’s us that change – Preliminary outcomes of an intensive support service for families of children with a learning disability Anna Trejnowska, NHS Lothian CAMHS Learning Disability Service 12:30 13:30 Schools of Medicine and Dentistry Paper 2: Access to care: is IAPT providing equitable care for patients across the deprivation spectrum? Adam Qureshi, Plymouth University Peninsula Schools of Medicine and Dentistry Paper 3: Improving access to psychological therapies (IAPT) evaluation study: Nonattenders Daniel Marshall, Plymouth University Peninsula Schools of Medicine and Dentistry share information with patients Alesia Moulton-Perkins, Sussex Partnership NHS Trust Chair: Monika Tuite To fully take part in this workshop it is recommended that you bring a tablet/laptop Paper 4: A comprehensive model of psychological services provision from primary care to more complex presentations and populations Gita Bhutani, Lancashire Care NHS Foundation Trust Lunch & Exhibition - Oak Room Lunch & Poster Session - Events Centre Foyer FacCHP AGM - Crown Keynote Speaker Keynote Speaker Challenging behaviour and severe intellectual disability: Useful concepts or barriers to progress? Professor Chris Oliver, Cerebra Centre for Neurodevelopmental Disorders, University of Birmingham Social Determinants and the Health of Children with Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities and their Parents Professor Eric Emerson, University of Sydney Chair: Noelle Robertson
  4. 4. Symposium Symposium Hull Workshop Behavioural phenotypes: From genes to families Chris Oliver, The Cerebra Centre for Neurodevelopmental Disorders, University of Birmingham 14:30 Mental health and Work Mark Gabbay, University of Liverpool Intensive interaction in a hospital setting Dr Chrissie Blackburn & Dr Anna Bodicoat, Hull University Paper 1: Challenging Behaviour in PhelanMcDermid syndrome Laurie Powis, The Cerebra Centre for Neurodevelopmental Disorders, University of Birmingham Paper 2: The relationship between emotion regulation and temper outbursts in individuals with neurodevelopmental disorders Kate Anne Woodcock, The Cerebra Centre for Neurodevelopmental Disorders, University of Birmingham Paper 1: Quantitative presentation: Fitnote database – mental health and work capability Mark Gabbay, University of Liverpool Chair: Angela Busuttil Paper 2: Experiences of Work with common mental health problems Roy Sainsbury, York University Paper 3: Managing mental health and employment: qualitative perspectives on factors supporting job retention Annie Irvine & Roy Sainsbury, University of York Paper 3: Social and sensory reinforcement in Angelman syndrome M Heald, The Cerebra Centre for Neurodevelopmental Disorders, University of Birmingham Paper 4: Parental stress and depression in mothers of children with a genetic syndrome and intellectual disability Dawn Adams, The Cerebra Centre for Neurodevelopmental Disorders, University of Birmingham 15.30 Refreshments & Exhibition – Oak Room & Events Centre Foyer
  5. 5. 17:00 17:40 Monte Shapiro Award Lecture People with learning disabilities and the Criminal Justice System Glynis Murphy, Tizard Centre, University of Kent The Accreditation of Psychological Therapy Services Catherine Dooley, DCP Exec; Esther CohenTovee, DCP L&M Chair & Lorna Farquharson, NAPT & CCQI LD Rapid Communications Workshop The experience of qualified nurses who work with individuals diagnosed with both learning disability and personality disorder Amy Lee, Liverpool University Basics of Tweeting Monika Tuite, Sussex Partnership NHS Partnership Trust; Jonathan Calder, BPS PR Team The effects of diagnostic labels on care staff’s perception of cause and emotional reactions to challenging behaviour Clive Gifford, Berkshire Healthcare NHS Foundation Trust 16:00 Chair: Alesia Moulton-Perkins To fully take part in this workshop it is recommended that you bring a tablet/laptop/smartphone The development of a Learning Disability Awareness training programme for IAPT staff Greg Taylor, Accrington IAPT Individual paper Familiar Faces: Improving services by exploring attendance patterns Helen Lewis & Ruth Pegler, South London and Maudsley NHS Foundation Trust 18:00 – 19:00 Wine and Canapé Networking Reception & Posters Events Centre Foyer
  6. 6. Friday 6th December Events Centre DCP Stream 08:00 Wedgewood DCP Stream Registration Opens – Oak Room Crown FacCHP Stream Keynote Speaker Keynote Speaker Enhancing the Impact of Evidence-Based Parenting and Family Interventions Professor Matt Sanders, Parenting and Family Support Centre, University of Queensland, Brisbane, Australia 09:00 Better Health and People with Intellectual Disabilities: Public goals and personal capabilities Professor Patricia Noonan Walsh, University College Dublin Chair: Anna Ferguson 10:00 CYPF Symposium General Adult MH Rapid Communications Keynote Speaker “And how are the children?” The impact of attachment and mental health on parenting and outcomes for children Jo Steer, Kingston CAMHS The significance of worries, loneliness and coping on psychiatric morbidity Gerard Hannon, University of Ulster Magee Acceptance and Commitment Therapy for people with Chronic Health Problems Dr David Gillanders, University of Edinburgh Examining the role of affect and impulsiveness in suicidal ideation: an experience sampling study of prison inmates Kate Sheehy, University of Manchester Chair: Alesia Moulton-Perkins Paper 1: Why are parental mental health problems a risk factor for children and how can services help? Jenny Griffiths, Ealing CAMHS Paper 2: Observing the Man with the Child in his Eyes Tejinder Kondel-Laws, University of Hertfordshire Attitudes towards suicide: A Q methodology study Vikki Harrison, University of Manchester The longitudinal role of defeat and entrapment in depression and anxiety Paper 3: “Who is going to pick up the children Alys Griffiths, University of Manchester from school?” A service user perspective Jo Hemmingfield,
  7. 7. 11:00 Refreshments & Exhibition – Oak Room & Events Centre Foyer Symposium Symposium The Triple P Positive Parenting: Challenges, effectiveness and acceptability across different cultures and development stages Anja Wittkowski, University of Manchester 11.30 Responding to Francis Alison Beck, South London and the Maudsley NHS Foundation Trust Paper 1: Effectiveness of an evidence-based parenting programme in a developing country Anilena Mejia, University of Manchester Paper 2: An exploration of parenting needs in War and Refugee situations Aala El-Khani, University of Manchester Paper 3: Recruiting and retaining parents: Reflections from Triple P for Baby Kerri McPherson, Glasgow Caledonian University Paper 4: Parenting in a mental health context: initial benefits of Baby Triple P and its acceptability to mothers and staff Anja Wittkowski & Hannah Butler, University of Manchester 12:30 13:30 Paper 1: An example of staff engagement through generation of shared values Esther Cohen-Tovee, Northumberland, Tyne and Wear NHS Foundation Trust Paper 2: Evidence for compassionate care and the link to staff experience Alison Beck, South London and the Maudsley NHS Foundation Trust Paper 3: Sustaining compassionate care in frontline services through embedding a culture of reflective practice among staff Natius Oelofsen, Norfolk and Suffolk Foundation Trust and Reflective Learning UK Ltd Neurology and Physical Health Rapid Communications The experience of epilepsy in older people: An exploration of illness representations Haris Yennadiou & Emma Wolverson, University of Hull Emotional Reactions to Traumatic Brain Injury: How do Brain-Injured Survivors Respond to and Make Sense of Their Experiences? Dr Alice Wriglesworth, University of Liverpool Using quality of life research to improve Clinical Psychology service provision in a national specialist NHS neurology service Abigail Methley, Kerry Mutch, Anu Jacob, Phil Moore, The Walton Centre NHS Foundation Trust Chair: Angela Busuttil Lunch & Exhibition - Oak Room Lunch & Poster Session - Events Centre Foyer Child Rapid Communications Symposium Physical Health Rapid Communications Sexually inappropriate behaviour in schools: A developing problem, developing solutions Frank McGuire, Alder Hey Children’s Foundation Trust The Health and Social Care Act 2012: Education, Ethics and Professional Practice Dilemmas for the British Psychologists Carole Allen, Independent Practice Physical health difficulties amongst South Asian Women The experiences of south Asian women with a first diagnosis of gestational diabetes mellitus Amy Spratt & Dorothy Frizelle, University of
  8. 8. Attachment and psychopathology in pregnant women: A test of the Metacognitive and Schema Models Sonia Malik, University of Manchester Paper 1: The Health and Social Care Act 2012: Legal Issues for the British Psychologists John Williams, Aberystwyth University Mindfulness in the classroom: A pilot study with 4-6 year olds Lisa-Marie Berry, University of Sheffield Paper 2: Issues for Applied Psychologists Sue Gardner, Consultant Clinical Psychologist in Independent Practice Young children’s understanding of body weight change Sarah Baxter, Academic Unit of Psychiatry & Behavioural Sciences, University of Leeds Paper 3: The Health and Social Care Act 2012: What can we learn from comparisons to Scottish Mental Health Care? Carole Allen, Independent Practice Paper 4: The Health and Social Care Act 2012: Ethics Dilemmas for the British Psychologist Richard Kwiatkiwski, Cranfield University Hull, Diane Farrar, Bradford Teaching Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust Exploring the Social and Interpersonal Experiences of South Asian Women with a Diagnosis of Systemic Lupus Erythematosus Sarah Rutter, HIV Service, North Manchester General Hospital Atrial fibrillation Type-D Personality in Patients with Atrial Fibrillation: Exploring Prevalence and Impact on Quality of Life Sarah Oliver & Dorothy Frizelle, University of Hull, Matthew Fay, Westcliffe Medical Centre Chair: Monika Tuite Paper 5: Complaints against Psychologists: Lessons to be learned from the HCPC’s ‘fitness to practice’ proceedings Carole Allen, Independent Practice 15:00 15:30 Refreshments & Exhibition – Oak Room & Events Centre Foyer Keynote and Public Lecture The Trouble with Kids Professor Tanya Byron, Clinical Psychologist Poster Prizes 16:30 Conference Close
  9. 9. POSTER PRESENTATIONS DCP Stream 1. Work-Focussed Psychotherapy Plus Individual Placement and Support (IPS): A Pilot Naomi Boycott, Institute of Mental Health, University of Nottingham 2. Cognitive vulnerabilities for depression and anxiety in childhood: Specificity in associations with rumination and anxiety sensitivity dimensions Hannah Brown, Institute of Psychiatry 3. Validating the New Multidimensional depression assessment scale: A study of its psychometric properties Ho Nam Cheung & Mick Power, University of Edinburgh; Dong Sheng Yu, Mental Health Center Inner Mongolia 4. Associations between gender, presenting problems and referral status in a tier 3 CAMHS: a retrospective cohort study Chantal A. Childs, School of Psychology 5. Adults’ understandings and experiences of engaging in a mindfulness cognitive therapy group programme: an interpretative phenomenological analysis. Nicola Cogan, NHS Lanarkshire/University of Glasgow 6. Does adoption disruption mean a disrupted life? Accounts of five young British women. Sarah Collinge, University of Leeds 7. An exploratory study of female family carers' experiences of the discharge process from acute inpatient mental health services Julie Cooke, Universities of Coventry and Warwick; Adrian Neal, Coventry and Warwickshire Partnership NHS Trust; Jo Kucharska, University of Coventry; Vicky Hancock, Coventry and Warwickshire Partnership NHS Trust 8. Meeting the standards?: An Audit of a Clinical Psychology Service against the Care Quality Commission (CQC) standards Ali Davies, Southwest Yorkshire Partnership NHS Foundation Trust 9. A New Dual-Task Paradigm to Assess Age-Related Changes in Dual-Task Performance Julia Day, University of Edinburgh 10. Cognitive biases in ageing and autobiographical memory: the relationship between positivity, the self, and well-being Cathal Donnelly, Oxford Brookes University 11. Current trends and future directions in the psychological treatment of PTSD in people with learning disabilities (LD) Alan Grieve, NHS Lanarkshire & the University of Glasgow
  10. 10. 12. Psychosocial Screening Data for the Burns Ward, RVI, Newcastle Hannah Hill, RVI 13. Breast Cancer: Women’s Experiences of Recovery and Adjustment Hannah Hill, RVI 14. General Practitioners' perspectives on patient mental well-being following disaster Sarb Johal, University / GNS Science, NZ 15. Surviving on the front line: taking care and giving care in the Emergency Department Charlie Jones & Elizabeth Summers, Aneurin Bevan Health Board 16. Putting it in Perspective: Experiencing a Diagnosis of Bipolar Disorder Alasdair Martin, University of Glasgow 17. TRON: A randomised, double blind, placebo-controlled study of Everolimus in the treatment of neurocognitive problems in tuberous sclerosis Emer Mc Dermott, Cardiff University 18. A questionnaire study of authoritarianism and schizophrenia: reflections on culture and mental health Emer Mc Dermott, Open University 19. HIV/AIDS: Attitudes of Health Professionals in Ireland Emer Mc Dermott, National University of Ireland 20. How can we widen the access of evidence-based parenting programmes worldwide? A model for cross-cultural dissemination Anilena Mejia, Rachel Calam & Fiona Ulph, University of Manchester; Matthew Sanders, University of Queensland 21. Caregiver experiences of neurobehavioural disability & personality change Tom Michael, University of Birmingham; Tony Ward, University of West of England; Nick Alderman, Partnerships in Care Brain Injury Services; Lorna Dodd & Kevin Hogan, Newman University 22. Belongings Beyond Borders: A qualitative exploration into the relationships young separated refugees have with the locations that they live in and through. Jessica Muir & Kenneth Gannon, University of East London
  11. 11. 23. Does the Attention Training Technique Improve Children's Ability to Delay Gratification? Joanne Murray, University of Manchester 24. Prospective memory and social functioning in psychosis Sarah Newton, Plymouth Community Healthcare CIC; Jonathan Evans, Institute of Health and Wellbeing, University of Glasgow; Catherine Haslam, University of Queensland 25. Anxiety and Depression in the Undergraduate Transition to University Felicity Nichols, University of Hull 26. The experiences of South Asian men with diabetes mellitus and erectile dysfunction Chloe O'Brien, Dorothy Frizelle, University of Hull; Yvonne Robinson, Philip Gardner, Beverley McDermott & Kate Farrell, Bradford Teaching Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust 27. A study on the use of an Anger Management Programme adapted for individuals with Learning Disabilities to include both DBT and CBT principles Michaela O'Neill, PiC Hazelwood House & Paul Mooney, PiC Calverton Hill and Hazelwood House 28. Everyday functioning in individuals with microvascular complications associated with Type 1 Diabetes: how does objective cognitive performance translate into self-reported cognitive skills and diabetes self-management? Stephanie Petty, University of Hull 29. Creative Relaxation - Exploring and evaluating the effectiveness of a person-centred programme of relaxation therapies with adults with a mild to moderate learning disabilities. Lorna Robbins, Somerset Partnership Foundation NHS Trust 30. Understanding patient absenteeism within primary care mental health services in areas of economic deprivation Ravi Sankar, Newcastle University 31. Self-help for psychosis: a meta-analysis Alex Scott, Thomas Webb & Georgina Rowse, University of Sheffield 32. Experiences of Support Services for Eating Disorders in Ireland: An Exploratory Study Grace Sheridan & Siobhain McArdle, Dublin City University and Paul Gaffney, Health Service Executive 33. Clinical Psychology in a Developing Context: Approaches and Challenges Angela Simcox, Indigo International
  12. 12. 34. Does singing in a choir improve well-being? A comparative study Nick Stewart, Oxford Brookes University 35. Group identification, group constraints, and post-traumatic stress: A pilot study Samantha Swartzman, University of Dundee 36. The Lived Experience of Mania in Adults with Bipolar Disorder Katie Turner, University of Warwick 37. An exploratory study of staffs provision of psychological therapy in crisis teams Emily Turton, University of Surrey 38. Does being in a romantic relationship affect women's body weight satisfaction? Sabina Vatter, Tallinn University 39. Psychological Factors Associated with Episdodic Oral Chelation Adherence in Thalassaemia Jane Vosper, Department of Clinical Psychology 40. Exploring the Impact on Mood & Identity through use of Positive Psychology Interventions in a Traumatic Brain Injury population Vicky Walker & Holly Andrewes, Brain Injury Rehab Trust 41. Invisible Scars: The Aftermath of Road Traffic Accidents on Children Jessica Walsh, Moving Minds Psychological Rehabilitation and Management 42. Veteran Assessment and Treatment Service: 100 individuals seen Jessica Walsh, NHS London Veteran Assessment and Treatment Service 43. Developing a Register of Cognitively Healthy Older Volunteers: A Descriptive Case Study Danielle Wilson, Imperial College London Neuroepidemiology and Ageing Research Unit FacCHP Stream 44. Psychological Aspects of Sight Loss and Sight Restoration Angela Busuttil, Sussex Partnership NHS Foundation Trust
  13. 13. 45. The Psychological Impact of Overactive Bladder: A Systematic Review Debbie Kinsey, University of Hull 46. Increasing positive emotions within Triple-P parenting programmes as part of therapeutic change Wendy Macdonald, The University of Manchester 47. ‘Missing a beat’: Exploring the experience of patients with atrial fibrillation. Juliana Moratelli, NUTH 48. Resistance exercise intervention during treatment for Chronic Kidney Disease: An exploration of impacts on life quality and identity Lindsey Rogers, University of Leicester